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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Take your vehicles, old or new to Station Garage and get a £10 discount off your MOT.

Ring: 01994 240304

County Run Poster

WCMC County Run 13th May 2018 Poster

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Latest Events

Thu Apr 26 @20:00 - 09:00PM
Monthly Club Meeting
Sat Apr 28 @10:00 -
Baby Hunter Arundel Memorial fund Tractor Run
Sun May 13 @10:00 - 04:00PM
Carmarthenshire County Run 2018
Sun May 20
Pembrokeshire MG Car Club
Sun May 20 @10:00 -
Bubbleton Run
Sun May 27 @10:00 - 04:00PM
Cardigan Classic Car Show
Thu May 31 @20:00 - 09:00PM
Monthly Club Meeting
Thu Jun 28 @20:00 - 09:00PM
Monthly Club Meeting
Sun Jul 15 @10:00 -
Gwilli Classic Transport day
Thu Jul 26 @20:00 - 09:00PM
Monthly Club Meeting

F.B.H.V.C.

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.

FBHVC

27TH AUGUST 2016
What a lovely day, the sun was shining, nice and warm – a real summers day.
There were many attractions at the show with the main arenas being kept very busy with numerous showing and jumping classes for the riding fraternity, together with a very good turnout for the carriage driving class.
The tractor class sported close on fifty tractors, and the Classic car section had 19 cars.
These 2 classes being complemented by a Motor Cycle class, which sadly had only 3 entries; but what a beautiful BSA B31 on display, which was in ‘as new’ condition, accompanied by  2 mopeds.
Before  lunch time John and Lorna Harries headed off on a short run with a group of the car entrants, getting back in plenty of time for the judging which commenced about 2.00pm
Plenty of food on offer together with the statutory well equipped bar; all in all a super show, a credit to the Young Farmers again.
Certainly a show to put in one’s diary for next year.
Photos showing the car entrants attached.
Derek (S).

 See Gallery for pictures.

 

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