Simone and the team started the day punting in Cambridgeshire before making their way to Suffolk, where they were met by Suffolk Freemasons at Ashlar House.
Suffolk freemasons presented her with a cheque for £500 and provided her with her next lift, a red 1935 Rover 10 affectionately known as Poppy, driven by Brian Wilks. Brian provided Simone with the full luxury chauffeur experience, complete with driving goggles and chauffeur’s cap.
Brian drove her to Castle Acre Priory in Norfolk, where she was met by Widows Sons bikers who presented her with a cheque for £100.
She then headed to her final stop of the day, which was one of the quirkier venues on the route – the Bubble Car Museum. Lincolnshire Freemasons were waiting for her with a £1,000 cheque and a ride in very rare 1969 Citroen DS21 Safari.
Total miles travelled today: 194
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