THE 2018 EW&B VINTAGE RALLY & PANDY SHOW
It was also the first time out for our new marquee which is a lot bigger than our other marquee and is now home to the Produce tent!
Thank you to Everybody that came along and supported us either with a vehicle, engine, trade stand or as a spectator
Also to Llanvihangel Crucorney Ladybirds PTA for the refreshments
The bar which was supplied by Cupids Marquees & Bars
Simon Turgis and the amazing Vintage Tractor Pulling
Debbie Williams who runs the Dog Show
The Horse Show which was run by Crickhowell & District Pony Club
"Paws for Thought" for the Dog Display team which were so good
The Club enjoyed their Summer Run today, although it wasn't very warm! The run started from Rhydymain Farm at Usk by kind permission of Frances Evans and
along with her daughter Jenny and their friends they kept us supplied with tea and biscuits which was very welcome.
We were taken around countryside a lot of Us have never seen and we had a very good Fish & Chips lunch. There were over 20 tractors and a few 4 x 4' s
Well done to Will and Stacey Charles for organising a very enjoyable day
The 2018 Spring tractor Run, starting from Willson & Wilding of Pontypool. Travelling 29 miles around Pontypool, Cwmbran Coed-y-paen & Llandegveth. Organised by Roger Light, it was an excellent run, lovely weather, good food and very enjoyable company! The lunch-stop was at Morris's of Usk Garden centre
The 2017 Christmas Dinner & Presentation night held on 20th January 2018 at The Park Hotel, Pandy. An excellent meal, great friends and a really enjoyable evening
At the The Club's AGM on 11th January 2018, it was well attended by members, and we enjoyed sausage and chips too
At the start the Club's Chairman, Mr Rodney Powell, presented a cheque for £2,940 to Mike Jones and Mark Ashton who collected it on behalf of Longtown Mountain Rescue team, which was our chosen Charity for 2017
Next years charity will be announced soon!
This money was raised throughout 2017 from Tractor runs, the Vintage rally in June and various other activities during the year
TheFundraising event on 23rd September raised a total of £1,066 for both the Midlands and Wales Air Ambulance, and so on 7th December 2017 another cheque for £533 was presented to Liesel Townley on behalf of Wales Air Ambulance
The Club were very pleased to be able to give a donation cheque for £533 to Mary Sheldon who collected it on behalf of the Midlands Air Ambulance Charity. The money was raised at the Fundraising event on September 23rd 2017 held The Hogs Head, featuring The New Jersey Boys and organised by Roger Light
2017 Christmas 4 x 4 run around the Sennybridge area
18th June 2017 Club Summer Road Run
15th April 2017 Inter-Club Ploughing @ Yewtree Farm, Garway
9th April 2017 Crank up at The Park Hotel, Pandy
2017 Spring Road Run
2016 Christmas x 4 run
2016 Christmas Dinner
2016 Autumn Road Run
On 23rd October 2016 the Club had their Autumn Road Run. It was organised by Club member Peter Williams, starting from Ross-on-Wye. We had a lunch stop at the New Inn at Fownhope and were given a very enjoyable Sunday Lunch. It was a lovely day out, a bit cold, but dry!
2016 Club Harvest Festival
26th June 2016 This is our Rally Day!
Thank you to Everybody that came to the Rally & Show and supported Us today!
Although it rained in the afternoon it was a fun day out and all the money raised was for our Charity this year, The North Gwent Cardiac Rehabilitation Aftercare Charity.
Starting from the Rally field we made our way into Abergavenny and then up to Blaenavon via Llanfoist. The lunch-stop was at The Whistle then we came back home along Gilwern Mountain, which gave us good views of the Heads of the Valley roadworks! The weather wasn't brilliant but we didn't get wet until we were coming back through Abergavenny!
all meetings will now be held at
The Rising Sun, Pandy NP7 8DL
Maria Bayliss, who used to run the Raglan Market Cafe, has asked to spread the word to the tractor clubs - about her open evening Sunday 3rd Feb 3pm - 7pm at Usk Rural Life Museum. There are some
lovely old tractors and full of machinery to tour the museum, which is situated at the top end of the main FREE car park in Usk