About Our Club

Since its beginning in 2009, the Garden of Ireland Vintage Car Club has been about vintage classics of all makes and models, and the enjoyment of the sport.

We embrace individuals who share our interests, welcome the camaraderie and support the overall goals of the club. Affiliated with the IVVCC, we currently have in excess of 100 members and are very active, running events across the country, throughout the year. Our largest event annually is the Annual Garden of Ireland Run which takes place in September. This attracts vintage car enthusiasts from around the entire county and further afield.

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3 days ago

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4 days ago

On Sunday we had our first run of the season, leaving The Grove Bar heading towards Enniskerry, through the Scalp, onto Kilternan, Lambs Cross, Lamb Doyles and onto Marley Park where we stopped for coffee and a chat and a slight breakdown, which was quickly sorted by our talented members.
On leaving Marley Park we went passed the Grange Golf Club and under the M50
and on up to The Mount Venus Rd. and on up into the Dublin Mountains, across the Feather Bed and on into Glencree.
We went passed Powerscourt Waterfall, and onto the Old Long Hill towards Douce Woods, turning for Ballinastoe Crossroads finishing at The Grove Bar where we had lunch.
We were lucky with the weather with the sun shining most of the run.
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On Sunday we had our first run of the season, leaving The Grove Bar heading towards Enniskerry, through the Scalp, onto Kilternan, Lambs Cross, Lamb Doyles and onto Marley Park where we stopped for coffee and a chat and a slight breakdown, which was quickly sorted by our talented members.
On leaving Marley Park we went passed the Grange Golf Club and under the M50
and on up to The Mount Venus Rd. and on up into the Dublin Mountains, across the Feather Bed and on into Glencree.
We went passed Powerscourt Waterfall, and onto the Old Long Hill towards Douce Woods, turning for Ballinastoe Crossroads finishing at The Grove Bar where we had lunch.
We were lucky with the weather with the sun shining most of the run.Image attachmentImage attachment+7Image attachment

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Well done. Nice spin

Great to see you out and about.

2 weeks ago

Hello Everyone, Happy New Year, weather permitting we are hoping to have our belated Christmas Run next Sunday 29th Jan. meeting at the Grove Bar 11am & Departure 11.30 am hope to see you all

Regards
Eileen
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2 weeks ago

It is with great sadness that we have to inform you of the death of Kevin Kelly, who was a club member and brother of our former chairperson Liam Kelly.
May he rest in peace.

Kevin will be at the family home Sunday evening after 5pm with burial in St. Peters cemetery on Tuesday after 3pm Mass.
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Such a lovely person. Rip Kevin .

Kevin was a Gentleman! May he Rest in Peace.

Condolences to all family R.I.P Kevin 🙏🌹

Condolences to Kevin's family and friends from all of us across the gap. May Kevin rest in peace.

Condolences To All The Kelly Family

So sorry to hear this. May he Rest In Peace.

Sorry to read about Kevin.. Condolences to all

rip keven condolences to family

🙏 rip

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2 weeks ago

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