End of the road for the Freelander club

As mentioned in a previous post, the Freelander Club was looking to close. Today I received a letter saying that it was all over: –

FreelanderClubEnd

It’s a shame that this has happened as considerable effort has obviously been put in by the committee. However I guess they weren’t providing what the membership wanted and no-one was willing to step up to the mark (me included).

My two-penneth is that I for one really don’t want a club magazine however a website full of technical/useful information would be great though. Some other opinions, good and bad, can be found here and here.

Just like to say thanks for the efforts of the club committee for the work they’ve done. Hopefully a new club will come out of the remnants of this club…

Jason

Jason

GLR Webmaster & Contributor.

In real life I'm a Software Engineer developing embedded software mainly in the automotive industry.

Freelander 2 SE TD4 in Tonga Green
Discovery 4 SDV6 HSE in Aintree Green
Defender XS also in Tonga Green - Gone
Freelander Td4 ES TD4 in Epsom Green - Gone
Freelander Td4 Kalahari TD4 in Epsom Green - Gone
Freelander XEi in Epsom Green - Gone
Jason