South Wales Classic Club Supported By Admiral Classic Car Insurance
Welcome to the website of the South Wales Classic Car Club. 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 to the east of the region and Carmarthenshire in West Wales.
A huge part of the Club’s success is because it is a great place to meet fellow enthusiasts and make new friends. All you need is an interest in classic cars – you don’t even need to own one to be a member! The type of classics owned by South Wales Classic Car Club members range from vintage Rolls-Royces and sleek Jaguars to the humble BMC family saloons from our younger day. But, regardless of the vehicle(s) owned or aspired to, everyone is welcome.
Our annual show, the South Wales Classic Car Show, is run entirely by volunteers from the Club and the money raised enables donations to be made to various charities serving the South Wales area. Follow the links for more details of the South Wales Classic Car Show and the charities we have been able to support.
Flags available from Malcolm Selley for £3 each
South Wales Classic Car Club
Christmas Dinner dance 2015
Saturday 12th December 2015
This year’s venue
The Manor House Hotel & Restaurant
Sully Road, Penarth, Vale of Glamorgan, CF642TQ.
Tel. No. (029) 2070 9309
Tickets £25 per head
Deposit £5 by 30/09/15
Balance £20 by 30/11/15
Please e mail: email@example.com if you wish to attend
NB: Accommodation is available at £65 per couple on a bed and breakfast basis. Please contact hotel direct to book accommodation credit/debit card details only taken
A British Obsession Lives Up To It's Reputation
As we move into autumn there is a change to reflect on another typical British summer that we all love so dearly to moan about. We seem to set ourselves the challenge of remembering or even predicting if any two or three days in a row are going to produce some fine weather, or in fact, recently - which season to dress for. Classics in Cardiff 2015 threatened rain later in the day, the summer barbeque was threatened by a thunderstorm later in the evening, but we were spared the downpour for each event. The Porthcawl Lions event started extremely chilly but ended up being the stuff of severe sunburn.
More Seasonal Stuff
Our next formal driving event is Autumn Colours which this year is being organised by Bill Piction. The date for the event can be found on the Updates panel and more information will be posted here when it becomes available. However an insider has revealed that plans are at a critical stage but hopefully not causing too many sleepless nights for Bill!
Out And About
|Another Stunner Spotted By Dave Hyde|