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The South Hants Vehicle Preservation Society (SHVPS) was founded in 1968 by enthusiasts who seek to preserve and keep roadworthy, historic vintage, veteran, and classic cars and commercial vehicles, pedal and motor cycles - in fact anything with wheels and is over 25 years old.
Webite Address : www.shvps.org.uk
The Hants & Berks Motor Club is a well established car motoring club spanning the county regions of south Berkshire, west Surrey and north Hampshire. Formed in 1946 the club has had much experience in motor sport and the classic car scene, and with over 150 members young and old the Hants & Berks Motor Club is still to be found actively involved in supporting local and national events.
Webite Address : www.hantsandberksmc.org.uk
Based in the Bournemouth Area, the Three Counties Vintage & Classic Car Club primarily draws its members from the counties of Dorset, Hampshire, Wiltshire and Somerset. We pride ourselves on our full calendar of events which caters not only for the classic car enthusiasts but also for their partners.
Webite Address : www.3cvccc.co.uk
We are an 'allsorts' club and there is no snobbishness or favouritism towards any one make or class of vehicle and we provide an interesting alternative to the more formal one make clubs.
Webite Address : www.southernclassics.org.uk
We are a friendly motor club based in Cirencester, which is a market town in Gloucestershire, England. We draw our membership from all over the local area (Bath, Swindon, Stroud, Gloucester, and of course, Cirencester). You don't have to live in Cirencester to join our Club: all we require is an interest in motorsport - whether rallying, autotetsting, sprinting, marshalling, navigating, or just chatting - and your enthusiasm!
Webite Address : www.cirencestercarclub.com
The aim of the Fairford Classic Car Club (FCCC) is to provide owners and those interested in classic vehicles in our region with a club catering for all makes of cars and other vehicles, where members and their families can meet and attend events in a relaxed and informal atmosphere. The club publishes a quarterly magazine and members are regularly informed of planned events including club runs around the Cotswold region, visits to classic vehicle events, restorers, and local places of interest. Runs and meetings are organised for both weekends and during the week i.e. for those retired or who can ‘make the time’. The club also has a group of members interested in motor sport events and every year the club organises both an overseas visit and/or trips to other parts of the United Kingdom. We are a very friendly club and if you are interested to learn more of our activities please contact us and come along to one of our events - you will be made very welcome.
Webite Address : www.fairfordclassiccarclub.org.uk
Gloucestershire MG Owners Club is a small band of enthusiasts who love anything MG. We are a friendly club that enjoys its social events. We always have ay least one evening run in the summer months as well as many other social events. We meet every second Thursday of the month at the Gala Club in Gloucester with meetings starting at 8:00pm.
Webite Address : www.glosmgoc.co.uk
The club was formed in August 1995 following a response to an appeal in the MiniWorld magazine. Eight members attended that first meeting. Most of the founder members are still active within the club. We are a friendly, approachable bunch who have great fun. Come along to one of our club meetings, they are on the last Sunday of the month at the Royal Oak, High Street, Corsham, Wiltshire. Telephone 07768477198.
Webite Address : www.six-ex.com
The Club Started life as the Isle of Wight Veteran Machinery Club in 1973, but in 1980 it's name was changed to Vectis Historic Vehicle Club to better reflect the general interests of its members. It has over 100 members and they own a wide variety of vehicle makes, including Armstrong Siddely, Aston Martin, Austin, Bentley, Bristol, Cadillac, Chrysler, Daimler, Fiat, Ford, Hillman, Jaguar, Lea Francis, MG, Morris, Renault, Riley, Rolls Royce, Talbot, Triumph, Vauxhall, Volkswagen, and Wolseley, dating from1914 to the 1970's.
Webite Address : www.vhvc.org.uk
Oxford Classic Motor Club (OxCMC) provides a forum for people interested in classic vehicles of all kinds for Oxford and the surrounding area.
Webite Address : www.oxcmc.org.uk
The Oxfordshire MG Owners' Club is a friendly club where the emphasis is on social gatherings. It's not about men talking about cars. We meet once a month for a friendly, social gathering in an Oxfordshire pub. You can catch up with news and have a drink in pleasant company. If you have car problems, members are happy to lend their expertise.
Webite Address : www.oxfordshiremgoc.co.uk
We are a very active club of around 60 members who have variety of classic cars which we love to drive to shows and trips out. We even go on long weekends away and have toured parts of Europe and UK on a number of occasions (with our classic cars of course). If this and much more interests you, why not come along and see if you like us; we have monthly meetings at the Moose Centre, Basingstoke on the 2nd Wednesday of each month or our social gathering on the 4th Wednesday of the month. You can also find us at many local shows.
Webite Address : www.b-ccc.com
As a club, we organise classic scrambles and trials. Most trials are 'fun' trials which we hold roughly one a month. These are for all ages and abilities. We also hold the 'Jack Englefield' trial once a year for classic machines.
Webite Address : www.mortimerclassicmcc.com
The classic section of the club was formed in 1982, running road runs, displays and social events. The road runs are now open to all motorcyclists who ride in the 'spirit of the classics'.
Webite Address : www.salisburymotorcycleandlightcarclub.co.uk
Salisbury Mini Club is a friendly club that runs with no commitee or membership. We have members of all generations and a wide variety of minis in the club. All minis and mini fans are welcome. You don't even have to own a mini to join us! It does not matter whether they are old, rusty, show winners, standard or highly modified, at the end of the day we all want to talk about our cars and have Fun.
Webite Address : www.salisburyminiclub.co.uk
We are a non-profit making organization that welcomes male and female members of all ages, catering for modern and classic bikes, three wheelers and light cars.
Webite Address : www.lymingtonmotorcycle.co.uk
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Webite Address : www.bdcc.org.uk
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Webite Address : www.1020mg.org.uk
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