A year after setting the record, we absolutely smash it!
Last year's AGM was great. To see so many Probes in one place was fantastic. This year we did it again, in style!
Following last year's enjoyable camp site meet many more members and non-members decided to join in and build on the friendly atmosphere. The first to arrive was Mike Seddon who pitched on Thursday, and the crowd gathered to include a massive 23 Probes by Saturday evening. Even the rain came to join in, but it didn't spoil the evening as several members had brought gazebos we could shelter under with our BBQs
The serious bit came at mid-day when we held the club's Annual General Meeting. There's been a bit of a shake up this year as Paul Player stepped down from his role as President, and Eddie Palmer stepped down from the committee. Steve Smith now takes the President slot, Brian O'Keefe is now the club's Chairman (new role for 2003) and Pete Shaw takes the Events co-ordinator role. Paul Solecki now looks after the web site responsibilities, and Helen continues to look after the membership.
We also had a small award ceremony. This was based on votes from several un-biased judges.
Most original Probe: Andrew Kimber (2nd year running!)
Lowest miles on a Probe: Richard Snell
Highest miles on a Probe: Lawrence Collins
Furthest travelled to the AGM: Leonard Hornsey (Leornard lives in the Caribbean and had his UK Probe exported there last year!)
Most unusual modification/accessory: Steve Smith (Custom fuel cap modification)
Biggest contribution to the club durning the past year: Eugene Benjamin. (The trophy was hand made by Brian O'Keefe and is intended to be passed to someone else next year ( see the pic to the right)
Heather o Keefe
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