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Glenisla Classic Vehicle Club Newsletter July 18 Meeting

11 Members were present on a beautiful day

Apologies: Rohan, Nick, Duncan & Sheila, John

Donna joined us as a member of the Hall committee.

We also welcomed Sharon and Lindsay who had come along interested in joining the Club.

We discussed how the Hall would support our barbecue, and they are happy to open at 9 serving tea coffee bacon rolls etc. They will stop doing bacon rolls when we start the barbecue, but will serve teas etc all afternoon. The bar will be open from 12.

At Glamis we will set up the pitch on the Saturday.  Duncan will cut the grass before we set up – thanks Duncan for seeing to that.  You can come and go as you please on the Saturday, but vehicles will not be allowed in after 9am on the Sunday and will not be allowed to leave before the event is finished.

 The flyers are back from the printers and everyone thought they look good. Thanks to Nick for getting them made.

The embroidery place has set up the template so members can go along next week and get the badge added to any item of clothing you want to take.  The cost will be dependent on the size and any lettering you want to add.  You can contact them before you go.

 The Embroidery Place. Unit 1, Meadow Mill, West Hendersons Wynd, Dundee, DD1 5BY.

 Tel: 01382 20 55 20.  mail@theembroideryplace.co.uk .

We discussed our barbecue preparations, much along the lines of last year since everyone thought that went well.  Our main fund raising will be the raffle so again we ask members to bring along a couple of items. If anyone knows of a business who might contribute a voucher for their services then please go and visit them with a begging bowl!  Nick will also set up the whisky trail again.

We will set up the field at the Hall about 3 on Saturday 4th August.

Glenisla Classic Vehicle Club Newsletter

June 18 Meeting

 

9 Members were present

Apologies: George & Duncan at Thirlestane show, Bob at Shetland show, Duncan & Sheila, Rohan, Colin.

A vote of thanks was proposed for Sheila for her work in organising an enjoyable evening for the poker run. We saw much of the Angus countryside and her detailed directions meant we all made it to Arbroath for tea. Colin had the best poker hand.

John thanked all who came and helped with his engine rebuild.

Arrangements were made for the Errol show on Sunday.  Members going to The Thomson Rally in Stonehaven on Sunday 24th  can enter at the event. It is held at the park across the road from the swimming pool.

Nick will arrange for the flyers to be printed with a first run of 100.

Nick was proposed as a signatory for the club account, and he accepted the role.

We discussed various aspects of the Club barbecue and we seem to have most matters in hand. A representative of the Hall committee will be at the next meeting to finalise arrangements.

Glenisla Classic Vehicle Club Newsletter

May 18 Meeting

 

14 Members were present

Apologies: Duncan and Sheila were at Linwood with the Imp. Rohan was all at sea.

George Petrie brought back the Hunter trophy with a new layer on which to fix the shields. It has been beautifully done and we thank George for seeing to that.

The latest version of the flyer was passed round and a couple of changes to the pictures will see it ready. George P. will get a price for printing on quality paper.

If anyone has photos they want to share, please email them to Tam. tamogilvy@gmail.com

The poker run on 19th was discussed . Please drop me an email with an idea of numbers in your vehicle so that we can prepare for the turnout.

John’s engine day will be on Saturday 26th, arrive at John’s 1030 onward. Directions will be circulated near the time for those who don’t know where John lives.

If you have a late entry to Glamis or want to change details let Nick know ASAP as the paperwork will be sent off soon.

If you want a laminated information sheet for your vehicle send me the reg, make, model and year and I will get it made up with the new badge.

Bob brought his VW camper which is just back from the tour of Europe which he and Dianna thoroughly enjoyed. I can’t remember if he said how many miles they covered.

The next meeting will be on the 3rd of June when we will discuss arrangements for this year’s barbeque.

Newsletter April 2018

15 members came to the meeting and there were apologies from George Petrie, Colin McIlraith, and Tam.

We looked at examples of flyers containing information about the Club that we could give out at events.

The Drive it Day run on the 22nd April was finalised. We will meet at the Pitcrocknie Café carpark to leave about 10am. Go up the Banff road till we reach the A93, turn right then go through Kirkmichael to Pitlochry. Meet at the Hydroelectric Dam carpark and visitor centre about 11. Set off for the Queen’s view visitor centre on the B8019  to get there about 11.30.  We then go via Kinloch Rannoch on the B846 to Rannoch Station. There are ample picnic and café facilities there. Pitlochry to Rannoch Station is 37 miles. Members can of course join the run at any point along its route.

There should still be rooms available at the Horizon Hotel in Ayr for the weekend away on 13th to 15th April.

We looked an example of a banner which we agreed would suit our purposes well. We will investigate costs of different options.

An example of a basic vehicle information sheet that members could display on their windscreen at shows etc was circulated. We have used these in the past. Anyone who would like to have a laminated sheet should email me at jimmiinglis@hotmail.com with their vehicle registration, make and model, and year of manufacture and I will get one made up.

The show lists are here already. The forms for Errol show on 10th June and Glamis on 7/8th July have to returned in May so the May meeting will be the closing date for entering.

The poker run will be on Saturday May 19th, meeting at Brechin industrial Business Park to leave about 6 and end up in Arbroath for fish and chips.  More details later, but keep that evening clear!

The oily hands day at John Boath’s garage will be on Saturday 26th May. Again more details will follow.

We discussed our public liability insurance and will check that it still meets our needs.







pm on Sat afternoon.
BUS TRIP SUNDAY 17TH NOVEMBER: We are heading to East Fortune Scott will be booking the bus this week if anyone interested that has not already put their name down please phone Scott.
YEAR BOOK: The year book information is just getting sorted now we want everyone to know you only get 1 year book per family.
CALANDER: Scott is wondering if people want a calendar made again this year if there is anyone that would like their car on a month of the calendar please can you email the picture of your vehicle to Scott as soon as possible please so we can get this made up before Christmas the calendar will be smaller than last year and will cost £7.50.
CHIPPY RUN: The chippy run has been organised for Sunday 29th September meeting at 3pm in the greens car ark Forfar leaving at 3.30pm, not sure what route will get taken yet but we will end up at the Bervie chippy on the A90. Just turn up on the day.
CLUB CLOTHING: Scott will be putting another order away this week as he has a few people wanting fleeces and hoodies, if anyone wants anything new please contact Scott.
CHRISTMAS LUNCH: It has been decided to see if the hotel would be willing to do Christmas lunch for us this year again to give them another try Graham will speak to Shelly or Willie to see if they can give us some ideas for next meeting, Alison suggested Buffet so we'll see what they come up with.
A.G.M. 1st September 2013:
Graham Bruce chaired the AGM for us today. We have had a good and busy year, we have lost a few members over the past year but we have also gained a few new members over the last few months.
Some members don't think we do enough road runs and shows other think we do too many shows and not enough road runs, so if anyone has any suggestions please come forward and pass on what suggestions you have.
3 years are up for Pam and Scott this year, Scott would be happy to stay on as events organiser, but Pam doesn't have the time any more to keep up the job as secretary.
Secretary position – Graham proposed Heather Kelly, Jim MacFarlane 2nd this and the rest of the room agreed.
Events organiser- Graham proposed Scott Pam 2nd this and rest of room agreed.
Committee member- Graham Proposed Bruce Miller, Eric 2nd this and rest of room agreed.
All other committee members stay as they were, as from January the positions held are:-
CHAIR PERSON- Graham Bruce
VICE CHAIR- Eric Mitchell
SECRETARY- Heather Kelly
EVENTS ORGANIZER- Scott Henry
TREASURER- Colin Middleton
Committee Member- Bruce Miller
Many thanks, Pam and the committee.

