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Peterborough Volunteer Fire Brigade

Land Rover 88 inch Forward Control Fire Appliance.

Peterborough Volunteer Fire Brigade is a registered charity, started in 1884. It is a unique organisation under contract to provide fire cover for Cambridgeshire Fire & Rescue Service. We operate as an on-call station but the Members provide their time free of charge.

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1-Ton 109″Land-Rovers 1968-77

One of the rarest production Land-Rovers, with only about 700 manufactured, about 60 survive of which only 10-12 are still on the road.

www.onetonlandrovers.co.uk

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Event T-shirts and Hoodies now available to pre-order with FREE UK delivery

Items must be pre-ordered, there will be no items available for sale at the show.

IF YOU WOULD PREFER TO ARRANGE COLLECTION FROM THE SHOW, PLEASE EMAIL clrgathering@keypublishing.com

Available in sizes XS to 3XL for £19.99 for collection from the Gathering.

Please click ‘Merchandise’ button above.

Available in sizes XS to 5XL for £29.99 for collection from the Gathering

Please click ‘Merchandise’ button above.

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Guest Speaker – Colonel John Blashford-Snell CBE

We are excited to announce Colonel John Blashford-Snell CBE will be at the Classic Land Rover Gathering 2021on SATURDAY to talk about the Crossing of the Darien Gap Expedition which he led in 1971/72, using 1 very trusted Land Rover and 2 of the first Range Rovers.

It was probably the most challenging expedition John has led shown in dramatic film footage which he will present in addition to his talk.

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NEW VENUE AND DATE

As a result of the pandemic we needed to find a new venue for our first Classic Land Rover Gathering and feel that Lower Farm, Skillington provides the perfect location, in rural Lincolnshire.

The next problem, with the continuing third lockdown in the UK is the timing, and we hope that pushing the date back to the weekend of 24-25 July 2021, gives us the best chance of finally being able to host the event.

Any tickets purchased for the 2020 event which have not been reimbursed will obviously remain valid for 2021 and tickets will go back on sale soon, and we hope you will join us in July.

If you have any queries regarding the event please get in touch at clrgathering@keypublishing.com

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Redmoon Overland Equipment

Suppliers of 4×4 Overland Equipment.

Redmoon may be a new name in the 4×4 world. But we have used 4x4s in a business environment for over thirty years, also for pleasure, travel and a dip into competitive events.

Our aim is to bring innovative products to market, or refresh products adding a twist to durability and updating usability.

07968 593685redmoon.overland@gmail.com

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Land Rover Series 2 Club

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Counter Rivet Ltd

https://www.facebook.com/counterrivetltd/ gaffer@counterrivet.com

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Project Jay

The Land Rover Discovery. 31 years old

In the mid 1980s, a new Land Rover model was being designed under the code name Project Jay, subsequently named Discovery.  At the 1989 Press and Dealer launch in Plymouth there were 86 cars, all with consecutive registration numbers from G451WAC to G537WAC, enthusiast call them “gee-wacks”. (G-WAC)

In 2007, a few owners of these early cars met at the Heritage Motor Centre, Gaydon, and formed a group called the Project Jay Preservation Group to find the launch cars and any other Jay of interest. Jays were built from 1989 to 1993, which we know as the ‘200’.  The ‘300’ had the code name Romulus.

The group have found 22 launch cars that are still “alive”; together with several other factory registered G-WACs that were used in the factory demonstration fleet, and as test cars.  The group formed a club in January 2019 and have a website at www.pjpg.co.uk

Roy Preston, Chairman, Project Jay Preservation Group chairman@pjpg.co.uk

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Series One Club

The Land Rover Series One Club was formed in 1979 by three enthusiasts for those interested in early Land Rovers, it has since grown to be the largest Land Rover club in the world now with over 3,000 members across the globe.

We publish a bimonthly magazine, Legend, its contents include photographs, historical and technical information as well as forthcoming events.

The Club’s website (www.lrsoc.com) contains Land Rover Technical bulletins, past editions of the club magazine and the world’s largest web based collection of Series One photographs. Our extremely active forum, provides a point of contact for members from all over the world

We can supply extensive range of original and remanufactured parts and also have appointed technical officers who specialise in particular models and can offer expert help.

Visit our stand to learn more or join us.

www.lrsoc.com

membership@lrsoc.com

https://www.facebook.com/LRSOC/

https://www.facebook.com/groups/LRSOC/