Ballarat weekend update

Ballarat weekend update 1 AND 2 FEBRUARY The first event of the new year is the annual Ballarat weekend on 1 and 2 February (before the February meeting). It will involve a real Peugeot experience, starting with lunch at the Vaggs’ compound, then a pleasant scenic drive, a relaxed and inexpensive dinner, and a great drive to lunch on the Sunday, with a winery visit thrown in for good measure. Please note: the planned Napoleons motorkhana has been cancelled for reasons beyond our control. Getting to Ballarat from Melbourne is easy; just follow the Western Freeway and take the third Ballarat exit (the Midland highway, A300), turning right towards Creswick and drive about 2km until you see the Peugeot flags on the left. This is the Vaggs’ property, at 747 Midland Highway. We will visit Glenn Vagg’s Peugeot history shed from 11am on the Saturday. If you haven’t seen Glenn’s shed before, you really should. As well as some great cars, he has all sorts of Peugeot models, literature and promotional material. BYO food and drink. There will be a barbecue available if you wish to use it, and lunch will be followed by a pleasant afternoon drive in the environs of Ballarat, planned by Glenn and Paula, who have promised to find us some hidden gems as well as a great coffee stop. Our casual dinner will be at 6.30pm at the Sebastopol Bowling Club, which is on the left of the Midland Highway near the Begonia City Motor Inn, where some people will be staying on Saturday night. You may still be able to book a room; call the motel direct on 03 5335 5577, or go to [1]. If you are planning to come to the dinner, please notify Paula by Wednesday 29 January or earlier if possible, either on 0407 271 972 or email [2]. The Sunday program will begin with a gathering at Vaggs’ from 9.30am. About 10.15 we will move to Pipers By The Lake on Lake Wendouree for a relaxed coffee and chat. After coffee we will head to Ballan via the old Melbourne Road, for a casual lunch. (If you plan to come for lunch please notify Paula, as above.) For those with time to spare we will then head out to St Anne’s winery for some tasting before an easy drive home. You can come to either the Saturday or Sunday event, you don’t have to take part in both. It’s always a great weekend, so come along and have some fun. Links: —— [1] [2]

This entry was posted in Featured. Bookmark the permalink. Both comments and trackbacks are currently closed.
  • Upcoming Events

    1. July Club Meeting

      7 July @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
    2. Bastille Day Lunch

      16 July
    3. Winter Wander

      29 July - 30 July
    4. August Club Meeting

      4 August @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
    5. Fire Services Museum Visit

      27 August
    6. September Club Meeting

      1 September @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
  • PCCV Facebook Feed

    Fantastic little car - my very first car was a 205 Diesel, couldn't resist this whilst on holiday in Adelaide last year... Quel Sacre Numero :-) ... See MoreSee Less

    View on Facebook

    I'm yet to join the pccv but am looking for a mechanic to help me with a 1960 403 that I have just purchased. ... See MoreSee Less

    View on Facebook

    Spotted this at Imlachs yesterday. ... See MoreSee Less

    View on Facebook

    ... See MoreSee Less

    View on Facebook
WP-Backgrounds Lite by InoPlugs Web Design and Juwelier Schönmann 1010 Wien