To be entered in this year’s event please make sure you complete all sections in full, including uploading a good quality Photo of your classic vehicle and a short write up for the souvenir programme.
Your entry application will only be accepted once payment has been received.
Please take time to read the Menu and some of last years Testimonials.
The £75 Entry Fee includes the following List:
– A Rally Plate
– Entry Fee (Includes 2 People)
– Full Access to Grittleton House
– Arrival Tea/Coffee
– Goodie Pack (1 per Vehicle)
– Souvenir Full Colour programme (1 per Vehicle)
– 85 mile (approx) Full Colour Route Booklet (1 per Vehicle)
– A Welcome Back Glass of Bucks Fizz
– Grittleton House will be supplying hand-made picnics using fresh ingredients which come beautifully prepared in a sealed disposable box
– Finishing Souvenir & Certificate (1 each per Vehicle)
– Professional Photos available for download
– 1920’s Photo Studio to Show Off Your Period Dress
(All dependant on government guidelines at the time)
2020 Entry Form
BACS Payments Only
Payable to: The Cotswold Classic Run
Sort Code: 23-05-80
Account Number: 38672614
IMPORTANT:When sending payment, please use your vehicle registration number and your surname as reference, so we can verify who is sending the payment.
Firstly, many thanks for organising a great event, we both thoroughly enjoyed it (well, the first half!) Hopefully you were given my message that I had decided to ‘retire’ Amy, our Austin 7.
About 12 miles from Fiennes there was a load ‘crack’ from the rear of the car whilst accelerating from a junction. Got out, had a look but nothing obvious so carried on. However, the handling was somewhat ‘alarming’ with much wandering and lurching to the left on acceleration.
Made it to Fiennes and jacked the car up to find the near side rear wheel with no drive. So possibly a broken half shaft or diff problem. To be honest, not sure how the car was actually driving along!! Given that I’ve only just had the rear axle rebuilt with new crown wheel & pinion, bearings, half shafts and hubs it will be interesting to see what the problem is.
Probably could have made it all the way, but didn’t want to risk more damage. The guys at Fiennes were really helpful and agreed they could sort it for me and even lent me the works van to drive home…….very impressive.
The joys of vintage motoring eh!!
Hope the rest of the event went well and will look forward to next year’s event.
Just returned home from the Cotswolds “Peaky Blinders” Run. What a fantastic day you and your team arranged- probably the best car club run I can remember. Well done on a fantastic effort.
We had a few photos taken in the “photo booth”, which we would love to have copies of. Our number was 38. Th3 photographers said they would note that against our photos.
I have attached a photo we took of ourselves at the start of the run.
Got to go now as the programme about us is going to start shortly!
Many thanks for arranging such a splendid day. Alison and I thoroughly enjoyed the rally, and meeting your good self.
Please pass on my thanks to your team. From the start, through the food and rally to the weather. Well done one and all.
The only downside was my dynostarter packing up on my 1928 MG. I’m not sure if I can blame any of you for that though. A winter job is always therapeutic.
Very best regards, and as ever, good motoring.
You promised us great things Stuart but it was a fantastic day that exceeded all expectations. The drive thro’ the Cotswolds was as scenic as I have ever enjoyed and they were looking their very best and despite the curved ball with a drop of rain after the coffee stop but the weather was overall close to perfect. We certainly entertained the plethora of Japanese visitors who seem to have taken over most of the picturesque Cotswold villages and no doubt pics of Classic & Historic’ s outing will be shared around many a household in Tokyo and beyond! ! The coffee stop at Fiennes Restoration was amazing and I don’t think many NHS hospitals could match the cleanliness of the restoration workshop …or the standard of ‘operations’ they clearly perform. The staff were all brilliant and friendly and very kind they should give up a day of their weekend for the Club.
Grittleton Hall was amazing. What a fantastic venue to start and finish at and again the staff, the catering, the singer and the gardens were all exemplary. At times wandering around it felt like being on a film set. And of course winning another award was the cream on the cake (if tad embarrassing!) and let’s hope our Champagne finale picture is as impressive as it felt! Val was a little concerned she would be too ‘stand out’ in her 20’s sequin dress but we were staggered and delighted so many (if not most) had put so much effort into the theme that really made the day unique.
We had a safe run home but were quite exhausted when we got here but the TR2 did not miss a beat. I say again it was undoubtedly the best Classic days motoring we have ever had and I have been at it since the 1970’s. I know a huge amount of behind the scenes effort goes into these things so many thanks to you, Lisa, your lovely daughter and the massive team that helped make this happen and run so smoothly.
We will be putting our names down again for next years event as soon as you open for bookings. In the meantime we will enjoy our trophy which Val deserves just a much as myself.
I am sure you have millions of pics but I’ve attached a few which you and the family feature in. I am sure your late Father was looking down with pleasure at what you have achieved.