The final two Historic Sporting Trials of the season are being held in December.
The first one is on Saturday 9th December – it’s the Kentish Border Car Club Monty Peters Trial, at Ashtree Farm, Teston Road, West Malling, Kent, ME19 5RL. You will find easy car parking and food will be available, at a small price, in a nice warm building with proper loos. Bring warm waterproof clothing and stout footwear, it may just be a little muddy in parts. If you feel as though you want to take on a more active role than that of spectator – why not offer your services as a marshal – you’ll be made very welcome.
The final trial this year is on Saturday 30th December – this is the 750 Motor Club’s Historic Plum Pudding Trial, at Head Down, Queen Elizabeth Country Park, Buriton, near Petersfield, Hants. GU31 5SN There is no charge for spectators, but please note there will not be any catering facilities on site so bring something with you. There will be a toilet tent or portaloo. Strong footwear/wellies are advisable. Please be aware, some parking areas are soft/slippery.
Both events will start at 10.30 but people tend to arrive from 9am onwards and you will find plenty of HSCC members taking part – so why not go along to cheer them on.