Retro Rendezvous and Partners

The Retro Rendezvous Festival is promoted by Retro Rendezvous Festival Ltd. It’s partner organisations include Sportive Lakes, Ulverston Live Music, Vintage Village Halls, Furness British Motorcycle Club, Roxy Cinema, Laurel and Hardy Museum, Ford Park Community Group, and Ulverston Ltd.

Board of Directors
Velo Retro DirectorAlan Brenton
Website & AccountsNeil Fleming
DirectorAlison Brenton
DirectorDave Watson
DirectorSuzanne Edgley

Associate Members 

Iain Raven
Jill Raven
Dave Wood
Linda Wood
Paul Taylor
Rachel Martin
Lynda Crutchley
Warren Crutchley
Nick McDermott

Alan and Alison Brenton

Alan founded Sportive Lakes, with his partner Alison late in 2013 having been inspired by the L’Eroica vintage cycling festival in Italy: http://www.eroicagaiole.com ‘L’Eroica is a truly magical event which is really significant in the

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Nick McDermott

Nick is the Chair of Ulverston Live Music. During the festival, he is our resident sound engineer. You may spot him in a dark corner near the stage. Occasionally he pops out to re-arrange cables

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Paul Taylor

Founder member of the Furness British Motorcycle Club in 1985 and Chairman for the last 30 years. Has helped run classic motorcycle and car shows around Furness for 20 years. Many interests including 1950’s motorcycles,

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Dave and Linda Wood

Dave is a founder member of Ulverston Live Music, and is organizing the music component of Retro Rendezvous. Formed in 2002, Ulverston Live Music aimed to bring music to Ulverston that they thought wouldn’t normally

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Rachel Martin

Hello, I’m Rachel Martin and I am organising the vintage marketplace which will run alongside the music and cycling event at Retro Rendezvous. I moved back to Ulverston in 1998, and have lived in this

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Iain and Jill Raven

Iain is a member of several Ulverston festival committees. He’s into many things you will find at Retro Rendezvous, and is our resident pram enthusiast. Originally a motor mechanic working, servicing and restoring many local classic

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