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The North of England's largest "Classic and Vintage" Motoring Club was formed in 1966 by owners of Pre-War Austin Cars. The initials of the name NECPWA were so widely used, that when the 'Club' began to accept other makes the initials were retained by popular request, although informally we are now affectionately known as the ‘Nearly Everywhere Club for Pretty Well Anything’!
Webite Address : www.necpwa.org
Members meet informally at 8.30 p.m. on the first Thursday of each month at The Valley Inn, Dunleer, Co. Louth. New members will receive a warm welcome.
Webite Address : www.nevcc.net
Our club is all about sharing the Mini motoring experience to gain a greater appreciation for all of the things that can be done with either the classic Mini or new MINI. The North East Mini Club meets every Thursday from 7.30pm at The Three Horse Shoes, in Washington next to the NE Aircraft Museum.
Webite Address : www.northeastminiclub.org.uk
Our Meetings are currently held on the first Thursday of each month at 8pm in the Farmers Club, Ryhope Village, Sunderland (approximately 3 miles south of the city centre on A1018). All are welcome to attend. The car park is at the front of the club.
Webite Address : www.sunderlandclassicvehicles.org.uk
The Durham MG Club meets on the second Wednesday of every month at 7.45pm in the Ballroom of Bowburn Hall Hotel, Bowburn, Durham City, half a mile from the Durham Services (Junction 61) of the A1(M). Anyone interested is most welcome to attend.
Webite Address : www.durhammgclub.co.uk
The Tyne Valley Classic Motorcycle Club is a club for those who have an interest in old motorbikes. Ownership is not a requirement of membership. A 1961 Norton Model 50 motorcycle The club was formed in 1989 as the Northumberland AJS & Matchless Owners Club (AMC). Robin Watson had placed an ad in the local paper to which John Hunter and Ken & Billy Bates responded; just like that - the club had it's founder members. We currently meet from 7.30pm on the last Wednesday of each month at The Wheatsheaf Hotel, Saint Helen's Street, Corbridge.
Webite Address : www.tynevalleyclassicmotorcycleclub.co.uk
We have monthly meetings to which everyone is welcome. These are held the first Sunday of the month from 7pm onwards at The Fox Cub Durham Gate Spennymoor DH6 5JY 7 PM (located on Thinford roundabout) Additionally, we have day trips, runs and camping trips, as well as social events and a group party at Christmas. We also arrange group convoys and camping arrangements to national events such as Mini In The Park.
Webite Address : www.durhamminiclub.com
Durham Classic MotorcycleClub was formed in April 1998 by a small group of dedicated motorcycle enthusiasts in the Witton Gilbert area of County Durham. DCMC aims to promote the use and appreciation of classic motorcycles over 25 years of age. The club meet once per month at The Glendenning Arms, Witton Gilbert, Co. Durham, on the first Sunday, from 7:30pm. Membership is open to anyone who owns, runs or is interested in classic motorcycles. Regular planned runs are organised every month on a Sunday during the spring and summer months, some following the 'scatter event' format utilising route sheets, others just 'follow the leader'. Occasional evening runs also take place, usually Wednesday.
Webite Address : www.durhamclassicmotorcycleclub.com
We meet on alternate Thursday evenings at Middleton St George Cricket Club at 8.00 pm with the first meeting of the month generally being a business meeting where forthcoming events are planned.
Webite Address : www.vmccsouthdurham.co.uk
Teesside Yesteryear Motor Club (TYMC) was formed in 1966 for all who are interested in, using and maintaining vintage, veteran and classic modes of transport - cars, motorcycles, commercial and agricultural. The club currently has a membership of about 300. Ownership of such a vehicle is not a requirement to becoming a member. It is probably the most active club in the North East, organising events and activities and providing general information throughout the year. Our activities are wide and varied to cater for all interests in the club. We organise premier events such as the Eskdale Road Safety Trial and the Durham Dales Classic Motorcycle Run, have weekend runs, often incorporating a visit to a place of interest and short evening runs with a social meeting at the end. We also take part in static events, often in conjunction with a charitable organisation. The club meets on the first Monday of every month at the Stockton Cricket Club, Oxbridge Avenue.
Webite Address : www.tymc.org.uk
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