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The club was founded in 1969, in Cardiff by a number of like minded enthusiasts, and has over the years grown to cover all corners of Wales. The club meets on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at the Welcome Inn at Llangyfelach, on the B4489 just off the M4 at junction 46.
Webite Address : www.southwalesaustinsevenclub.com
The Club was formed by a small group of enthusiasts back in 1983 and has continued to go from strength to strength. Today it has a membership of around 100 classic car enthusiasts mainly from South Wales but with some coming from as far away as Bristol in the east and Carmarthenshire in the west.
Webite Address : www.swccc.net
Founded in 1999 when a group of like-minded classic car exhibitors so that they could exhibit together. From the seven original members, there are now over 100 members of the club, many of whom exhibit their cars on a regular basis around the South Wales and South-West England areas. Club meeting will be held at the Ely Valley Miners club, Tonyrefail.
Webite Address : www.glamorganclassiccarclub.co.uk
The club was formed in 1983 by John Gilchrist, to promote a local interest in Classic Cars and provide it's members with an outlet for their absorbing hobby. The club provides a forum for old car enthusiasts, county wide in which technical problems can be discussed with fellow members.
Webite Address : www.pembrokeshireclassiccarclub.co.uk
The aim of the club is to bring together fellow enthusiasts from South Wales and the rest of the Universe. The South Wales Kit & Specialist Car Club has a broad membership with interests in kit car building, renovation, shows and competing. All types of kit cars and specialist cars are represented from Cobras to Sherpleys to Westfields to Subaru Imprezas and TVR.
Webite Address : www.swkascc.co.uk
The South Wales Sunbeam Motorcycle Club was formed many years ago by a group of friends who just happened to have a number of Sunbeam motorcycles at that time. We are not a single-make club but are enthusiasts of all makes of motorcycles from pre-war flat-tanks to modern machines. The club meets regularly and has usually has a stand at the Stafford Classic Show in April. However, the highlight of the club's year is undoubtedly the hosting of the Cardiff Classic and Modern Motorcycle Show in the spring of every year.
Webite Address : www.southwalessunbeammmc.co.uk
The Gwent MG Owners club is based in and around Newport, South Wales. The club meets on the third Tuesday of every month, attends classic car events and organizes regular Sunday road runs. We welcome not only classic and modern MGs but also any classic cars (even Triumphs) or modern sports cars.
Webite Address : www.gwentmgoc.org.uk
The Club has sadly turned it's headlights off for the last time (October 2013).
Webite Address : www.welshrarebitminis.co.uk
This is South Wales Mini Club. We are a club of Welsh Mini Enthusiasts devoted to keeping the classic Mini on Welsh roads. All classic Minis are welcome, whatever your style or condition. We will be attending plenty of shows over the year as well as arranging our own family friendly meets and runs. Membership is free! so be sure to sign up to our club forum where there is always something fun going on! Monthly Meet - Swansea Area This event takes place on the first Sunday of the month. Plough and Harrow Llangafelach just off jct46 of the M4.
Webite Address : www.southwalesminiclub.co.uk
The Club meetings take place in the Colwyn Bay Cricket Club at Rhos-on-Sea on the 3rd Wednesday of every Month (except August when it is on the Wednesday before the 3rd Sunday & December no meeting) starting at 7.30 pm New members are invited to attend these meetings, just come along and meet everybody.
Webite Address : www.mg-cars.org.uk/LlandudnoMGOC
Our aim is to be a friendly club for classic car enthusiasts run by the members, for the members, supporting events in Ceredigion, Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire. Monthly Meeting. Gather from 7.00pm for meeting at 7.30pm -Ffostrasol Arms, Ffostrasol, Llandysul, SA44 4SY.
Webite Address : www.cardiganclassiccarclub.com
If you are looking for a friendly classic car club in South West Wales look no further than the PCMC. The club is now an official member of the Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs. The club hosts regular monthly meetings in the Pontarddulais Workingmans club on St Teilo street in the centre of the village on the first Wednesday of every month at 8pm.
Webite Address : www.pontardulaisclassicmotorclub.webs.com
The Knighton Historic Vehicle Club was formed in April 1999 and the first meeting took place in the Knighton Hotel with seven members signing up. Our inaugural newsletter was published in August of that year. In May 2000 we organised the Elan Valley Tour. We had twenty three entries which boosted the membership to nearly thirty. Since then the Club has more than doubled in size. The Knighton Historic Vehicle Club organises social functions, fosters friendship between members and furthers interests in historic and classic motoring. The club has a successful newsletter, classic tours, monthly club meets, an events diary, a Christmas dinner and charity fundraising events. We also attend local shows in the beautiful Mid Wales Borderland, ideal to drive to in your classic cars on the uncluttered local roads. The Club is run by volunteers, who make up Officers and Committee. Events are organised by an excellent band of supporting members who are the heart of the club.
