This is from the post by the FBHVC and gives the background for the tour
"The route for the Federation’s 1000 Mile Reliability Run, marking the 30th Anniversary of the Federation and designed to raise the profile of the Heritage Engineering apprenticeships, has now been announced. The Run will also showcase the Austin Westminster Estate that has been restored by Practical Classics Magazine.
Practical Classics’ Westminster together with a specially chosen band of historic vehicles will follow a carefully planned 1000 mile route and we confidently predict that none of the vehicles will miss a beat. Historic vehicles can be reliable!
The Run will start at the Brooklands Motor Museum on 18 April and over 4 days will reach Edinburgh and the Queensferry Crossing before returning to Bicester Heritage for #DriveItDay on Sunday 22 April. On Monday 23 April the Run will extend to Anglia Car Auctions in Kings Lynn to publicise the auction of Practical Classics’ Austin Westminster estate car, with all proceeds being donated to the Lennox Children's Cancer Fund. The ACA auction will take place on 16 June 2018.
Member clubs who took part in the Federation’s Club Survey at the end of last year will have received an invitation to support the Run at one of its stops. If you would like to support by attending a stop and joining in a photoshoot please email us on email@example.com. Space at some of the stops will be limited so please let us know if you are able to attend and support the Run.
Friday 20 April
11.30 to 12.30 Queensferry Crossing
Sunday 22 April
Bicester Heritage to celebrate Drive It Day
Monday 23 April
10.00 Anglia Car Auctions, Kings Lynn"
Alvis Owner Club PRO, FBHVC and Practical Classics with CBR at Brooklands just before 1st short run for
The photoshoot at Brooklands Museum with Practical classics and a lot of well wishers with classics
Mike there to see us off wish I could have swapped cars with him but thats with hind sight
A few of those that came to Brooklands
Pauls other car had a major failing to proceed so he was forced to bring an Alvis to complete the run after this
So there were 2 Alvis and the MG Midget at the White Swann in Alnwick
Here are a Few pictures of the Alvis Owner Club and Alvis Archive Trust welcoming committee.