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‘Mullin’ Around’

‘A great night out for enthusiasts and their partners’

The 2300 Club is planning a trip down memory lane in September.

An evening of ‘Mullin’ Around’ is being staged at Nelson Cricket Club on Thursday, September 28 and, as the title suggests, it’s all about the Tour of Mull Rally.

Anyone who has an interest in the event, be it competitor, official or spectator, is warmly invited to an evening of nostalgia about The Best Rally in the World, which the 2300 Club ran for over 40 years.

“It’s a very informal evening, there are no guest speakers or forum. It’s just the chance for Mull enthusiasts to get together and exchange their own stories,” explained organiser Pete Kenyon.

“We will have a selection of films from old Tour of Mull rallies playing in the background, a raffle, and a potato pie supper.”

All proceeds from the evening will go to charities including one in memory of 2300 Club member Simon Bibby, who recently passed away.

“Simon was a much-loved and much-missed friend. He was an avid supporter of the club and the Tour of Mull, volunteering as Chief Marshal for many years before fulfilling the same role on the Andy Mort Tour,” explained Pete.

*’Mullin’ Around’ is at Nelson Cricket Club, Surrey Road BB9 7TY (the venue will be arrowed), starting at 7pm, with food served at 8pm Tickets are £7-50 per head and partners are very welcome. To book your place, please contact: Arlene Calvert (07969-815052) / Pete Kenyon (07889-486185) / Stuart Pye (07928-372114) or email: secretary@2300club.org

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