NEWSLETTER FOR AUGUST 2013:
Hi all, I hope everyone has had a good summer, we couldn't have asked for the weather to be any better, it makes a change for the school holiday's to have so nice weather. This is a short newsletter since we didn't have a meeting in August and I was just letting everyone know how the Annual BBQ went, the weather was kind to us we had a good turn out of vehicles I think the count was approx 110 vehicles, we have had more but this was still a good turn out. Altogether we brought in £600.00 not including any deductions I thought this was a great amount. I thought the field was looking very good with the new bridge and we would like to thanks Heidi and Gary for the use of the field for the BBQ.
I would also like to say welcome to our 2 new members Alex Souter and Linda Duncan-Browne.
Glamis Extravaganza- What a great weekend brilliant turn out of people think everyone that came to Glamis had a great weekend, Duncan McIntosh went home with a Rosette for his land rover it was good to see someone from the club win a prize.
MEARNS SHOW: Mearns show is on the 25th August we will get any passes handed out for this over the next week, could everyone entered for Mearns please be there for 9.30am on Sunday, if you have never been before its held at Arnhall Farm, Edzell. 
SCONE FARMING YESTERYEAR: If you have your name down for Scone we will have the passes at the September meeting for handing out, lets hope the weather holds up for these events too.
PLEASE CAN EVERYONE REMEMBER WE ARE HAVING OUR A.G.M. AT THE SEPTEMBER MEETING THIS WILL BE HELD AT THE GLENISLA HOTEL AT 4PM ON SUNDAY 1ST SEPTEMBER.
It would be great to see old and new members come along to this meeting we are always looking for new committee members. It's time for Pam to stand down from secretary so anyone interested in this job please come along and put your name forward, it is also Scott's time to stand down from events organiser we are also looking to fill this post. 
Also at the A.G.M we like to vote on what member of the team you think has done the most for the club over the past year they will get the hunter's trophy at Christmas time to keep for a year, another trophy we hand out is the points trophy and the way it works is every time you turn up to meetings or events you get points, the furthest traveled gets points these get counted up over the year and the trophy also gets handed out at Christmas time.
Christmas meal- last year some of the club went to the Strathmore Golf Club for a christmas lunch in December it is now time to start thinking what the members would like to do this year. Have a wee think and give us your thoughts.
Many thanks, Pam and the committee.

NEWSLETTER FOR JULY 2013:
GLAMIS EXTRAVAGANZA: ENTRY TIMES FOR THE WEEKEND AT GLAMIS ARE AS FOLLOWS - FRIDAY 1PM-7PM
SATURDAY FROM 8AM, SUNDAY FROM 8AM. THESE TIMES ARE FOR THE BLUE GATE ENTRY.
CAMPING GATE IS OPEN FROM 9AM ON FRIDAY MORNING. Which is the yellow gate.
SUNDAY ENTIES CAN YOU PLEASE ALL BE AT THE STAND FOR 9AM WITH YOU VEHICLES.
WE WILL BE SETTING THE GAZEBO UP ON FRIDAY NIGHT ANYONE THAT WOULD LIKE TO HELP PLEASE COME ALONG FOR 6.30PM.
ANYONE THAT IS NOT GOING TO MAKE IT ON SATURDAY OR SUNDAY CAN YOU PLEASE CONTACT Scott on 07811127924 so we know not to keep a space on the stand for you.
SCONE AND MEARNS: The lists are now closed for these events.
BUS TRIP TO THE FLIGHT MUSEUM: The date has been arranged for 17th November but we are needing some more names on the list for this event or its not worth while booking a bus, so if anyone is interested please contact a member of the committee.
BBQ, 4TH AUGUST: LIST OF THINGS TO GET AND PEOPE TO GET THEM -
Charcoal-colin
Burgers- Doreen
Rolls- Scott
tombola and raffle prizes all donations welcome from everyone.
Setting up the gazebo will be on the sat afternoon 3.30 for 4pm all just to meet in the field across from the hotel.
We are also having a book stall this year all the donation will be going to the relay for life that's to be held in kirrie on sat 10th August. Anyone wanting to bring books they want to get rid of please feel free to bring them up on the day.
The last road run will leave approx 12pm this year we have been invited to pop into peel farm for a cuppy on route.
CLOTHING AVAILABLE~: BEANIE HATS, T-SHIRTS, POLO SHIRTS, HOODIES AND FLEECE, we are hoping to put the order away this week so anyone that asked for them last month we hope it won't be too long now before we get them.
ROAD RUN ON 14TH JULY: Bernard has organised a road run for the 14th July anyone interested please meet at the Blackbird in on the out skirts of Alyth at 10.45 am.
JIM INGLIS IS HAVING PROBLEMS WITH HIS FORDSON MAJOR 56, IF ANYONE HAS A MANUAL FOR ONE OF THESE CAN YOU PLEASE CONTACT JIM INGLIS.
MANY THANKS, Pam and the committee.
P.S. Can we all remember its the A.G.M at our September meeting and we are always looking for new committee members and this year I am stepping down so we're also looking for a new secretary.

