Seasonal…

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A beautiful autumnal day enticed Joe Rayner into a trip out in ‘Doris’ (aka ZV 83851) his 1932 season Minor Two-seater. No explanation was provided as to why a trip to the church was necessary but its edifice provides a great backdrop to an excellent photograph.

Juliana Childrens Hospital treat…

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Earlier this month Halbe Tjepkema and his 1929 Minor Fabric Saloon took part in a rally staged for the patients at the Juliana Children’s Hospital in The Hague. By the look of the photographs taken at the event it wasn’t just the passengers that had a good time.

Now sold!

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A great photo taken in April 2016 by Pete Edgerler at the annual Amberley, Sussex meeting. RX 9207 is an excellent example of a 1932 season Minor Two-seater and had been offered for sale on various platforms for over a year before being passed on to an Essex trader. The car has now sold and is hopefully in the hands of someone who will make regular use of it.

Time to get your skates on…

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The 2019 PWMN Rally is proving to be the hottest ticket in town! Over two thirds of the available spaces have already been allotted, just seven days after booking availability was announced. If you have been considering entering, don’t delay – you can find a booking form here.

Simon’s Australian project…

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Simon Edwards is about to embark on a trip to Australia to finalise the acquisition of a 1929 Minor rolling chassis along with the remnants of a locally built two-seater body. Upon arrrival back in the UK he will be seeking a restorer to renovate the rolling chassis and to build an appropriate body. If you know of someone who would be prepared to take on such a task, please contact the Network.

‘Emma’, a recent southern belle…

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Reinout Vogt from Decatur, Georgia, USA has owned this beautiful 1931 MG Midget since 2002. Known as ‘Emma’, Reinout purchased 2m/2735 (ex WM 6401) from Barrie Dean here in the UK at that years MG meeting at Silverstone before shipping it to Chicago, his former home town in the US.

A nice day for it…

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Despite a belated and hastily re-arranged venue there was an excellent turn-out in the sunshine for the Network’s ‘Far-Eastern’ pub meet. In all, seven Minors were in attendance along with an MG Midget replica, a Wolseley Hornet and an extremely rare Morris Eight Jensen Special.

Far Eastern Pub Meet – Late change of venue!

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Please note an unavoidable late change of venue for Sunday’s pub meet. The new venue is The Manor House at Wortham, just off the A143, approximately 2.5 miles distant from the Cross Keys. Start time remains noon. The late change was made necessary by sickness among the catering staff at the Cross Keys.

Far Eastern pub-meet imminent…

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Fuel them up and head to The Cross Keys in Redgrave. Sunday’s weather for the Norfolk-Suffolk borders is set fair and a warm welcome awaits from the locals who run this community pub. Plan to arrive around noon, all are welcome.