TSSC Norfolk Drive It Day Scatter Treasure Hunt, Sunday 25th April 2021

Things finally seem to be happening! For our first run out for 2021 we organised a Scatter Treasure Hunt for Drive It Day similar to last years. To help comply with the Covid restrictions we had a selection of six possible start points that, which combined with a variable start time, reduced the risk of any “bunching” up at the start. The rest of the venues could be done in any order chosen.

The venues included a ruined castle and church, craft centres and a country park. Three points were given for correct answers but most of the points were given for spotting other cars on the run – three points for spotting one at a location and five points if the navigator managed to snap one on the move. There were also two double pointer bonus cars this year just to add a bit of excitement.

We had 14 classics turn up including a hat-trick of big Triumphs, making them the most popular model on the run. Other Triumphs were two Spitfires, two Vitesses, two TR7s, and a TR4A. Non Triumphs attending were two MGBs, a Trans Am (the double pointers) and a VW camper.

The winner, with a total of 74 points, was the Rutter clan from the TSSC Cambridge area. Runners up were Andy and Gill followed closely by Steve and Delia.

It was great to be able to take part in this one and it was great to see so many Triumphs darting about Norfolk!

TSSC Scatter Treasure Hunt

The Stody Gardens Classic Vehicle Day, Sunday 30th May 2021

A bit of a last minute decision after seeing it advertised on Facebook the night before. We were already going to an open garden, with free entry for classic car drivers we thought we’d tag this one on too.

Our first car show in I don’t know how long. We arrived later than most and was suitably impressed with the number and selection of classic cars parked up. The gardens were well worth the trip too.

I’ll hopefully remember this one for next year and see if we can sort out a club convoy to it.

Gardens