fbpx

All posts by Phil Stott

Willowbrook classic car show.

please note message from organisers.

Dear supporters – as a mark of respect to our Royal Family on the loss of HM Queen Elizabeth II, Willowbrook has cancelled our planned Classic Car Show tomorrow 10th September.

Newton town show (annual show)(important please read)

NEWTON TOWN SHOW ON THE 6th AUGUST.
Can ALL car exhibitors please note that the area for parking your vehicle has reverted back to the lower show area,please use the park entry gate on Park Road North which is opposite The Stocks public house the nearest postcode to the park is WA12 9TG.
DO NOT USE THE GATE AT CARDINAL DRIVE AS THERE IS NO VEHICLE ACCESS TO THE LOWER SHOW AREA.
Can all classic car clubs please inform your members of this change to the plans.

Tatton Tickets NOTICE.

Members who have booked to attend August Tatton.

Tickets can be collected from John S at are Annual Show (Newton town show), Clairmont farm and the August club meeting. If you can not attend any of these events please arrange for someone to collect on your behalf.

Contact Events:- events@nwcasualclassics.online

EVENTS Notification

Please fill in this form below if you would like to receive notifications of events. This is in addition to the monthly emails and will go out as a notification is posted on the website. This is useful if any last minute changes are made. You are in control of what list you are subscribed to. You will also receive reminders of events.

Subscribe to receive EVENT notices

By subscribing you agree to receive notifications from NWCC regarding events.

We don’t spam! Read our [link]privacy policy[/link] for more info.

Ormskirk Motorfest 2022 (Cancelled)

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT From organizers.


Following a meeting of the Directors of the Club, faced with the continuing complications and unnecessary delays in obtaining further approvals, that are beyond our control, and which could have been avoided by The Council, places us in an unacceptably exposed position, with no guarantee that the event can obtain outstanding approvals within the remaining timescales.
We have therefore taken the decision to withdraw our support for the event.
The reality is that the unnecessary delays (six months) caused by The Council before they were prepared to make key decisions regarding funding and event safety, hasn’t left enough time for road closure consultations re the Temporary Traffic Regulatory Order, which we assumed would be rubber stamped, given the number of times (9) the event has previously been very successfully run!
The Council could have easily resolved this themselves, as we suggested way back in January, by using their own powers, which we now know they used for the 2019 Motorfest but this wasn’t disclosed until last week!
However, they have resolutely refused to use these powers, that would have enabled the event to proceed as planned.
We realise that a huge number of residents, local businesses, participants, event sponsors and supporters will be terribly disappointed but we consider it is in all our best interests to make this decision now rather than at the last minute.

%d bloggers like this: