Events diary

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. 

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. 


23rd Club run – leave Bromfield Food Centre at 12 noon. Approx 80 miles. Limited to 15 vehicles. Pit stop at the Hop Pocket where there is a cafe and toilets. Run finishes at Leintwardine approx 5.30pm followed by fish and chips, burger, wedges and coleslaw. Paninis also available. Food needs to be booked with Brian or Pearl at the same time as booking the run. Payment by click and collect from the pub on the day.
Book by 17th June to either. Pearl on 07969827430 or Brian on 07800915926 or, Email Brian on

27th – Steam and Vintage Show, Aston-on-Clun. Meet at the Kangaroo carpark at 9.45, to book-in call John James  on 01588 660568. 

30th – Committee meeting



CLUB EVENTS RESTART – 1st – Discovery centre rally
1st – Classic Car Show – Welshpool to Newtown 



18th – Michaelmas Fair at Bishops Castle – book you car in online
22nd to 26th – Fen to Feel rally – Mob: +44 (0) 7764 600 601, Off: +44 (0) 1404 830 096


3rd – proposed 3 day trip to Bulkley Hotel, Beaumaris – TBA

17th – tour and lunch – to be confirmed

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  

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 01547 560052.

Road Map

England May 17th People can meet in groups of up to 30 outdoors.  Six people or two households can meet indoors.  Pubs, restaurants and other hospitality venues can seat customers indoors.  Up to 30 people can attend weddings or other life events, like christenings.  Remaining outdoor entertainment, such as outdoor theatres and cinemas can open.  Indoor entertainment such as museums, theatres, cinemas and children’s play areas can open.  Performances and large events can restart, but with limits on audience numbers.  Hotels, hostels and B&Bs can reopen.  International leisure travel may resume.  Adult indoor group sports and exercise classes can restart.  Wales – Pubs can provide indoor seating.  Groups of up to 30 can meet outdoors and groups of six can meet indoors.

*5 weeks later – England 21st June All legal limits on social contact will be removed.  No legal limits on the number of people who can attend weddings, funerals and other life events.  Nightclubs will be allowed to reopen. Wales – Lifting of all restrictions.

*correct as of the e-mail sent date 

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