Message from our Chairman

Dave Ewers

Now, I realise that a lot of people will know or find faces familiar in this newish club that’s because they are! A good number of us being involved with another local club for some years and having circulated in the classic car circuit in East Kent.

So the aim of our club is to celebrate the good things we have experienced over the years and be very thankful of the good friends and contacts made, and to take our new club to the next level. 

    Being a relatively small club we have to be clever & constructive in what we do  We have some different activities planned, & frankly I find the simple things the most fun, bringing out the best in people as we have found in the past. I can honestly say with out any reservations at all 110%, that we the club have a great team of people working tirelessly to make this club work & take it into the future settting the benchmark for other clubs to aspire to, but that being said, we the TC&C are not or do not wish to compete with any other classic car clubs or events in any shape or form, we are a stand alone club with member interaction & our own high core values.   

      We produce a bi-monthly update on rallies, events and meeting places in our bi-monthly magazine, allowing us to communicate well between members. We have a club Facebook page in addition to the website,  and welcome contributions to our newsletter on a one off, or even regular basis. of anything you think might be of interest to other members, whatever photo’s, articles, letters, comments etc it is a interactive club.

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Dave Ewers.



So,what can you expect from your bi-monthly newsletter when you

join us?  Well, See below for a sneak preview! .Our newsletter is currently 12 pages A5 size in colour.

Some Classic Ad's


1st JAN 2020

While many people were at home nursing a sore head from the events of New Year's Eve,Teacakes and Classics were on the road! Our Bob organised a wonderful 22 and a half mile run around the Isle of Thanet and it's surrounding villages to our usual meeting place The Dog and Duck at Plucksgutter, where we were made most welcome.

A 'New Arrival' for the New Year!  Peter's  bought a nice Velocette and now Elaine's Scooter! as of  Oct/Nov 2020