Welcome to the Traditional Car Club of Doncaster. We are a large group of friendly people who share a common passion for all things Classic Car related. Our regular meetings take place every other Wednesday evening at the Burghwallis Pub in Burghwallis near Doncaster allowing us to get together to share conversation, stories, ideas and have a thoroughly good time. The club was founded in 1967 providing over 50 years of fun and entertainment to our members and the wider community.
You don’t have to own a classic car to come and join in the fun or be an expert mechanic either; a healthy interest in or appreciation of classic cars or bikes is more than enough. There are a wide variety of members already in the club ranging from the expert to novice so whatever your level of interest there will be someone in the club to share that experience with.
Members of the Traditional Car Club of Doncaster own a substantial selection of vehicles covering all eras of classic cars, motorcycles and commercial vehicles from the vintage to the modern. If a specific make or model of vehicle is your thing it is likely there will be someone in the club who has some involvement with that vehicle. Although the club is based in Doncaster we do attract members from further afield and some of our members come from the surrounding areas such as Hornsea, Leeds, Gainsborough and Harrogate, covering Yorkshire, Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire and beyond.
In addition to our regular meetings the Club hosts a number of events throughout the year including the Doncaster Classic Car & Bike Show held at the Deaf College, Doncaster in conjunction with the Doncaster St Georges Rotary Club. This event has grown to be one of the largest events for classic cars in the whole of Yorkshire with some 800 vehicles on display last year. Additionally the club organises classic vehicles for Epworth Show as well as social events such as “Drive it day” breakfast meetings, club picnics and other opportunities to get out in our Classic Cars. We also attend many other shows, rallies and events organised by others throughout our catchment areas of Yorkshire, Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire and beyond. You can get involved in as much or as little as you like and the events that suit you.
Our regular meetings also give us the chance to link in with topical or seasonal events such as our 1940’s evening to commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day.
If you think the club may be the one for you then please feel free to come along to one of our meetings where you will be warmly welcomed. Details of the location of our meetings can be found on our meetings and directions page and their timings can be found on our events calendar. Should you choose to become a member then an application form can be found via our membership page. Members are kept up to date with our Bi-Monthly magazine “The Tradsheet” (a 32 page A5 magazine) featuring articles, advice, historic publications, events diary, rally reports and more alternatively via our Facebook (Members only group) and Twitter feed, or the announcements at our regular meetings. If you wish to contact us directly for further information then all our details can be found on our Contacts page.