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Photographs from the Le-Touquet Jubilee Weekend

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The following photographs are from the Jubilee weekend held at Argoules near Le Touquet from 30th May to 3rd June 2002. This event is depicted on George's web site, but as it was (in the main) organised by an Essex member I feel we can justifiably also include it in our site.





The cars waiting to board at Folkestone(left), and after meeting up with the Seacat contingent near Calais.



The nine cars leaving the mid morning drinks and comfort stop at the lakeside at Beussent.








 Sun shines on the righteous - at the lunchtime stop at Montreuil and was to stay out until our last day.







The passengers and cars shelter from the sun in the shade of the huge Lime tree (from which our Auberge derived its name) prior to our trip to Le Touquet. Right - six of the cars in one of the many car parks at Le Touquet.


















Lunch in Le Touquet and then a stop off on the way back to the Auberge at the watermill at Maintenay. It was then back to the Auberge for a relax in the garden and swim. Something that we managed to do without any bother every day.















































Saturday and the cars prepare to leave for Agincourt suitably attired in red white and blue.


















The picnic following the visit to Agincourt was by kind permission of the owner of a trout fishery. It was a lovely spot that was enhanced by the availability of ice-creams











Sunday started with a visit to the gardens of Abbaye de Valloire.









It's alright Jim didn't have too much to drink, he's setting up his camera.







                                                                                       Afternoon trip to St-Hilaire-sur-Somme




Sunday evening and alas our last evening meal at the Auberge. Those present Jim, Gill, Les, Pearl, Alan, Michelle, Sue (G), Terry, Laraine, Wally, Val, John, Tony, Shelagh, George, Jennifer, Roy, Sue (H).












The final stopping place, Escalles near Calais, lunch and reluctant goodbyes followed. Note how the photographer insisted that everyone stood in front of the Deville so that it didn't spoil the scenery.







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