24 November 2021

Terribly British Day

| James Coleman
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Terribly British Day organiser Horst Kirchner and his Triumph Stag. Photo: James Coleman.

2021 celebrates the 46th running of this event.

This year we celebrate the 60 th anniversary of the iconic E type Jaguar Terribly British Day is organised by the Triumph Car Club of the ACT, and is supported by the Council of ACT Motor Clubs.

Over 200 cars and bikes from the ACT and surrounding region, including Bathurst, Sydney, Southern Tablelands, Snowy Region, South Coast, Newcastle and the Riverina, will be on display.

Once again, this year is a special challenge because of COVID-19, so we encourage all visitors to abide by and follow the latest State Health rules and guidelines. We will have the COVID-19 QR code, and plenty of hand sanitiser around the site.

Our event is supported by the Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council (QPRC). We will have council representatives, and local heroes to assist with the judging.

Last year’s winners:

  • Ladies Choice, Phil & Maz Turner, Triumph TR2A
  • Gents Choice, Stuart Storey, Morris Minor, side-valve lowlight
  • Bikers Choice, Peter Davey, Brough Superior
  • Personalities Pick, Ian Kenny, 1928 Bentley
  • Club Shield, MG club

Shannons Insurance have supported us for many years and will again be onsite to help with all insurance queries. Food and drinks will be catered by Rotary Club Queanbeyan and local small businesses.

When: 10 am to 2 pm, Sunday 5 December
Where: Queanbeyan Park, Lowe and Campbell Street, Queanbeyan
Cost: Gold-coin donation, proceeds to go Respite Care Queanbeyan

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