Events planned for 2017
April: Drive-it-Day. A visit to Nuffield House, Henley-on-Thames (NT). the former home of Lord Nuffield,
the founder of the Morris Motor Company and one of the most remarkable men of the 20th Century.
June: GKOC Summer Weekend, based at Wroughton, nr. Swindon. Blessed with fine weather, the week-end was a resounding success.
the trip to Avebury was both instructive and interesting -it is now a World Heritage Site One of our members lives locally and provided refreshments as well as much of local interest there. This was followed by a trip to the village of Laycock and the 800 year old Manor House. A National Trust Property with a difference as one is allowed to use the furniture and equipment contained there. There was also a competition to find as many “Chalk white horses” out of the 14 available (not counting the ‘mobile variety’). The following dday, we had a trip to the Atwell-Wilson Motor Museum at Calne. A good varied collection of motor vehicles well worth seeing but, not surprisingly, there was not a GK to be found there. Members came from all over the country including two previous owners from Norwich.
November: The Lancaster Classic Car Show at the N E C in Birmingham.
This year, we have drawn the short straw (someone has to make space)
and the Club will not be exhibiting the cars. Hopefully, back in 2018
July: Magic Day, Castel Combe, Wiltshire
a Charity event run by the Under 17 Motor Club
August: Grand European Tour to Schleswic-Holstein, Northern Germany, organised by a Local Member
September: The First GKOC Annual General Meeting
Concorde Classic Car Show. A Prestigious Show in the GK’s Home Town.
Former Employees Lunch, Hampshire.
A Great Opportunity to ‘Meet the Makers’
Visit to Leeds Castle Flower Show, Kent
Gordon Keeble cars lined up outside the Hotel
Taking the picture
The Main Street at Laycock,
the Village, near Avebury
In the Atwell-Wilson Motoring Museum at Calne, Wiltshire
The Gordon Keeble came in at Position 20
with the Morris Minor being the overall winner
in the recent Practical Classics magazine
The Humber car shown here uses the
Gordon Keeble headlight Bezels which might
explain the current shortage of them
The Gordon Keeble Owners Club Official Website