Monthly Archives: January 2012

As we do every time we attend the Bingley Hall event a brilliant time was had by all. A bond of friendship was made across the Pennines with our neighbours Kendal Mini Club who helped in the consumption of copious amounts of Stella in The Shirehorse Pub.

The usual show and shine was outstanding and displays from lots of clubs on the upper floor were great.

Traders though I think make this venue the real draw for the crowds with some excellent bargains to be had.

The auto jumble being most peoples first port of call on getting into the venue as this is probably where most of the deals were made during the day, just trying to negotiate around the stalls you couldn’t get near half the goods and patience is a must when it’s that busy.

Some fantastic examples of the mini variants on display.

A chalk mini for leaving your message, and we left our mark!

And finally this Clubman estate hearse won car of the show.

Hi all. The North East Mini Club is having a run to the Chocolate factory at Thornton le Dale on Sunday 12th February, to stock up on your Valentines Day Chocolates.
Thornton le Dale is a picturesque town in the Vale of Pickering on the A170. There are also tearooms and a classic car showroom in this lovely little town that has a shallow stream running alongside the main street through the town.
Everyone is welcome for further info for meeting places & times etc, please visit our forum events planning area.

Ladies & Gentleman! It’s that time of year again.

The North East Mini Club’s Annual General Meeting!

Will be held at the usual venue Bullion Hall Chester-le-street.

Monday 12th March 2012

Open to fully paid up members of the NEMC only.

Could all members who wish to attend please arrive no later than 19.00hrs (that’s 7PM) in order to start the meeting at 19.15hrs.

Any questions or issues that members may have must be presented to the committee no later than Monday 5th March 2012 ready for the committee meeting Tuesday 6th. Also any nominations for committee roles must also be presented to the committee no later than the 5th. This is to try and deal with any issues or questions as efficiently as possible within the given timeslot.

Thank you all.

Our club is all about sharing the Mini motoring experience to gain a greater appreciation for all of the things that can be done with either the classic Mini or new MINI. The North East Mini Club meets every Thursday from 7.30pm at Billy Hardy Sports Complex, in Sunderland, just off the A1231.
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