The Club

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 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 fifteen pounds. For practical purposes only, membership numbers are limited to 120. Email Membership to find out if we are full.

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.

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Club Membership

We welcome applications to join the club but membership is limited to 120 and there may be a waiting list.

 

The number is restricted because of the size limitation of our meeting venue and the practicalities of administering the club if it were to grow larger than this figure.

Download the application form, fill it in and send it to the address below.

Andy Beavan
Membership Officer, LGCCVCC,
58 London Road,
Biggleswade,
Beds,
SG18 8EB

 
 

The Venue

 

The club meets from around 7pm on the first Monday of each month at:

The Rising Sun Public House
Halls Green
Near Weston
Hertfordshire
SG4 7DR.

Tel:01462 790487

In some Summer months there is also a mid-month meeting - please check the EVENTS calendar

 Newsletter

The Club publishes a bi monthly newsletter - Sparkplug.

Click on the PDF icon to open file. It can be browsed or downloaded.

The archive copies of Sparkplug are for members' personal use only.

 

Copyright belongs to either the club, or the member who has supplied the picture or article.

 

Events

 

Scroll for month. Click on event for more detail. Click on location pin for map.

Please check non LGCCVCC (blue dot) events for veracity. 

If you intend to go to any of the  shows in your car check with the organisers to see if you need to register it beforehand.

Thank you to Chris Hucker for these Events postings.

Last updated by the editor 24-6-22

LGCC&VCC Breakfast Run

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Sunday, 24th July from Baldock Services to Poplars Nursery

Sunday morning 24th July, set your alarms to arrive at Baldock services around 8.45am, ready to follow an estimated 30-mile drive to Poplars Nursery near Harlington for Breakfast in their recently refurbished restaurant. They have a good selection from Full English to porridge and cereals. Poplars would like an idea of numbers of people who are keen to join this tour as the venue will need to cater for all their visitors. Please contact Mike Hayward on events@lgccvcc.co.uk to indicate your participation.

News

 

Our annual club picnic

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Our major event of the year was held on Saturday, 18th June.

The event was enjoyed by all who attended and braved the showery weather. About 200 cars were on show including a marvellous collection of pre war cars, and also a collection of vintage bicycles.

A fuller review will appear in July's Sparkplug.

Tour to Tempsford Village Museum 3 July 

Around ten cars took part in our club's tour to Tempsford from Baldock. A suitably tortuous route was followed to the Village Museum. Tea and cakes were consumed and our intellects were fed by the Museum's exhibition about the nearby ex WW2 SOE airfield RAF Tempsford.

A fuller review will appear in a future Sparkplug.

Club Apparel

LGCCVCC apparel is offered for sale by club member Keith Halsey

 

Various garments with the embroidered club logo, and personalised car embroidery if required,  are available in 15 colours including polo shirts, sweatshirts, fleece, caps, T shirts, ladies vest tops.

 

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Keith says - To order any items please email me with the order form and notify me of your payment. Personalised artwork is not a problem, but it does have setup costs. I can then put the order in. The garments can take two or three weeks to come through, depending on how busy my supplier is and when he can fit the run in. He does his best. The more I have the better it is. They are sent to me. I will pass them on to you at the next available club meeting.

 

 

My email is: Khalsey2@gmail.com.

 
 

Contacts

Chairman: Richard Bailey

chairman@lgccvcc.co.uk

Club Secretary: John Scott

secretary@lgccvcc.co.uk

Club Treasurer: Tim Farr

finance@lgccvcc.co.uk

Membership: Andy Beavan

membership@lgccvcc.co.uk

Picnic Committee Chairman: David Davis

picnic@lgccvcc.co.uk

Events: Mike Hayward

events@lgccvcc.co.uk

Sparkplug editor: Richard Hamilton

editor@lgccvcc.co.uk

 

www.lgccvcc.co.uk

 

The current Sparkplug newsletter may be viewed and/or downloaded

from the Newsletter section of the club website.

 

Items for Sparkplug can be sent to

editor@lgccvcc.co.uk

 

For Sale

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Mercedes Benz 1996 SL320 finished in the rare colour of Tourmaline with Mushroom Leather trim.  Full service history details available upon request, current owner for the last 6 years and has only been used during the summer months with occasional winter use in dry conditions. Low mileage of 48878 since first registered in March 1996, comes complete with Hard Top, stand and cover.

This car was built just before the merger with Chrysler and consequently was built at a time when engineers ran the company not bean counters. I have a MBOC valuation of £14,500, a figure close to this would be hoped for, the car is in excellent condition and does not require any attention.

Contact: David

chairman@lgccvcc.co.uk