NEWSLETTER FOR JUNE 2013:
Graham started the meeting by asking Alan up to say a few words. Alan thanked members for the picture we gave him for his 90th birthday, also wanted to thank the members that went along to his party.
TAYSIDE CAR SHOW AT ERROL THIS WEEKEND COMING !!!!!! PLEASE ALL MEMBERS GOING TO THIS EVENT CAN YOU BE ON THE STAND FOR 9AM !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
As always if your name is down for the shows and you can't make it can you please phone Scott on 07811127924
CHIPPY RUN: No one has come up with a place to go to for a chippy run yet so Scott will pick a destination and get back to you at next meeting.
OUR OWN B.B.Q: Is held on the first Sunday in August, plans are beginning to get put into place, Nick was asked last month to make a sign for the bbq, its now been decided to make a black board and it can be used at more than one event. There is also going to be a sign put at the field entrance maybe 3 weeks before the event advertising it.
Graham suggested we get the man who has the birds of prey to see if he was free to come along on the day of the B.B.Q with a few of his birds, if its going to cost money we won't be going ahead but if its just a donation that he wants then Graham will see if he can come along for a few hours.
If we can get a couple of dancers organised again we'll have them doing a small display for us.
Jim Macfrlane is trying to sort an 4x4 off the road run for us, but to get access to one of the routes he would like to use we will have to pay £50,00 to get the use of the track by the forestry commission. The club members are happy for the club funds to pay this.
The bridge between the hotel and field is needing renewed, Scott has kindly offered to make a new one before the B.B.Q.
FLEECE AND POLO SHIRT: We have had a bit of interest in fleece jackets from some of the members, Scott will look into getting new ones ordered if any other members would like a fleece jacket or a polo shirt please contact Scott on- 07811127924 or s31hen@yahoo.co.uk.
Many thanks, Pam and the committee.
p.s. For any new members we'd like to let you know we have cloth badges for sale and metal car badges for sale, please ask one of the committee members for more information.

NEWSLETTER FOR MAY 2013:
Graham asked Bob to start us off with an up date on how the trip to Oban went, 15 people went along to Oban, the Hotel was nice not very good for parking though. Everyone did their own thing on the Saturday day time and all met back at the hotel at night for a meal and a catch up, the weekend was a success. Brenard presented Graham with a small bottle of whisky from Oban from there time away.
CONSTITUTION: This is now ready to go ahead and adopt, it will be all in place for the AGM in September. We had a show of hands to agree on this.
DRIVE IT DAY: This was another great day out we had 12 cars turned up at the Black Bird inn, the weather was not so good to start with but by the time we got to Creiff and started eating lunch the sun began to shine. After lunch most of us went off in our own direction, some went for more of a run and others went to the Garden centre and crystal museun.
HOTEL NOW DOING MEALS AFTER THE MEETINGS: If any members would like to stay for a bite to eat after the meeting you are very welcome we just give them an idea on the day how many will be staying.
STEAM IN THE PARK: THIS EVENT IS ON SUNDAY 12TH MAY CAN ANYONE GOING TO THIS EVENT PLEASE BE THERE FOR 9AM. Please don't use the car boot sale entrance its the next one along. Can you also display your car pass in your window for getting in on the day. The event opens to the public at 10am.
EAST FORTUNE VISIT: We have picked a day for visiting the museum at east fortune this will be on Sunday 17th November 2013, each person will have to pay there own entry and £5.00 per head towards the bus, we will have more information nearer the time about times and things.
ALYTH GALA: Is on Sunday 2nd June the parade starts at 12pm if you would like to go and join this event please be there before 12pm all cars follow the parade round to the Jubilee Park.
TREASURE HUNT: Scott has been doing his homework about the treasure hunt and we don't need any permission to go ahead with this event so it will be happening at some point this year we just have to pick a route and a date now.
CHIPPY RUN: we would like some ideas of where we can go to for our next chippy run.
B.B.Q SUNDAY 4TH AUGUST: Graham asked Heidi if we were still okay to use the field for the event again this year and since we're always getting more vehicles would it be possible to get the field behind also, Heidi thinks this should all be okay but Bob is just going to check with Mr Simpson that owns the field behind.
We are needing as many helpers as possible on the day for cooking and tombola and raffle there will be lists for putting your name down on at the next couple of meetings.
BERNARD'S ROAD RUNS: The first road run Bernard has organised is to be held on Saturday 25th May 10.30 am meeting at Blackbird Inn on the outskirts of Alyth, leaving at 11am. Heading to a distillery, should finish around 3pm.
Bernard's next road run is on Sunday 14th July same time 10.30 at Blackbird inn leaving at 11am, just turn up on the day if you want to join Bernard in a road run.
Alyth show: is held on Saturday 15th June anyone that would like to go to this is welcome to turn up on the day, Graham doesn't feel there are much interest on the classic vehicles at this event it is much more for agricultural side of things.
Many thanks, Pam and the committee.

NEWSLETTER FOR APRIL 2013:
DRIVE IT DAY: Eric and Scott went out last week and planned the route for Drive it Day which is on Sunday 21st April. Meeting point on the day is The Black Bird on the outskirts of Alyth at 10.30am, YOU DON'T HAVE TO PUT YOUR NAME DOWN FOR THIS TRIP JUST TURN UP ON THE DAY !!!! the run is approx 85-100 miles long and we are heading towards Dunkeld, stopping at Creiff for a picnic for lunch, if you don't want a picnic it is up to the individual to sort out their own lunch.
UP COMING SHOWS: NEXT MEETING IS THE CLOSING DATE FOR ERROL AND GLAMIS IF YOU WANT TO PUT YOUR NAME ON THE LIST.
CONSTITUTION: we hope to adopt the constitution next month. I have put a copy of the constitution as an attachment.
A.O.B: Bernard has decided to sort a road run out for Sunday 14th July for any members that don't want to go to Glamis Extravaganza and fancy going on a run are welcome to join him, more details later.
Some members would like to have more road runs so by the end of the conversation members have decided they would like a treasure hunt, Scott will sort a date for the next meeting and he's happy to have a go at organising the treasure hunt too.
B.B.Q- our annul B.B.Q is held the first Sunday in August, bob is happy to organise the road run and Jim Macfarlane is happy to do the tractor run. It will be getting held in the usual field beside the Glenisla Hotel, Graham asked Heidi earlier in the year and Bob has also spoken to Gary.
For our new members we work a points system every time you turn up to our meeting and events you collect points, every time you bring one of your classic vehicles to a meeting or an event between April and October you can collect extra points, even for the person that travels the furthest, and at the end of the year the member with the most points gets a trophy to keep for a year, we also have another trophy we hand out at Christmas time and its called the Hunter Trophy we have a anonymous vote for this one, its for the member you think has done the most for the club over the year.
Many thanks, Pam and the committee.
p.s The Glenisla hotel has started putting food on from 5pm on the days of our meeting in
case anyone fancies staying for a bite to eat.  

