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Mr. C. G. Howard, the Secretary of the Lancashire County Cricket Club, tells us that a number of Clubs in the North-West of England have made use of the large car park outside the Old Trafford cricket ground to hold driving test meetings. The fee for the use of the park for a complete Sunday is £10 10s., which would, of course, go towards the funds of the cricket club.

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Following our announcement that the V.W. Club Wales had been formed, Mr. K. M. Corbishley, of Kingsley, Trevor Road, Prestatyn, North Wales, has asked us to announce that he is forming a North Wales branch of the Volkswagen Owners’ Club. Interested parties are asked to contact him at the above address or at the Express Cafe, 48, Kinmel Street, Rhyl.

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The North London Enthusiasts Car Club’s Annual Dinner-Dance takes place on January 8th. Tickets, price 32s. 6d. each are available from E. W. Yelland, 95, Tintern Way, Harrow, Middlesex.

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Following the success of the first meeting of the Hog’s Back and Surrey Group of the Forces’ Motoring Club a number of other events have been arranged. On Friday, January 8th, there will be a film show at the Plough Inn, Bletchingly, starting at 7.30 p.m. and on Wednesday, February 17th, starting at 8 p.m., a Table Top rally will be held at the Newlands Corner Hotel, near Guildford. All service and ex-service men and Women will be welcomed to any of the above meetings.

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The Annual Film Show of the O.R.M.A., the supporters club of the B.R.M. will be held on Tuesday, January 19th, commencing at 8 p.m. in the Town Hall, Kensington High Street, London, W.8. Admission will be free by ticket only, which are obtainable from O.R.M.A., P.O. Box 323, Kent House, Market Place, Oxford Circus, London. W.1, on receipt of a s.a.e. The annual dance of the O.R.M.A. will be held on Friday, February 26th, from 8 p.m. to midnight at the Paviours Arms, Page Street, Westminster, S.W.1. Tickets, price one guinea (double) and 12s 6d. (single) are available from the above address.