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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

    GBS Factory Open Day, Notts, Sat 23 March 10-12

    Meet at McDonalds, Ollerton, 9.30am and take the very short journey to GBS, Ollerton, NG22 9ZD for 10am. Alternatively meet us there. The Kit Spares shop is open as well as the factory and there are free refreshments available. Who is going?
  2. Julie Hall - AO Representative, Peak District AO

    Happy Birthday Buttercup

    Happy birthday Geoffrey, love from Glen and Julie xxxx
  3. Julie Hall - AO Representative, Peak District AO

    Yorkshire Breakfast meeting, 20th January.

    Let me correct that for you Robin, some of us had Yorkshire Puddings with our all you can eat breakfast @Rickyboy100 So now you really have seen it all. Thank you Robin for having a meet conveniently on a Sunday and next to the motorway, it's been great to meet you and the Yorkshire crew again. Her with her camera has been busy photographing everything in sight, brace yourself for the Motley Crue one up next. Robin and Simon entertained us with the snazzy Westfields Avoiding low bridges, important that in a Westfield Robin nearly got a dog as a passenger 2nd car park of the day Glen and I didn't go straight home, as we never do, and called in the Dog and Partridge on the Woodhead Road to see if it was suitable for a joint Manchester/Yorkshire/Peak District meet in the summer. @Paul Hurdsfield @Dave (OnliestSmeg) - Manchester AO The pub was good, car park was big and views were far reaching so it gets my vote. The car park Toasty inside, but I do mean for us all to meet up in the summertime The pub Thanks again Robin and everyone for making a great morning.
  4. Julie Hall - AO Representative, Peak District AO

    Yorkshire Breakfast meeting, 20th January.

    Er, yep, can't argue with that @Robin (Red Spider) - Yorkshire AO and the best bit is that we are coming in the MX5 and I will still be wrapped up
  5. Julie Hall - AO Representative, Peak District AO

    Happy birthday Matt

    Happy birthday Boris @MattV hope you having a good day From Glen and Julie xxx
  6. Julie Hall - AO Representative, Peak District AO

    Yorkshire Breakfast meeting, 20th January.

    Glen and I will be going, this is the Peak District today so we are heading up t'North for some fine Westie banter.
  7. Julie Hall - AO Representative, Peak District AO

    Mazda SDV, Build Number 3

    yes, yes, yes, it would look great
  8. Julie Hall - AO Representative, Peak District AO

    Buxton, Peak District, Sat 5th Jan

    We met in Baslow and promptly dumped Big Foot as Dave jumped into Andrew's car. We took a short drive in search of coffee and a real fire, with a cracking view out of the window. The driver of the SEiGHT parked in the safe and correct manner and I parked like I was on the sea front, only we don't have any sea in Derbyshire, well not in the last 330 million years anyway. The view The pub dates back to 1597 is claimed to be the highest pub in Derbyshire at 1300 feet. (Cat and Fiddle is in Cheshire - just) It has a real fire And barmaids that make you laugh. 'Come and have a sit in my car', I offered, so she did. Her reaction? 'there are no doors, there is no roof, urgh, I couldn't sit in that all day'. Oh dear. She was polishing the copper pots and was a bit concerned that she might get polish in the coffee, don't worry, we had cat poo (Kopi Luwak) on the go last week, polish is the last of our worries. Next we went not to the Knights Table, but to the Rambler Inn, a slight change of plan. Dave just about managed to get his grinning face into the car, I would say he was enjoying it rather a lot. We took a route up the Winnats Pass and down Mam Nick, taking in some of the best scenery the Peak District has to offer. The Rambler Inn No reverse parking today. Kinder Scout in the background. The Great Ridge in the foreground Some had healthy salad And some needed crampons to climb their lunch. The Mam Tor burger. Is this a left hand drive Westfield or has Dave got in the wrong side? Watch this space there could be a Honda engine for sale soon. After lunch Andrew demanded dessert and it would have been rude to refuse after he had come all this way, so we went to the pool cafe in Hathersage, a regular haunt for Glen and I after we have taken up our new hobby of outdoor swimming. It just happens to have a nice cafe attached to it. The outdoor pool The inevitable happened, millionaires shortbread, rhubarb flapjack and fresh baked scones. A great big thank you has to go to Andrew today, not just for driving 2 hours to get to the start point, but for inviting Dave to share his car too. I think Dave now wants heated seats and a change of engine. Thank you to Dave for putting the current upgrades on hold for a day and here's to V8's and plenty of bridges to drive under.
  9. Julie Hall - AO Representative, Peak District AO

    Buxton, Peak District, Sat 5th Jan

    ....plus the heated seats, plus the blanket, plus Dave has scuppered Glens plans of swapping cars, if he gets cold on my unheated seats . Dave - you need to turn RIGHT immediately after The Cavendish Hotel, car park is on your right Andrew - you need to turn LEFT just after The Wheatsheaf, past the Devonshire Arms and the car park is on the left Use your sat nav at your own peril and take your fingers out of your ears, I am talking to you See you in the morning guys, looking forward to it
  10. Julie Hall - AO Representative, Peak District AO

    DRL's - where to place them!

  11. Julie Hall - AO Representative, Peak District AO

    DRL's - where to place them!

    or a furcut
  12. Julie Hall - AO Representative, Peak District AO

    DRL's - where to place them!

    The ones under my headlights were from Maplin and the dots at the side of the number plate were cheapies off ebay.
  13. Julie Hall - AO Representative, Peak District AO

    Is there a competition going for least amount of miles driven in a year?

    Hi Terry, In the latest magazine, on the announcement of the winners of the Battle of the Odo's, I did give a special thanks to Mark Wendon, who entered by admitting he had done 329 miles in over 4 years, although Glen reckons he has pushed our car (out of the garage and back)further than he has driven it
  14. Julie Hall - AO Representative, Peak District AO

    New Years Day 11.00am Ca**ington Water

    Not wet at all, a lovely pinky sun set even, it's just that car park surface never seems to dry out. It was a good day, no Ferraris though, ha, they said it was too cold!!!! talking to the wrong breed with that one!
  15. Julie Hall - AO Representative, Peak District AO

    New Years Day 11.00am Ca**ington Water

    Did I just say 'it's not a run'? Well I lied, the sun was shining and the air was exceptionally clear, so it was a particularly beautiful run out. After a brew at Ca**ington with the Burton Car Club, the Westfields did what they are made to do, and moved it. We went to the only place we dare on a busy Bank Holiday and that was The Travellers Rest at Bradwell, we even got the same seat next to the fire, just like we did on the Santa Run. A great day out and thank you to @Martyn Vann - Joint Warwickshire AO and Sue for great company, both in and out of the cars. Michael, the head of the Burton Car Club It was really weird, I could take a panorama shot and I didn't have a load of monkeys dancing about in front of the lens, can't say I liked it as much though. Ca**ington Water, Derbyshires answer to the seaside And at The Travellers Rest, Bradwell
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