Through social interaction with all folks welcome and interaction with the public during shows. We advance the preservation of English Metal for future generations.
The club dates back to the ‘70s but it went through, possibly a couple, dormant times during the ‘80s and ‘90s. However, we’ve been meeting again for the last 10+ years at least. We meet once a month on the 4th Tuesday (Even months) or Thursday (Odd months), alternating each month to accommodate schedules. We meet @ 6:30 PM at a different area restaurant. Spouses are very welcome and usually make the most noise! We’re very low key but possess a lot of knowledge that may be of help with your restoration. We have a casual meeting while we eat and enjoy each other’s company where we plan events we want to attend or just plan a weekend drive. We decided a few years back to have yearly dues of $10/year/family. Don’t worry about that for now though, rather please just join us for some meetings and see if you have an interest. Oh, and your question about “Can you join your club without a running car?”, the answer is absolutely, we couldn’t have a British car club with that requirement, we wouldn’t have any members!
Got the following note concerning the future of our hobby. This is where future automotive engineers may come from.
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I suggested that he share the article because I told him that I'd bet that you'd be interested! I'm writing to ask whether you would be willing to add a link to the article the way that you have done with your other articles, because I think it will be a lot of fun for Joseph to see it on your page! Additionally, it will show all of the children how a small act can turn into something much bigger, which I hope will help them well later in life when they remember this experience!
Would you please add a link to the article for Joseph on your page? He'd be so proud to see that you did, even if it's only for a little while. I also don't think it hurt that I promised the whole group a pizza day if you did! Please let me know if you’d be willing so I can share the exciting news with them!
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It was a slightly chilly but beautiful morning when 9 members of the LBCC left the Sheetz in Madison Heights for a drive to Yogaville.
Those participating were Anna and Glenn Kituskie, Ray and Margie Weidner, Dennis and Martha Booker, Rick Reynolds, and Jane and George Phillips.
The ride traversed scenic and winding roads in Nelson,Amherst and Buckingham Counties. After an hour and half, we reached Yogaville, located in a beautiful location along the James River. After stretching our legs and visiting the Lotus shrine, we motored on to Dillwyn for a friendly and delicious lunch at Pino’s Italian Restaurant. Pino’s had kindly reserved a long table in the cozy dining room for our group. After lunch, we each made our own way home on a warm and sunny afternoon. Everyone agreed it was a great time, providing an opportunity to enjoy our cars, the scenery, and getting to know each other better.