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Kirkintilloch 800 years old Event 8 years 6 months ago #622

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Do we have some of the Clubs Kids here B)
Receved a Email of thanks today for this Event,as below.
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It was great to meet you on Saturday and i did get back to the centre at 4.30pm but missed you guys and did not get a chance to say thanks on behalf of Suzanne. Can you pass on my thanks to all the guys and what a great wee show it wasyou put on. Re Canal Festival.....you said your team may have something else on on that sunday....The canal Sunday will be 28th August and i would be greatful if you could check your availability that day. I would be more than happy to make a donation to your group for attending that day. look forward to your reply .
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There will be more Pics in next weeks Herald,The only Herald there on the day Billy ;)
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Re:Kirkintilloch 800 years old Event 8 years 6 months ago #623

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Ok next weeks Herald.
George has got a good story again.

John, looks like your wee lass has got more fame than you now :P

Kara Hutton checks out Willie Youngs Mini.
She has a good look and said this cars a lot better than my dads :unsure: :dry: :laugh:
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Laid Inn, Calander 8 years 5 months ago #631

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Laid Inn ,May 2011

Club members fill the Laid Inn, can you spot someone from Top Gear ;)

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Kirkintilloch Agricultvral Show May 2011 8 years 5 months ago #642

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Well this was one wet day
Were to meet up at my house,between 1030 and 1100,But Bobby, George and Bill turned up about 9.40 as wee Bobby was parked out side Georges house the night before and all set to go, or just about.
Toot Toot Broom Broom Toot Toot then there was the Capri Boy's blocking the neighbours drive,Well that was the Neighbourhood Gone, at that time in a saturday morning too
The boys came in had a look at my Garage, then had a seat round the Koi Pond with some Coffee, then there was some talk about fishing my pond ,i said it was 3 foot deep < as George Cowen crept up to push Bill In , then turned round and said ,3 foot C*%^+" it will be over his head
Hung about to about 1055 drinking coffee, before setting off to the show
We parked the Cars at the Show and headed for Burger King.Wee Boby had to get something to eat

11 Classic Cars turned up to brighten up a very damp day at this annual Show.
8 from the Stirling & Dist Classic Car Club & 3 from Capri Club Scotland.
Willie Youngs Mini Van took 1st place.
Bill Hawkes Morris Minor 2nd and George McLauchlan took 3rd in his Volvo P1800ES
We did two rounds of the Field for all the punters to see the Cars then headed Home
Ow aye and there were Horses,Cows,Sheep& thing's there too,as well as a Dog Show.

Some of the boy's could not keep there eyes of the Women with there Boots and tight Riding Tights Thow some were more intrested in the Ewe's, ( Female Sheep)
We helped put up a Tent,which, err was for us Boby Shouted Take Note Boy's, this is the same as the tent we got from the Minor club ( We now Know how to put it up :blush: )
Only Our Club Could have a good Laugh on a Wet Miserable Day

A big Thank you to Pete Gibson & the Capri Club Scotland for supporting the SDCCC at this Event








Last 4 Photos were taken by Pete Gibson of the Capri Club Scotland :blush:
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Newspaper Clips of our 2011 Show 8 years 5 months ago #653

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Re:Newspaper Clips of our 2011 Show 8 years 5 months ago #655

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Re:Newspaper Clips of our 2011 Show 8 years 5 months ago #656

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Overall Donations to Charities from this Years Show are £4,100
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SDCCC Show/Handing Checks out to Charities 8 years 4 months ago #695

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Alzheimers Scotland. www.alzscot.org/
Bannockburn R.D.A. www.bannockburnrda.org.uk/
Area Rehabilitation Multiple Sclerosis (A.R.M.S.) www.webmd.com/multiple-sclerosis/rehabil...r-multiple-sclerosis
All got £1,000 Each
Jeff Marr did a Run For his Cancer Charities from John O'Groats to Lands End in a 60s Mini Cooper, the Club handed him £500 towards his Chariities,and the rest went to Local Charities


£4,100 Donations went out to Charities from this years show.
!st photo , hope to be sent a good one soon to add here.

After the checks were given out,the non smokers came back in for coffee & Tea,
The Club has just over 80 members,its hard to say how meny were here tonight,missing from the next Photos are the smokers & some that left after the checks were given out.




Note next photo Aidan McMackin has given Brian Reid, Horns :huh: :dry: :laugh:

Anyone know who had the TVR ???

Was a good night with the good banter and Jokes, like always.
One Lady from the Alzheimers Scotland, said she could give us 80 tubes for our members to fill with £1 Coins for Charity :) and our Chairman told her we already have 80 tubes in the Club :laugh:
Spokesman for R.F.D. told us it cost £1,000 to £1200 a year to keep each Horse, and about £40 a month just for its shoes :huh: then one lady shouted out thats not much, John Hutton said aye women spend a lot more :laugh: .
George Waddell ( Chairman ) talked about Blair Drummond for our BBQ, and if not where could we have it,and also added we now have a new lot doing the BBQ ,Ie the Hair Bare Bunch, and pointed to George Cowen & friends.
George Johnston put his hand up, i know a good place,Chairman added , hold on George has a idear for a place, George Johnston added,The back of the Falkirk fire Station :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
One thing for sure,is that you always get a good laugh at the Birds & Bees on a Tuesday Night & all for just £20 a year,plus entry to all the shows ,Plus all the good Info you could ask for from all the members :cheer: :laugh:
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Re:Checks for the main 3 Charities 8 years 4 months ago #696

(Quote- Note next photo Aidan McMackin has give Brian Reid, horns.)

Panicked for a moment . I thought you said Aidan had given Brian the horn.
Who knows, Aidan is a really good looking guy and Brian has a reputation for not being that fussy.

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What the Stirling Observer Printed
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Glamis Show 2011 8 years 4 months ago #727

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Some of the photos from Glamis


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