The 2011 BEN B2B Rally took place on Sunday 16th October and raised an amazing £2,958.
Drivers started at the Camberley Auto Factors Group Head Office in Farnborough where they drove through a 78 mile stretch of the Hampshire and Sussex country side to reach the finish at the Amberley Museum near Arundel.
The rally consisted of cars built over a period of nearly a century, ranging from a 1927 Austin 12/4 to a 1972 Ford Cortina MK III.
A prize was awarded for the most sympathetically restored and/or best presented car with first place being presented to Jenny Hall, the owner of a 1963 Humber Super Snipe Saloon. Another award, for the car ‘I would most like to take home', was given to Andrew Gorman and his 1923 Roll Royce 20HP Lichfield Saloon.
Event organiser, Eamonn Galligan, commented "Once again we were blessed with brilliant weather for this our fifth B2B which made the journey even more enjoyable as the drivers experienced some of the prettiest lanes of Hampshire and Sussex. This year we had 44 entries with vehicles spanning the last 88 years of motoring and once again recovery and back-up was provided by the Automobile Association. A record sum of £2,958 was raised for BEN and I am most grateful for the support of all our entrants, as well as Camberley Auto Factors for hosting and sponsoring the event and donating prizes for the chosen vehicle winners."