Midlands Car Clubs
A list of Classic Car Clubs in Midlands ...
The Midlands (Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire, Staffordshire, Warwickshire, West Midlands, Herefordshire, and Worcestershire.) Classic Car Owners Clubs are listed below.
West Midlands Region of the MG Owners Club
The West Midlands Region of the MG Owners Club is home to some of the oldest and most active local MG areas in the UK. Set in the industrial heartland of the country where the motor industry once thrived, this tremendously varied region stretches from the Cotswolds in the South up to Chesterfield in the North and from Shrewsbury in the West across to Coventry in the East. If you are not already a member of one of the local clubs, why not pop along to your nearest meeting where a warm welcome awaits you.
Stourbridge Pre War Car Car
The Club was formed in 1967 by a group of Like minded people who liked to get together with a pint and discuss old cars. The number of enthusiasts grew and they moved from venue of venue eventually settling in its present home at Edwin Marsh Centre, Legion Drive, High St, Kinver. The Club meets every Thursday evening from around 8pm.
Alfa Romeo Owners' Club
The West Midlands section of the Alfa Romeo Owners' Club meet at The Owl at Lichfield on the 3rd Monday of each month. We frequently take part in both national and local Alfa Romeo events. New visitors and members are always welcome!
West Midlands Classic Car Club
Classic car club for the interest of individuals with or without a classic car. Meetings at Park Inn Woodsetton. Alternate Thursdays 8.00pm onwards.
Morris Minor Owners Club Potteries Branch
We are the Potteries Branch of the Morris Minor Owners Club (MMOC). Our branch of the national MMOC covers Stoke-On-Trent, Newcastle-Under-Lyme and surrounding areas. The branch formed in 1989 and has around 30 regular members. The club meets every 3rd Monday at 8pm at: Ball Green Working Men's Club, Wilding Road, Ball Green, Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire, ST6 8BA.
The Triumph Sports Six Club
The Triumph Sports Six Club is over thirty years old, and is now the largest Triumph Club in the world. HQ In Lubenham, Leicestershire.
Midland Automobile Club
The Midland Automobile Club (MAC) founded and has always operated Shelsley Walsh. The MAC is arguably the oldest motor club in the world, certainly the oldest still using its original name although there are a few close rivals. The club was founded by a number of prominent members of the early motor industry whilst Queen Victoria was still on the throne. The MAC is Shelsley Walsh but it is not all we do. In addition to Shelsley Walsh speed hill climbs, the MAC organizes sprints, sporting trials, classic car events and social events. We feature something for every motor sport and motoring enthusiast. We are the heart of Motor Sport in the Midlands.
Wolverhampton & South Staffordshire Car Club Ltd
The club has been at the heart of motorsport in the West Midlands and South Staffordshire since it was founded in 1951. The club organises a wide range of Motorsport activities from Car Trials through to Stage Rallies and at all levels from Novice to International Competitors. The club meets every 2nd & 4th Wednesday night except during the Christmas period and the membership period runs from June to May. Wolverhampton and South Staffs Car Club now meet at the Hollybush Inn at Trysull.
The Potteries Capri and Classic Ford Club
WE LOVE CAPRI'S!' (suprise) So if you, like us, own, or want to own, the best car in exsistence. get in touch. Owners of Other (classic cars) are also welcome to join us. Join us at The Foxearth, Moorville Hall Hotel, Leek Road, Werrington, Stoke on Trent. ST9 ODG 19:30 every first Tuesday of the month.
Why not come along to one of our informal meetings, everyone is welcome. Please contact Steve Guest, Frank Smith, or Paul Hunt who are your TVRCC Regional Organisers for details.
Arden MG Club
We meet at the Golden Cross in Ardens Grafton (between Stratford, Alcester and Bidford-on-Avon) on the first Tuesday of every month in the Restaurant, if not gathered in the car park, from 7.30pm. Club nights are very informal with only a few notices around 9.00pm (after the bowls of chips, courtousey of the landlady, Debbie) to disturb the conversations. Most meetings have around 30 attendees and include many couples. Currently there is no membership fee, funds being raised by raffles. The club is affiliated to both the MG Owners Club & the MG Car Club, Midland Centre.
The Midlands Breakfast Club
The Midlands Breakfast Club is a meet for people who have a passion about cars, whether it's sports, performance, retro or classic!
Hereford Austin Seven Club
We currently have thirty six members and meet on the last Tuesday of every month at 8pm at the Richmond Club, Edgar Street, Hereford. We are members of the Austin Seven Clubs Association (A7CA).
Hereford MG Owners Club
We are a friendly group all sharing a mutual interest in Vintage to Modern MG cars, who meet up to drive and talk about our cars and have fun. We are a well established thriving club, with members from Herefordshire and surrounding areas. Our members are willing to help with Buying Advice, Classic or Modern Cars, Technical Help. Encouragement with restorations, or a shoulder to cry on. We have regular monthly meetings as well as getting out and about on runs and events during the year. Wether you are male or female young or senior join us and make new friends and visit new places. We meet the first Monday of each month at the Leominster Golf Club on the A49. Come along from 7.30pm, new members are always welcome. Hereford Town Show Home Page
East Midlands Association of Motor Clubs
Formed in 1958, the East Midlands Association of Motor Clubs is one of thirteen Regional Associations created by the Motor Sports Association for the purpose of co-ordinating motor sport affairs in their respective areas and to act as a link between the MSA and Motor Clubs.
