The club is a gathering of like-minded owners of classic and vintage (and even some Veteran) vehicles, meeting on the first Monday of each month at the Rising Sun public house at Halls Green, near Weston. Set in delightful countryside on a quiet lane, the pub has a very friendly landlord and landlady, excellent beers and food, and a large car park that is ideal for our gatherings.
Most club nights in the warmer and lighter months see a wide variety of vehicles on display and the opportunity for members, friends, and the public to chat about all things to do with ‘proper motoring’.
There is little formality in proceedings and anyone is welcome to attend a couple of meetings before making the decision to join. The current annual subscription is just £10.
All types of interesting vehicles and their owners are welcome to attend.
The club organises occasional speakers, joint meetings with other car clubs, and attendance at shows and rallies for either individual or group entry – where we will have a club stand.
A club magazine is published bi-monthly and contributions of stories and pictures are always welcome.
To get in touch, click the contact link above.
We look forward to meeting you.
LETCHWORTH GARDEN CITY CLASSIC & VINTAGE CAR CLUB ANNUAL TRANSPORT PICNIC
Saturday 6th June 2015
Veteran, vintage, classic and modern thoroughbred cars, commercial and military vehicles + classic motorbikes and vintage bicycles.
Car clubs may pre-book space to display their vehicles in a special reserved area.
Although refreshments are available everyone is encouraged to bring their own picnics and enjoy this quintessentially English day out in the countryside.
As well as the vehicle displays, there will be children’s entertainments, selected trade stalls and attractions, a Car of the Show award, a real-ale bar, and live music.
The Picnic takes place at Fairclough Hall Farm, Halls Green, Weston, Herts, SG4 7DP.
£10 per vehicle on the gate. Pedestrians/Bikes/Scooters £2.
Gates open at 11am and the event ends at 5pm.
Pictured below are some snaps from our annual Transport Picnic in June 2014