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The Christmas Luncheon for 2019 was once again held at Ross, with some 60 members attending. A delicious fully-catered meal was provided free to those attending, and a great time was enjoyed by all. The weather outside was a bit mediocre, but inside there was fun and warmth. A great day. Thanks to Robert and Grant for the photos.
Originally intended as a run to Derwent Bridge, this had to be re-directed due to bad weather conditions. So a run to Dunalley for lunch was substituted. Some 12 members attended, and enjoyed full sunshine and a great meal at the Dunalley Hotel.
Some 6-8 cars enjoyed a "cool, dry and comfortable" run to the Great Lake in October, where they enjoyed a terrific meal at the under-new-management Great Lake Hotel. A most enjoyable day.
Several Southern members joined the PVCC in a run to Orford in September. A bright sunny day, with a great meal afterwards.
Members recently enjoyed a pleasant run via the Channel to Margate, where they had an enjoyable lunch at Brook Fields.
JCCT members from across the state attended this year's 'Picnic at Ross' event. Our thanks to Liam for these pictures, showing just a few of the hundreds of cars on display.
This year's event had to relocated from the Great Lake area to Longford, due to the recent bushfires. A group of some 20 people attended, with Barry Wiggins receiving the Perpetual Trophy for the greatest distance travelled to the event.
Several members attended the mixed-club 'Classics on the Coast' event at Triabunna recently. Over 300 cars were on display, along with live music and great local catering. A great day.
A large group of 15 cars made their way to the Lalla Art Gallery, before moving on to the nearby Rhododendron gardens. Willing members manned the barbecues, and snags and hamburgers were provided. Perfect weather, and a most enjoyable and relaxing day.
A small fleet of cars made the lengthy run to Strathgordon recently. Blessed with beautiful weather, the scenery was spectacular.
A group of nine cars made a crossing to the beautiful Bruny Island recently. Member Dan obliged a newly-wed Asian couple with pictures seated in his XK120. Lunch was at the Bruny Island Hotel. A great day, lots of fun.
A slightly smaller turnout of members to this year's AGM. Following the proceedings, a free lunch was provided, along with desserts to die for!
A good turnout of cars made the most of a rare sunny day recently to make a run from Westbury, via the back roads to Christmas Hills. There we enjoyed a great lunch. Thanks to Danny and Howard for the photos.
About 40 people attended the annual Christmas in July function, and were treated to a wonderful feast. Guest speaker Barry Oliver was most entertaining, speaking about his experiences in motor racing in Tasmania.
As part of a long-weekend getaway, members had a run to Bracknell in perfect weather. A great lunch at the Bracknell pub!
A pleasant drive to Eagle Hawk Neck and Port Arthur, with a great lunch.
A few JCCT members attended the recent Deloraine Car Show. Some great cars of all marques on show.
The 2018 Ian Cummins Memorial Run went to Swansea, with cars from both north and south attending. A great day, although very hot...
A great selection of cars attended the first EuroSports event for 2018.
An extremely successful rally, with excellent weather throughout. Numbers were down slightly in the Concours event, but everyone had a great time.
The 2012 JCCT State Rally was held in Launceston, with the Concours at the historic Entally estate. A very successful day, in spite of the extremely hot weather!
The 2011 JCCT State Rally was held in Hobart. Unfortunately the Saturday Concours was conducted in atrocious conditions, and we had to retire to a nearby car park to complete the judging.