The 2017 Weaver Wander will be staged on Saturday, 27th May 2017 and we have planned a 60 mile navigation run through the Cheshire & Shropshire countryside to the British Iron Work centre near Oswestry. As in previous years, we will be offering a shorter route plan for those who wish to have a rather more leisurely drive to the lunch stop. We will also be able to use the outstanding facilities of Reaseheath College in Nantwich for assembly and registration from 08.30hrs., where breakfasts will be available for purchase. The start will again take place in Nantwich Town Square, where the first car will depart at around 09.30hrs.
The lunch time destination will give crews an opportunity to enjoy the splendid ‘The British Ironwork Centre’ near Oswestry, which has a tea shop/cafe and ample grass areas for picnics. The centre’s main attraction is a collection of ‘steel’ animals and sculptures from the wild and exotic to the charmingly familiar along with some very interesting shops and demonstrations. Further details on the centre can be found atwww.britishironworkcentre.co.uk There will be a slight change to the format of the ‘Wander’ this year, in that we will be holding the presentation of the ‘Melvyn Reynolds’ award at the Ironworks centre at around 2.30 p.m. for the crew that best displays the ‘Spirit of the Event’. Period dress in keeping with your car is not compulsory but is encouraged. The other awards, namely ‘Best Car’ & ‘Best Club Presentation’ will also be judged and presented at the Centre. We will not be planning a route book for the return journey back to Nantwich due to the very broad area from which we receive entries – in other words, ‘Going home is up to you!’ Entry forms can be downloaded from the ‘Entry Form’ tab as a pdf file accessed via the Weaver Wander website: - www.weaverwander.co.uk
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