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Change of Meeting Date **IMPORTANT**

IMPORTANT NOTICE Re: Club Meeting 10th.

Please note due to the club not being available on Tuesday the 10th May. The club meeting has been postponed until the following Tuesday 17th May.

This is beyond our control and we apologise for the short notice. Can you please let any members who don’t use email know of this change.

Thanks

NWCC committee.

Ps committee members we are still meeting on Monday the 10th as normal.

Frodsham cancelled

IMPORTANT NOTICE.
I HAVE BEEN ADVISED THAT THE FRODSHAM SHOW HAS BEEN CANCELLED AND A NEW DATE HAS BEEN SET FOR THE EVENT TO TAKE PLACE.
THE NEW DATE IS NOW SEPTEMBER 19TH AT THE SAME VENUE.
YOU WILL RECIEVE AN E-MAIL FROM THE ORGANISERS WHICH YOU MUST REPLY TO, CONFIRMING YOUR INTENTION TO ATTEND THE NEWLY ARRANGED SHOW.THE REPLY MUST BE MADE BEFORE FRIDAY 16TH JULY OR YOU WILL LOSE YOUR PLACE AND IT WILL BE GIVEN TO SOMEONE ON THE SHOWS RESERVE LIST.

NORTH WALES CLASSIC AND MOTORCYCLE SHOW

For those members who do not mind a pay to enter show. NORTH WALES CLASSIC AND MOTORCYCLE SHOW. BODRHYDDAN HALL. DYSERTH RD.RHUDDLAN. RHYLLL18 55BNORTH WALESSUNDAY 25TH JULY. £5 entry charge for vehicles.

Lymm transport day. Important information.

To All Vehicle and Club Exhibitors accepted for Lymm Historic Transport Day 2021 

This is a generic mail to all accepted Exhibitors, please note our COVID-19 Compliance Statement from our website copied below for your reference. If you have any questions please let me know.

Kind Regards,
Chris

Chris Berg,
Vehicle Manager,
Lymm Historic Transport Day 2021

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Lymm Historic Transport Day, Sunday June 27th: IMPORTANT UPDATE June 4th 2021

Warrington Borough Council and the local Public Health Department have now ( June 1st) given the green light to our event and are issuing us a licence for the use of the council owned May Queen Field. Furthermore they are satisfied that with the changes to the event format we have made, plus our Covid-safety measures the event meets all the criteria for a permissible event under Step 3. This means that LHTD 2021 can proceed without Step 4 transition. If Step 4 does go ahead on June 21st we will nevertheless still implement our plan unchanged, including all those Covid-safety measures, in the interests of health and safety. This statement is also posted on our website here: LHTD COVID Statement

We are in regular contact with Warrington Borough Council Safety Advisory Group. If at any time between now and June 27th a change in the health situation means the event can no longer safely go ahead then it will be cancelled. Clearly, we hope that this will not be the case and that we will all have a great day on the 27th. We will, of course, keep everyone fully informed of any developments. These will also be posted on https://www.lymmtransport.org.uk/ and https://www.facebook.com/lymmtransport. Feel free to contact us if you would like to comment or require further clarity on any aspect of the above. lymmtransport@gmail.com

Your safety is our Number One priority

We have all been through a difficult and complicated time. Even now (on June 1st) nothing is completely certain for the end of this month. We can only plan to make our event as safe as possible and continue to watch the situation in these final weeks to ensure that we can meet whatever are the prevailing regulations and guides, both national and local at the time of the event. Your co- operation is a big part of it.

  • –  Please do not attend if you have any covid symptoms or a positive test result
  • –  Follow the guidance on our signage and from our stewards at all times
  • –  Keep a safe distance from others
  • –  Use sanitiser
  • –  Bring and wear a mask if you are visiting indoor venues Among the Covid measures we have in place are :
  • –  Minimisation of queuing for entry by promoting advance sales and providing more pay points, including contactless payment.
  • –  Indoor venues to provide maximum ventilation, reduce exhibits, control capacity with one way routes and possible mask wearing.
  • –  Additional toilet facilities to eliminate or reduce queuing and with regular cleaning.
  • –  Access to sanitiser, at all key points: entrances, food tables, indoor venue entry points, pay points, Event HQ and toilets though we would also encourage visitors, especially traders tobring their own too.
  • –  Signage to remind visitors of current guidelines where relevant.
  • –  No printed programme – to be replaced by web pages and large “info banners”.
  • –  For one year only no drive in parade to avoid unmanageable crowding.
  • –  No arena style events on the main field that may encourage crowding.
  • –  Our popular food court will be split over two locations on the field instead of the usual singlecentral venue.
  • –  Additional stewards will be on hand throughout the day to monitor any queuing andencourage good practice.

