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:: [ SVVS "Cream Tea"  Run - Heaven Farm, Dane Hill - June 2004] ::

The following text is based on the SVVS Magazine report by Julian Alderton and the photos are by Maurice Lever. Please click on any thumbnail picture below to see the full size picture. To return to the thumbnails please click the Explorer "Back" arrow (top left of screen). Pictures have been prepared for speed of loading, and the page viewed at 800 x 600. 




Heavenly weather blessed our visit to Heaven Farm for the Cream Tea.  All of our Members, plus one or two which I may have missed either because they arrived late or left early, were seen basking in the warmth and sunshine of Sussex. It was particularly good to see Dianne Errol there. 


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Among the vehicles present, (more important than the drivers), were Roger Horstman's 1968 Triumph TR5, a Dellow, and John Sheldrake's special which is based on an MG B.  Derek Wright came in the MG TA and John Chapman in the 1937 Bentley Derby drop-head coupe.    


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Next was
a fine Riley RME 2.5 litre (?) who's owner's name escapes me, and then the  David Smart 1924 3 litre Bentley Special. Also there  was the editorial MG Y and Mike Erroll's Jaguar XJS. 


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Jim Blagden came in the 1946 Rover 10 and  Bob Drew came in his Morris Minor, but the name of the owner of the Jaguar XK 120 escapes me. Also there, but not snapped, were Graham Martin in the 1946 Standard 8, the Tony Tester Special which looks like a Ford but has a Chrysler V8 engine, and a Triumph TR4 whose owner's name also escapes me.

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