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Old 03-05-2014, 01:39 AM   #1
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Default FTF Car Club - Charity "Fords In The Park 2014" - Sun 4th May at M-Centre @ Minchinbury

Hi Everyone,

It's that time of year again for Fords in the Park.
We are on again on THIS Sun the 4th May, location is the M-Centre at Minchinbury (just West of Parramatta)

This is a charity event, and with all the public support and generous donations, we were able to donate $39,000 to the Children's Hospital at Westmead.

Please come down to support us once again. Bring your favourite Ford, enter the "Show and Shine, and not only will you give other people chance to admire your pride and joy; you could walk away with one of the 18 trophies on offer.
Alternatively, come along to see the wide range of Fords that others have brought along, and put on display for your viewing. There are many examples from the various Car Clubs of NSW (and beyond), kids entertainment (face painting, jumping castle etc), with various trade and food stands, and representatives and vehicles from many of the Emergency Services. Not forgetting many many raffles, door prizes and auction items all ready to take home.

It is your support that makes this event, and we look forward to many of you coming down to visit us on Sunday....

For more details, please visit the page at http://www.ftf.org.au/fordsinthepark2014/
Entry forms downloadable from the link on the page.



Thank you for taking the time to have a look at this thread, and we look forward to seeing your (and your family) this Sunday (4th May), at the M-Centre at Minchinbury - for the FTF Car Club 2014 "Fords In The Park".

So - who is coming, and what are you going to bring to show us this year??
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After the 2016 event, FTF "Ford in the Park" event has now donated a total of over $130,000 to the Children's Hospital at Westmead, let's see what we can raise during this years - Sun 27th Aug 2017 event.
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Old 03-05-2014, 06:27 PM   #2
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Default Re: FTF Car Club - Charity "Fords In The Park 2014" - Sun 4th May at M-Centre @ Minchinbury

Well, all the prep work has now been done at the venue.
The weather, whilst overcast, the rain has held off.

We will all be at the M-Centre at Minchinbury in the morning, looking forward to recieving all attending show cars, and spectators....

See you in the morning....
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After the 2016 event, FTF "Ford in the Park" event has now donated a total of over $130,000 to the Children's Hospital at Westmead, let's see what we can raise during this years - Sun 27th Aug 2017 event.
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