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FBHVC The facts

Dear Fellow Historic Vehicle Enthusiast,

Due to the number of enquiries we have recently received, the Federation have prepared and attached a summary document containing the facts about historic vehicles and market statistics for your information.

We hope the details contained within will assist.

Additionally, the information can be viewed on our website by using the following link:

https://www.fbhvc.co.uk/historic-vehicles-the-facts

Club meetings

Several members have asked the question “will the club meeting evening be at the same venue?”The answer in short is YES.Bob has visited the club room and at this moment in time has agreed with them that we are welcome to return.
For obvious reasons the date of the next club night cannot be given as it will all depend on the Covid-19 regulations in force.
Also,the annual “bring it and show it night” is cancelled for this year,but,if we can fit it in before the year ends we will do our best to get it sorted.

Club Constitution.

North West Casual Classics

(est 1995)

The Constitution of North West Casual Classics Vehicle Club

V3.0 Edition

December 2019

 Contents

1.         INTRODUCTION

2.         CLUB NAME AND OBJECTIVE

2.1            Title

2.2            Objectives

2.3       Use of Club Name and Address

3.         ALTERATIONS OF RULES

3.1            Dissolution

4.            MEMBERSHIP

4.1       Eligibility

4.2       Acceptance of Members

4.3       Provisional Membership

4.4       Honorary Membership

4.5       ‘Under 25’s’ Membership

4.6       Admission Voting

4.7       Contact Details

4.7.1    Consent to Share

4.7.2    Deleting Contact Details

4.7.3    Website Access

4.8       Subscription

4.8.1    Payment of Subscription

4.9       Donations by Members

4.10     Subscription Non-payment

4.11    Resignation

4.12     Expulsion of Members

4.13     Observation and Interpretation of the Rules

4.14     Access to the Rules and Regulations

4.15     Property of the Club

5.         OFFICIALS OF THE CLUB

5.1            Management

5.2       Election of Officers

5.3       Committee

5.4       Meetings of the Committee

5.5       Absence from Committee

5.6       Voting of Committee Members

6.         MEETINGS

6.1       The Annual General Meeting

6.2       Special General Meeting

6.3       Agenda

6.4       Voting

6.5       Right to be Present

7.        EVENTS AND SHOWS

7.1       Acquisition of Entry Passes

7.2       Legality of vehicles

7.3       Show Attendance

1.      INTRODUCTION

This Constitution is the body of Rules and Regulations by which this club is regulated. It describes the clubs purpose and objectives and embodies the aspirations of its members, namely to further their enjoyment of their various vehicles, and apply
to and attend shows and events as a club.

2. NAME & OBJECTIVES

2.1    Title

The name of the Club shall be, “The North West Casual Classics Multi-make Vehicle Club” (abbreviated to NWCC), hereafter referred to in this document as “the Club”.

2.2    Objectives

The Club exists to:

  • Foster interest in the use, preservation, and restoration of classic vehicles of all types;
  • Foster interest in classic vehicles;
  • Watch the local administration of the laws affecting motoring and motor vehicles, and to make representations to the appropriate bodies, Government or council.
  • Promote the club at events both organised by this club, and other events at which the club attends.
  • Arrange events, lectures, discussions and social and other meetings;
  • Afford Members such benefits and privileges as may be possible;
  • Provide Members with assistance, advice and information on matters connected with their vehicles, without prejudice.

2.3    Use of Club Name and Address

The name and/or address of the Club shall not be given by any Member as their address for any trade, advertising, business purposes or in connection with any legal proceedings.

3.   RULES ALTERATION

Any alterations may be made in these Rules by a General Meeting, provided:

  • Changes to the club rules should only be made at General Meetings
  • That details of the proposed alteration or alterations are brought to the attention of the Club Chairman or Vice Chairman prior to the General Meeting, should the requester be unable to be present at the General Meeting;

and that…

  • The resolution proposing such alteration be carried by a majority of those entitled to vote.

3.1   Dissolution

The Club may be dissolved by a Special General Meeting convened by direction of the Committee, or on the requisition of the majority of the Members. If the resolution of dissolution be duly passed, the Committee may, forthwith, appoint an Auditor to liquidate the affairs of the Club, and if there remains any surplus assets on realisation, these shall be disposed of at the discretion of the Committee.