NEWSLETTER FOR MARCH 2013:
SHOWS AND SHEETS: Scott has made up lists for some of the up coming shows. Graham has asked if you do put your name down for a show and you can not make it, can you please let a committee member know as some spaces are limited and we might manage to fill it
with another members vehicle. The list of shows so far are- Steam in the park 12th May, Tayside show at Errol 9th June, Glamis extravaganza 13th, 14th July, Mearns show 25th August, farming yesteryear 7th 8th September, if you want to put your name down for any of these events please contact Scott on 07811127924 or email on s31hen@yahoo.co.uk
DRIVE IT DAY 21st APRIL: Route suggestions were asked for Eric suggested starting at Alyth- Dunkeld- Perth- Coupar Angus. And members agreed, Eric and Scott are to plan the route for April meeting.
CONSTITUTION: Graham asked Nick if he had any further info on the constitution, nothing more this month. We hope to get it completed at April meeting.
YEAR BOOK: A couple of members had not received there year book, the members were issued them at the meeting. Graham is asking members to have a look through and see if there are any events they might like to attend as a club.
GLAMIS EXTRAVAGANZA: No theme this year unless any members want to do anything on their own.
ALAN SEGGIE'S 90th BIRTHDAY: all members have been invited to go along to the Royal Hotel in Blairgowrie on Saturday 25th May, time to be confirmed.
A.O.B: Louie suggested Kildrummie Rally on page 11 of year book.
Bob said Oban weekend & allocation filled at hotel and still other rooms available at hotel if anyone still wishes to go or would like any friends to join them for the same cost as members.
Jim MacFarlane mentioned Chippy run again for this year.
Bob suggested a Rally in North of England for 2014.
Graham suggested Classic car show in Birmingham.
Presentation today after the meeting by one of our new members Bruce Miller on restoring his Austin Healey with a talk and slide show. It was enjoyed by all thanks for that Bruce.
Many thanks, Pam and the committee.

NEWSLETTER FOR FEBRUARY 2013:
YEAR BOOK: The year books are now on there way out, if you don't happen to get one please let us know, we would like it if you have a look through and fancy going along to any of the events let us know and we might be able to go as a club rather than an individual.
CONSTITUTION: Graham passed over to Nick so we could go over the constitution in more detail, Nick put it on a memory stick and we put it on the big screen so everyone at the meeting could see it, we went over each step and re worded things and added in and took out little bits and pieces. Next month we hope to have another look and see if there needs to be any other adjustments made.
Any members that were at the meeting we would like some feedback on it so far.
DUNCAN'S TALK: We finished off the afternoon with a talk from Duncan Mitchell on his Isetta, he has been working on it now for approx 4 years and the project is nearly complete.
Many thanks Duncan.
OTHER BUISNESS: ALYTH RESTORATION: The visit didn't go as well as hoped, think this may have been due to the weather not being so good that day, but the members that did go along to Alyth said it was well worth seeing it, we might manage to fix another visit at a later date.
HONEY FARM VISIT: Before the meeting today some of the members popped up to Bridge of Cally to visit Bernard's Honey farm, this was also very interesting, maybe not the best turned out event either by members, the members that did pop along got a nice little tester of some of the Honey that they produce.
Thanks Bernard for having members along.
Thanks again everyone for coming along to our meetings, it's also nice to see some new faces.
Thanks again, Pam and the committee.

NEWSLETTER FOR JANUARY 2013:
Bob gave us up to date info for the weekend away on 26th and 27th April, for anyone interested the details are as follows-
Oban Bay Hotel & Spa, Corran Esplanade, Oban, PA34 5AE.
Bob has managed to get a great deal for the 2 nights, please try to contact them before the 20th Jan to reserve your room.
Duncan asked if the weekend away was open to friends, if they have a classic car and would like to join you then everyone agreed this was okay. There are a few nice drives you can go on, on the Saturday.
CLUB BANNERS AND GAZEBO: Scott has done a bit of internet looking and has found a couple of different Gazebo's, Nicole brought her iPad and let all members that attended on Sunday have a look at the different ones, its was decided to go for the middle of the road one.
We had a show of hand for the agreement of purchasing 2x banners and 1x Gazebo.
CONSTITUTION: Nick has kindly looked into this for us, he handed round a couple of copies to show members what it can include and what we might need, this is going to take a bit of time getting it the way we want it, as we would like to do it right, so there will be copies for you to look at and any input will be welcome.
LETHNOT SUMMER FAIR: Sheila and Duncan have invited club members to go along to their summer fair on Sunday 7th July with their classic vehicles, its runs from 2pm- 4pm, you will get a cup of tea and a cake, there are lots of different fund raising things going on in the 2 hours eg- duck race, nail in the bail, throw the sponge. We realise this is a club meeting day, but if you even fancy popping along for an hour, they'd love to see you there.
NEXT MONTHS MEETING: Duncan Mitchell is going to come along to the Feb meeting and do a talk after the meeting about the restoration of his car, it is nearly finished now, there may be a slide show to go along with the talk.
SATURDAY 19TH JANUARY: VISIT TO CLASSIC RESTORATIONS IN ALYTH MEET THERE AT 10AM ON THE SATURDAY MORNING, THIS WILL LAST FOR APPROX 2HOURS.
Also Sunday 3rd feb at 1pm all members are welcome to pop up to Bernard's Honey Farm to have a look round. And get a talk on it. The Address for the honey farm is- Heather hills Honey farm, Bridge of Cally, PH10 7JG. Tel. 01250 886252 if you need more directions on how to get there.
Many thanks, Pam and the committee.

NEWSLETTER FOR DECEMBER 2012:
We would also like to welcome 2 new members, John and Ernie Boath.
CONSTITUTION: It has been decided that the club should look at getting a constitution drawn up, Colin and Pam will look into this.
CLUB VOTING: Club voting will now be done with a show of hands, the monthly buying e.g paper and stamps won't have to go to a vote but any type of assets wanted will go to a vote and show of hands at a meeting.
HOTEL: Graham presented Shelly with flowers and a club calendar for their help through out the year.
FORT WILLIAM WEEKEND: Bob will have prices at the January meeting for the wekend away to Fort William.
VISIT TO ALYTH CLASSIC RESTORATION: Bernard has booked us a visit to see the Alyth Classic restoration on SATURDAY 19th JANUARY AT 10 AM.  He is also trying to get Kirkmicheal Restoration to give a slide show and talk after one of our meetings.
Bearard is also going to give us a date to have a tour round his Honey Farm.
A.O.B: Christmas lunch at the Strathmore Golf Centre out side Alyth, Sunday 9th December for those who have booked, the time is 2pm for 2.30. Pam has pre ordered everyone's meal Doreen will have a copy of the order's with her in case anyone has forgotten what they ordered.
Many thanks once again for Colin taking notes for me. Thanks, Pam and the committee.
Hope everyone has a Happy Christmas and a Merry New year.

