After a great deal of discussion with the committee, it’s with regret I have to tell you we have decided to postpone the 2022 Bo’ness Revival at Kinneil House. This very tough decision has been made in light of steeply rising costs for all of the services required to turn the estate into a live motorsport venue for the Revival. These increases simply make it unsustainable to continue with the event this year.

The committee members and myself will be at the April Breakfast Meeting on Sunday 3 April at the Park Bistro, Linlithgow to answer your questions and further explain the situation. We look forward to seeing you there.

I’d also like to thank all of you for you ongoing support through the past two years that have been so difficult for many of you. Anyone who would like to defer their BHCR membership from 2022 to 2023 is welcome to do so and please contact me on: I’d also like to thank our sponsor Cask 88 for their ongoing support for the Bo’ness Revival.

While it is very disappointing to make this decision about the Revival at Bo’ness, we are working on other events. This includes the Doune Historic hillclimb on 21-22 May where BHCR will be supporting the event. This is a great opportunity to compete on one of the most challenging and highly regarded hillclimbs in the UK in a classics-only event. If you are not ready to compete, there is also the showfield being organised by BHCR where you can park your classic car. Again, please contact me if you’re interested in this.

We are also looking to run an event at Forrestburn later in the year in conjunction with our friends at the Monklands Sporting Car Club. When we have firmer details of this, we will let you know and invite entries.

Thank you again for all of your support and enthusiasm for the Bo’ness Revival, and I look forward to seeing you at the Breakfast Meeting on 3 April.

Warmest regards,