Whitland Classic Motor Club

Whitland Classic Motor Club was formed in August 2008 following a meeting of interest at The Fishers Public House in Whitland. The meeting was well attended with the first outing being held at Whitland Carnival August 2008. The ethos behind the club is to hold as many runs as possible during the year and enjoy our classic vehicles.

Meetings are held at 8.00pm on the last Thursday of every month at the Whitland Rugby Football Club, Social Club, King Edward Street, Whitland. The Club already has over 40 members and covers the Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire area of South West Wales.

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Ring: 01994 240304

Latest Events

Sun Oct 22 @10:00 -
Sunday Lunch Run

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Whitland Classic Motor Club are FBHVC member.

Whitland Classic Motor Club is a member of the Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs (FBHVC). Click link or logo to visit their site.

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Whitland  Classic Motor Club ‘Carmarthenshire County Run’. 15th May 2016.

This year’s County run attracted 120 entries, with 99 cars actually taking part in the run.
Vehicles started to arrive at the Whitland Rugby Club car park soon after 9.00am to sign-in in readiness for a staggered start commencing at 10.00am.
It was a beautiful  day, and lovely to see the hoods down on the sports cars and convertibles.
The run started off towards Meidrim, through to the east side of Carmarthen and on to country roads and lanes, passing Paxtons Tower and Dryslwyn  Castle onwards to Trap.
After Trap through some narrow roads to Brynamman where the run continued on the Mountain Road over the top of the Black Mountains.  Lovely views lots of parking areas and a lovely place to stop for a break.
Travelling down from the mountain, some more spectacular scenery with the streams running off the mountains.
The route then takes you through Bethlehem on to Ffairfach and in the Cross Hands direction.
The route then diverts past Dryslwyn Castle onto a short stretch of the A40 to Nantgeredig  and turning off towards Brechfa.  The road goes through Brechfa Forest, another nice resting point, onwards towards Bronwydd / Gwili Railway.
From here back through Carmarthen towards St Clears and on to Whitland, finishing at The Whitland Rugby Club car park.
A fantastic run, super company, lovely scenery, beautiful weather and 109 miles clocked up – what a wonderful day.
Make a note in your diary for next year, mid-May, and come and join us on another ‘County Run’.
Members from all clubs welcome.
Derek Stockwell.

 

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