About the Torbay MG Owners Club Monthly Run

to be held Sunday 30th September, 2018.

Meet at Haldon Chalet, Top of Telegraph Hill, for 11:00. Departing at Midday after a cup of tea and natter, a Mystery Run out locally to a Sunday Carvery venue ( around 40-50min max ). Scenic route back after a hearty lunch, makinga n afternoon of it all. All MG enthusiasts welcome to join us, regardless of Members or not! Join the friendly group AKA "The Fun Club!".

- Alan Perrins- MGOC Torbay      


 

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Torbay MG Owners Club Monthly Run Contact Details

  • Contact Name: Alan Perrins
  • Organisation: MGOC Torbay
  • Address: Haldon Chalet Starting Point, Telegraph Hill, Exeter
  • Postcode: EX6 7XW
  • Phone: 07722 46 8956

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