Other events and activities can be found on the club Facebook page and can be accessed by typing ‘Knighton Historic Vehicle Club’ into the Facebook search bar.
If you would like to set up an event, click here to see what to do.
Please note that some dates may change due to covid restrictions. Of course we hope that the government’s dates will apply.
Note – Entries in green bold are club events, those in italics are external events.
Sunday 3rd – Herefordshire tour. Meet at the Bromfield Farm Shop (Food Centre) at 08.45 hrs to leave at 09.00 hrs (note revised start time) for Breakfast at Westons Cider Mill, Much Markle. Followed by scenic Wye Valley tour with optional picnic / comfort stop and finishing for afternoon tea at The Trumpet Corner Tea Room (details to be confirmed by e-mail and Facebook). Contact: Alan Grimley 01584 856959.
Sunday 10th – If you like watching vintage cars being thrashed up muddy hills then The Vintage Sports Car Club (VSCC) is holding its Welsh Trial at Cwm Whitton Farm, Nr. Knighton. Parking is available for spectators for a charity donation of around £5 per car. Please note there is some hill walking involved if you want to see the action at close quarters and the site can get muddy in wet weather. The competitors usually arrive at the farm from about 1.00PM onwards. Contact: Alan Grimley 01584 856959, email@example.com.
24th – Tour and Sunday lunch at the Metropole. Proposed to meet in Evenjobb, Jules does the coffee and biscuits in the village hall; then we have a scenic drive to Llandrindod Wells; eat, have a good chat with everyone, go home. If anyone wants to plan the route from Evenjobb, please feel free.
Sunday lunch in The Radnor Room at The Metropole Hotel, Sitting down between 13.00 – 13.30 – 2 course £16.95, 3 course £18.95, Jugs of water on table. Pay individually on the day. Car Parking reserved area for 20 cars.
11th – Christmas do at the Metropole. Click here for more details, and book now..
Message from Lynne Munro KHVC Chairperson
Hello to KHVC members
I trust this finds you safe and well and you are looking forward to getting your cars back on the road again very soon, I know Alan and I are.
Many of us will have had our first Coronavirus vaccine, and possibly have a date for the second. The Coronavirus Road Map shown below is looking more positive for our future, so I don’t think it will be too long before we can all meet up again face to face. We’ve already put some activities back on the calendar.
As you know, our 2020 Annual General Meeting was cancelled due to the virus. I took over from Karyn as Chairperson in April 2020. Not a great start to my term of office but things can only get better.
The Committee held a meeting earlier this month with the help of Zoom, and as it went so well, I’m pleased to let you know that the 2021 AGM which is scheduled for Sunday 18th April at 4pm will be delivered via Zoom.
We would like as many members in attendance as possible, the Agenda and Previous Minutes are attached. The meeting time is limited to 40 minutes so the AGM will start promptly at 4pm.
Your attendance and input into the Clubs future activities is very important, and if you’d like to be on the committee or organise an event all the better, just let me know.
If you’re not familiar with Zoom you can create a free account at https://zoom.us/
Please let our Secretary Julie Norman know that you’d like to attend and she will send you an invite in due course. Julie’s contact details are firstname.lastname@example.org 01547 560052.