Firle Hill Climb Revival

Bo Peep Drivers Club

"Up the mountain quickly"

The Sixth Firle Hill Climb Revival,

will take place on Sunday 20th September.

See the hill climb 2020 page for details. Photograph courtesy of Peter Hand

Events 2020


Events 2020
All events planned for this Spring and early summer have been postponed. Those that have pre-paid for the Spring Tour may of course request a refund on their payment. It is intended to run the tour as soon as it is possible to do so, whenever that might be.

The September hill climb is planned as usual, hopefully it will prove to be a great way to celebrate a return to normal socialisation. The opening and closing dates for registration will remain the same as previous years (May 1st to the end of June) The only difference being, that no monies will be requested from participants until it is clear that the event can take place. Keep an eye on this page, Fb and your e mails if you subscribe to them for updates and alterations to our plans.

 Best wishes to all, keep safe and well.

 Sunday 29th March, Spring Tour, "The Brown Train Special".
Meet at the Six Bells, Chiddingly @ 09:00 for breakfast then an approximately a 60 mile tour based around the route of the former Wealden Railway Line ending at the Anchor Inn, Barcombe Cross for lunch (not included in the price). Price per head £15.00, 25 cars first come, first served. Let Rob know via e mail, Fb or text (07895 754663) to book a place, also note any dietary needs for the breakfast.

Sunday 26th April, National Drive it Day. The Ash Tree, Brown Bread Street.
Meet at the Beachy Head PH car park at 10:30 for a trip in the name of "Drive it day" or meet at the Ash Tree at midday.
Drive it Day rally plates are available from Dragonflyrally.co.uk, £8.95.

Saturday & Sunday 2nd & 3rd May. Magnificent Motors, Eastbourne.
Not a B.P.D.C. event but join the Junkyard Motor Club on their stand if spaces allow, let Rob know if you are interested.

Sunday 31st May, Yew Tree Chalvington.

Sunday 28th June, Six Bells Chiddingly.

Sunday 19th July, Ash Tree, Brown Bread Street

Sunday 9th August, Waldron Classic Car Show.
The club would like to support this local charitable event, let Rob know if you would like to come along.

Sunday 30th August, Yew Tree Chalvington.

Sunday 20th September, The Sixth Firle Hill Climb Revival.
Registration will open on May 1st and remain open until June30th. See the hill climb 2020 page for further details.

Firle Hill Climb Revival 2020


Firle Hill Climb Revival 2020
Registration, opening and closing dates and how it all works.

Registration will open on Friday 1st May, 2020 and will remain open until Tuesday 30th June, 2020.

Membership of the B.P.D.C. is not necessary nor an advantage when applying for a place on the hill.

The application form will be available on this page from May 1st. It may be returned by snail mail or e mail.
Do not send any money with this registration form as spaces on the hill are limited and the final eighty successful entrants will be selected after the closing date of June 30th.

Successful applications will be informed by Friday 10th July. Payment (which can be submitted by transfer or cheque) will be requested at this time and should be made by Friday 31st July. Failure to make this payment may result in the offered place being withdrawn and offered to a reserve list car. No favour is given to any car, each one being selected on its own merits in the interests of inclusivity and variety. Full terms and conditions accompany the registration form and should be signed and returned at the same time as the registration form.

Subject to plague, pestilence and flood, see you all in September!

Big cheque and one CHEC


The Chailey Heritage Enterprise Centre have supported the hill climb since day one. They have produced all of our programmes, posters, banners and merchandise. This year it was fantastic to be able to give something back.

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The weather did not spoil the fun that was had by all at the handover of the big cheque at Hazel Court FE in Eastbourne. The students enjoyed the classic cars and the cars owners enjoyed seeing that engagement and fun. Here is to many more years of support for the Southfield Trust.

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Champion of the Hill 2019



Rolls Royce Handlye Special.
Gentleman driver, Robin Beech receiving the "Bonnet & Goggles" Trophy for the second time in four years.
Photography courtesy of Rachel Persaud.

Champion of the Hill 2019

The Southfield Trust


The Southfield Trust
The Bo Peep Drivers Club are pleased to announce our new charitable partnership with the Southfield Trust which is based in Eastbourne. The trust currently oversee three outstanding special schools with a fourth due to be up and running late in 2020. The Trust supports over 300 hundred learners with a range of disabilities.

We hope to build a close working relationship with the Trust and involve as many students, parents and families as possible.

The Southfield Trust​​​

Contact or join us!


Please use the form below to contact us or if you wish to join our number. Membership to the Bo Peep Drivers Club is cheap and simple. A new member will pay just £10.00, a renewal is only £5.00. You do not get a great deal in fact! A window sticker and a tasteful little membership badge. What you really get is to mix with some great people and their cars with like minds, in an inclusive and relaxed club.
                                        Please note that due to demand, membership does not guarantee a place in the hill climb.                                                         Complete your details below, leave a message and we will be in touch.