Norfolk Car Clubs
A list of Classic Car Clubs in Norfolk ...
The Norfolk (Norwich, Ipswich, Colchester, Peterborough, and Cambridgeshire.) Classic Car Owners Clubs are listed below.
East Coast Mini Club
The Premier Mini Club based in the East of England, covering Essex, Suffolk, Norfolk and Cambridgeshire. Our members all share a devotion to the Mini, both Classic and BMW - big or small we love them all. We are lucky to have some of the finest examples of both Mini groups in our club and our members have a vast experience and knowledge base of both Marques.
East Anglian Kit Car Club
We as a club attend nine area meetings each year at a the Crown Inn Pulham Market IP21 4TA, National kit car shows (Detling, Stoneleigh, Newark And Donnington). We also attend Classic car shows at Kimbolton, Helmingham hall, Knebworth park as well as other local shows, fetes and events and some not so local events
Norwich MG Owners Club
Membership is open to owners of all MG models - pre-war, post war classics and modern. We also welcome not only MG owners, but other enthusiasts who may not own an MG but wish to join us in our social activities, and owners of other classic or interesting cars.
The East Anglian Practical Classics Club
The aims of the E.A.P.C are simply to encourage the ownership and use of classic vehicles and bring together like minded people from all walks of life, the club prides itself in having a relaxed, informal and most importantly, friendly attitude.
Wisbech and District Historic Vehicle Club
The Wisbech and District Historic Vehicle Club was formed in 1989 by a group of historic vehicle enthusiasts. A number of those founder members were already members of national vehicle clubs but had difficulty in attending their clubs' meetings held on weekdays in major cities. A local club that catered for all makes and classes of old vehicle was needed and the inaugural meeting was held in Wisbech. For the first four years the club held weekend rallies and then in 1993 decided to hold a Road Run. This proved very popular and has been held every August, now covering an eighty-mile route around Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire with static displays in Peterborough and Wisbech. We are a small informal club of old vehicle enthusiasts (not neccessarily owners) and meet once a month at the Hare & Hounds north brink Wisbech, Cambs. on the first Tuesday of each month at 8pm.
Norfolk Advanced Motorcyclists
All Group meetings are held at De Vere Dunston Hall, off the A140 south of Norwich, usually on the 3rd Thursday of every month. Start time 8pm. Newcomers are very welcome at any meeting - do come along and introduce yourself!
Wherry Bikers & Trikers Social Group
We meet at the Jubilee hall, Loddon, Norfolk, every 1st Thursday of the month all welcome.
Zinc Alloy R.S.C
Members come from all walks of life and ride all types of bikes/Trikes. We welcome both Male and Female riders to join us as a single or a family. As a club we enjoy Rally's, bike nights, runs out etc.
Norwich & District Section of the VMCC
We meet on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at Postwick Village Hall, Ferry Lane, Postwick, Norwich NR13 5HL. Meetings start at 20.00
750 Motor Club (Norfolk Centre)
The club is now a national organisation, with a board of directors and a number of semi-autonomous self-managing centres around the country, 24 at the last count, not including representatives in Australia and Malaya! Further details of the centres and membership of the club can be obtained from the club membership secretary.
East Anglian Microcar Club
Club for owners of micro cars eg. Isettas, Trojans, Bonds etc. For further details please apply to email@example.com. Club meetings held at 'The Buck' Flixton near Bungay at 8pm on the first Wednesday of each month.
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EACC East Anglian Mopeds, Autocycles and Cyclemotors
People who come along to our events are impressed by our friendliness, enthusiasm and informality - and that's how we hope the club will remain. We try to be as well-organised, open and 'professional' as we can - a lot of serious work goes to making our events light-hearted!
East Anglia Goldwing Owners Club
We usually meet on the first Sunday of the month at The Park Hotel, Diss.
The National Autocycle and Cyclemotor Club
Formed in 1981 as the East Anglian Cyclemotor Club. Since its inception the club has grown in size and now has members all over the British Isles, and also has many members in other countries throughout the World. Membership is open to anyone interested in autocycles, cyclemotors, mopeds and any other small Engined machines.
Francis-Barnett Owners Club
The Club is now well established with a membership of over 600 world-wide and still growing. Check their website for membership. application.
Cotton Owners Club
If you have a Cotton, Raced a Cotton, or have a general interest in the Cotton Marque, why not join the Club via the membership form or come to the annual meeting at the Gloucester Folk Museum.
Pre-65 Motocross Club
The Pre-65 Motocross Club operates scrambles in the East of England, mainly in Essex, and organise around 10 classic scrambles per year. With over 300 members, the club boasts the highest membership base of any AMCA classic scrambles club in the country and continue to attract over 110 competitors per race meeting.
