Solway Regional Report November 2019

Regional Report for November 2019

It is with regret and a fair degree of frustration that I must inform our members that despite repeated attempts since April, our Region is still unable to personalise the generic entry for the Solway Region on the main JEC website. Furthermore, despite the recent meeting by the JEC and several Northern Regions, we remain marginalised and unrepresented. Rest assured, the committee will continue to keep our members informed of JEC matters to the best of our ability until this unacceptable situation is resolved.

On a more positive note. We have recently reinvigorated our own solwayjaguar website, thanks to the stoic efforts of John Chambers. I urge our members to have a look and to forward any contributions to John, whose details can be found in our monthly newsletter.

Our guest speaker for October was Callum Mckechnie who gave us a fascinating talk on the JLR Classic facility, which is sure to generate interest in a future visit to the facility.

Events are starting to thin out as the winter beckons. The highlight of last month being a fantastic run on wonderful and almost empty roads into the Borders by seventeen on our members to visit the Jim Clark Museum. A very interesting day out.

Finally, this year's Christmas lunch will be held at the Roundthorn on the 15th December. Make sure you contact Robin by the end of the month to book your place.

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Jc 02 Lotus
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