Bill Allsep House 8:00 pm
3/18 Laser Drive, Rowville Melway: 73 A10
Organiser: Greg Wayman jnr-v-president@rrocavictoria
Welcome to our first (and hopefully not the only) Annual
Trivia Night. Reserve a table (minimum of 6 and maximum
of 8 people) or form a table on the night. We will help sort out
teams and/or introduce members who don’t often come to meetings
or events to join a team.
Bring along your partner, wife or husband to join in the
fun – it’s not just about “us”.
The emphasis will be on Fun and Laughs with a mix
of PMC-related and general trivia e.g. Do you know the Chassis
Number of the first Silver Ghost?; What year did Rolls Royce become
part of the BMW group?; What is the collective noun for
a group of Rhinoceroses?; In what year did Sir Donald Bradman
retire from Test Cricket? And so it goes! So, make sure you have
a good cross-section of people in your team.
Prizes will be awarded to the winning team for each of
three rounds, plus the overall winners for the night. Prizes will
also be awarded for the best “themed” team name. How about
“The Old Phantoms”, “Silver Fog”, “Flying Spur of the Moment”?
Let your imagination run riot!
A light supper will be provided during and between
rounds at the Trivia tables – This is Gold Glass Trivia! Party pies
and sausage rolls, sandwiches, ice creams and sweet treats along
with sparkling wine, light beer, soft drinks, tea and coffee.
Our own Keith Mortimer will be your devilish Trivia
Compare and Quiz Master. Russell Rolls – A trustee of the Sir
Henry Royce Foundation – will be the Technical Adjudicator and
proper motorcar expert. Our special thanks to Russell for once
again preparing a mixture of specialist questions (both challenging
and fun) on the topic of Rolls-Royce and Bentley Motorcar
Entry will be $5 per person – which will be paid on the
night. All proceeds will be donated to Medicins Sans Frontiers.
Please contact Greg Wayman if you wish to reserve a table, or
to put your name down to join a table. No need to pre-register,
just come along on the night.
Display Car: Stephen Peoples’ 1975 Corniche Fixed-head Coupe