The Battle of Waterloo – 2015
21 June on Rond Terraces.
A gathering of French and British cars, including some bicycles, will be held on Sunday 21 June 2015 at Rond Terrace located at the bottom end of Anzac Parade. The event will be to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo in 1815.
In past years, the event has attracted up to 100 cars and around 150 participants depending on the weather. Entry to the event is open to the general public.
Entry to and egress from the event will be via Constitution Avenue, then to Wendouree Drive next to the ASIO building. The entry/exit is opposite Blundells Cottage and will be signposted.
The sign at the entrance will designate an advisory speed limit of 5kph. An official in a fluoro vest will guide cars to their respective locations.
Public parking will be directed to the hard standing area at the bottom of Anzac Parade or next to Blundells Cottage.
All cars will be parked on red granite area next to the lake. Drip trays are required.
Coffee, tea and drink facilities will be available. Food will be provided by a BBQ run by the PAC next to the coffee van. Each will have waste disposal facilities. Toilet facilities are located in the adjacent at Commonwealth Park.
Door prizes comprising bottles of “The Arrogant Frog” will be available as door prizes to be drawn towards the end of the event. So stick around in case you are a winner. They are donated by Shannons. Otherwise the event is to be glass free.
Depending on forecasts, the event will be cancelled if there are forecast high or gusty winds or if there is rain. Advice as to any cancellation will be posted the day before on the ACT Council of Motor Clubs website and via email to participating clubs.
Setup at 9 am. Event runs from 10 am ’til 3 pm
Barry McAdie | 0415 907 614 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Lisa Molvig | 0412 011 927