Liverpool Motor Club is celebrating it’s 110th Anniversary

By Chairman • October 10th, 2012

Liverpool Motor Club

is pleased to announce

A Celebration Dinner

commemorating the 110th Anniversary of the Club

At the Grange Hotel, Thornton Hough, near Neston

Saturday 3rd November 2012

This even has been & gone, so if you weren’t there you missed a great evening!

Liverpool Motor Club is 110

2012 marks the 110th Anniversary of the founding of Liverpool Motor Club, and to mark this milestone we are holding a Celebration Dinner that will be open to all members, past members, competitors, families and friends – in fact anyone who knows us!
We have lined up a superb venue, Thornton Grange at Thornton Hough, near Neston in the Wirral.
Whilst the venue can accommodate up to 200 people, we are limiting numbers to ensure everyone’s comfort and to include our roadshow display, as seen in March at the Manchester Classic Motor Show.
Local motoring enthusiast former Liverpool Echo & Daily Post motoring correspondent Michael Grummet is lined up on the grid as your speaker to give you the low-down on car manufacturers’ launches (and parties!!).
The date for the dinner (Jackets or Lounge Suits please) is Saturday 3rd November at 8pm. The doors will open at 6.30pm to give you time to look around the displays and meet up with friends. A three course meal will be provided, and drinks will be at normal pub bar prices.
The venue is readily accessible from the M56 and M53 mid-Wirral motorways and there is plenty of car parking on site.
In order to make the event especially attractive, ticket prices are being subsidised by the Club. Four years ago, the tickets for our Reunion Dinner at Aintree were £26 each excluding drinks. This time the ticket price is just £20 which includes two glasses of wine. We hope the low price offsets any extra cost if you are travelling from North of the Mersey!



I thought your members may be interested in a bit of local Sports Car Dealer history. I have recently created this web site about Dereliott Conversions and am in touch with both John & Derek who were members of the Liverpool Motor Club and the founders of the company, no doubt many of your members will remember Dereliott Conversions in Thurstaston Wirral and the cars they used to sell and service.




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