NEWSLETTER FOR NOVEMBER 2012:
CHRISTMAS MEAL: IF THERE IS ANYONE WANTING TO PUT THERE NAME FORWARD FOR THE CHRISTMAS MEAL PAM NEEDS TO KNOW A.S.A.P. TO BOOK THE TABLE, IT IS ON SUNDAY 9TH DECEMBER AT THE STRATHMORE GOLF CLUB(outside Alyth). We will be pre-ordering so once you let me know if you want to go I can get a menu to you so you can pick what you would like to eat on the day. THE MEAL WILL COST £21.95 PER HEAD, as stated in last newsletter there is a children's menu but you will just get a choice on the day from this. TIME OF MEAL 2PM FOR 2.30PM.
HUNTER TROPHY: there was a ballot box out at the meeting for people to vote for who they thought has done the most for the club over the last year.
CALENDAR: The calendars have now all been handed out I hope everyone was happy with them.
MEMBERSHIP FEES: The membership is now due for 2012 into 2013, Family membership is £17.00 and Single membership is £12.00. at the meeting Rohan spoke up on behalf of Jim and Nick and said they were not happy with the way it had been decided to be put up. It was never put to a proper vote so after much discussion it was then voted on and the majority agreed to membership being the price earlier stated.
In future the club would always like a show of hands before any changes are being made in the club. If you feel the club business is not getting dealt with correctly can you please bring to the chairman's attention.
A.G.M- This should be the A.G.M. But as we were not overly prepared for this it maybe was not the best day to have it as Graham was not present. We did a vote for the A.G.M to be moved forward to September from next year and the majority agreed to this. The reason Pam asked for it to be moved forward is, the S.V.V.F need to update all of there yearly books by the 1st of November, if we don't have our A.G.M. until November its too late for the secretary to be organised with all the details for them so it would make life a little easier also the secretary can have all new paper work up to date.
Dave Guthrie has done his 3 years of collecting the points, he was not present at the meeting so we didn't vote him off but we decided just in case he would like to resign we better have someone on stand by to take over the position, Eric was proposed for this job and everyone backed the proposal up and Eric also agreed to it. Scott has since spoke to Dave Guthrie he would like to stand down. 
No other positions have to be filled this year as no one has completed there 3 year stint, and the club are happy with the committee we have at the moment. 
CHAIRPERSON- GAHAM BRUCE 
VICE CHAIR / POINTS COLLECTOR- ERIC MITCHELL 
SECRETARY- PAM HENRY 
EVENTS ORGANISER- SCOTT HENRY 
TREASURER -COLIN MIDDLETON 
If there are any members out there that would like to join our committee you can be co-opted on through out the year, your input in always helpful and welcome.
This is my 3rd year of doing the job of secretary and I am planning on this being my last year, as I can not always make the meetings due to other commitments if there is anyone out there that might like to take over my position, I would much appreciate it. No need to make a decision now you have until September to think about it.
TRIP NEXT APRIL: Bob priced a place in Fort William but it was rather expensive £44.00 per head per night. Bob is now going to look into other places round about the Fort William area for the weekend of 26th April so it does not clash with Drive it Day next year. He'll get back to us at a later date. 
A BIG VOTE OF THANKS TO ERIC FOR CHAIRING THE MEETING TODAY YOU DID A GRAND JOB. 
Many thanks, Pam and the committee.

NEWSLETTER FOR OCTOBER 2012:
CHRISTMAS MEAL: Has been provisionally booked for Sunday 9th December at the Strathmore Golf Centre Alyth. We must have numbers of all people wanting to come along and join us at the meal as I have to book seats, if there are more than 10 people going they would prefer it if we pre ordered our meals, there was a choice of 2 different menus but most people agreed on the more expensive one which is £21.95 per head. There is also a children’s menu but it will just be a normal children's selection e.g chicken goujons etc. and the children's will cost approx £5.00 per head. Also if you do pre order your meal and can not make it you will still be responsible for paying for the meal. There will be copies at the November meeting so you can pick what you would like, if you can't make the next meeting but would like to come along to the Christmas meal please contact Pam and she will give you details of the menu.
CALENDAR: Scott has already started processing the calendar, so it's now too late to put in a picture of your own vehicle for this year but if it all goes well we might do a similar thing again next year, if you ordered a calendar can you please bring your money to the November meeting if you have not paid for them already, the calendars cost £12.50 each.
ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP: The membership fee's are due in November and it has been decided to put the price up slightly so a single membership will cost £12.00 and a family membership will cost £ 17.00.
We have mentioned this before but just a small reminder we had a few no shows of cars at some of our gatherings e.g scone farming yesteryear- there were 7 cars didn't turn up to scone this year and it costs the club money to enter to these events per car,I know things can go wrong or something crops up and you can't always make it, but we really would appreciate it if members are not going to manage to an event they put there name down for can they please let us know asap as we might manage to fill the place with another vehicle, some of the events have a maximum number of vehicles there for it's sometimes preventing other people from putting their name on the list.
BANNERS: We are hoping to buy 2 new feather banners for our stands to put on display at any shows we attend these will cost approx £300.00ish.
After Farming yesteryear the hotel display had to be scrapped, as it was not reusable.
If there are any members that have a email address can you please pass it on to Pam so she can send out your newsletter's by email, as sending out paper copies cost approx £6.00 per month. It is so must easier doing it on the computer and you can always print your own copy out at home. 
ANY OTHER BUISNESS: Nick had details of a Morris 1000 4 door saloon 1969 H, Green. If someone was willing to restore it, it was free if it was going for spares it was going to cost £250.00. I haven't put any more details out about it as Jim Kelly is now the new proud owner of this vehicle to give him a wee winter project.
It was also suggested asking someone to come from Kirkmicheal Restoration to give us a talk some time.
Trip to Alyth Restoration will be happening one Saturday morning in January or February, date to be arranged.
Bus trip to east fortune sometime through the winter was also suggested.
I hope I have made an okay job of this months newsletter as I wasn't at the meeting but Colin kindly took notes for me. Thanks Colin.
Thanks, Pam and the committee.

