News Events Forum Runs Members Links Drive Guide Join Help
Next Events
Central - 28th Jan 2018
Sunday Lunch, Gatehead

Tayside - 31st Mar 2018
Balloch

Grampian - 14th Feb 2018
Pub Meet (Valentines)

Highland - 27th Jan 2018
Bowling

Past Events
Central - 10th Dec 2017
Christmas Lunch

Tayside - 13th Jan 2018
Tayside AGM & Planning

Grampian - 14th Jan 2018
Foosty Turkey (Planning Meet)

Highland - 9th Dec 2017
CHRISTMAS PARTY





Events

Ayrshire Run.
Sun 9th Mar 2008
organised by Central Scotland

Car Count : 21
 
[ show event report ]

The yearly Ayrshire Run and Quiz.
Lunch will be at the Malin Court.


Run organiser Douglas.
Quiz organiser Phil.

Directions to meeting point...
Malletsheugh Inn
Ayr Road,
Newton Mearns,
Glasgow,
G77 6RT

If you're travelling on the M77 from Glasgow/Edinburgh
Leave at Junction 5, and stay in the right hand lane of the Exit Road until you come to the Junction Roundabout, signal right, and take the 3rd Exit, Signposted Floak, and Newton Mearns, at the T junction, Turn Right towards Newton Mearns, and follow the road for approx 0.7 miles, you will cross back over the motorway on the overhead bridge, take the next turn on the right after you cross the bridge into car park.

Coming from Lanarkshire and East Kilbride, take the Eaglesham bypass until it ends/meets with Jct 5 of the M77, take second exit Signposted Floak, and Newton Mearns, at the T junction, Turn Right towards Newton Mearns, and follow the road for approx 0.7 miles, you will cross back over the motorway on the overhead bridge, take the next turn on the right after you cross the bridge into car park.


Malin Court Menu �14.00pp inc Coffee.

Slices of melon and fruits laced with passion fruit syrup
Chicken liver pate served with crusty garlic bread and redcurrant jelly
Smoked mackerel served with crisp salad leaves
Soup of the day

���

Roast rib of Scottish beef with Yorkshire puddings and rosemary gravy
Smoked haddock glazed with a cheese and leek sauce
Breast of chicken in a peppercorn sauce
Mushroom and roasted red pepper risotto

���

Baked rice pudding
Raspberry mousse
Fresh fruit salad with sorbet
Arran brie with celery, grapes and oatcakes

���

Coffee and shortbread


Event Images

no images have been uploaded for this event

[Click here to upload your image(s)]
(A guide can be found on the help pages)

Your Comments
9th Mar 2008 22:35 :: David & Heather
A great run today - even the weather held out for us. Thanks to Douglas and Gordon - shame Phil couldn't make it.  Looking forward to the Easter run next.

9th Mar 2008 23:19 :: Rob and Margaret
Many thanks to Douglas, Gordon and Janice for a great day, wonderful roads, food and company.
Get well soon Phil, we missed the quiz.

10th Mar 2008 09:07 :: dot and chas
A fantastic day,great roads,great company,great food,even great weather ,well apart from the hailstones!Thanks to all involved in the organisation and to all those leading/tail end charlies.Sorry Phil didn't make it!

10th Mar 2008 09:16 :: Gordon & Janice
Great day out, we had a fantastic time. Many thanks to Douglas for planning it and Rob & Margaret for being superb "tail gunners".
Shame Phil couldn't make it though.

10th Mar 2008 15:39 :: Douglas
Can\'t put car count or report on just now, bit of a conflict with the new updated php.
21 cars.
A great day considering how bad the forecast was, had the hood down the whole day except for the 5 minute hail shower.
Just like to thank Gordon & Janice for their help and for leading group 2, for John Sim and Rob for being tail gunners and a big big thanks to Heather Inglis for taking the lunch orders before we left, sorry you didn\'t make it Phil, get well soon.

11th Mar 2008 10:45 :: John & Heather
Good day out - malin Court as usual was superb, many thanks to all concerned.

11th Mar 2008 16:15 :: Andrew "Snowcat"
If this is a 'normal' run for the club then count me in!

fun and challenging driving, friendly folks all around and good food in the belly to boot!

Moment of the day for me was as we went into the high stuff towards the end of the forest drive. A little 'Affro Celt' on the radio, ducking and diving in the cliffside twisties and those massive windmills majestically turning in the background. Almost felt like a movie... ;-)

Name :
Email : *not displayed
Comment :

<< Back to Central previous events
Web by Simon © 2004