This year is our 25th Anniversary year and there is plenty of events of planned. Especially look out for our Anniversary BBQ which will be special.
Click All 2016 Events
to see what is already planned and start filling your diaries.
Photos of the all our shows are now available in one place - here
Next Noggin n' Natter - Monday 8th August
We meet on the 2nd Monday every month at The Worlds End at Patching.
Click here for details on Noggin 'n Natters and how to get to The Worlds End.
Come and enjoy a good regular Noggin 'N' Natter, and bring the classic - plenty of parking available. New members welcome.
Next Show - Sunday 24th July - Annual Charity Show at the Weald & Downland Open Air Museum
The Open Air Museum is in Singleton, just 7 miles north of Chichester, and has over 40 historic buildings.
Remember this is the charity event and is a commercial attraction so there is an entry fee for everyone including members - this will be £10 per classic car to include the driver and one passenger and is a discount of normal entry fees which is £12.50 per person but also includes a donation to our two charities - The Dame Vera Lynn Trust for Childern with Cerebral Palsy and Marie Curie.
So a good value day out and for a good cause - please come along and support us and enjoy the Museum and the cars.
Click here for more information and directions to the Weald and Downland Museum
Next Social Event - Sunday 7th August - 25th Anniversary Event - BBQ Hog Roast.
12.00 to 5.00pm at The Fox, Patching, West Sussex, BN13 3UJ
A special event to celebrate our 25 years as a classic car club. There will be live music, quizs and of course bring your classic for the show.
See the latest Newsletter for details.
IMPORTANT NOTE - If you want to have the BBQ - Please complete and return the booking form in the Newletter. NO Pre-Issued Ticket = NO Meal. You can still come without booking the BBQ but will have to get food from the Pub Menu.
Also note, if you are bringing your classic do not enter by the pub car park but go up Selden Lane to the west of the pub and turn right behind the pub which leads into the field.