Woodcote Rally 13-14 July 2013
2106 Entry Forms
The 2016 Woodcote Rally entry forms are now available to download from the website. Please select the relevant section from the homepage where the forms can be downloaded in pdf format. Please send back your forms ASAP so as not to miss out!
Posted on 24 Feb 2016 by the Publicity Officer
2016 Rally Field
The Field being used for the 2016 Woodcote Rally will now be the same one as the 2015 Woodcote Rally. This is because the alternative field we were going to use will not be ready in time due to very wet weather in December and January meaning the grass seed has not yet been sown.
Posted on 22 Feb 2016 by the Publicity Officer
2015 Presentation Evening

The 2015 Presentation Evening was held in the Woodcote Village Hall on Friday 27th November 2015 where best in class winners came to receive their trophies and the local charities came to receive their donations. The full lists will be available shortly on the main web site. See below a couple of photos showing the prize winners and the charity receivers. If you would like individual copies of the photos taken on the night please send me an e-mail to publicity@woodcoterally.org.uk and provide your details (e-mail address, prize/charity and your name) and I will e-mail them to you.



Posted on 29 Nov 2015 by the Publicity Officer
Woodcote Rally 2015 Awards
Dick Vernon Memorial Award (Tractors)
B131: Philip Brennan, Woodcote, 1969 Ford 4000 Tractor

 Allum Award (Stationary Engines)
C27: S Vaughan, East Meon, 1924 Hobbs Stationary Engine

Dave Sarney Memorial Cup (Commercial)
D53: David Parslow, Stadhampton, 1965 Scammell Highwayman

White Lion Cup (Motorcycles 1940-1972)
L36: Les Porterfield, Goring, 1962 BMW R60, Combination Motorcycle

Castrol Research Cup (Motorcars 1940-1972)
K156: Paul Rathbone, Maidenhead, 1957 MG Magnette ZB Variotone

The Equine Cup
Simon Powell's Shire Horses exhibit with dray and steam powered fire engine

Ran Hawthorne Memorial Shield (Steam)
A21: Terry Petty, Aylesbury, "Emma" 1913 Marshall Traction Engine

Smith Cup (Military and Commercials)
M18: Henry Bennett, Riseley, 1942 Ford GPW Jeep

George Ballard Memorial Award (V Cars)
E8: Peter Barton, Yateley, 1924 Bentley 3 / 4.5 Touring Car

Motorcycle Award ( V Motorcycles)
F18: David Turner, Bournemouth, 1927 Indian Police Scout

Nat West Trophy (Later Tractors)
B42: Chris Stansbury, Sonning Common, 1948 Ferguson TEA 20

Autovolks Trophy (Steam Models)
S29: Chris Cane, Knebworth, "Prometheus" 6 inch model of McClaren Road Locomotive

Paul Harrison Award (Victorian or Exceptional)
E36: Peter Bosley, Newbury, 1920 Ford Model T Tourer

Bud Finch Tractor Driving Competition , Joe Keitch in a 135 Massey

S. B. Engineering Special Award
D15: Ray Fletcher, Drayton, 1951 Land Rover Series One 80

Posted on 26 Jul 2015 by the Webmaster
Lost Property

Property Handed in and not reported as lost over the Rally Weekend

Child's backpack

 Adult's backpack, owner left message with unrecognisable phone number. Please contact me.

 Walking Stick

 Child's Hat

 Child's Hoody


 Two phones

 Medicine Bag

 Child's Purse

 Children's cardigans

 Tobacco Pouch

 Set of keys

 Plastic nut/cap possibly from child's buggy

 Cuddly Toy

Please contact the Woodcote Rally Committee General Secretary, Mrs Pat Allwright:

Tel: 01491 680872 or email: secretary@woodcoterally.org,uk


Please note that all the above lost property, unless claimed, will be retained by the Rally Secretary up to and including Woodcote Rally 2016 after which time it will be disposed of

Posted on 26 Jul 2015 by the Webmaster
Woodcote Primary School Rally Designs

The kids from Woodcote Primary School have completed their designs for next year's Woodcote Rally and although I couldn't choose a winner I'm including photos of all of the ones they did - although the one with the large beer tent may just about be everyone's favourite!



Posted on 17 Jul 2015 by the Publicity Officer
Woodcote Rally 2015

The 2015 Woodcote Rally is now finished and apart from a few minor things to clear up the rally field has been returned to being a normal farmer's field. There's a bit of wear and tear to the grass but that will soon recover!

Thanks to everyone who came both as exhibitors/traders  and members of the general public without whom the Rally could not function.

Thanks as well to all the people behind the scene who make it all happen and to all the marshals who help out over the weekend.

I've had lots of positive feedback already on what a fantastic layout we had this year and one trader even offered me a deposit for next year's Rally so that he could have exactly the same spot. Unfortunately this can't be the case as next year (09 and 10 July 2016) we will be moving into the field next door where farmer Guy Hildred is currently growing corn as he needs to use the current field for cropping (three year cycling and all that if you can remember the basics from your school days!)

So, thanks again to everyone for coming and I welcome any further comments both positive and negative so that we can do even better next year.

The results of the Class Winners will be posted on the website very shorty and then the amounts we are to give away to local charities and worthy good causes will be published around October once we have completed all our calculations and the results approved by the Trustees.

Posted on 15 Jul 2015 by the Publicity Officer

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