The RM Sotheby’s London to Brighton Veteran Car Run takes place this year on Sunday 7 November. This world famous event has been organised by the Royal Automobile Club since 1930 and features hundreds of pre-1905 cars.
If you thought the Royal Navy needed the sea, think again as we have more than enough reminders of sailors and naval actions right on the doorstep of the Club. Members came aboard and discovered memorials to failed missions & explored Nelsons’s journey to his final resting place. https://t.co/5X9R5NoBJl
Huge congratulations to our fantastic finalists! We look forward to revealing the winners at the awards' dinner at the Royal Automobile Club in Pall Mall on Thursday 25 November. https://t.co/xbH1kXkge1
Laura King, founder of King’s Fine Food took our members on a tasting journey with varieties of exquisite caviar on offer that accommodated a tasting menu by our Executive Chef, Matthew Marshall. https://t.co/9Kc3MzBIBI
If you thought the Royal Navy needed just the sea, then think again because we have more than enough reminders of sailors and naval actions right on the doorstep of the Club. Members last week came aboard and discovered memorials to failed missions, discovered what Captain Cook did wrong and explored Nelson’s journey to his final resting place.
Trial of Dog-Friendly Section of the Fountain Terrace
28 - 06 - 2021
Sunday 1 August to Thursday 30 September
Woodcote Park provides the perfect setting for members to enjoy some fresh air, whether sitting and relaxing in the sun or stretching their legs with a walk. For some, bringing their dog with them is an essential part of a day out, while there are other members who would prefer Woodcote Park to be dog-free. The Club seeks to achieve a balance to ensure as many members as possible are able to enjoy the estate.
Dogs may be walked only in the woodland and along the Captain’s Drive (and thereby on the Downs) and there is currently nowhere that a dog owner can enjoy refreshments without leaving their dog in a car, which is dangerous on a hot day. The recent expansion of the Fountain Terrace now provides an opportunity to provide a section of the Terrace where members may sit accompanied by their dogs. Any members uncomfortable with being near a dog will be seated away from this designated section.
Wherever they are on the estate, dogs must be kept on a lead at all times and, of course, owners must clear up and dispose of any mess.
The dog-friendly section of the Fountain Terrace will operate on a trial basis during August and September and members are invited to provide feedback by emailing: email@example.com. The outcome will be considered by the Woodcote Park Committee in October.