NEWSLETTER FOR SEPTEMBER 2012:
GLAMIS EXTRAVAGANZA: Graham thanked everyone that came along to Glamis and also helped setting up and packing up. It turned out a good weekend.
CLUB B.B.Q: Thanks to everyone that helped on the day, it was a good turn out. Graham had a few enquiries asking why we don't charge for entry or burgers, but we always make enough on the raffle to cover everything, its always worked fine that way so far, everyone at the meeting seemed happy with this.  Frank from Auto smart donated 3 prizes which was very good of him. Davie Mclevy was impressed with having ice-cream cones this year.
CLUB CALENDER: We are going ahead with a club calender this year, if you would like your car put on one of the months please can you either E-MAIL, GET A PHOTO ON A DISC OR MEMORY STICK SO SCOTT CAN GET THEM ALL COLLECTED TOGETHER AT THE NEXT MEETING. Scott's email address is s31hen@yahoo.co.uk , address is 4 redford road padanaram, by forfar. DD8 1PZ. Or bring it along to the next meeting. THE PRICE WILL BE APPROX £12.50 PER CALENDER AND SCOTT NEEDS THE MONEY ALSO BEFORE ORDERING THEM. THE CALENDER SIZE WAS AGREED TO BE A3 WITH A PICTURE ON THE TOP HALF AND CALENDER DATES ON THE BOTTOM HALF. ANY MORE QUESTIONS PLEASE CALL SCOTT ON 01307467653 OR MOBILE 07811127924. The photo has to be in digital format so Scott can email them to the company that's making them. 
CHRISTMAS LUNCH: It has been suggested this year we have a change of venue for our Christmas lunch, Jackie Peebles is going to get us a price for the Strathmore golf club, but they don't get made up until October so we'll get back to you with menu date and price.
SCONE FARMING YESTERYEAR: Set up day Saturday 8th September, open to public Sunday 9th September. I think we have enough helpers for setting up on the Saturday but that doesn't mean you're not welcome to come along on the Saturday, but there is lots going on and we don't have an actual meeting time for the Saturday, but you can always pop along and have a wander about if you want to. 
CAN EVERYONE WITH A PASS FOR SCONE PLEASE BE AT THE STAND FOR 8.30am AS JUDGING STARTS AT 9AM. IF THERE IS ANYONE WITH A PASS AND ARE NOT GOING TO MANAGE CAN YOU PLEASE CONTACT A MEMBER OF THE COMMITTEE BEFORE 9AM ON SUNDAY SO WE KNOW NOT TO LEAVE SPACES FOR YOU COMING.
OUTINGS: The MG club have asked us if we would like to join them on a trip to East Fortune Museum. Its on Saturday 27th October, meeting place is south car park at the Tay bridge at 9.30 leaving at 9.45am. There are only about 12 members in this club so if you fancy tagging along with your car please do so.
CLASSIC RESTORATION in Alyth, some members would like to visit, Bernard has been looking into it for us, they are closed first 2 weeks October and middle of November. But most other weekend are ok we just have to give them a date, it was decided on Sunday that the end of January beginning of February would now be better to go. 
Jag restoration at Inverkething – Again Bernard is going to get back to us with a date as the MG club are looking into this visit also. 
Bus Museum Lathammond- This one we could possibly go on a bus rather than take our own cars. This is a bus museum and all the buses are privately owned but it is interesting if you like that sort of thing. This will also maybe be another thought for next year as time is against us now this year, they do have a classic show once a year so maybe when we find out when this is we could get something sorted. 
When we get the new year book in January we could maybe go thorough it at a meeting and decide on some other small shows that we could go along to next year rather than it just always being Errol, Glamis and Scone. e.g- Ladybank, Fraserburgh, stirling.
CHIPPY RUN: SUNDAY 30TH SEPTEMBER, MEET AT 3.00PM in the Greens car park Forfar,then we'll set off at 3.30, head to Brechin, Montrose then end up in Arbroath and stop for our chippy at the Bell Rock which is in Arbroath.
Many Thanks, Pam and the committee.

NEWSLETTER FOR AUGUST 2012:
Hi All, I thought I'd just do a short newsletter this month even though we didn't have an August meeting.
I hope you have been enjoying the summer holiday's, the weather hasn't been the best but I'm sure everyone has made the most of the summer.
GLAMIS EXTRAVAGANZA: The weekend of Glamis went very well, it was a bit muddy under foot but I think everyone had a good weekend, I thought the club stand was looking great with the garage scene and think we might use it again at Scone.
CLUB B.B.Q: We were very lucky with the weather on Sunday, when we were getting ready to set up the tents on the Saturday the rain was pelting down. But Sunday stayed fair, we had a good turn out of vehicles approx 130 turned up on the day. Everyone seemed to enjoy themselves. We had a grand total of £568.00. We also added a few new things this year, we had Jackie supply us with background music, we had 2 highland dancers and also a ice cream stall. It all seemed to go down well, but we will be looking for feedback on this at the next couple of meetings.
MEARNS SHOW: Sunday 26th August this is the next car show, Scott has the passes and they will be getting posted or handed out very soon. Lets hope the weather is on our side for this event too.
We would like to wish Gary and Heidi many happy returns on their wedding which was on Saturday 4th August. Also many thanks for the use of the field for the club B.B.Q. 
Many thanks, Pam and the committee.

NEWSLETTER FOR JULY 2012:
Glamis Extravaganza: There were sheets set out on the table so people could put there name down if they are coming to Glamis Saturday, Sunday or both, to put there name next to a slotted time so that through the day the stand is always manned by a member of the club.
WE ARE MEETING IN THE EXTRAVAGANZA FIELD ON FRIDAY NIGHT AT 6.30PM TO SET THE TENT UP, ALL HELPERS WELCOME.
SATURDAY YOU CAN GET IN FROM 8AM- 6PM
SUNDAY- PLEASE CAN YOU ARRIVE BEFORE 9AM AS THE JUDGING STARTS SUNDAY MORNING AT 9AM, AND WE NEEDS THE CARS IN AND ORGANISED BEFORE THIS. WE HAVE BEEN ASKED NOT TO LEAVE THE GROUNDS UNTIL 4PM ON SUNDAY AFTERNOON. 
IF YOU HAVE A CAMPING PASS(YELLOW) PLEASE USE THE YELLOW GATE WHICH IS THE FIRST GATE.
RED PASS PLEASE USE THE RED GATE WHICH IS THE SECOND GATE.
YOU WILL ONLY GET YOUR WRIST BAND WHEN YOU ARRIVE WITH YOUR CLASSIC VEHICLE.
B.B.Q 5TH AUGUST: Tombola and Raffle prizes will be needed for the day all donations are welcome. 
We are looking for helpers on the Tombola stall, Raffle stall and taking a turn on the cooking, please let us know if you can help with any of these.
The road runs will start leaving between 10 and 10.30 am, Bob has his all sorted and I'm sure Jim MacFarlane has his all organised too. Eric and Jim Kelly to be parking the non road run cars. 
WE WILL BE SETTING UP THE TENTS ON THE SATURDAY 4TH AT 4PM IN THE field NEXT TO THE HOTEL IF YOU CAN HELP PLEASE COME ALONG.
SCONE FARMING YESTERYEAR: WE HAVE REACHED OUR MAXIMUM NUMBER FOR THIS EVENT WHICH IS 20 CARS. THE LIST IS NOW CLOSED.
MEARNS SHOW 26TH AUGUST: Closing date was Sunday 1ST July.
ERROL CAR SHOW: Was a successful day, we had 16 cars on the stand, the weather was ok, and the teas and coffee's went down well. 
IDEAS FOR FUTURE OUTINGS:  Have a think about another weekend away trip next year, suggestions welcome, Tarbet has already been suggested.  Campbell Town was another one.  Even another bus trip for later this year, as it was a success last year, museum of flight was suggested. Have a think and let us know at the September meeting.
Many thanks Pam and the committee.