4.      MEMBERSHIP

4.1     Eligibility

Membership shall consist of the following categories;

  1. Ordinary Full Members
  2. Honorary Full Members
  3. Under 25’s’ Full Members

These categories can be applied to more than one person. i.e. the Club, at the discretion of the committee, can recognise a couple (married or otherwise) and recognise them both as such that only one membership be required.

4.2     Acceptance of Members

Applications for Membership of the Club shall be submitted in person at either a club gathering, by post to the Membership Secretary, or online via the club web site and the acceptance of such candidates shall be at the discretion of the Committee.

Membership of the Club shall continue only for the period covered by the current subscription, and Members shall be subject to re-evaluation annually, by the Committee.

All applicants must complete a form requesting their name and address, and this must be made by an individual in his/her own correct name and be signed by that applicant personally.

A parent or guardian must sign to give consent to membership for anyone under sixteen years of age.

4.3     Provisional Membership

There will be no provisional members. Any applicant for Membership of the Club shall, on acceptance of their subscription, become a full Member of the Club.

4.4     Honorary Membership

The Committee may elect as Honorary Members any person or persons who have been distinguished in promoting the cause of motoring in general or of the Club in particular, subject to ratification at the next General Meeting.

4.5     ‘Under 25’s’ Membership

There shall be an ‘Under 25’s’ Membership Category which may be liable to a reduced annual subscription. Applications for membership within this category will be at the discretion of the Membership Secretary and be supported by evidence to demonstrate eligibility. Such members will obtain the rights of an Ordinary full Member of the Club.

4.6     Admission Voting

A vote of one-third of the entire Committee against an application for Membership shall exclude that applicant from Membership.

4.7      Contact Details

Member’s contact details will only be made available to committee members for club business, eg: subscription reminders, sending show tickets, get well cards; and will not be shared outside of the club.

4.7.1  Consent to Share

By signing the application form a prospective member gives consent for the sharing of contact details as above. Consent to share details can be withdrawn at any time by the member contacting the membership secretary.

4.7.2  Deleting Contact Details

Any member leaving the club, or any relative of a deceased member, may have the member’s details deleted by contacting the membership secretary.

4.7.3  Website Access

Members may apply to have access to the member’s area on the club website with their own, personal user name and password which no-one else will have access to.

4.8     Subscription

Annual Membership Subscription shall be proposed by the Committee and approved by a majority at the Annual General Meeting.

4.8.1 Payment of Subscription

The method and amount of payment of subscription will be decided at the Annual General Meeting. Proposals of the method and amount may be presented by any member at the Annual General Meeting, and approved by a majority at the same. This
method/amount will remain in force until altered at subsequent Annual General Meetings.

4.9     Donations by Members

In extra-ordinary circumstances, the club may find itself with insufficient funds to cover its short term financial commitments. In this instance, a General meeting will be called and the membership approached by the committee for donations to assist at these times.

4.10   Subscription Non-payment

Any Member of the Club who has not paid their renewal subscription within two clear months of the date on which it falls due shall be assumed to have resigned from the Club. Rejoining members who have exceeded this period will be charged their subscription appropriately, based on the normal 12 month subscription rate, and at the discretion of the committee.

4.11   Resignation

Any Member ceasing, voluntarily or otherwise, to be a Member of the Club, shall thereafter cease to have any claim upon the property of the Club or to enjoy any of the privileges of Membership, but shall remain liable for the payment of any debts due to the Club.

4.12   Expulsion of Members

It shall be the duty of the Committee if at any time they shall be of the opinion that the interests of the Club so require, by letter, to invite any Member to withdraw from the Club within a time specified in such letter, and in default of such withdrawal to submit the question of their expulsion to a full meeting of the Committee, to be held within six weeks after the date of such letter. Members of the Committee shall be given seven days notice that a question of withdrawal or expulsion is to be discussed at a meeting of the Committee. The Member whose expulsion is under consideration shall be given at least seven days notice of such a meeting and shall be allowed to offer an explanation of their conduct verbally, or in writing and if two-thirds of the whole Committee shall then vote for his expulsion, they shall at once cease to be a Member of the Club.

4.13   Observation and Interpretation of the Rules

Every member binds themselves to abide by the Rules of the Club and also to any modifications made in conformity with the Rules and to accept as final and binding the decision of the Committee in all cases of dispute or disagreement as to the interpretation.

4.14   Access to the Rules and Regulations

Every Member shall have access to the Club Constitution on election to Membership.

4.15     Property of the Club

Any badges, property and/or equipment issued to a Member by or for the Club shall remain the property of the Club. On termination of their Membership, Members shall deliver up such property to a committee member.

