Start Dating events in brighton

Dating events in brighton

The range of events, being either annual or minor are too vast to record here, they range from visits to Motoring Museums, Historical Buildings or just a social ride in the country to a lunch stop through some of the prettiest countryside to be seen, like the motoring days of the past.

You do not have to own a Veteran and Edwardian car to become a Member; almost half our Members are Associates and have a vital part to play in the smooth running of the events. The Club is divided into geographical areas, known as Sections, in the UK and are as follows: - Scottish Section, North West Section, North East Section, Midland Section, Mid East Section, South West Section and South East Section.

In 2009 a new Section was formed, this being the IRISH SECTION as a Special Interest Section.

The Club has seven Memberships types: - Full, 2 x Associate and 2 x Junior for the single members or Family, Bearer for group membership.

Only Full, Family, Bearer (Corporate) Members can enter a car in a Club's event, but they can be driven by a Associate Members. For more information of membership types, subscription rates and the application form, click on the "Joining" page link above.

(From the back board THE OLD SHIP HOTEL, BRIGHTON The above plaque was originally placed inthe "Courties Bar" of the Hotel, and wasremoved in 1985 when structural alterationswere made and returned to the Club forsafe keeping. From the time of the move to the new building, Jessamine House was leased to a local College.

The Club was founded in 1930 after the London to Brighton Run of that year. The College left in 2006 and the building was sold in 2007.

The Celtic Tour 2013, JOGLE (John O'Groats to Land's End), 1000mile Trial, The Red Flag Rally and The 75th Event in Wales were all 5 or more days events run by HQ.

The Club gazette "VETERAN CAR" is a pocket size, bimonthly gazette that is well published.

Each excellent issue has approximately seventy pages and in full colour.

The contents includes reports of past events normally with photographs, calendar of forthcoming events, service and repair hints, readers letters, quizzes and member's cars sales & wants and for all those period motoring related items. Wylie gathered in the Courties Bar, Old Ship Hotel, Brighton and decided to form a Club for veteran cars and so The Veteran Car Club of Great Britain was born.

Articles include the reports of motoring experiences taken from period diaries, letters and news reports. A Club office was set up in London and finally settling in Fitzhardinge Street, W1.