3rd May 1981 – Minor Goose Chase

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The entrance fee for the event was £2 per vehicle, £1 to the RAC and £1 for trophies, prizes, tea, etc. Cars arrived from 9-45am to 11-30am at Norwich Central Library car park (next to the City Hall).

Nearly forty people took part in the Norfolk Treasure Hunt or Goose Chase. The eggs which John Frye had laid were hard to find and not one gosling could find the Golden Egg. There were prizes for the concours, wreck, best loved and furthest travelled cars. Bob Finch did a good job with the concours marking, but the “chase” was too hard for most.

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