Alerts ...

SEAT Arosa 1.4L (member's car) (click here)
MGBGT Used Parts and a DAX RUSH for sale (click here)

Club Meetings ...

Club meetings take place on the last-Wednesday of every month.
Our next meeting will be on:

Please Note the Club's Christmas gathering to be held at the Walter Arms on the 17th January!

Club Runs ...

The next BADCCC "Activities" are as follows:

NB. To organise these runs we do need to know who is interested well in advance, especially where "booking" is required... Please help us by annnouncing your interest asap!

Evening Runs (Now moved from Wednesday to Tuesday evenings !)
  • The next country pub run will be on Tuesday 16th December - the destination will be the Jack of Newbury, just north of Binfield (RG42 5PH). Convoy from Jubilee Avenue, at 7pm.
    Please note "A" on this map -

  • The date for the following month's country pub run will be Tuesday 13th January - location to be advised nearer the time.
Weekday Runs
  • Stu Smith is planning a run out to Nelson's Diner at Kingsclere for a "taste of the USA" on Tuesday 30th December. Meet at 11:30am at Barkham Village Hall for a 40 mile "B road" round trip to Nelson's Diner in your classic, or even in your modern car.

  • Then we have a run "pencilled in" for Tuesday 20th January for a tour of the BMW Mini "Plant Oxford" at Cowley (daytime visit), which occupies a 200 acre site, with a workforce of 4,000 producing up to 900 Minis a day. The guided tour will take around 2.5 hours and the cost will be around £15 each. If you would like to participate, then please contact Roger Crowther.
Weekend Runs
  • We will be heading to Bicester Heritage on Sunday 4th January for their Sunday Brunch Scramble for Classic Cars, Motorcycles and Aeroplanes.
    A CRANMOG club display of Morgans is confirmed. The Military Vehicle Trust will hold their Icicle Run at Bicester Heritage, so a diverse range of military vehicles from all ages is expected at the Technical Site. Airfield side, fine weather will bring the Vintage Aircraft Club's Snowball Rally, with at least twenty vintage and classic aircraft on display. The route to the Bicester Heritage airfield will be through the Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire countryside, avoiding the M40.
    Online registration is essential at Bicester Heritage

Please also download our *NEW* Calendars (to be found on the "Events" menu above) for advanced notifcation of meetings, "run-outs", motorsport and any other club activities.

About B.A.D.C.C.C ...

Club History:

The reason that the "BADCCC" was created was so that those that have a passion for motor vehicles could enjoy classic motoring as a community, have a bit of fun, and help raise some money for charities along the way. Having a local club is much more accessible, especially for those of us with busy lives who, while we all appreciate the support of the larger "marque" clubs, often find it difficult to join in with their social events simply due to a lack of time.

The B.A.D.C.C.C is a collection of enthusiasts who live in and around the Barkham (Berkshire) area and who share a passion for classic automobile engineering. There are now more than 85 of us!

ALL classic vehicles, motorcycles and any other unusual vehicle which is no longer in production are welcome to join; along, of course, with their owners and families! In essence, if you enjoy motoring, and wish to get to know more of the local community, then come along and join us. We invite applications from prospective members, so please do get in touch. As you will see from the "Gallery", we already have quite a varied selection of cars, from Messerschmitts to Aston Martins.

Where to meet up ...

Our "Meeting Point" (RG40 4PL) for driving to meetings and events in convoy (unless otherwise stated on the Events page) can be found here :
St James Church Hall Car Park, Barkham (next to the church)

With thanks to the Barkham Village Hall organisers for use of the car park.

(For any further details please email the club; see the "Contact" page.)

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