The proposed trip to take in a Distillery tour will have to be postponed till 2021 as the restrictions due to the coronavirus situation means that such a tour is impossible. So the final formal outdoor trip for the Club before the winter sets in will take place on Sunday 25th Oct with a visit to the Moray Motor Museum in Elgin who operate a one way system through their display observing the distance rules-(please remember to take your face masks), The Museum are looking forward to our visit and on this occasion the Club will be paying for our entry fees to the exhibition to all paid up members.
For all Beauly Sports Car Club members please let us know as soon as possible that you are able to join us on the day.
Gil Graham and James Campbell
We were very pleased that there was such a large and varied turn-out for our trip to the Falls of Shin and Ullapool on the 27th Sept. Again we did the trip in glorious weather and the coffee and home baking at the Falls of Shin was exceptional and they were very pleased that we paid them a call. The route to Ledmore and Ullapool on a lovely scenic route was appreciated by all and a good fish based lunch at Ullapool was enjoyed by all.
Many thanks to all of you who made the trip.
Falls of Shin
The Club’s 3rd trip will take place on Sunday 27th Sept 2020 and the cars will leave Braeview Car Park to the Falls of Shin where we will have a coffee/tea break.
On leaving there head to Ullapool where we will have a lunch stop and then return home.
This trip is a little shorter than the previous trips as the daylight hours are getting less at this time of year.
Don’t forget the face masks and indicate as soon as possible that you are coming by contact through the website or by contacting Gil or James.
Hope we will get a nice day!!
Many thanks to all the members who took part in the Club’s second outing to the Grampian Transport Museum in Alford in mainly fine weather by way of the wonderful route past Tomintoul, the Lecht and Strathdon and on to Alford. We were treated very well at the Museum and all were very impressed with the wonderful display of all forms of transport. We were very pleased that Mike Leslie who looks after our Club website came with us as a passenger and took some memorable pictures of our cars at Alford and which appeared promptly on our website.
We are now working on our next trip towards the end of September – keep checking the details on the website.
The Club’s next trip is a visit to the Grampian Transport Museum in Alford on Sat 29th August where we are due at 12 noon and we require members to let us know as soon as possible that you are going. This request is more urgent than for our first trip.
We leave Braeview Park, Beauly at 9.00am and those members who wish to have their cars washed Darren Bain of Vital Valeting one of our sponsors will be available from 8am onwards to wash only £8, wash and dry £10 representing a good saving on normal prices. If you would like to book Darren to wash your car please do so with him directly before the trip (07557 517536). There will be a stopover in the Square in Tomintoul for coffee and biscuits supplied by the club. The entrance fee to the Transport Museum is £11 for adults, £4 for children, £9 for concessions.