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East Sussex

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Pevensey Bay Vehicles of Yesteryear

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This years Pevensey Bay (Vehicles of Yesteryear) was held on the 7th April. At the beginning of the year we were told that this show would not be on as the organiser was stepping down. A few weeks ago, I was informed that the show would go ahead, and I was pleased to see many members and their cars plus members just giving support. The weather is always an important part this time of year, so I think we were lucky that apart from one brief shower the day was warm with sunny spells. It has become somewhat of a tradition some members disappearing off for breakfast while other trying to hold out until lunchtime for Fish and Chips by all accounts both were very good, my fish was excellent with of course mushy peas. During the rest of the time club members enjoyed looking at the many different cars and of course the usual gossip.