NATIONAL WAY POINT RALLY 2021 75th Anniversary
The event will run from 16-Jun-21 until 15-Sept-21, booklet can be downloaded here: national waypoint rally handbook.pdf.
The 2021 events calendar can be downloaded by clicking here: calendar of events 2021.pdf
Cornwall rally week that was due to take place on 4th-11th September 2021 has now been cancelled.
First Sunday of the month, with the exception of June, is a breakfast run. We all meet at Louis Tea rooms on Kit Hill 10.00am – 11.30am. This is a social event not a club run, therefore members are welcome in cars, or on old and modern bikes. Please contact Len Dingley 01208 850013 for more information if required.
Second Thursday of the month is Club Night at East Taphouse Community Hall 7.30pm for 8.00pm – for more information please contact Roger Hore on 01208 73571
Second Wednesday of the month we have an informal lunch meet at 10.30 in the Atlantic Café in Portreath.
Third Wednesday of the month there is an informal lunch meeting at The Quintrell Inn, Quintrell Downs near Newquay . We meet there at 2pm. As with the breakfast meeting, this is not an official VMCC event and people can come in cars or on old or modern bikes. When the weather is good we may take a short ride out afterwards. Please contact Roger Hore on 01208 73571 for more information if needed.
Last Friday of the month there is a Club Night Meeting at Truro Cricket Club 7.30pm for 8.00pm – for more information please contact George Pengelly on 01209 214521
Third Sunday each month we have a club run. Please see our calendar of events for details and contact information on these.
Fundraising for Children’s Hospice South West
Our Vice Chairman, Peter Lee, decided. some time ago to support the very worthy charity, Children’s Hospice South West. He grew his lovely locks very long and had them all shaved, yes – not cut, but shaved off to raise funds for the charity. Today, Saturday 16th December 2017 we met him at the Atlantic Café in Portreath for the event. Peter was accompanied by a couple of workers from the charity, one of whom performed the dirty deed! First he had a couple of plaits, then the plaits were cut off and finally the head was shaved. Luckily there were plenty of knitted hats to keep his poor little head warm.
In total Peter raised a massive £1878.92 for the charity.
Congratulation and well done
Peter with his long hair
Peter with two of the staff from the hospice.
The plaiting has begun!!
He looks like he might be enjoying this!
The new Peter
Section Chairman and Vice Chairman together. Who’s who!