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Julie Hall - AO Representative, Peak District AO

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About Julie Hall - AO Representative, Peak District AO

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    die young as late as possible
  • Birthday 12/06/1971

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    Westfield Sport 1.8l Zetec, Jenvey TBs
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  1. Julie Hall - AO Representative, Peak District AO

    Peak District, End of Hulme End as we know it, Sun 25th Nov

    Meet at The Tea Junction, Hulme End, SK17 0EZ at 10.30am for the very last piece of cake made by Rebecca's fair hands. She is closing up for the winter (bad enough news) but she is retiring (great news for Rebecca, devastating news for us Westfield Sponge Cake Club members) We all love cake for breakfast, so after a sweet start (savoury is available if you must) we will venture 32 miles North, up the terrific Snake Pass for lunch at The Snake Pass Inn, getting home in time to beat the setting sun. If it rains we will be just be going in the rag top to Hulme End to eat cake see Rebecca off. Anyone joining us?
  2. Julie Hall - AO Representative, Peak District AO

    Julie's Battle of the Odo's 2018

    Oh I love a good competition, the winning value has been hovering just below the 4000 mile mark for a while and then at the last minute it got beaten, very entertaining. The winner is @MattV with 5461 miles. Second place is @matthew902 with 3802 miles. Third place is @AndrewBClarke with 3359 miles. Congratulations to the winners and thank you to everyone for taking part
  3. Julie Hall - AO Representative, Peak District AO

    Julie's Battle of the Odo's 2018

    Last call, this closes at midnight tonight. £50 Westfield Parts Dept voucher up for grabs, attainable with a much lower mileage than previous years.
  4. Julie Hall - AO Representative, Peak District AO

    Peak District, Sat 10th OR Sun 11th Nov

    Thank you to everyone that responded to my post, even if it wasn't with the correct answer , but I hope you are all enjoying your other activities. Here is a little look at our day if you are interested. I reckon I could just about fit 10 more Westfields in this car park, if we all breathe in Not so sure about on this sofa though, you lot are far too fat and this fire had my name on it It was decent enough to sit outside even So I did! Next we went in search of cake And found it. Do you like chocolate orange? well then you would definitely like this cake Keeping with the orange theme, we went in search of colourful trees Love and hugs to everyone and hope to see you all soon
  5. Julie Hall - AO Representative, Peak District AO

    Peak District, Sat 10th OR Sun 11th Nov

    Meet at The Wheatsheaf, Baslow, DE45 1SR at 10.30am, where there will be a real fire burning and hot coffee brewing, breakfast even if required. Next it's a wiggle through the Peak District to Ladybower Reservoir for the second attempt at a photo shoot, now it's November and the road up to the reservoir is open , followed by lunch. If we go on Sunday the main road through Bamford will be closed for the Remembrance Day Parade, so we will be taking a slightly different route. Weather dependent, who is coming if it is dry?
  6. Julie Hall - AO Representative, Peak District AO

    Julie's Battle of the Odo's 2018

    Thank you @NigelO for your submission. I know this competition is about having the highest mileage, but that is just the winning bit, it's the taking part that is the important bit. I thought we could all have a giggle about how disgracefully low some of the mileages are, just for a laugh and a bit of light hearted fun. Life is all serious and it's nice sometimes to come onto this forum and absorb yourself in your love of cars and forget everything else. Credit here definitely goes to @Mark (smokey mow), that's the spirit, hopefully you will encourage others to get posting and you never know, you might even win a cabbage!
  7. Julie Hall - AO Representative, Peak District AO

    Hello from Germany

    Udo from The Peak District. Nice car with a great engine choice and lovely colour.
  8. Julie Hall - AO Representative, Peak District AO

    Happy Birthday Mr Hurdsfield.

    Happy birthday Paul from Glen and Julie. 70 next year then, 1 year to get your dress dusted off, you know the WSCC rules
  9. Julie Hall - AO Representative, Peak District AO

    Ashbourne, Peak District, Sun 28th Oct

    You do have a way with words, Dave, and Ali took the photo's to accompany those words craggy outcrops near The Roaches long sweeping roads don't you just love how the word TOW is on Simon's roll cage on the photo of him seemingly towing the caravan and for the record here is a list of who came with us today, Chris, Dave, Ali and Gail, Andy and Sue, Andy and Rebecca, Bill, Martyn and Sue, Luke and friend , Simon, Ian. Jon, currently searching for a Westfield came in his MX5. Some really good photo's on here from other people, thank you keep 'em coming
  10. Julie Hall - AO Representative, Peak District AO

