Welcome to GBBCC
for another busy year with a wide
variety of interesting events
Adopt-A-Highway Fall Cleanup – October 1st 2017
With what started off to be cool and windy morning, the day turned out to be a very nice, Autumn day. Fifteen members, (one on the disabled list), turned out to carry out our community commitment of picking up trash in the Grey County Adopt-a-Highway program on our designated section of Grey Road 2, which we have been doing since 2006.
Many thanks to all of you (see below) for taking time from your busy schedule to suit up in the reflective vests and rubber gloves to carry out our commitment.
Pop Up Run – September 6th 2017
15 members with a total of 9 cars enjoyed an afternoon drive to the beautiful village of Creemore, organized at short notice by Mike Arkless, as an informal and impromptu event.
With the help of George Christie, we explored some wonderful driving roads along the Pretty River, through to Singhampton and then to Creemore where the members enjoyed a variety of activities - including shopping, a visit to a cafe and a pub.
Five members joined a tasting and guided tour of the Creemore Brewery. This is highly recommended for anyone who has not enjoyed this experience before - well worth the hour that we spent there.
We were joined on the drive by two new GBBCC members, David and Lisa Philp with their recently acquired MGB roadster.
6th Annual Hockley Valley Hill Climb Reunion – July 6th 2017
Mike Arkless led 7 cars to the Hockley Valley Hill Climb reunion event this year, with 13 members and one guest in attendance. The weather was kind and we enjoyed a comfortable drive down, after meeting at the usual gathering area behind the Tim Horton’s in Collingwood.
After a get together with cars and drivers from other clubs, including Headwaters BCC, who were the event organizers, at the Hockley Village Store (excellent ginger biscuits BTW), we drove to the “hill”. We all arrived eventually - even those who were led astray by Graeme who decided to try an alternative route and explore some local unmade roads!
Everyone made it safely to the top of the hill, with no repeat of last year’s challenge of vehicles coming down the hill as participants attempted to drive up!
Most of the group called in at the Terra Nova Public House on the way home where we enjoyed some hospitality on the patio, in glorious sunshine. A good day was had by all.
For more information about last year's 10th Anniversary,
please go to: http://www.gbbcc.com/gbbcc-10th-anniversary/
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Look at the difference 50 years make !
Look at GBBCC Past Events 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013 & 2012
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GBBCC will be holding its monthly meetings in the upstairs room at The Huron Club, 94 Pine Street, corner of 2nd Street, Collingwood.
Why not bring your partner and enjoy supper in this fine restaurant before our meeting. Come early (before 6:00 pm) and
let them know you are with the car club. There are food and drink specials between 5 & 7 pm.
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Please check our Past Cruise Routes under Past GBBCC Events
This section of the website will contain details, including some maps of cruise routes that GBBCC has taken in the past few years so that our members may use them for planning future cruises for their own enjoyment or to make it easy for you to pick one and volunteer to lead a club cruise.
It is recommended that these routes be driven prior to leading a cruise to ensure roads are in good condition and are not under construction.
thanks to Ralph Kertcher who has re-created these routes for our website.
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