Classic 300 Classic Car Run
To showcase three hundred years of English Freemasonry (1717-2017), the Masonic Classic Vehicle Club is organising the Classic 300 - a series of individual classic car runs that will take place in England and Wales during 2017. The classic car runs are not only for the enjoyment of the participants but they should be real spectacle that the whole family can enjoy. The runs will be open to Masons and those with an interest in Freemasonry, driving cars built before 1 January 1997, but in some cases, motorcycles, commercial vehicles and 'future-classics' can get involved.
The Cumberland & Westmorland leg of The Classic 300 is being hosted by Lakeland Motor Museum and will take place on 11 June 2017. The 55-mile route of this tour will take you through many scenic parts of the South Western Lake District, starting and ending at the museum. Bring
along your Classic Car or Motorcycle to take part in the tour, or just come along to enjoy a visit to the Lakeland Motor Museum, take in the atmosphere, and enjoy lunch at the restaurant. If you bring a classic vehicle and take part in the rally then you will receive a voucher allowing you and your passengers discount entry into the museum.
Further details are to follow, but if you would like to register your interest in the Cumberland & Westmorland leg of The Classic 300 then please contact
Andrew Moore PAGDC, at firstname.lastname@example.org
More information about the Classic 300 and the launch at Windsor Castle can be found on the Classic 300 Website (external link)