Bedford Car Club
BCC is an association of people who have a common appreciation of all things to do with motor vehicles, take pleasure in their driving and associated skills and have a special interest in the use of cars in sport in all ways and forms. The club has been in existence since 1920, though they can trace ancestry back to 1907.
Rolls-Royce Enthusiasts Club East Midlands Section
The East Midlands Section is one of 40 Sections in the Club, and 19 in the UK. Our Section covers Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Leicestershire & Rutland, and parts of other adjacent counties. All RREC members can attend our events.
Midlands & Yorkshire Classic Car Club
The club is for all those who live in the Midlands and East Yorkshire areas of the United Kingdom who own or who have an interest in Classic Cars. The Club holds regular meets and organises Classic Car Events.
Derwent Valley TSSC (Triumph Sports Six Club)
Derwent Valley TSSC are Derbyshire's local branch of the Triumph Sports Six Club and are the organisers of the annual Peak Run. We regularly hold meetings, social events and trips out and about in our beloved cars. Yes, some of us have beards. Yes, some of us drink Real Ale. And Yes, some of us have beards and drink Real Ale. But not everyone has a beard and not everyone drinks Real Ale. The Derwent Valley Area is what ever you want it to be. Mostly our meetings are a social gathering, but there is always an opportunity to discuss those irksome problems, and there is always the club tool hire scheme. We don't bite and always make new members very welcome. Our Members come not only from Derwent Valley (Derbyshire) but as far a field as Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire, Staffordshire and South Yorkshire. Any Triumph owner is welcome to join us. We currently have owners of Spitfires, GT6's, Heralds, Vitesses, TR's, Stags, Dolomites and a Bond. There are many other local areas to the TSSC all over the country. We do not require anyone to formally join the club, all visitors will be made very welcome.
Chesterfield MG Group
Chesterfield MG Group, founded in 1979 by a small group of MG enthusiasts, is a club whose membership is not restricted entirely to MG owners but welcomes anyone with an interesting (classic or modern) car. Membership totals more than sixty (cars). We also produce a monthly ‘magazine’ for members - 'The Spyer Flyer'. A thriving and very active social side sees members regularly participating in weekend and mid week runs, weekends away, evenings out and holidays abroad plus our regular monthly meeting.
AROC East Midlands Section
Our AROC Section is one ot the most active in the country. VVe hold monthly meetings at a pub in north Leicestershire and enjoy a wide variety of activities throughout the year including convoy runs, karting, track days and Concours d'Elegance, plus quizzes, skittles nights and visits to interesting motoring venues. We also organise the Midlands Italian Car Day (MITCAR). The East Midlands Area Section of the Alfa Romeo Owners’ Club UK serves Alfa enthusiasts in and around Leicester, Nottingham and Derby, but all are welcome in any Alfa, old or new.
Rolls-Royce Enthusiasts’ Club East Midlands
Our Section has about 250 members. We believe we are a very friendly, and every new member will be given a warm welcome. Members’ cars range from the foundation of Rolls-Royce in 1904 to almost new Bentleys & Rolls-Royces. However, most members own Silver Shadows (1965-80) or Silver Spirits (1980-98) and Bentley derivatives. We have some interesting ‘between the Wars’ and ‘early post WW2’ cars (1946-65). In the Winter, we organise one Sunday event a month, and in the Summer, at least two Sunday events. In some Summer months, we have an event every Sunday! Jeff Dennis organises an excellent week-end in early June (in fact, it is Monday to Thursday!). In addition, we have a monthly pub meet on the 3rd Thursday of the month at Rolls-Royce, Hucknall, and in the Summer we extend this ‘meet’ to other venues.
Falcon Motor Club
Falcon Motor Club was founded in 1948 and had successfully promoted club level motorsport in various forms for over 60 years. Today the club runs four Car Trials an Autotest plus the March Hare Classic Trial. Club members are also invited to many other events around the country throughout the year. The club meets every month for a natter and noggin at the Totternhoe Memorial Hall, Castle Hill Road, Totternhoe, Dunstable, Beds, LU61QG on the first Wednesday of each month.
Mansfield & Notts Branch of Capri Club International
Our members come from throughout Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, South Yorkshire, and even parts of Leicestershire. We meet centrally at The Little John Inn, Main Road, Ravenshead, Notts NG15 9GS on the 1st & 3rd Thursdayof each month from 8.15pm onwards. All Capris are welcome - regardless of age or condition. The same goes for the owners - it does not matter what age or condition you are in!
