Hi and a Big ‘Hello’ from all at North West Casual Classics,

North West Casual Classics (NWCC) was formed in 1995 by a group of motor enthusiasts who, at the time had a varied collection of motor vehicles. These included a truck, moped, camper, classic caravans and of course classic cars. We remain a friendly, multi-vehicle, multi-make club to this day with vehicles from every decade from the 1920’s to the 2010’s. We have a strong and enthusiastic committee and over 100 members with an even larger number of vehicles.

Our Events Team organise both runs and static displays throughout the year. Club Stands include Tatton Park, Walton Hall, Bury Transport Show, Lymm Transport Day, Frodsham Classic Car Show, Widnes Vintage Rally and many more.

We also organise our own early June Annual Show which is held in conjunction with the Hale Village Carnival in Merseyside, the home of the famed giant John Middleton the ‘Childe of Hale’, born in 1578 and reputed to be 7ft. 9in tall! That show attracts around 100 cars from clubs and individuals alike and with its accompanying attractions is quite an event. 

Clubs runs always include the National Drive-It Day in April, plus others during the year.

As a club we support two charities, Mary’s Meals and this year The Joshua Tree a charity that assists the families of children with cancer, please click here for further details.

North West Casual Classics has a Facebook group with pictures, discussion and lively banter.

Younger members are something we are actively seeking as we see them as the future of NWCC. With them come the more modern classics and they too are very welcome.

North West Casual Classics is based nicely between the conurbations of Manchester and Liverpool in Penketh, Warrington. We meet once a month on the 2nd Tuesday at around 7-30 for 8pm at the Penketh and Sankey Conservative Club on Meeting Lane Penketh   WA5  2BG.

If you have a classic or just an interest in classic vehicles and you would like to join the

North Wests leading classic vehicle club

please attend our next meeting. You will be most welcome.    

 

Nigel France     

Chairman NWCC.

 

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