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

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

Whitland Classic Motor Clubs contribution to Drive It Day was a Sunday Lunch run,

12 cars set from the North Road car Park and headed towards Meidrim along the lesser known and used roads.  From Meidrim we headed towards Carmarthen but took a diversion to Merthyr and then on to Plough and Harrow.  

From here we went along a scenic road to Bronwydd Arms and then on to Pontarsais, Pencader, Llanfihangel-ar-Arth and Llanllwni before climbing over llanybyther Mountain and then dropping down through Gwernogle to the Brechfa=Llansawel road.  From here we went through llansawel and Talley to the Angel Inn at Salem, Llandeilo.   A tractor run had also terminated at the pub but we had plenty of room to park amongst the Nuffields and Fordson Majors to name just a couple.

We had an excellent Lunch at the Angel but service was a little on the slow side which gave us plenty of time to put the world to rights.  This was probably due to the licencee having only taken over a couple of weeks ago but the main thing was quality of the food was good.

Thanks to everyone who joined us and made it a good day.

 

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