United Grand Lodge of England's "The Classic 300"

As part of the United Grand Lodge of England’s, Tercentenary celebrations there are plans to hold a series of classic vehicle runs across the country, taking in Wales, the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands. This event is known as “The Classic 300”.

The runs will be open to Masons and those with an interest in Freemasonry, driving cars built before 1st January 1997 or future classics accepted as being of special interest. In some cases, motorcycles and commercial vehicles will also be included.

The Classic 300 will start on Sunday 21st May 2017 with a large gathering of vehicles at Windsor Castle.

Check out the event [website] for full details and for registration.

United Grand Lodge of England's "The Classic 300"

As part of the United Grand Lodge of England’s, Tercentenary celebrations there are plans to hold a series of classic vehicle runs across the country, taking in Wales, the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands. This event is known as “The Classic 300”.

The runs will be open to Masons and those with an interest in Freemasonry, driving cars built before 1st January 1997 or future classics accepted as being of special interest. In some cases, motorcycles and commercial vehicles will also be included.

The Classic 300 will start on Sunday 21st May 2017 with a large gathering of vehicles at Windsor Castle.

Check out the event [website] for full details and for registration.

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