Last chance saloon for the Litten Tree 16th March

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Last chance saloon for the Litten Tree 16th March

Post by GOY189 » Fri Feb 09, 2024 1:35 pm

There will be an event, based around the Litten Tree Building in Coventry, that was the original Rover Showroom that opened in 1905. The Litten tree is currently due to close for redevelopment at the end of March this year.

There will be a display of vehicles built at the Meteor works that was adjacent to the Litten Tree Building on Saturday 16th March. We are investigating the possibility of displaying a limited number of early cars in front of the Litten Tree. All Rovers are welcome, with a larger display of all generations of Rover cars that will be based in Broadgate, in a similar manner to the Breakfast Meets organised by the Coventry Motorfest team. More news later on the RSR Forum and Facebook sites.

Mike Maher
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Re: Last chance saloon for the Litten Tree 16th March

Post by GOY189 » Mon Mar 11, 2024 12:50 am

Latest News:- Any early (pre war Rovers) are welcome to display in the bull yard adjacent to the Litten Tree, Later Rovers may attend a larger display and park in Broadgate, a short distance away. Cars parking in Broadgate pay a fee of £3.00. At present there are 59 spaces left. Book on the Breakiefest website at https://www.coventrymotofest.com/club-m ... eakiefest/
I look forward to seeing you there.

Mike Maher, Chairman

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Re: Last chance saloon for the Litten Tree 16th March

Post by GOY189 » Sun Mar 17, 2024 5:06 pm

There was a wonderful display at the Litten Tree yesterday with a further 40 + cars in Broadgate. Many thanks to all who attended.
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Re: Last chance saloon for the Litten Tree 16th March

Post by GOY189 » Sat Mar 30, 2024 1:27 pm

Further news on the Litten Tree, it has been granted a 6 month extension to the lease, so demolition will not now take place as advised.
Mike Maher

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