Come rain or shine, start the season with this now traditional informal gathering at the fascinating Whitewebbs Museum. Last year's meeting saw Rovers from 1934-2003 - all models and conditions are welcome. For details of the museum and directions see the web site www.whitewebbsmuseum.co.uk. RSR contact is Adrian Mitchell, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
The (lucky) 13th annual RSR Icebreaker event returns once again at Whitewebbs Museum. Come one, come all and join the usual crew as they brave the elements at the start-of season at Whitewebbs Museum. All models and conditions are welcome.
Location: Whitewebbs Road, Enfield,
Region: London+South East
The Rover Sports Register (RSR) was founded in October 1953 by a group of enthusiastic owners of 1934-36 Rover Sports Tourers, hence our distinctive name which has remained for nostalgic reasons. A favourable response was received from owners of saloons as well as sporting models, both pre and post war, and soon coverage also extended to examples of Rovers then in production. The Register has proudly maintained this tradition, so whether you own a vintage air cooled Rover 8 h.p. or the last Rover 75 you will still find ample support and enthusiasm to help you with your car.
Contact Name: Mr Cliff Evans
Contact Address: Membership Secretary, The RSR, 8 Hilary Close, Great Boughton, Chester, CH3 5QP
View Website: http://www.thersr.co.uk
Email Address: email@example.com
Standard Admission (£): See organiser
Admission with classic car (£): See organiser