French Car Festival Seaworks Museum, Williamstown Sunday 16th October 2016

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French Car Festival

Seaworks Museum, Williamstown

Sunday 16th October 2016


Our MC for the day, past-President, RCCV, Mikee Elliott.

8.30 - 9.30am Arrival of club and other cars

9.45am Welcome  Geoff Rasmussen, President, RCCV and Mikee Elliott, MC

10.00am Official opening: Wade Noonan, State Member for Williamstown and Victorian Minister for Industry and Employment & Minister for Resources

10.15am Car engine pull down competition and Revolution Advanced Metals and Materials parts washing demonstration

11.00am   Barry Bourke Renault, Berwick, presentation

11.15am   Michael Bailey: Marque Garage.  Car cleaning and detailing demonstration

12.00noon Alan Mance Citroen, Footscray, presentation

12.15pm Gabriel Gate: French cooking and cake decorating demonstration; book signing and auction

1.45pm Bayford Peugeot, North Melbourne, presentation

2.00pm Presentation of Festival trophies. Mr. Pierre Tole, President of the Australian French Association for Sciences and Technologies, representing Mrs Miriam Boisbouvier-Wylie, Honorary Consul-General of France: meet and greet interview with Mikee Elliott.

2.30pm Raffle draw and Blue Ribbon Foundation presentation to Victoria Police. Thank you and close: Geoff Rasmussen, President RCCV


Barry Bourke Renault 755 Princes Hwy, Berwick 9707 2222

Bayford Peugeot,
406 Victoria St., North Melbourne 9341 4460

Alan Mance Motors, 419 Barkly St, Footscray 9396 8000

Hobsons Bay Council

Renault Australia

Shannons 21 Warrigal Rd, Cheltenham 13 46 46

Annabelle of Healesville B&B, 10 Glenfern Ave, Healesville, (03) 5962 6655

Melbourne Seaplanes, PO Box 401, Williamstown 0418 688 388

Santorini Restaurant,
1 Parker St, Williamstown 9399 8520

Qualtool, 77a Mercer St, Geelong 03 5221 8915

Stuckey Tyre Service, 828 Sydney Rd, Brunswick 9386 5331

Auto Paris 51 Lexton Rd
Box Hill 9890 8822

autObarn Altona 174 Millers Rd Altona Nth 9314 2571

Alpine Affaire 16 Pilgrim Crt, Ringwood 9874 1394

Virage Motors 17 York St Sth Melbourne 9690 4283

Spencer St Automobiles
409 Spencer St, West Melbourne 9329 3355

Marque Garage, 0418 522 565

Revolution Advanced Metals and Materials, 37 Little Boundary Rd, Laverton Nth, 9029 3469

…and special thanks to our food suppliers and our Club patron, chef Gabriel Gate

So you enjoy the day even more…

We need to bring your attention to a few points so you will enjoy this year’s French Car Festival even more:

First aid: the Renault Car Club first aid officer is based at the Event Administration tent. Please contact club officials for assistance
Medical emergency: In case of a medical emergency, please contact the Event Administration tent or a vested RCCV marshal who will call the relevant service
Toilets: the Seaworks toilets are to the right, outside the rear of the main shed. They can also be reached from the small side door of the main shed. There are further toilets in Commonwealth Reserve in the midst of the Nelson Place 200 m. to the west of Seaworks
Disabled toilets: the disabled toilets are indoors and immediately adjacent to the Pirates Tavern bar to the rear of the main shed
Drinking water: drinks are available from our food providers and from the Pirates Tavern bar after noon. There are water taps in the toilets
Emergency exits: in case of an emergency, the designated exits are through the front door of the main shed, through the covered way to the left of the rear of the main shed and thence to Nelson Place, and via the roadway to the right, beyond the Tavern. The emergency exits are signposted
Spills: spills due to oil leaks, spilt food, broken glass, or personal illness should be reported immediately to the Event Administration tent or a vested RCCV marshal. An Emergency Spills Kit is located at the Event Administration tent
Fire: in case of fire, you should proceed to the emergency gathering areas and await further instructions. These are to the left and right toward the main pier and beyond the Seaworks buildings
Drip trays. If you have a car on site, it is important that you have a drip tray under the engine to avoid spillage onto the display area surface. If you do not have a drip tray, visit the Event Administration tent where there is a number of spares for loan
Running engines: If you have a car on site, engines must remain switched off once your vehicle has parked. There must be no movement of vehicles around the site unless necessary and then these vehicles must be accompanied by a marshal. If you need to leave unexpectedly, you must find a marshal to escort you off the venue
Safety on the pier: visitors are invited to walk out on the pier and to visit any Sea Shepherd ships that are in port (Seaworks is their home base). However, adults should always accompany and supervise children on the pier
Theft: Keep your belongings secured and cars locked when you are away from them. Please report anything suspicious to the Event Administration tent in the main shed
Safety and damage: Please respect other’s property and report any damage to the Event Administration tent in the main shed
Safe access and egress: If you have a car on site, please make sure it is parked where directed and that no walkways or driveways needed for service or emergency vehicles are blocked

Lost Children: lost children should be brought to the Event Administration tent in the main shed. Parents looking for lot children should contact officials at that tent.

Peugeot Renault Citroën Simca Alpine Delage Panhard Amilcar Ballot Solex Chenard

De Dion-Bouton Hispano-Suiza Lombard Darmont DFP Darracq Matra Delahaye Talbot

Bugatti Leon Bollee Hotchkiss Benjamin

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