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Surrey Vintage Vehicle Society caters for veteran cars, vintage cars & classic cars, as well as commercials and motorcycles.


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SVVS Sunday Lunch at the Plough & Furrow, Smallfield

 :: [SVVS Lunch Meeting - Plough & Furrow, Smallfield - March 2017]::
Our outside meetings started earlier this year as we had returned to the Dog & Duck for our winter venue. This meant slightly re-scheduling the earlier part of our Annual Calendar. Either side of this Sunday, warm sunny weather with above average temperatures. On Sunday morning clouds bit grayish but dry, - for a bit. True to form, the weather was not kind to us. The heavens then opened up and everything was soaking. Only seven proper cars turned out; two vintage cars and five classics.

SVVS Lunchtime Meeting at the Cock at Headley

    :: [ SVVS Lunchtime Meeting - Cock Inn, Headley - February 2017] ::
We have not been to the Cock at Headley for a couple of years as it became suddenly shut just before one of our due meetings there. Now under new management, the pub seems busier then ever with the car park and pub packed out with dining families. Weather obviously helped as temperature outside 2C and snowflakes fluttering. Not a bad turnout of members, 19 people, but only 5 proper cars, rest moderns! However, were joined on the day by a new member in just-proper Fiat 124 Spider. 

New Year's Day - Beehive, Woodhatch

:: [ New Year's Day Lunchtime - Beehive, Woodhatch - January 2017 ] ::
New Year's Day 2017 was not a particularly nice day, and heavy rain did hold off which discouraged some to come, so only eight polished machinery attended. This has now become the traditional New Year's Day meet at the Beehive  where one of the annexes was again packed with  SVVS  Members and their smiling wives consuming lunches,- cooked by others. An interesting new vehicle was unveiled by Graham Capel being a Toyota Sera via Dubai as made for Japanese market only.

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