NEWSLETTER JUNE 2012:
GLAMIS EXRTAVAGANZA: Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th Helpers needed for Friday night 6.30 pm if possible to help set up the tent, then on the Saturday the garage theme will get set up through out the day. Wink is bringing his tractor with a plough on the back, and anyone else that is brining accessories for the garage theme please remember you have to take it all home with you again on the Sunday. Janey will sort something for the flowers at Glamis to brighten up the front of the tent.
B.B.Q: Sunday 5th August, its coming round so fast, here's hoping the weather is on our side this year.
Doreen will get the Burgers
Scott- Rolls
Colin- Charcoal.
We will also be looking for lots of prizes for the tombola and the raffle stall all donations welcome.
Nick noticed the entry in the year book wasn't the same as normal it doesn't mention the bikes or 4x4's, I will change this for next year, I did ask it to be the same as usual but it hasn't gone in that way.
Jim was wondering if anyone would mind if there were a few tractors come along this year could they maybe have a on road run as well as off road, everyone seemed happy enough with this. Just for a change, the road run normally leaves the field about 11am stop for a cuppy at Glen Markie around 12pm then back to the field the back of 1pm. Jim will tell the drivers on the morning of the B.B.Q about the change to the run.
WE NEED HELPERS SAT 4TH AUGUST FOR SETTING UP IN THE FIELD AT 4PM PLEASE.
CLUB CALENDAR: Scott put a slip out to see how much interest there would be in purchasing a glenisla car club calendar made up with pictures of our own classic vehicles, so far we have a good interest of approx 20 of them, this is at an early stage but if you are interested in joining in with it please get in touch with a committee member.
Thanks, Pam and the committee.
P.S. It's the Alyth Show on Saturday 16th June, if any members want to go along with their vehicle can you please be there for 10am.

NEWSLETTER MAY 2012:
Graham asked George to say a few words about the weekend away with the club, they all seem to have a great weekend, George said it was a nice quiet place, everyone was made to feel very welcome. Members did there own thing on the Saturday but all met up for a meal and few drinks in the evening. A good weekend was had by all.
NEW TENT: It's arrived, we put it up at Scott and Pam's before the meeting on Sunday to check it's all there, I must say it's much better than the old one, here's hoping it lasts much longer than the old one too. I'm sure once you all see it you'll be happy with it too.
GLAMIS EXTRAVAGANZA: Nick has done a rough drawing of what the stand might look like for Glamis, He will be needing painters to re-paint the old garage, as it will need freshened up and a new name put on it. Scott is going to give Nick new MDF for making the petrol pump. We will have to look at the years of cars already on the list for Glamis before we can pinpoint a year to go by for the theme. We're hoping to use 1 for pretend repairing and 2 for using on the forecourt for sale. We will have to watch for space and we don't want it looking too cluttered, Duncan is hoping to use his land rover to make it look like a breakdown truck.
Graham is going to supply a old oil drum for display.
B.B.Q.: It's getting near that time again, any ideas for anything different we can add to the B.B.Q day please put forward your ideas. We are just going to keep the number of burgers and rolls the same as normal. Can Bob and Jim please organise the road runs please. Scott will ask the Ice cream van to come up this year, Here's hoping the weather is on our side this year for it.
MEARNS SHOW: Sunday 26th August, there is now a list out if anyone wants there name put down for this show, please get in touch, or pop along to one of our meetings and put your name on the list.
DRIVE IT DAY: We had a good run on drive it day up over the cairn'o'mount to Banchory, stopped for picnic lunch, then headed down the coast road to Montrose, it was a bit cold but all enjoyed our run.
Thanks, Pam and the committee.

NEWSLETTER APRIL 2012:
CLUB TENT: Scott has ordered the new club tent it should be here in the next 2-3 weeks it cost £310.00.
STEAM IN THE PARK: All entries are now closed for this but we have 10 going along on the day so here's hoping the weather will be on our side.
DRIVE IT DAY: Sunday 22nd April Scott and Eric went for a run one Sunday and sorted out the route for us all, we are heading for Banchory then on to Montrose the run will be approx 80miles in total. MEETING PLACE IS BRECHIN CASTLE GARDEN CENTRE AT 11AM. On the Sunday morning, Scott will then hand out copies of the route we are going to be taking, please either bring a picnic with you or you can park up and head to the town for something to eat on the day we will stop for at least an hour. 
ALYTH GALA HAS BEEN CANCELLED !!!!! 
POINTS: The April points started on the 1st April you now get extra points for turning up with your classic to to meetings and events.
GLAMIS AND ERROL: MAY MEETING IS THE LAST CHANCE TO PUT YOUR NAME DOWN FOR THESE EVENTS!!!
A.O.B: Bob asked Jim Crichton to pass on a couple of idea's Bob wanted to put to the club. 
Garage at Glamis- there are 3 club members with grey tractors and Bob has a grey pick up, this could be made into an agricultural part of our theme, if the tractor owners agreed to bring there tractors along to Glamis. 
Skye trip for all those attending Bob has arranged a meal for 8pm on the Saturday evening at 8pm, everyone just does there own thing on the Friday night. The last time Bob spoke to the hotel there were still 2 rooms left if anyone fancied booking at last minute. 
B.B.Q- If we want Bob is happy to sort out the road run for the morning of the B.B.Q, Graham has asked Heidi at one of the last meetings if it was okay to use the field for the B.B.Q, she said that would be fine, Bob can you please see about getting the second field for us.
GLAMIS: Nick suggested we re-name the old scripps garage , Scott thought about naming it The Glenisla Garage for our garage theme at Glamis, everyone agreed to this, Nick is still happy to make a petrol pump for us, Scott has some MDF he can use. 
Are we doing fancy dress ? Think we will have to have a couple of people in boiler-suites and some people dressed up as customers from the year we decide, it might be the late 60's early 70's. Louie suggested we try to find a Glasses Guide from the time, if anyone one can help please let us know.
We would be looking at working with old money so it's more interesting, prices for the motors.
We are still looking for old accessories from these years if any members can help us also.
George was even able to tell some of the petrol prices from the 70's.
BREAKING NEWS !!!!! : WE RECEIVED A LETTER YESTERDAY (WEDNESDAY) TO SAY STEAM IN THE PARK HAS BEEN CANCELLED, DUE TO THE SITE SIZE BEING REDUCED AT SHORT NOTICE, AND THEY CAN NOT FIND ANOTHER VENUE AT THIS SHORT NOTICE.
Thanks Pam and the committee.