Webite Address : www.knightonhistoricvehicleclub.com
We cater for all forms of transport, from bicycles to tractors, buses to classic cars, lorries to motor bikes. The vehicles need not be particularly old - if it's interesting we would like to see you!! In fact you don't actually have to own a vehicle to join the MWCVC, it's enough that you have an interest in the subject. The Mid Wales Classic Vehicle Club welcomes enquiries from potential new members. We meet on the fourth Tuesday evening of each month during autumn, winter and spring, at the Armoury, Brook Street, Welshpool, 7.30pm. There might be a slide show, or a quiz, or perhaps a member will give a talk. In the summer months, the club has a policy of going out somewhere so check for details before turning up. It is all very informal and friendly. You are welcome to come along as a guest before committing yourself. Ladies are encouraged to come along.
Webite Address : www.sites.google.com/site/midwalesclassic/
The club has 170 members who own vehicles ranging from 1913 to 1972. We hold road runs, static displays, a tour, coach trips and social meetings at the Split Willow Hotel in Llanfairfechan.
Webite Address : www.acnw.co.uk
As well as rallies some club members also have an interest in classic cars and enjoy displaying them at various events through the year. The club attends South Wales Classic Car Club's annual show and Tredegar House Vintage Car Rally. Club Nights - Wednesday, 8.30pm - Three Saints Hotel, Llantrisant Business Park Llantrisant, CF72 8YT. (Opposite the Royal Mint). Through the 1970 - 1990 period SWAC focused mainly on rally events including the Dutton Foreshaw Cardiff Rally, a road rally and various single venue and mutli-venue stage rallies. SWAC is probabley best known for the International Welsh Rally. An event that has run, with one or two breaks, since 1964. This event has had many notable winners including Roger Clark, Ari Vatanen and Hannu Mikkola. SWAC is a member of the Welsh Association of Motor Clubs and an MSA Registered Motor Club.
Webite Address : www.southwalesac.com
This small and friendly club is run by the members for the members with the aim of helping all owners in the local area to get the most out Lotus Ownership. This site provides information about the club,our newsletters and contains an events diary of Club organised and Lotus relevant events. If you live in South Wales, own a Lotus or are into Lotus cars then hopefully this club can be of a help to you. We are part of Club Lotus, the largest independent Lotus Club in the world. We welcome anyone who either has a Lotus wants a Lotus or is just a Lotus enthusiast. Regular monthly meetings held near Cardiff. We meet at the Ty-Nant Inn, Tynant Road, Morganstown, Cardiff, Wales CF15 8LB. The Meetings take place on the second Thursday of each month and normally start about 19:30.
Webite Address : www.clsw.co.uk
Cardiff Mini Club are a family friendly club that has a passion for everything MINI. Based in Cardiff South Wales. We attend most of the national MINI shows and local classic car shows. We hold our own events, MINI cruises,quizzes etc. All types of MINI'S 1959 to present day are welcome Classic MINI'S,New MINI'S,vans,pickups,elf's and even Moke's We are a non profit making club monies raised are donated to local charities. Meetings held on the 1st Monday of every month (excluding January) at 7.30pm in the The Ffynnon Wen, Thornhill Road, Thornhill, Cardiff, CF14 9UA.
Webite Address : www.cardiffminiclub.co.uk
Based in Caerphilly, meet the last Sunday of every month in the Bowls Inn in Caerphilly.
Webite Address : www.celticminiclub.org.uk
Newport Mini Owners Are a well established South Wales based club for Mini Owners. The club has been run by the same people now for over 10 Years. Our Members enjoy restoring, modifying and driving their classic minis and meet regularly at shows and club events all over the country. We offer everything for the Mini enthusiast, we get priority show entry tickets and the club carries a vast knowledge and array of specialist tools and members who are always keen to help.
