Full details of each event are published in the Naylor News.
The Club organises several major events each year. These events include the celebration of the birthday of the club in May and the AGM in September. We usually have one or more major expeditions covering a weekend and even a week or more. Past trips by members have included Switzerland, The Channel Isles, France, Ireland, Scotland, Wales and an expedition all around the coast of Britain. Christmas parties are organised for Northern and Southern members and there is usually a meet in the Lake District each second year. Regional Secretaries arrange local events, from one to two days duration, and the Club joins in with other motoring club activities and Car Shows.
December 7th 2019
Candlelight Buffet, Cleckheaton, Yorkshire
May 8th/11th 2020
26th Birthday Weekend, Hexham, Northumberland
August 29th – September 5th 2020
Channel Island Visit.ngs.
Take a read through our past events or join us on our Facebook Page to meet the community.
The AGM 2015 was arranged to take place at the Sprowston Manor Hotel Norwich. A Saturday run to Norwich Cathedral to view the Cathedral and surrounding area with lunch in the Cathedral Refectory. Sunday a longer run was arranged to travel through the Norfolk Broads...
Barrie had a busy summer visiting many events in his area as reported i the Naylor News.
My wife and I decided to give the Naylor a bit of a run this year and decided to visit my brother in law just south of Paris. We took the 8.30am Brittany ferry from Poole to Cherbourg,taking just over four hours for the crossing spending the time eating and reading in...
DRIVE IT DAY 2015 Our small band of TF1700 ites (small but, as the saying goes, beautifully formed) decided some time ago that we would meet up at CHIRK CASTLE for our 2015 D.I.D extravaganza; and so it was that the Jarretts arrived from Wales, the Lees from...
WOW!!! What a weekend it's been! 149 Miles of Scenic Country Lanes ...Trips on Trains Plenty of Ubiquitous Photo Opportunities: Great Food, Company and some Cake! And special thanks to Alister, Freda and Shirley without whom none of this would have...