March Club Night (Tomorrow!)

Mar 4, 2019

TOMORROW NIGHT Aaron from LowRange Adventure will giving a presentation for the March Club Night. Featuring tagalong tours anywhere from the plains of morroco or the green grass of home.
There will be supper available for those that want it @£2.50 pp (normally a hearty classic like hot pot)
Don’t be shy treat the other half to a night out!

Jon McKeown will be doing membership renewals and I do believe Nichola Hansen will have news about next years club bash!

Tuesday 7.45pm 5th March
Red Rose Land Rover Club
St Chads Parish Centre
Whittle le Woods


War Of The Roses 2019 Booking Form

Feb 21, 2019

In 2019 Red Rose will be returning to the beautiful village of Cartmel for the War of the Roses weekend to celebrate the 32nd year of the War of the Roses. There is something for everyone to do from entering in one of our trials, to a quiet walk around the hills or simply relaxing on the campsite or having a stroll into the village for a bit of retail therapy.

Please find booking forms and booking instructions attached to this post.


Andy Akers

Comp Secretary

Invite Letter – War Teams 2019.doc


Entry Form – War Teams 2019.doc

March Club Night Presentation

Jan 15, 2019

Aaron from Low Range Adventure will be giving a talk at the March club night.
For all those with itchy feet Low Range Adventure may be able to help. They offer guided Overland Expeditions across the UK, Europe and North Africa allowing you to visit locations and drive terrain you never though was possible from the comfort of your own 4×4.


Monthly club nights are held on the first Tuesday of every month from 7:30pm at St Chads Parish Centre, Town Ln, Whittle-le-Woods, Chorley PR6, UK

Further details can be found within the events page of the website, and on the Facebook page.

Annual Club Green Road Run – 6th January 2019

Nov 29, 2018

Missed out on this years green lane runs don’t worry the next one is on 6th January 2019



This green lane run will take place on Sunday 6th January 2019 and visit our traditional driving area of south Cumbria. Since there have been marked changes to the management of many of the more demanding lanes, under the Hierarchy of Trail Routes initiative and the NERC act legislation, around twenty routes are now unavailable and others have become one-way making the development of continuous itineraries difficult. There has been a marked lack of management over the last few years combined with marked storm damage, which has resulted in more challenging driving with more need for localised marshalling. It is therefore possible that some scratching of paintwork may occur, particularly with larger vehicles. Roof-racks can be susceptible to catching on low branches. I need to know vehicle types to create sensible groups that will not be varied except in exceptional circumstances.



The rendezvous for the day will be M6 Burton (Kendal South) motorway service area, which is just inside Cumbria 3 miles north of junction 35 Carnforth. The time for arrival is 9.30am to get groups assembled and set off by 10.00am. For everyone, bring recovery equipment, maps, mobile phone, CB, food and drink, warm/waterproof clothes for the day, this is a family fu day



All groups will be a maximum of four vehicles including the leader. If you have maps and a navigator please volunteer to lead since any shortfall in leaders will result in groups not going. All drivers must be members of RRLRC. I will send itineraries with map references of lanes to group leaders a week or so before the run.



We will continue to keep the event free of charge, but will be asking for voluntary contributions on the day to support LARA, the national body that protects our interests in access to our recreation.





Booking form to be returned by 4th December 2018 by post (no verbal or telephone bookings) to:


Roger Wright, 51 Blackburn Road, Whittle le Wood, Chorley, PR6 8LF.


Or via email to:


No applications will be accepted after the 04/12/18


Green Lane Info & form Jan2019.doc


Chairman’s Words November 2018

Nov 24, 2018
Hello, I hope you are all looking forward to the the December club night, let’s hope Santa finds the time to drop in. Well that’s the RTV season over, I would personaly like to thank Simon Wigman for letting me use his car for most off it, I wonder who is ahead in the points. We are still looking for a clerk of course for the CCV at Hamilton hill in December, please let Andy know if you can help out. Just a reminder – Have you put your entry forms in for the annual green lane run in January ?? I would like to wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy and Prosperous New Year. I Look forward to seeing many of you at the events in 2019. best wishes Alastair

Chairmans Words – September 2018

Sep 18, 2018

Hello Red Rose Members,


The time has come, yes the AGM is on 2nd of October club night.


Obviously all positions on the committee are up for taking, but we are desperate for internal and external social, we did need a magazine editor but thankfully Mr Cornwell Snr has stepped in.


On the magazine we have struggled this year, but if we don’t have volunteers to help the tasks won’t get done.


As for club nights with no internal social, speakers are not getting invited, we rely on the same members to step up to serve the food and take payment, don’t get me wrong the committee are very great full, but we have 153 members that could help.


External social is being broken up in to events that non committee members are taking on (and doing a great job) could you help too ?


We are always on the lookout for trial land, the way Ince site is being developed I think we may lose it in the next few years or it will be too flat to be of any use to us.


As your out going Chairman (if I’m not voted back in) I would like to personally thank, club members, committee members, clerks, marshals, land owners, sponsors, and all the helps behind the scenes, we really couldn’t do it without you.


We are all busy people, we all have lives, but if we don’t muck in and help, there will be less events, less socials, and less trials, it’s your club ! What do you want from it in the next 12 months.


Kind regards,


Alastair Hayhurst.


Chairman RRLRC.

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