Sunday 13th February 2022 – Echunga Oval, Echunga
Dear All British Day Entrant,
From our recent committee meeting, I am pleased to advise that we are still proceeding with our plans to host All British Day next February. To date we have not had any feedback from SA Health regarding our application, therefore as previously advised we will keep forging ahead. However, we do not know what decisions we may or not make between now and next February.
A change for All British Day 2022 will be to the format of the program, as we have had to re allocate our resources to ensure that we can do our best to be Covid compliant. We are proposing to publish an abridged program and all the entrant’s data normally published in the hard copy program will be loaded on to our website instead. Rest assured; the content of the data will be no different to what we have previously published in the program.
By introducing this change we can release labour to help run the event. With five feature events, there will certainly be interesting articles to read!
• British Working Wheels
• 60 Years of the E Type Jaguar
• 100 years of the Austin 7
• 120 years of Norton
• 120 years of Triumph
As is our usual custom you can book your Sporting Car Club British Breakfast held at Mylor via our entry form. We do also have memorabilia for sale for the avid collectors amongst you.
Looking ahead to the day, if you have a vehicle that you would like to be considered for one of the feature displays, please indicate this to us.
Britain’s Working Wheels could be represented by push bikes, small motor bikes, larger capacity motor bikes (eg police) or outfits, or small runabout company cars, middle management and upper management saloons up to vice regal and commonwealth cars. The armed forces and business and agriculture have all been supported by British engineering as well.
We will be opening the website for entries 27/9/2021 and closing it 1/11/2021 so please get in early. We do have a limit on how many vehicles that we can park within the grounds, and we would hate you to miss out.
There have been changes to our terms and conditions since 2020 so please visit our website.
The committee and I are looking forward to All British Day 2022.
See You There!
President All British Day