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4x4calendar.co.uk

Postby Tom Mc » Tue May 20, 2008 5:48 pm

Hopefully you will find this interesting as it's been created to help all 4x4 owners whether they be into Land Rover, Jap or Jeep:-

Introducing 4x4calendar.co.uk - a free internet resource site solely for information about 4x4 events.

Produced by enthusiasts for enthusiasts …

It’s TOTALLY FREE

You DON’T NEED TO REGISTER

It’s VERY EASY TO USE

It provides FAST, INSTANT INFORMATION

Entitled http://www.4x4calendar.co.uk not only can you see what is happening where and when, new events can also be listed within its pages. If you are an event organiser - club, forum group, charity, commercial off-road centre or a major 4x4 show - providing an event is open to the general public and includes four-wheel-drive vehicles, then it can be included completely free of charge.

Just as important, if you know of an event that has been postponed or cancelled, please inform the site as soon as possible via email and it will be announced virtually instantly. Everyone has been caught out at some time or another when events are called off, this should help enormously in preventing future wasted journeys. The technology has existed for ages, all I’m doing is making use of it. Hope you like it!



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Re: 4x4calendar.co.uk

Postby banditpete » Mon Mar 30, 2009 6:52 pm

Looks good, bookmarked it so i can keep an eye on whats happening. Thanks for the Link :gr8:



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Re: 4x4calendar.co.uk

Postby Two-Stroke Diesel » Mon Jun 01, 2009 7:20 pm

great site loads on, saved in my favorites :gr8:


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Re: 4x4calendar.co.uk

Postby nomad102 » Mon Jun 01, 2009 9:08 pm

looks good i'll keep an eye on that and see if something catches my eye :gr8:



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Re: 4x4calendar.co.uk

Postby Jimnosh » Mon Dec 14, 2009 9:53 pm

Great site



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Re: 4x4calendar.co.uk

Postby shrek » Mon Dec 14, 2009 10:06 pm

This is very good but it did not list all the events that happened last year!!!



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Re: 4x4calendar.co.uk

Postby The Joker » Tue Dec 15, 2009 5:30 pm

Bookmarked with me cheers for the heads up! :)


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Re: 4x4calendar.co.uk

Postby 61jason61 » Tue Dec 15, 2009 8:57 pm

shreks disco wrote:This is very good but it did not list all the events that happened last year!!!


its only as good as the information submitted to it, think its mostly for pay and play. but i don't do pay and play, when you live on the plains, why pay when you can off road for free with two great clubs off roading there reguarly for free??


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Re: 4x4calendar.co.uk

Postby Tom Mc » Sun Jan 10, 2010 12:34 pm

shreks disco wrote:This is very good but it did not list all the events that happened last year!!!


What!!!!! A good 75% I'd say. Do you realise how time-consuming it is compiling something like this, especially as it's 'for the love of it'?

Besides, of the remaining 25% I would say at least 15% were 'closed club events' where it would be irresponsible of me to list them, and the remainder … well nobody can be expected to be aware of every event up and down the country. This is where I need your help. If you know an event that’s not listed, either submit it yourself (it’s dead simple) or ask the actual organiser to submit it. All listings are totally free of charge, so it’s good advertising for everyone concerned.

Also Jason, think you'll find it was a tad more than just Pay & Play Days. All the major Land Rover and 4x4 shows were listed, as were the major motorsport events (impossible to list all the smaller club competitions, the website would melt! - besides, that's what club websites and events diaries are for) and 4x4 charity events. Anything else you want to see in there, by all means add it yourself.

Sounds corny I know, but ... HELP ME TO HELP YOU! ;)



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Re: 4x4calendar.co.uk

Postby Whitey » Wed Jan 13, 2010 9:53 am

Tom Mc wrote:
shreks disco wrote:This is very good but it did not list all the events that happened last year!!!


What!!!!! A good 75% I'd say. Do you realise how time-consuming it is compiling something like this, especially as it's 'for the love of it'?

Besides, of the remaining 25% I would say at least 15% were 'closed club events' where it would be irresponsible of me to list them, and the remainder … well nobody can be expected to be aware of every event up and down the country. This is where I need your help. If you know an event that’s not listed, either submit it yourself (it’s dead simple) or ask the actual organiser to submit it. All listings are totally free of charge, so it’s good advertising for everyone concerned.

Also Jason, think you'll find it was a tad more than just Pay & Play Days. All the major Land Rover and 4x4 shows were listed, as were the major motorsport events (impossible to list all the smaller club competitions, the website would melt! - besides, that's what club websites and events diaries are for) and 4x4 charity events. Anything else you want to see in there, by all means add it yourself.

Sounds corny I know, but ... HELP ME TO HELP YOU! ;)


It'll consume your life... :rofl:



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Re: 4x4calendar.co.uk

Postby Tom Mc » Wed Jan 13, 2010 3:17 pm

Too late, it has already ... for the past 25 years! :roll:



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Re: 4x4calendar.co.uk

Postby don logan » Sat May 08, 2010 9:54 am

Nice site.



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Re: 4x4calendar.co.uk

Postby Tom Mc » Sun May 09, 2010 12:57 am

Thank you kindly!



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Re: 4x4calendar.co.uk

Postby RW1 » Thu Oct 21, 2010 6:28 pm

Yep i like it and have bookmarked it. 8)


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Re: 4x4calendar.co.uk

Postby maadmaan10 » Thu Oct 21, 2010 7:03 pm

cooooool - on my favourites now 8)


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