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03 Feb

Most people enjoyed a great breakfast in the Truck Stop cafe and plenty of conversation afterwards before drifting off their separate ways. First meeting back in Leeds after the summer break, with a planned showing of the DVD of this year's Trans-Pennine Run, kindly prepared and delivered on time by David Joy.

Add the wine, and boil until reduced to about 1 tbsp of liquid.

Held at The Spinning Wheel, Admiral Street, Dewsbury Road, Leeds, LS11 5NG. John Murphy, working lorries in the sixties and seventies. Alan Dean, Joe Dean Haulage, plus scenes from early rallies. Outside visit to the Nigel Gyte collection at Kiveton Park near Sheffield. For further information contact Chris Sant 01423 562360 JUNE 20th. Maurice is the Secretary of the West Yorkshire group of the National Vintage Tractor and Engine Club, so has an in-depth knowledge of tractors and farm machinery, but having spent his working life in commercial vehicles, he has a wide knowledge of road transport too.

Parkin, Cutsyke, Castleford" in gold lettering on the sides, and took numerous photos of it with my Brownie 127 camera.

That love of vintage machinery is still alive and well in the Parkin family, the guest for our October meeting being Kevin Parkin, grandson of the aforementioned H Parkin.

The subject for the evening's entertainment had of course been arranged sometime in advance; it always seems a good idea to arrange something like this for the darkest evenings of winter - just to remind ourselves of what the sun looks like! A very cold, snowy night in January seemed a good time to remind ourselves of a warm summer's day on Harrogate Stray surrounded by around 200 vintage commercials. Bring your vehicle evening, in conjunction with York Historic Vehicle Group at Squires Cafe, on the B1222 at Newthorpe, near Sherburn In Elmet, West Yorkshire. ( just off junction 42 on the A1M ) All vehicles welcome, For information contact Chris Sant, 01423 562360, or Peter Wray, (York Historic Vehicle Group), 01904 704610. Our thanks to David, for his fine filming of the event and editing it onto DVD and also to Peter Seaword for bringing his own DVD projector allowing us to view it on the big screen. ------------------------ YORKSHIRE AREA DECEMBER MEETING. As has become something of a tradition here in the Yorkshire Area, our December guest speaker was well-known, Bradford-based, authority on all things vintage, Maurice Craven, who, true to form, gave us a most interesting and informative evening. The second DVD filmed from a cherry picker, hired specially for the occasion by David, shows all the entrants arriving at Harrogate Stray on what luckily for us, was a bright and sunny day with no soft areas of the grass.Ingredients 2tbsp olive oil 1 leek, sliced 1 head of fennel, chopped 1 clove of garlic, chopped A glass of white wine 3 ripe tomatoes, chopped Stock as above Pinch of saffron strands 1lb/450g fish pieces cut into 1in/3cm cubes Heat the olive oil in a large pan and add the leek, fennel and garlic. Gently drop in the fish and reduce the heat so the fish poaches gently. Cook gently for 10-15 minutes until really soft but not coloured. DVD of the 2018 Trans-Pennine Run, filmed by David Joy. (Sunday) Bring your vehicle day at Exelby Services Truckstop, Leeming Bar, North Yorkshire.

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