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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A fabulous weekend. Thank you Alan

Fabulous photos..

1 week ago

On Friday 3rd. of November the club embarked on another of our wonderful weekends away, this time we travelled to Clifden, leaving from The Grove Bar at 9pm.

We travelled the M50, then N7, stopping at Treacy's The Heath for breakfast then continuing onto Galway, then onto Clifden in convoy.
We arrived at The Station House Hotel, where we checked in and met later for dinner.

The following morning after a lovely breakfast we headed for Mayo taking in the lovely scenery, stopping at Kylemore Abbey and Victorian Walled Gardens where
we had lunch.

Kylemore Abbey is a Benedictine Monastery founded in 1920 on the grounds of Kylemore Castle, in Connemara, County Galway, .- Gothic Church - Victorian Walled Gardens - Craft Shop - Pottery studio - Restaurant and Tea Rooms - Lake and Woodland ...
and is the home of the Benedictine Order of Nuns in Ireland who have lived here since 1920.

We returned to the hotel, freshened up for dinner in the Station House Hotel restaurant.
A lovely meal was had by all, we then adjourned to the bar where there was excellant music.

The following morning, after breakfast we headed up the Wild Atlantic Way stopping off at various viewing points on the way, including Cong then stopping at Cleggan for lunch.
We then made our way back to the hotel, enjoying the scenery on the way.
In the evening we all headed out to a recommended Restaurant called Marconi's

where we enjoyed a splendid meal and then adjourned back at the hotel bar where the entertainment was in full swing.
Another enjoyable evening was had by all.
The follow morning after breakfast we made home.

Another very successful and enjoyable weekend.

A big thanks to Alan Kavanagh our Events Coordinator and our committee, bringing our Clubs year to an end.

The club had their AGM on Monday 13th. November.
Our elected committee members are,
Michael Nolan,
Assistant Chairperson, Eilis Crean,
Eileen Kennedy,
Charlotte Carolan,
Events Coordinator
Alan Kavanagh,
Ann Nolan,
Safety Officer,
Joe Dutton.

Wishing all our club members and friends a very happy Christmas and New Year.

Ann Nolan,
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Happy Christmas to you all. Here's to a Happy New Year and lots of meet us in 2024.

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