Christmas Supper. 6th December The East Antrim Old Vehicle Club will be holding it's annual Christmas Supper on the first Tuesday of December. Please Click Here for more information and the entry form. Please note entries will not be accepted on the night without prior arrangemets.
End of Season Run. The End of Season Run will be held on Sunday 9th October. This is an afternoon run starting at The Loughshore Hotel in Carrick We travel on to Antrim Castle Gardens for tea/coffee and a guided tour of the Gardens. We will then travel on to Broughshane and the hidden gem that is the Waterfowl Park. to finish the day we have a short drive to Ballymena Golf Club for a three course meal. This run is a nice short and relaxing run perfect for the last run of the season. Click here for more details of the run and the entry form.
The organisers of the events take a lot of time and effort to arrange these runs. If you can please support these events. After all this is what you joined the club for, to get your pride and joy out on the road. if you have a problem with any of the events let us know.
Portrush Cavalcade 2016. This year's Cavalcade was a great success with everything running like clockwork, thanks to the marshals on the day. Thanks go to their hard work and the committee that spent the time this year to put it all in place. Click here to read more and see the cars involved.
Annual General Meeting. The club held the 2015 AGM at the Loughshore Hotel on Tuesday 3rd November. As well as chossing the Portrush Carity for the comming year the club also elected the club officials and committee members. We where very pleased to see more members than usual coming forwward, so we took the oportunity to elect a good size committee. Click here to read more.
President's Run (Sat 26th Sept 2015)
After breakfast in Carrick we had an excellent run to Bushmills for a tour of the Distillery, followed by Dinner at The Gracehill Golfclub. Click Here to see some pictures of the event.
Funny how a run to the oldest licensed distillery in the world can be so popular.
Glengormley Culture Night.
Richard Gregory has ask me to thank all those that suported the event on Friday Night. Although the rain came on just in time for the parade, up until then it was not a bad evening.
A suggestion for the organisers of the evening, It would have been better for the parade to have got underway an hour earlier when the was some daylight left in the day.