North West Clubs
North West Car Clubs
A list of Classic Car Clubs in North West ...
The North West (Chester, Crewe, Stockport, Liverpool, Oldham, Blackburn, Lancaster, Blackpool, Carlisle, Preston, Wigan, Bolton, Isle of Man, Warrington, and Manchester.) Classic Car Owners Clubs are listed below.
West Lancashire MG Owners Club
If you would like to join us, just turn up to our Briars Hall Hotel base on the 3rd Thursday of the month, where you will be made most welcome. There you can meet us all, and then decide if you could put up with us. There are many and varied activities each month which you can join in with, or just sit back and watch and chat with other like minded members.
North Cheshire Classic Car Club
The club is for owners and enthusiasts of Classic cars, Bikes, Scooters & Campervans where everyones opinions, ideas and suggestions are welcomed. Why not come and join us and enjoy the banter between our members. Tell us your story, join us at local shows, village fetes, club runs & visits to other clubs We meet at 7-30pm on the last Monday of each month.
North West Casual Classics
North West Casual Classics is an extremely friendly club and welcomes new members with any make of vehicle whether it be a car, motorbike, campervan or military vehicle or anything else for that matter. Our current members have vehicles dating from the 1930's through to the 1990's. Through each calendar year, members have the opportunity to attend between 10 - 20 shows, depending on the number that have been adopted by the club, following interest expressed by its members. We meet at the Penketh and Sankey Sports and Social Club on Warrington Road in Penketh at 8.00 pm on the second Tuesday of each month.
Triumph Appreciation Wirral
We are a group of experienced classic car enthusiasts keen to restore, preserve, maintain and drive our historic and classic cars. We frequently make social outings to classic car and other shows, some of which include a camp over and a few members competing for honours.
Blackpool Vehicle Preservation Group
BVPG is a group of vehicle enthusiasts who from 9th March 2009 will now be meeting at Poulton Golf Club, Breck Road Poulton-le-Fylde FY6 7HJ the second tuesday in every month starting the 9th March at 7.30pm. We are not just a classic car club, any vehicle from tractors to Ferrari's are more than welome to meet with us and chat about their interests and passion for the motor world. So please come along to a club meeting and meet some friendly people, whether you own a commercial vehicle, vintage motorbike, an old car you intend to restore one day or don't have any vehicle at all and would like to mix with like minded people for a social event and maybe want to get involved.
Wigan Classic Owners Club
Wigan Classics is a non profitable classic car club for the members & run by the members
Liverpool Motor Club
The Club has a long history of promoting motor sport events, with an current emphasis of organising Sprints. Over the years the Club been successfully involved in various other areas of motor sport, including Autocross, Autotests, Hillclimbs, Production Car Trials, Rallies, Sand Racing and Navigational Runs. It has been particularly successful in encouraging new members to start competing and then providing the stimulus for them to further develop their skills. Club members meet for a (very) informal natter at The Unicorn Inn, Cronton on the 2nd Tuesday of each month from 8.00pm. Non members are always welcome, so why not come along & meet us for a chat.
The Manx Classic Car Club
The Manx Classic Car Club was formed in 1973 by a group of local pre-war car enthusiasts amongst whom was the late Sam Clutton former President of the Vintage Sports Car Club, who became our first Chairman with Brian Mylchreest as President. Back then they met in the Majestic Hotel which is now a prestigious block of apartments. During the summer months we generally meet once a month for a run out followed by afternoon tea. We are also invited to form displays at various fetes, garden parties and other transport related gatherings. In the winter we tend to meet earlier in the day and finish the run with lunch and a film show or talk.
Chester Vintage Enthusiasts Car Club
Chester Vintage Enthusiasts Club was formed in 1959 by a group of motoring enthusiasts, with a love for cheap motoring. In those heady days, Vintage or indeed Veteran cars could be bought cheaply and many of the original members used these as daily drivers. The Club is open to any enthusiasts with an interest in old cars, from Veteran to Classic, but you don't need a car to join ! Club members also benefit from a monthly newsletter. We meet on the second Tuesday of each month at the Cheshire View in Christleton. We are one of the oldest Chester car clubs.
Chester Motor Club
At Chester Motor Club we can give you the opportunity to get close to the action. We are a very active club and can give you numerous chances to get close to and involved in the action. Our main activity is the organisation of two Sprint Weekends, at Anglesey and Three Sisters Circuits. The Anglesey weekend in early/mid June includes two rounds of the British Sprint Championship. We are also involved in the organisation of the North West Stages Rally, usually held early in the year. We are a friendly bunch so why not contact us or come down to see us, you have nothing to lose.
The South Cheshire Collectors Car Club
The South Cheshire Collectors Car Club was formed in the late 1980s by a group of classic car enthusiasts in the Nantwich area. Although most were already in marque-specific clubs, many of these tend to be national and can lack support for local events and shows. So the aim of the club was to be a local meeting place for owners and enthusiasts of any make or type of vehicle. The club holds regular monthly meetings at the Star Inn, Acton. These meetings usually take the form of a "noggin and natter", where members just get together for an evening out. Sometimes we'll hold a quiz, or maybe show a video - members are welcome to bring something appropriate that they think might be interesting. Recently we've also been doing some evening road runs to other local gatherings, including the local VSCC meeting and an HRCR event.
Crewes Missile Classic Mini Owners Club
North West Forum Club welcoming all with a passion for Classic Mini's.
The Congleton Beartown Classic and Vintage Car Club
The club attends local and regional events and rallies and also hosts local events. On the social side, the club has visited car factories such as Jaguar, Rolls Royce, Peugeot, and MG Rover and numerous transport museums and private collections. The club meets at 8pm on the first Monday of each month (bank holidays permitting) at the Bull's Head, Newcastle Road (A50), Smallwood, Cheshire, CW11 2TY.
