Langley Area Mostly British Motoring Club co-founder Victor Russell knelt next to his 1959 Triumph, which will be among the mostly British vehicles on display this Sunday during the club’s annual spring show in front of the Fort Langley Community Hall.
Troy Landreville Langley Times
In a land where metallic monsters roll on swollen rubberized tires across the North American landscape, the Langley Area Mostly British Motoring Club (or LAMB) pays homage to the little guy.
Make that, little car.
“We look up at Smart Cars,” joked LAMB co-founder Victor Russell, as he promoted the 12th annual St. George’s Day British Motoring Show happening this Sunday, April 23 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in front of the 86-year-old Fort Langley Community Hall.
Sporty ‘Brit-mobiles’ will be on display during the LAMB-hosted show-and-shine that is also a fundraiser, with proceeds going to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Langley.
St. George is the patron saint of England and LAMB tries to hold its annual car show as close as possible to April 23, the day that pays tribute to him.
“The first event was on the 23rd and this event is on the 23rd,” noted John Walkden, another of LAMB’s co-founders.