Jags Prowling Port Stephens event

Some of the Jaguars you will see during the event. Photo by: Ken White
Some of the Jaguars you will see during the event. Photo by: Ken White

 

JAGS Prowling Port Stephens event is fast approaching and with final arrangements being made, excitement within the Jaguarphiles is building.

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On Saturday, 25 March it will all commence at 7.00am with the Jags leaving the Ramada Hotel, they will then travel along Shoal Bay Road and Victoria Parade, make a U-turn at the Information Centre, then head back to Fly Point at approximately 8.00am where they will remain until 3.00pm.

There will be something for everyone, local volunteer organisations including Marine Rescue, Port Stephens Koalas and PSFM 100.9, Port Stephens Classic Automobile Association amongst others will be in attendance.

Bring a blanket, bring the kids, bring the grandparents, this is a huge community event and everyone is invited.

Jaguars from around the 1940s right up to the latest F-Type SVR and everything in between will be on display, you can talk with the owners, and soak up the atmosphere whilst enjoying and appreciating the magnificence of the Jaguar.

Ken White, Rally Director, of Nelson Bay, told News Of The Area, “I am so impressed with the efficiency and professionalism of Fingal Bay Sports Club, they have been so accommodating and have made it easy to plan our farewell breakfast on Monday after the rally.”

“Being a local makes hosting the 48th Rally here in Shoal Bay even more exciting, I can show off our beautiful landscape to fellow Jaguar enthusiasts, we will be heading out on the Moonshadow for our dinner on Saturday evening, so a wonderful weekend for all,”  Ken said.

The farewell breakfast will be held on Monday from 8 – 10.30am at Fingal Bay Sports Club and the public are welcome to view the cars during this time.

For further information, please contact Ken on 0415 233 323.

 

By  Mandy ELLIS

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