Amber Valley Classic Car Club
We are a friendly club based in Notts and Derbyshire and our interests are Classic Cars and, above all, Fun! Our club began with four founder members in 1988 at the Gate Inn, Brinsley. During the ensuing years, we met at several hostelries - and we now meet at The Horse & Jockey in Wessington, Nr Alfreton Derbyshire on the A615 Alfreton-Matlock road. Club meetings are held monthly, on the 2nd Wednesday of the month (except June) starting at 8 pm.
Derbyshire Classic Mini Owners Club
Derbyshire Classic Mini Owners Club is now in its FOURTH year of existence. It is a popular club that attends many of the most popular classic mini events held throughout the year. Information on these events can be found by attending our monthly club meets, or looking on the forum. We meet at the The Bubble Innon the last Saturday of every month at 6.30pm. This is located in the rural village of Stenson, on the Trent and Mersey canal, at Bridge/Lock no. 19, only three miles from the A50/A38 'Toyota' junction.
The Milton Keynes Classic Car Club
Founded in 1999 by Keith Hogben and Dave Longstaff. Keith and Dave were both members of national classic car clubs looking for a regular meet close to home. Having found nothing they decided to start a Milton Keynes Classic car Club. The original venue was the Marle Inn, moving to the Hockey Stadium, and then to its current venue at the Caldecotte Arms (Windmill) in 2002. All meets are informal, just turn up. Dave continues to run this web site in order to keep interested parties informed of the meet and local events.
Classic Car and Bike Meet
The idea behind the Classic Car and Bike Meet is to enable like-minded car and bike enthusiasts to get together on a regular basis at a central venue to can socialise and talk about everything and anything to do with bikes and cars. The Classic Car and Bike Meet will be held in Earls Barton, Northamptonshire on the last Wednesday of the month - starting in April and ending in September.
Northamptonshire’s MX-5 Owners
As a group we are part of the National MX-5 Owners’ Club, but we do not restrict participation to members only. There is no fee for attending our meetings or events. We meet on the third Monday of each month at The Overstone Manor in Sywell. Owners start gathering from around 6pm to enjoy the excellent and modestly priced carvery meals available, and at about 8pm our Area Coordinator makes any announcements about forthcoming events or matters of interest.
TVR Car Club for the Northants Region
The club has continued to grow in size attracting members to the monthly meetings, regular activities and one off events. The Northants Region is a diverse group of people enjoying a range of activities and events. If there is anything that you are interested in then please let a member of the team know. The monthly meeting is held on the 2nd Sunday of the month from 12.00pm at The Aviator Hotel, Sywell Aerodrome, Northants, NN6 0BN.
Leicester Classic Car Enthusiasts
We are an easy going and open minded club for people who enjoy classic cars, "Retro" cars and those quickly becoming recognised as modern classics. Our usual official meeting time and place is the 2nd Monday of each month at the Lancaster Arms public house in Desford (Leicester) from around 8:00pm onwards, however, generally we meet here socially every Monday night so you are welcome to join us any time. At our meetings we discuss all classic car related topics, from trouble shooting to the shows we attend throughout the year. We are members of the "Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs" which gives us access to a wider network of enthusiasts with the backing of a large organisation who can provide help and advice on legislative matters etc. We are historically (and still remain as) the Leicester branch of Capri Club International but have more recently expanded to all car manufacturers. So if you either own a classic, use a classic, have a car you are restoring, or even just interested in classic cars - we'd love to meet you!
Rusty Nuts Mini Club
We are a new Leicester based club and meet up on the first Saturday of every month at the Toby Carvery Pub on Narborough Road, Leicester. If you own a Classic Mini (Standard, Modified, Concourse or just the love of your life) or are just interested in Classic Minis then you are welcome to come along and meet up with like-minded people for updates on our own projects, upcoming shows, friendly advice or just to say hello and "join in the fun" - new members are always welcome! Our age group span from 18 to O.A.P so don't feel you are too young or old to join in the fun.
Coalville Car Club
Leicestershire's oldest and friendliest Motor Club The Club Meets every Wednesday at The New Inn, Peggs Green MR: 129 / 412 176
Morris Minor Owners Club Leicester Branch
We are a lively and friendly group of Morris Minor owners and friends who live in or near to Leicestershire. We enjoy driving, socialising and chatting about our cars and try to help each other with any Morris queries and projects. Between us we have a wealth of experience and knowledge which we are always pleased to share with others. We meet regularly each month when we welcome new members and arrange several events. We meet at 'The Greyhound' pub in the village of Botcheston at 8:00 pm on the second Wedesday of each month. This small and friendly pub has a fine selection of real ales and a reputation for superb food. The welcoming landlord lets us meet in either the function room (with skittle alley) or in the bar.
Loughborough Car Club
The Loughborough Car Club was established in 1959 and is one of the East Midland's leading promoters of clubman's motor sport. The club is centred on Loughborough but draws its membership from all over Leicestershire, South Derbyshire and South Nottinghamshire. Its members are active in all aspects of the sport: rallies, trials, autotests, speed events, circuit racing, marshalling and more.