Lincolnshire Clubs

Lincolnshire Car Clubs

A list of Classic Car Clubs in Lincolnshire ...

The Lincolnshire (Doncaster, Lincoln, Peterborough, and Hull) Classic Car Owners Clubs are listed below.

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Lincolnshire Classic Car Owners Clubs

Lincolnshire Mini Owners Club

Come and meet us at one of our monthly meetings. We meet up on the last Sunday of every month at the "Jolly Scotchman" in Holdingham, Sleaford. Between 8:00 - 10:30pm you can find the car park full of minis and the bar full of members.


Lincolnshire Vintage Vehicle Society

Currently members of the Society meet at the Museum on Monday and Wednesday evenings and at weekends, and from May to October the museum is also open between 12 - 4 pm on weekdays. If you have time to spare and a desire to be useful we would love to hear from you!


Trent Valley Mini Owners Club

Trent Valley Mini Owners Club was started back in September 2004 by a group of friends, each who owns and has a passion for the classic Mini. The club has members from North Lincolnshire, North East Lincolnshire, Lincolnshire and the Nottinghamshire areas and of course as the name suggests from along the Trent Valley. The club attends various shows & events throughout the season and also organise various events or runs out that are just for fun. We meet the 3rd Wednesday each month at the Ingram Arms, Laughton, Nr Gainsborough, Lincs DN21 3PR at 8.00pm.


Mid-Lincs Rover Club

Founded in October 1987 and celebrating in 2014, the 22nd rally at East Kirby, the club is immensely proud of maintaining a family like atmosphere and attracting members of all ages. It has links with the Rover P4 Drivers Guild and most other national Rover Clubs, with the common interest of the preservation of classic cars. Meetings, which are conducted in an informal way, are held on the first Friday of each month in the Old Sunday School, Fotherby, near Louth and always end with a cup of tea.


Grantham Classic Car Club

Formed in 1991, the initial small group of mixed marque enthusiasts quickly grew to it’s present membership of 40. The members, together with their partners, who are also considered to be full members, are all actively encouraged to attend club meetings and events and to sit on the Clubs’ organising committee.


Boston Classic Car Club

The Boston CCC have over 266 current members and hold club meetings every 3rd Tuesday of the month at 8 pm at Graves Park Social Club, Kirton, Boston, Lincolnshire, PE20 1LR.


Lincoln MG Owners Club

We are part of the official MG Owners Club. We are a group of enthusiasts for the great car make MG (Morris Garages). We have regular monthly meetings, on the third Thursday, at The Three Kings Inn Threekingham. Meetings start around 8.00 p.m. with an update on news and upcoming events. Then it's a conversational free-for all. Why not join us one week and have a drink with us (not necessarily alcoholic) the pub serves a a very nice cup of coffee). Have a chat, see what we do and what we're planning. Whether you are thinking of joining the club or are already a member you'll get a warm welcome.


Mablethorpe and District Motor Club

All club members are friendly and approachable with a wealth of experience throughout. Help and advice to get you started and support you in motor sport is freely available - why not come and join us? The club has a 'Classic Section'.


East Yorkshire Thoroughbred Car Club

Based in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England the East Yorkshire Thoroughbred Car Club is a regional club for owners and enthusiasts of all types of motor transport which are part of our motoring heritage. The club caters for all forms of vehicles, including motorcycles, from Veteran and Vintage through to Post Historic, from 1900 onwards. We provide a social and practical environment to promote and encourage the ownership, maintenance, use, enjoyment and restoration of all the above forms of transport. Our membership of, currently over 600, is comprised of members from all parts of Yorkshire and all walks of life.


MG Car Club Lincolnshire

Lincolnshire Centre continues to attract new members and its Committee is ever alert to its members changing tastes in preferred events.


The Traditional Car Club of Doncaster

The Traditional Car Club of Doncaster is dedicated to the maintenance, restoration and use of classic cars from all marques. We meet fortnightly on Wednesday evenings at Owston Hall, Doncaster throughout the year. Our meetings are always a good chance to meet up with other like minded enthusiasts, to chat, share experiences, and have a noggin and natter in pleasant surroundings. During the season, when the weather is kind, we have an area to one side of the hall which is provided for our vehicles and on many occasions this has looked like a very presentable classic car rally, with up-to 20 cars turning out.


Lincolnshire Louth Motor Club Limited

Lincolnshire Louth Motor Club is the oldest in UK, being formed as Lincolnshire Automobile Club, a social motoring club, in 1900. Many of the early members were professional people, such as doctors and solicitors. They were enthusiastic early pioneers and dedicated motorists who decided to promote the use of motor cars for pleasure.


City of Leeds Classic Car Club

Our aim is to preserve and enjoy all marques of classic cars and to meet and help other enthusiasts. American and sporting enthusiasts welcome. We meet every 3rd Tuesday of the month, at the Mexborough Arms, Thorner, at 8pm.


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