Webite Address : www.newportminiowners.co.uk
The Sub centre was formed during the winter of 1978 and The Cricket Club at Northop Hall village was chosen as our meeting place. We have enjoyed the hospitality of the cricket club for 33years and appreciate their support. Our first Welsh Ramble took place in 1979 and the first Welsh Weekend in September 1979. We are proud to tell you that this event has been fully booked every year since. Our sub centre thrived through the eighties with 50 members attending almost every club meeting and we were able to be involved with assisting and supporting many National events. Welsh Weekend grew to be a major event with over sixty cars driving in convoy. However the recession of the nineties hit the classic car scene and we lost a few of our members, some of our young people married and moved out of North Wales further reducing the membership. However several of the original members have returned and we have seen an increase of new members during the last year so have an enthusiastic and active sub centre group. We are particulary proud of our hill climb champions, John Richards, big Healey, John Newton Sprite. Many of our original members continue to attend our monthly meetings and between us have a vast experience of Austin Healey's Large or small so are able to offer help and advice to less experienced owners.
Webite Address : www.austinhealeynorthwales.co.uk
The North Wales Red Dragons are affiliated to the TR Drivers Club (TRDC), an international classic car club that was formed in 1981 to support the later TR series of cars (a time when none of the established Triumph owners clubs accepted or in fact had any interest in the TR7 model). Since ’81 the TR Drivers club has grown from strength to strength and now has dedicated area groups and members all over the world, who not only own TR7’s but also sports cars from the whole TR range. Our area was established around 1990 by Colin Jones from Mold. The first meeting of the group was on the 27th November 1990 at the Clwyd Lodge Hotel, Flint Mountain. Some 23 years on it is still very well supported and has an active group of enthusiasts. We enjoy everything that comes with being a member of a classic car club and owning a treasured classic car, road runs, race events, both national and international, classic car shows, camping and weekends away to name just a few. If you would like to join us you can either come along to one of our monthly meetings on the first Friday of the month (at the Plough Inn, Aston Road, Queensferry, CH5 1TJ - 8.30pm) or use the TRDC ‘join us’ link from our website. We all very much look forward to meeting you and seeing your classic car!
Webite Address : www.northwalesreddragons.com
The South Wales Branch of the Morris Minor Owners Club was established in 1982, and was one of the first affiliated branches of the National Club. As the name suggests it is a car club for people who own or are interested in Morris Minors and that live in or near to the South Wales region. We meet at the Pontyclun Institute Athletic Club once a month to talk about our cars any problems we may be having with them, any car shows that are coming to plan monthly club drives and generally have a good time. Our aim is to meet as often as we can with our cars and to drive them. We try to have a couple of cars if not more, present at the majority of shows that take place in and around the South Wales area, and try to organise as many club runs as we can. At the end of the day they are iconic classic cars that not only we as members enjoy but the general public enjoying seeing too. We’d rather have them out and about and not just being garage ornaments. So if you’ve just moved to the area or you’re passing through, maybe you’ve been here all your life and only just discovered us get in touch. It would be great to see you at our next meeting!
Webite Address : www.southwales.mmoc.org.uk
Started in 2004 by Mike and Rach Jones, M4 Minis is a South East Wales Classic Mini Club. Our Members enjoy restoring, modifying and driving their classic minis and meet regularly at shows and club events.
Webite Address : www.m4minis.com
The VMCC South Wales Section caters for all motorcycles with a minimum age of 25 years, regardless of make or country of origin. The section is one of 84 sections within the VMCC and was initially formed in April 1961 in the car park of the Andoversford Hotel by three members who need to be a section in order to receive the Team Award that they had just won in the Cotswolds Road Trial. There was an instant election amongst the three, of Chairman, Secretary and Treasurer - and the trophy was duly handed over. The section meets on the dates listed on the meeting dates page in the Lounge. The dates are usually fortnightly on a Monday and the meetings are held in the Llanharry Workingmens Club, Llanharry at 8pm. To find the club there is a multimap on their website. If you're not a VMCC member but have an interest in motorcycles, then you are most welcome to come along and meet us. Our meeting attendances usually average around 60 - depending on the weather, bank holidays or if the meeting is an AGM.
Webite Address : www.southwalessectionvmcc.co.uk
The club was startedby a small group of avid enthusiasts who felt there was a need for a local motorcycle group, all of whom take part in many Welsh and UK Classic & Modern motorcycle events. We are a friendly bunch and welcome riders of any age and any type of bike(we're not too fussy judging by some of the characters who turn up). The Pembrokeshire Vintage and Classic Club meet the 2nd Tuesday of every month at Plas Hyfryd Hotel, Narberth at 7:30 pm. All Motorcyclists with bikes of any type and age are welcome.
