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Welcome to the official website of The Garden Of Ireland Vintage Car Club. The aim of this site is to provide a useful resource of information for both existing and potential new members, obtain details of forthcoming events, entry forms and read articles submitted by clubs and members. We would welcome any ideas you may have for its enhancement.


 

 

The Garden of Ireland Vintage Car Club was formed in 2009 and currently has approximately 60 members both male and female. The club caters for a wide range of both vintage and classic cars of all makes and models. The club is affiliated to the IVVCC and is fully insured for all of it’s events. Meetings are held on a monthly basis at The Grove Bar in Delgany( on the 3rd Monday at 8.30) and are very well attended by all members. Many events are held throughout the year including the Ladies Run.

 

The Club’s mission statement is to promote and facilitate the preservation, ownership, appreciation, enjoyment and the promotion of public awareness of historical vehicles. Membership is open to any person owning or interested in motor vehicles in the vintage or classic era. Application for membership should be made to the Secretary on the standard application form. All subscriptions are due for renewal on 1st of January each year which covers public liability, insurance and affiliation to the IVVCC. New members always welcome.

Garden of Ireland Vintage Car Club AGM 2014

The Garden of Ireland Vintage Car Club held their AGM on Monday 20th January at The Grove Bar, Delgany. The following Officers were elected:

  • Chairperson – Willie Carrick
  • Vice Chairperson – Mick Nolan
  • Secretary –  Eileen Kennedy
  • Treasurer –  Charlotte Carolan
  • PRO – Ann Nolan
  • Events Coordinator – Eric Salmon
  • Safety Officer –  Collie Gammell

The secretary, in her report, thanked the committee and members for their assistance in what was a very successful year for the club with many events and activities taking place. The club also saw an increase in membership which is very encouraging. The highlight of the year was of course The Annual Garden of Ireland Run which took place in September. This attracted over 85 vintage car enthusiasts from around the entire county and further afield.The club is now planning for the RIAC Classic Car show in the RDS on the 1st and 2nd of March and events for the rest of the year…