NEWSLETTER MARCH 2012:
After the meeting Bob did a a short talk on the history of the club and Andrew put some of the old pictures on the big screen, everyone enjoyed it. Thanks Bob. 
CLUB TENT: the tent is in hand and will be getting ordered shortly. 
George Petrie's brother/brother in law, works at city blinds he is going to get a price for a new banner or transfer's to go on the new tent.
DRIVE IT DAY: A route has not yet been made but Scott will get this done in the next month to give us an idea where we will be going, think we're heading in Bremar direction as know one as come up with any other ideas. It might be a picnic stop rather than go out for a bite to eat but we'll let you know next month. 
EXTRAVAGANZA: This is to be held on Saturday and Sunday 7th and 8th July think the theme is going to be a sales forecourt in a garage. It as to be decided on what sort of era we are aiming for, if anyone has any old oil can or signs that we could use, can we please borrow them for the weekend. Nick has Kindly agreed to make a template of a petrol pump if we think we might want one, Graham asked Bob if we can borrow is old caravan to use as a sales office. Any other ideas towards this would be very welcome. 
NEW WEB PAGE: Has everyone seen Andrews new page for the club, I must say its looking good, if anyone has any pictures of shows or events pass them on to Andrew and he will upload them onto the page, he isn't putting them all at once though, as its fine to change them about now and again. 
B,B,Q: We have had an email from the Lotus club they would like to come and join us at out annual BBQ, this is good news here's hoping we get a better day for it this year. 
Thanks, Pam and the committee.

NEWSLETTER FEBRUARY 2012:
Colin has asked if anyone is sending a cheque to him for membership for the year can you please make the cheque payable to- Glenisla Classic Vehicle Club. 
STEAM IN THE PARK: Saturday and Sunday 12th and 13th this is a two day event at Scone airport, its been suggested we just attend on the Sunday 13th this year to see how it goes and in the future we can always go for the 2 days. If anyone wants to attend this event please put your name forward to Scott so he can put you on the list. I'll give his details at the end of the newsletter.
DRIVE IT DAY: Bremar area has been suggested, Scott will organise a route, any other suggestions are always welcome. 
THEME FOR GLAMIS: Bernard suggested – 'Minder', Arthur Daily theme, Jim suggested second hand car sales room with price relating to the cars. Irene suggested Scottish theme, George- fitting cars out with things from their era, Jenny- Cars from t.v. films, Scott- A garage wit sales workshop. 
NEW TENT: A brochure was put round at the meeting showing a 3 different tents and te members present agreed on a 6mx3m and just to go ahead and order it. It is not pop up but it is much more hard wearing and also you can buy spare parts for it. 
WEB SITE: Andrew is setting up our own web page for the club, he showed is what he has done so far with all left to do now is set up the Domain name and then link it to the site. 
Since Sunday I have had an E-mail from Andrew and our very own web page is now up and running its- www.gcvc.co.uk . Thanks Andrew its looking really good. 
A.O.B.: Benard asked if we were going to Alyth Gala this year, but we didn't know the date, I do now, its on the 10th June, which is the same day as Tayside car club show at Errol, If anyone interested I'm sure Scott will be putting lists out for these events soon. 
Many Thanks,
Pam and the committee.

NEWSLETTER JANUARY 2012:
Happy New Year to Everyone, hope you had a good Christmas.
Winners of last years trophy's: Eric Mitchell won the points trophy and Scott Henry won the Hunter trophy. 
POINTS SYSTEM: We have had a look and wondered if we could propose a new points system, Scott did a wee bit of thinking over Christmas and came up with a new way to give points out, so it might encourage members to try harder to get more points and make it easier to catch up through the year . We had copies of the new points system at the meeting and everyone agreed to give it ago this year I've put a copy of them in with your newsletter. 
MEMBERSHIP FEE'S: It is suggested to put the membership up for next year as cost are always increasing, eg for stamps, paper, ink etc. Also suggested to try out, when members renew their membership every year give them a small thank you gift e.g- pen, diary, fridge magnet, coaster. Members all thought this was a good idea after lots of discussion on the matter. The increase would only be approx £2.00- £2.50. 
TENT: It's time to replace the gazebo once again as the last one burst on its first time up at Glamis in 2009, it's been rubbish, everyone agreed to us getting prices for a new one, hopefully pop up, to make life a little easier as there is not always enough people around to help put the one we have up. This will be brought up again next month.
APRIL WEEKEND AWAY: Bob asked the 3 other members going on this weekend if they would all like to eat together on the Saturday evening at 8pm for a meal, each member agreed with this so Bob will get in touch with the Hotel.
TALK: Bernard asked if there were any thought's on a talk after one of the next few meetings, Scott has already asked Bob if he can do a talk on the history of the club, so he will do this after the March meeting.
GLAMIS EXTRAVAGANZA: If anyone has any ideas with a theme for this year please put your thoughts forward.
TRIPS: So far a trip to East Fortune has been put down to visit this year any other ideas please bring your ideas along to a meeting or give us a call or email.
Thanks, Pam and the committee.
JUST A WEE REMINDER: IF YOU HAVE NOT DONE SO ALREADY ITS TIME TO PAY YOUR NEW MEMBERSHIP FEE'S.

2011:

Newsletter for December:
Hello members, The meeting today was a bit more informal, just a bleather round the fire.
POINTS BOOK: Bernard has asked if when you are signing in the points book can you please print your name rather than sign please as it took him and Davie ages to go through the book and could not understand some of the writing, so if you don't print your name it might not get counted.
UPDATE ON SKYE TRIP: There are still 3 rooms left for the weekend of 20th April 2012, I think it's £32.50 or £35.00 per head per night, If interested the hotel is called The Dornie Hotel. The telephone number is 01599 555205, please tell them you are coming with the Glenisla classic vehicle club or they will say they are full up, you will have to pay a deposit up front. Bob also suggested anyone that has already booked and is looking to eat there on the Friday evening they better phone the hotel in advance to check this will be ok, and it would also be good if everyone going could also meet together on the Saturday and all eat their evening meal together.

Nick and Graham were having a chat after the last meeting and wondered if it's time the club should have a constitution, the club is always changing and if anything untoward happened there are proper rules and regulations, this was agreed by other members present on Sunday, Pam and Colin will look into this for January.

BUS TRIP TO MOTOR MUSEUM: What a great day out we had there, 27 members came along and everyone enjoyed it.

SUGGESTED TRIPS OUT FOR NEXT YEAR TO THINK ABOUT: East fortune, Chippy run earlier in the year this time, Drive it day (for the poor members that can't afford to go to Skye), Coventry Festival ( end September beginning of October) weekend of it Friday to Monday, Invitation from MX5 club to any of there outings you can check out there web site for events organised by them.

George asked me to add in this message from him: I wish to thank the committee members, past, present and the members for all their help and support I have received during my time as a chairman which I have enjoyed very much. We are now handing over to Graham Bruce, he is a long standing member and he knows how the cogs and wheels of the club turns. Many thanks George.

THE NEXT MEETING IS TO BE HELD ON SUNDAY 8TH JANUARY 2012 USUAL TIME 4PM. Hope you all have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Thanks, Pam and the committee.