Wirral Classic Car Club
Wirral Classic Car Club caters for enthusiasts’ of older vehicles and offers a wide range of events, shows, meetings and social runs. There is a monthly Club Night in a private room at the British Legion, Pensby Road Heswall, Wirral on the last Wednesday of the month from around 8 p.m. and a bi-monthly colour magazine is distributed free to all members with details of events, technical and legal articles, as well as diverse contributions from members. A monthly E-mailed Newsletter is also available to members.
Tame Valley Vintage and Classic Car Club
The Club was founded in 1985 to further the interest in the preservation, history and active use of veteran, vintage and classic vehicles . We encourage a social environment for the wellbeing of the club and its members by oraganising rallies, displays and event. We also provide a means of communication by publishing a Newsletter which gives information of legislation to our vehicles, forthcoming events and important decisions made at committee meetings, Membership of the club is open to members over 17 years of age whether vehicle owners or not who have an interest in the objects of the club.
The Lancashire Automobile Club
Established in 1902 the LAC is one of the oldest motoring clubs in the UK dedicated to the interests of motorists in the region. Organising both motoring and social events, the LAC has something for everybody, from touring assemblies to flat out sprint events.
Wigton Motor Club
Wigton Motor Club organise a range of events, catering for both modern and historic competitors. As a member of the association of North East and Cumbria Car Clubs (ANECC), the Association of Scottish Car Clubs and Association of North West Car Clubs, this allows our members to compete in events from the north of Scotland down to the Midlands, including virtually any event in the North of England.
Cumbria Classic Car Club
Activities include regular local meetings near Penrith, technical talks, visits to various shows (local national and international), attendance at rallies, invitiations to trade premises (including sales, service and parts providers) plus relaxed runs to mixed venues. Club regalia is available in various forms. We have amongst our members a pool of knowledge (both amateur and professional) regarding the many aspects of the classic car world and advice is always available. To help safeguard our hobby and stop our vehicles becoming static museum pieces the Club is a member of the Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs
Preston and District Vintage Car Club
If you have an interest in Vintage (pre 1930) and Post Vintage vehicles (1930 to 1940) then PDVCC is the club for you. If you are fortunate to own such a vehicle then even better. You will find a warm welcome from like minded people, eager to offer advice, encouragement and company for the furtherance and use of you treasured possession.
Preston and District MG Enthusiasts Club
If you own an MG (old or new) or are thinking of buying one, then come along to one of our meetings. We always welcome newcomers when joining or just visiting. Meetings are held on the last Tuesday of each month, except December when we have a Christmas Dinner earlier in the month, where all members and often guests are welcome.
St Helens Classic Car Association
The club welcomes all cars of any age and all we insist on is that you care a lot about cars in general. The membership at the moment is running at 40. We visit car shows throughout the year, some are club stands which are booked by the members of the Board and we also have other events such as drive out days ,family fun days etc. The club meets every 3rd Thursday of the month at 19:30 at THE Waterside inn,Garswood old road, St Helens . Postcode WA11 7LX If you have an interest in cars come and join us!
Phoenix-Clock Face Classic Car Club
We have 40 members joined since July 2012. A mix of all kinds of Classic Cars including Moggie Minors, Dolomite, Sierra Cosworth, Datsun 300, Fiesta, Capri’s, Escort 1600rs, Stag’s, Spitfires, Reliant Rebel, Reliant 'Del Boy' van, MGB, Mazda MX5, Jaguar XJ-SC Cabriolet, BMC 1100, Corvette, Mercedes, BMW etc. We attend a lot of local car shows plus community days. We also go further afield throughout Merseyside & Lancashire & have even been known to go as far as Scotland for one or two special events. If you have an older vehicle, sports car or any other vehicle of interest and you’d like more info or application form please contact us.
VMCC Blackpool and District Section
We cater for anyone who has an interest in these older bikes across the Blackpool & the Fylde Coast area. We are a friendly bunch and always welcome new or visiting members at a club night or road run. We meet on the 3rd Tuesday of the month: 7:00pm at Wyre Villa FC Sports Club, off the A588 in Stalmine
Manchester Classic Ford Club
We meet the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of each month. Most of our cars are rusty, dented andnot running so don't think your car will not be good enough. It's a mates club run byeveryone so no joining fees and no politics like you get in some other clubs. We go to local car shows as well as the Classic Ford event at Santa Pod, and Ford Fair at Silverstone. Other events tend to be drives out organised by members and track days which seem to have got more popular with a lot of members over the last few years
The Manchester Historic Vehicle Club
The Manchester Historic Vehicle Club was founded in 1967, under the name of the "Manchester & District Vintage Enthusiasts Car Club" and caters for enthusiasts and owners of all Road Vehicles aged 30 years and over. So if you are interested ( or better still have a vehicle that is 30 years or older ) and want to join a great bunch of people then have a look at our website
The Triumph Sports Six Club (Manchester Area)
We are a friendly (and some would say mad!) group of Triumph Classic Car enthusiasts from the north west of England, and are your local group for the Triumph Sports Six Club, the national organisation dedicated to the preservation and appreciation of all Triumph cars. Our cars include Spitfires, Stags, Vitesses, Heralds, GT6s, and TRs, with new cars being added all the time! They are in all conditions from dismantled donor cars and projects, to award-winning beauties. We get together monthly on the first Tuesday of every month, and on many other occasions and events throughout the year too. Our calendar is always packed with events - we regularly attend national shows, and also organise our own trips and rallies