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Members were treated royally by the Trouble House with mince pies and a tot of mulled wine to follow breakfast. All of which was the perfect accompaniment to this year's award of the "Dograt" trophy. This year's winner was member Bob Oldmeadow with his flashing Grinch, and matching socks. The award was greeted with tumultuous applause.
A lovely evening to end what has been another difficult year for everyone. Our SE dinner dance went down very well indeed and a lovely evening was had by all. Thanks to everyone who attended and we now look forward to a more promising 2022.
Twenty one people in 11 Jaguars attended our latest SW Breakfast Meet at The Sparkford Inn in Somerset despite challenging weather. Another successful breakfast meet with many new faces
as well lots of regulars.
Remember the next breakfast will be the Christmas Special on the 18th December, same time same venue with the usual Club Christmas jumper contest
Our second breakfast meeting at East Kirkby, nice to meet up again, still some absentees due to illness I'm afraid. A bit chilly Saturday morning so the public were a bit slow arriving at the
airfield hence the photos are a bit empty although Baz made use of the weather and flew in. We did present Barry with a small trophy as a well done for getting his MPPL (a Biggles Teddy).
We had a great turn out with 18 members turning up and a possible newbie as well. Everyone enjoyed being back at the "George IV" in Baldock. The new Manager was very accommodating
and served good food promptly.
We are back there on the 12 December and If this goes well then we will make this permanent again as it’s such a good location.
Another full house. The Trouble House catered for the usual crowd of hungry breakfast aficionados with great food and prompt service.
About 20 people and 10 cars or so including Jaguar XK owners driving them, Jaguar XK owners driving a different Jaguar, Jaguar XK owners driving something else and non Jaguar owners looking for an XK!
Well not every day you get whole car park to ourselves. This meet took place at "The Dormy Clubhouse" at Gleneagles. Thanks to Ian Fifer & Marjory and two other guys who came down
from Aberdeen and Dundee in monsoon Scottish weather, we also had few last minute drop-outs .
So thanks to everyone for coming to the last few meets. We will be back in the Spring.