I order to mark the 21st Anniversary of the first Singer National Weekend, Singer Owners Club is planning the biggest-ever celebration of all things Singer.
A four-day event based in the Cotswolds following a cavalcade of some 50 Singers from Barnsley to Cirencester, will include a gathering sponsored by Peugeot/Talbot at the Cotswold Motor Museum and a dinner-dance at which Motor’s artist Paddy (who witnessed the Singer multiple-crash during the 1935 TT) will be the guest-speaker.
This will lead up to Singer National Day itself on Sunday June 26 at the Costwold Wildlife Park near Burford. As many as 150 Singers will attend, and famous racing machines are expected from Mike Bird (1935 TT car), Terry Barnes (1 1.2 litre Le Mans works car), Don Bingham (1933 Le Mans car) and J Saroye (special-bodied Le Mans car united with 80-year-old M Saroye). Clubs within the Association of Rootes Group organisations are invited.
For further details contact P Barnes, 80 Buckingham Road, Hampton, Middlesex.