    Ashbourne, Peak District, Sun 28th Oct

    Well done everyone on turning your clocks back, it made me laugh when Glen thought we had left it a bit late to get up this morning - and then realised it was a hour earlier than he thought. 11 Westfields met at Ashbourne and dived in M&S for warm. Everyone seems to have been to Aldi and bought their heated seats which is a very good idea. It was a steady run over the damp, salty roads in stunning sunshine with the clear air making for lovely views We arrived at the Roaches Tea Rooms a little early so we could have a 'bonnets off' moment and a look at Simon's very tidy MX5 turbo'd engine. We are 300 metres (1000 feet) above sea level here with views from the cafe over the southern part of the Peak District Bagpuss had pulled, he was kissing in the corner Taking in the view behind Gail's car Someone has a better photo than this of a Westfield seemingly towing a caravan I had booked us a table in the conservatory with a lovely view, everyone had loads of layers on and with the sun coming through the windows we all started to cook. I was first in the car park and we just block each other in so we can all fit, might as well take another photo then while I wait to be let out. Back on the road again, up The Bank, one of my favorite roads and to the cake stop. Did you notice that I went sailing past my turning, so we ended up going down a road I have never been on, thinking 'cripes I hope there is plenty of tarmac on it' actually it was a nice road and we will do it again. At the Tea Rooms, only the best quality, homemade, proper cakes here and not silly prices either. We totally destroyed this Bakewell Cake, full of jam and almonds, they might as well have just put the whole cake on the table and given everyone a spoon......on second thoughts, NO. The Monkeys Tea Party in the Old School Tea Rooms Parking was interesting again, just drive in and block everyone in Dave needs to work on his little finger, one holds one's tea cup in the proper manner Nom, nom, nom Is your car poppy ready? get your knitting needles out Another fantastic day out and a big thank you to everyone for travelling the many miles to join us, especially Simon who came all the way from Peterborough. The convoy looked great in my mirror, I could not see the end of it there were that many of you. The other new guy, Johnathon, who came in his MX5 must have had a brilliant view as he tagged along at the back. He is trying to buy a Westfield and is not even a member yet. Next time we are going to a new pub that we tried out last week, guess what? it has lovely views from the car park, so do a sun dance and it will be on next Sunday. Cheers.
  11. Julie Hall - AO Representative, Peak District AO

    Ashbourne, Peak District, Sun 28th Oct

    I thought you might, after I tempted you on facebook. Look forward to seeing you
  12. Julie Hall - AO Representative, Peak District AO

    Julie's Battle of the Odo's 2018

    This competition is back for another year and if you need an excuse to drive your Westfield, here is one. The MOT certificate records an odometer reading. This competition is looking for who has the biggest difference between their Westfield’s 2017 and 2018 MOT certificate odometer reading. In my opinion getting the ‘Westfield’ miles in makes you a winner anyway. The prize for first place is £50 worth of vouchers to spend at the Westfield Factory Parts Department. Second and third place will get you £10 and £5 respectively off your membership renewal in WSCC for next year. What are you waiting for? Get driving. THE BORING BITS • The mileage must be in a Westfield. • The competition is open to WSCC members only, not the Committee or Area Organisers. • The closing date is midnight 10th November 2018. • Submit entries to peak@wscc.co.uk with a copy of your MOT certificate attached. • The judge’s decision is final. • You must agree to your entry being published in Westfield World magazine and online in the WSCC forum. • Prize must be redeemed within 12 months, is non-transferable and no substitute prize or cash equivalent will be offered. • If you have won first place in this competition before you cannot enter it again.
  13. Julie Hall - AO Representative, Peak District AO

    3 Peaks, with a twist!

    6th June 2011, don't forget Adam to factor in some time for a snowball fight on the way up Ben Nevis
  14. Julie Hall - AO Representative, Peak District AO

    Ashbourne, Peak District, Sun 28th Oct

    phew, I am glad about that. I did something today and all I have heard since from Glen is 'ooh, I hope Trevor comes on Sunday so I can tell him' hopefully he will have forgot by the time he sees you
  15. Julie Hall - AO Representative, Peak District AO

    3 Peaks, with a twist!

    In 1911 a Ford Model T was driven to the top of Ben Nevis!!! and in 2011 we walked up there to mark my 40th birthday, which was in June and the top was still covered in snow. The week before a well equipped french man died of hypothermia on Ben Nevis, it was really, really cold. It was still a fantastic thing to do and your idea is brilliant, I will look forward to following it on here - from my warm, comfy armchair
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