Webite Address : www.pembrokeshiremotorcycleclub.co.uk
The club’s number one aim is to promote the enjoyment of Japanese motorcycles. You don’t even need to own a bike to be a member! How open-minded is that? All we ask is that members share the club’s passion for some of the most amazing mass produced bikes ever to come out of a factory. It really isn’t possible to stereotype a VJMC member; some own big bikes, others are moped mad. Some are passionate about one particular marque, others have wide ranging eclectic tastes. It takes all sorts to make a club and that is what the VJMC is all about; enjoying the bikes for what they are. We aim to support our members with a range of services and are looking to expand on this side of membership in the next few years.
Webite Address : www.vjmc.com/south-wales.html
A Club for enthusiasts of British Motorcycles with 40+ members with a multitude of classic machines, and we'll make you very welcome. Meetings held every other Tuesday at Tondu Cricket Club, Bryn Road, Tondu, Bridgend.
Webite Address : www.britishbikeclub.co.uk
The Vale Riders Motor Cycle Club was established in August 1993 The Aims of our club are to Ride, Drink, Party and be merry, and if we are really lucky we get to do all 4 together. To contact us email chariman or the secretary Prospective New Members very welcome Everybody welcome on 2 feet, 2 wheels, 4 wheels, etc. Even in a Volvo.
Webite Address : www.vrmcc.co.uk
Club nights are at 8pm on the first Tuesday of every month, at the Cock Hotel, Forden.
Webite Address : www.clivemcc.co.uk
Meetings are held at 20:00 on the 1st Non Bank Holiday Wednesday in the month at the Llandudno Junction Community Club, off Victoria Drive, Llandudno Juction.
Webite Address : www.bmpsnwales.org.uk
The club was formed in 1996 and we are affiliated to the British Motorcycle Federation. In the years since we have been formed our membership has grown from strength to strength and every year exceeds 150 members. The club was formed to promote and encourage all forms of motorcycle activities. We try to cater for all our riders needs by organizing tours, attending race meetings, club ride-outs, treasure hunts, quiz nights and social evenings as well as guest speakers to our meetings. We also undertake a lot of fundraising for local charities and over the past few years we have raised many thousands of pounds. Our membership year runs from November - November and costs £10 for a single and £12 for a joint membership.
Webite Address : www.carmarthenmotorcycleclub.co.uk
The Conwy and District Motorcycle Club started the Dragon Rally in 1960 and it takes place in winter. The rally serves as a meeting place for motorcyclists all over the Continent. The setting is in the beautiful mountains of Snowdonia, North Wales. The number of participants is limited to 1400 and they aren’t told the location of the campsite until they have reported to one of the caravans, which are positioned within 6 to fifteen miles of it, for ticket stamping. Once they are there, they enjoy the Conwy & DMCC’s warm welcome and hot soup. They will use the local pubs if they are available. Each year the Dragon Rally badge is either red or white or green; the colours of the Welsh Flag, and is generally classy and collectable.
Webite Address : www.conwymotorcycleclub.co.uk
The Dragon Rider Club was formed in 1991 with the aim of promoting good riding skills and attracting people (regardless of background, type of motorcycle owned or licence held) who share one common interest, Motor-Cycling. The club membership covers the whole spectrum of riding abilities, from learners to those who ride for a living and have many years of riding experience and expertise. The club is not run by a committee, and as a club member, you have as much say in the way the club is run as any other paid up club member. Evening meetings are held at the QUEENS HEAD pub in Mold on the 1st Tuesday every month at 8.00pm.
Webite Address : www.drmc.org.uk
Club members meet every Tuesday in the Llanover Arms, Pontypridd (B&Q roundabout) at 8.30 pm. We are a non-political, social club with members of all ages and from all walks of life with a common interest in riding motorcycles. The club is an affiliated member of the BMF, which provides club and individual cover for ride outs and events. Members enjoy regular rideouts on weekends, and attend rallies and events all over the country. In recent years the club has organised touring holidays to more distant places including Spain, Monza, Ireland, and the Isle of Man. The club meetings are very informal and friendly and visitors are always made welcome, so, whatever type of motorcycle you ride feel free to come along and attend one of our meetings.
Webite Address : www.pontypriddanddistrictmcc.webs.com
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Webite Address : www.amoc.org
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Webite Address : www.amoc.org
If you are interested in being part of our enthusiasts Club, we have regular meets at: The Twelve Knights, Margam Road, Port Talbot, SA13 2DB. (Less than 1 mile from junc 38, M4) We meet on the first and third Wednesday evening of each month at 7pm.
Webite Address : www.bmwcarclubgb.co.uk
Meet second Thursday of the month at the The Ty Nant Inn, Morganstown, Radyr.
