Dubs in 't Dales

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937carrera
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Dubs in 't Dales

Post by 937carrera » 30th September 2018 - 3:51pm

We went to dubsin'tdales today and I managed to take a few photos

First of all a notch that I don't think we have seen before. Ex Australia

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Then Jakes fastback (AKA Chinos old fasty), good to meet you Jake, my nearest club member I think

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and finally my 412 variant

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Quite a decent attendance for a 7 year old show at the end of the season :thumbsup:
David
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1973 412LE 4 door Fastback / Saloon

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Re: Dubs in 't Dales

Post by broady_6 » 1st October 2018 - 7:44am

Looks like a pleasant place to spend a few hours. May consider this one next year, how much is entry? Where is it? Where is the on site food supply like?
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Re: Dubs in 't Dales

Post by 937carrera » 1st October 2018 - 9:34am

http://www.dubsintdales.co.uk/

Located at Camp Katur, near Bedale, it's just off the A1 a bit North of Dishforth, before Leeming Bar

Entry was £6.50 for adults, £3.50 for kids. Very much a weekend camping event, three big fields all sold out,

There was a broad range of choice of food, seemed decent quality and not silly prices, but we didn't try any.
David
1974 412LS Variant
1973 412LE 4 door Fastback / Saloon

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Re: Dubs in 't Dales

Post by jake@facewest.co.uk » 9th October 2018 - 9:03pm

Hi David.

Nice to meet you last week.

Was a really nice day out. A small and friendly show. Worth the trip if you are nearby.

Cheers

Jake

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