From our sponsor Lancaster Insurance Services - up to 25% off your classic car insurance
Lancaster Car Club Manager Dave Youngs says:
"Lancaster offers up to 25% discount for club members and can arrange a whole range of policy extras that you'd expect such as agreed value and breakdown cover. We aim to take a realistic view when it comes to modifications, so do give us a try. We welcome feedback - good or bad - to help us to develop the scheme going forward
If you do try us for a quote, please use the bespoke telephone number 01480 400903 and let us know that the introduction has come from the club. Quote discount code DISC15 for an additional £15 discount on any new policy with Lancaster
We make a payment to the club for each and every policy sold as a result of their introduction which helps keep the club going. I'll stick my head round the door every now and again and pick up any queries that crop up. If you'd like for me to arrange a callback for a quote then i'm happy to sort it - I can be contacted by email firstname.lastname@example.org"
We're very excited to announce we now have confirmation of a club stand at the 2020 Practical Classics Classic Car & Restoration Show at the NEC in March!
Our stand will be in Hall 5 in our favoured location against the wall, with our friends from the Boston Classic Car Club beside us once again.
The team is already working on some exciting ideas for the stand and we will soon begin the search for great classics to be displayed.
In the meantime, here is the floorplan (our stand is bottom left in Hall 5).
Save £££ on Parking
by Gar Cole
Breaking news - we have been allocated a club stand at the 2020 Practical Classics Classic Car & Restoration Show at the NEC next March! We dont have any details of the stand size or location as yet but we WILL be there for our 4th consecutive Resto Show. Tickets are already on sale and if you use the club discount code RSCC2095 as shown in the image above you can save some money for extra cakey!
A fabulous free-to-take-part mix of scenic coastal driving and heavy engineering as the group heads to mid Wales - 22 & Sun 23rd of August 2020.
Base camp and start of the drive will be Brynowen holiday park near Aberystwyth. From here we take the scenic coastal route on the A465 to the Internal Fire museum of power, just outside of Cardigan at Tany Y Groes , featuring huge diesel and steam engines from the industrial and maritime past.
From the museum we will head inland passing through remote villages and towns such as Newcastle Emlyn as we meander north back towards our second stop of the day at Rheidol hydro electric power station, set in stunning scenery the group will be allowed to park up and explore the reservoir and dam itself before going inside on a pre arranged tour of the inner workings of the power station including the huge water turbines, hot and cold refreshments are available at the visitor centre.
Sunday's part 2 will involve a gentle 7 mile drive to the Vale of Rheidol steam railway, a fantastic 12 mile narrow gauge railway winding it's way up and around impressive terrain before arriving at Devils Bridge Waterfalls, for those that don't wish to use the steam railway an alternative driving route will be provided and you can meet the train and those riding it at Devils Bridge for some excellent photo opportunities.
Click the button to let us know you're coming
Filter by Month
Filter by Author