5. CLUB OFFICIALS

5.1     Management

The authority and responsibility for the transaction of the business of the Club for its management shall be vested in a Committee, who, in addition to the powers and authorities by these rules expressly conferred on them, may exercise all powers and do all acts in furtherance of the objects for which the Club is established, other than those hereby expressly directed or required to be exercised or done by the Club in a General Meeting.

5.2     Election of Officers

The Chairman and Vice-Chairman of the Club and Treasurer, Secretary and Committee shall be elected at the Annual General Meeting, subject to termination at the next Annual General Meeting following their appointment. Any member of the
committee can put themselves forward for re-election as many times as they wish.

5.3     Committee

Nominations of Candidates for election to the Committee must be done in person or by special prior arrangement with the committee prior to the Annual General Meeting.
Nominations of Candidates shall be seconded and voted in by a majority of membership.

The Committee shall consist of not less than five and not more than ten Members, including the Chairman and Vice-Chairman, who shall be full Members of the Committee.

The Committee shall have the power to co-opt other Members as they deem necessary.

The Committee may appoint, from outside the Membership of the Club, an Auditor and/or a Solicitor.

The Committee shall have the power to appoint a Sub-Committee of not less than three persons to meet on its behalf in respect of any matter which is specifically referred to the Committee.

One quarter of the Members of the Committee shall form a quorum.

 

5.4    Committee Meetings

The Secretary, either of his/her own accord or by the direction of the Chairman, shall, unless otherwise agreed by all the Committee, give at least seven days notice of the holding of a Committee Meeting.

5.5     Absence from Committee

Any Member of the Committee who shall, without sufficient reason, absent themselves from three consecutive Committee Meetings may be assumed to have resigned from the Committee.

5.6 Committee Voting

Each Member present at a meeting of the Committee shall be entitled to exercise one vote. The Chairman shall not vote except in the exercise of a casting vote. The Committee shall vote by ballot if any Member present so demands.

6.      MEETINGS

6.1     Annual General Meeting

The Annual General Meeting of the Club shall be held in the month of December in each year upon a date and at a time to be fixed by the Committee.

The Annual General Meeting shall:

  • Receive from the Committee a full statement of accounts which may be audited, showing the receipts and expenditure for the year.
  • Receive from the Committee a report of the activities of the Club during the said year.
  • Elect the Committee;
  • Decide on any resolution which may be duly submitted to the meeting as provided for in these rules.

6.2     Special General Meeting

A Special General Meeting may be convened by the direction of the Committee, or by the Chairman or Vice-Chairman at the request of at least ten percent of the Members of the Club.

6.3     Agenda

When Members wish a matter to be discussed at a General Meeting, the text of that matter, signed by at least two Members, shall be sent to the Secretary sufficiently before the date of such meeting so as to be included in the agenda of that meeting.

A copy of the agenda shall be made available to each Member prior to the meeting, but the fact that any Member has not seen a copy of the agenda shall not invalidate the proceedings.

Business which is not included in the agenda, under the item “Any Other Business” shall not be discussed at the meeting unless a majority of the Member present is in favour of the discussion taking place.

6.4     Voting

Every Member with the right to be present may express one vote. The Chairman shall not vote except in the exercise of a casting vote. At all General Meetings, except as provided in section 3, a majority of votes decides a resolution.

6.5     Right to be Present

No one can take part in General Meetings unless they have been duly elected as a Member of the Club, and has paid their subscription according to these Rules, except in the case of persons outside the Membership who have been appointed by the Committee to act on the Clubs behalf.

7.   EVENTS AND SHOWS

7.1   Acquisition of Entry Passes

The Club events co-ordinator will make advances to show organisers on the Club’s member’s behalf, for tickets and entry passes to such shows. In these circumstance, attendance at such shows will be under the auspices of the Club.

Applications by individual members to shows will not be purported to be under the clubs auspices, unless agreed by the committee at a monthly meeting prior to the event.

Any Member convicted of an offence arising out of his being in charge of a motor vehicle at any Club event or on Club business shall thereupon be liable to instant and irrevocable expulsion from the Club.

7.2     Legality of vehicles

All vehicles must be road legal where applicable.

7.3     Show Attendance

Where the Club has gone to the trouble of acquiring tickets or passes to events on its member’s behalf, it is reasonably expected that those members requesting such passes actually attend the event as agreed. Failure to do so will reflect badly on the club as a whole, and will result in serious consideration of the efficacy of procuring further passes at events and shows on their respective behalf.

MOT Changes 2018

This is well worth a read. Clears up some aspects of the new MOT rules and how the insurance companies are likely to view classics without an MOT. Please follow the link to Hagerty Insurance site

MOT Rule changes 2018

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