Webite Address : www.clublotus.co.uk
The South Wales Region of the Jaguar Enthusiasts Club (JEC) was founded over 25 years ago and has steadily grown in size during this time. With over 250 registered members we are renowned for being an very active and friendly region. Our members enjoy sharing their knowledge and expertise with other Jaguar owners, which is a great benefit to all members, new and old.The South Wales Region of the Jaguar Enthusiasts Club holds it’s monthly meeting on the 2nd Monday in the month at the BBC Club in Llandaff. Staring at 7:30pm, the BBC Club is located in the heart of the BBC complex in Cardiff and provides us with ample secure onsite parking on meeting nights.
Webite Address : www.jecsouthwales.co.uk
The South Wales Area is very active with over 150 members. It covers SA, NP, LD and CF post-code areas. Meetings are help on the second Wednesday of every month starting at 7pm. Our monthly runs are held on the fourth Sunday of each month and will start at varying points depending on the route. Unless otherwise stated, all Sunday runs start at 10am. Details on meetings and runs in any particular month can be found in the area events section of this website. To see what we’ve done in the past, check our area website.
Webite Address : www.swa.mx5oc.co.uk
The North Wales Land Rover Club (NWLRC) began its life in the Spring of 1986, when a handful of Land Rover enthusiasts - David Mitchell, John Nuttall with Mike and Pauline Morris - arranged a meeting at the Sportsman’s pub on Denbigh Moor. They invited several like-minded people and from those attending a committee was formed. Since then the club has gone from strength to strength and today has a membership of around 200 who between them own just about every model that Land Rover has ever produced. Members live in all parts of North Wales from the Eastern Marches, across the Vale of Clwyd to Snowdonia, the coast and Anglesey. In fact, the club even has members living as far afield as Scotland and Germany.
Webite Address : www.nwlrc.co.uk
Formed in 1983 by a hand full of enthusiasts dedicated to preserving and enjoying the Opel Manta, the Opel Manta Owners Club was an immediate success as membership rocketed to over 1500 members by the early 1990’s. In 1988 the A series Register was formed within the OMOC to promote activities of special interest for A series owners. Similar registers were soon formed for the Exclusive and Vauxhall Cavalier MK1 models. Most of the membership live in the UK but we have had members from Canada, Portugal, Singapore, South Africa, Taiwan & the USA. Currently we have approximately 900 members. The basic aims of the Club are: 1. To Promote the use and preservation of the Opel Manta; from the first A series to the last Exclusive. 2. To encourage contact between members of the Club through organised events. 3. To organise events at which members can participate. 4. All motor competitions organised by the Club shall be held under the rules and requirements of the RACMSA Ltd. 5. To be a non profit making organisation.
Webite Address : www.mantaclub.org
There are vibrant and exciting Regional activities, run by nearly 31 volunteer Regional Organisers. They are sited geographically, with monthly meetings and events occuring throughout the year. Full details of Regions & Regional Contacts can be found on the site, Porsche File and in the Porsche Post. Register Secretaries are responsible for specific models within the Porsche range and we are delighted that the Club caters for all tastes, from historic racers and 356s right up to the present day range including the highly acclaimed Cayenne and Cayman.
Webite Address : www.porscheclubgb.com
West Wales Co-ordinator :Gary Jones Llanelli Tel: 01269 831702 e-mail: email@example.com | South Wales Co-ordinator: Bob Dowsell Parkview, 13 Waterloo Rd, Newport, Tel: 07799 882604 e-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org.
Webite Address : www.stag.org.uk
The TVR Car Club is an enthusiasts club, for those interested in the marque. You do not have to own a TVR to join. If you would like to know more, why not come to a meeting or come on an event. The South Wales TVR Car Cub currently meets at the Three Saints Hotel, in Llantrisant (opposite the Royal Mint ) on the evening of the second Sunday of each month.
Webite Address : www.tvrcc-south-wales.co.uk
South Wales group of the wider WSCC.
Webite Address : www.wscc.co.uk
Meet 3rd Wednesday at 7.30pm at The New Inn, Waterfall Road, Dyserth, Denbighshire, LL18 6ET.
Webite Address : www.theimpclub.com
Meet 1st Tuesday at 8.00pm at The Bird in Hand, 24 Carmarthen Road, Pontarddulais, Swansea, SA4 0TU.
Webite Address : www.theimpclub.com
Meet 3rd Wednesday at 7.00pm at The Unicorn, Church Road, Llanedyrn, Cardiff CF3 5YA.
Webite Address : www.theimpclub.com
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