We welcome bikers riding Harleys & cruisers from anywhere in UK but predominantly from the East Anglia area. To apply for membership, please complete the online ‘Note of Interest’ form, & we will be in touch.
Renegade Anglia MCC
The Renegades are now meeting on every Thursday night at the Ludwick Arms Pub (AL7 4PH) from 9pm
North Norfolk Classic Car Club
The North Norfolk Classic Vehicle Club welcomes all enthusiasts of classic, unusual, collectable and interesting vehicles for drive, fun and friendship.
Norwich Classic Vehicle Club
Club meetings are held on the last Wednesday of the month at the Anglia Home Improvements Social Club on the A140 Cromer Road just outside Norwich. Members come from all over East Anglia. Club members organise and attend meetings and shows throughout the year and fellow club members can usually help with the problems that can arise with running or restoring an older classic car.All meetings and shows are deliberately kept informal and friendly.
West Norfolk Classic Car Club
From Allegro to Zagato, we welcome everyone. Our aim is to encourage enjoyment of classic cars and motoring in a friendly, supportive non-biased atmosphere. So if you fancy a pint and a natter feel free to come along meetings are held on the first Thursday of ever month at the Victory Inn Clenchwarton, Kings Lynn.
Sporting Car Club of Norfolk
Formed in 1951, SCCON brings enthusiasts together for friendly low cost motor sport. We’re family-oriented too, with several junior members who can enter some events from the age of twelve. And you don’t need a sports car because we run plenty of events for everyday cars with no special modifications. The club meet, every month at the White Horse in Trowse.
King's Lynn & District Motor Club
Kings Lynn & District Motor Club is a highly active, multi-disciplinary club for motoring and, in particular, motorsport enthusiasts. KLDMC is affiliated to the UK Motor Sports Association and is one of the most active and thriving Clubs in the east of England.
Fakenham Auto Club
We are a friendly club - very actively organising events, car runs and displays - and we welcome anyone who owns or dreams of owning any type of car. Yes you don't need to own one, you just need a passion for anything with an engine! For more information on joining us please contact our Membership Secretary Geoff Cleall on 01263 710043. We usually meet on the 4th Wednesday of every month at The Gallows Sports Centre, Hempton Road.
Norfolk and Suffolk Branch of the Morris Minor Owners Club
Our meetings are varied from January to April and October and it is advisable to see the current newsletter or contact the Secretary for events planned. We usually hold meetings on the third Sunday in the month where possible.
AutobahnStormers East Anglia
If you own, or simply have an interest in, one of the larger Vauxhall/Opel rear-wheel-drive variants then the AutobahnStormers is the Club for you and the hundreds of enthusiasts who are already members.
The Brandon Classic Car Club
The Brandon Classic Vehicle Club was founded in 1993. We meet every second Monday of the month at The Ram Hotel which is situated just before the Brandon Station on the left hand side.
Broadland MG Owners Club
We meet on the first Wednesday of the month at the Bridge Inn, Acle(on the A1064) from 8pm.
Come and join us at the BurbleNat, our regular monthly get-together, held at the Bird in Hand Freehouse and restaurant at Wreningham, south-west of Norwich. We meet up on the 4th Friday of each month, arriving at about 7.30pm. The car park at the Bird in Hand is large and in good weather on light evenings, you’ll find us out by the cars. Otherwise, we’ll be quaffing the Adnams in the warm and cosy bar.
Club Triumph Norfolk Area
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Norfolk Jaguar Enthusiasts Club
For further information please call Mike Lyons on 01603 426602 or Jim Utting on 01603 810739
Norfolk Austin Seven Club
The Norfolk Austin Seven Club exists to foster interest in, the preservation of and use of the Pre-War Austin Seven, its variants, other Austin cars and old cars in general. Meets on the 3rd Tuesday of each month, from about 7.30pm, at The Jubilee Hall, East Tuddenham, near Norwich - NR20 3LR - just off the A47.
Mazda MX5 Norfolk Fives
Norfolk Fives host monthly social meetings as well as scenic drives throughout the year, they attend local and national shows, hold technical days and are known to throw the odd party or two!
Norfolk & Norwich Rover Owners Club
New members are always welcome. For further information on the club or membership please phone or e-mail one of the committee members listed on the website contact page.
Eastern Region of the Stag Owners Club
Go to the regional section of the website for membership details.
The Wensum TR Group
Why not come along to meet us at one of our regular meetings held on the second Monday of each month at the ‘Bird in Hand’ pub near Wreningham, Norfolk.