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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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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Cheque presetation to the Stroke Association

WHITLAND CLASSIC MOTOR CLUB CHARITY CHEQUE PRESENTATION
Stroke Association Cheque PresentationThe regular monthly meeting together with the club’s charity cheque presentation to the ‘Stroke Association’ was held at the Whitland Rugby Club – Social Club on Thursday 28th July 2016. 
The meeting was attended by 43 members and guests who enjoyed a very interesting talk by Alan Drury, the Regional Fund-raiser for the ‘Stroke Association.
The ‘Charity Pot’ has accumulated over the past 2 years with the profits from the Club’s annual ‘Carmarthenshire County Run’ which has totalled over £1,700.00p,  this was the sum presented by the club to the ‘Stroke Association’ this evening.


A lovely buffet supplied by Sue and Phil of the Rugby Club, followed the cheque presentation, and was thoroughly enjoyed by all present. Many thanks to you both.
Alan Glencross once again ran the raffle, our thanks to him and members who donated the prizes and contributed to an amazing £80 profit.
Thanks also to Whitland Rugby Club for providing us with such an excellent venue for our meetings.
An evening to be remembered, and which I hope will motivate our club in an effort to raise even more money over the next 2 years for the ‘Macmillan Nurses’, our chosen charity for that period.
Derek Stockwell.

*Meeting minutes will be posted separately on the website

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