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Do you own or have an interest in Classic Cars?

If so why not join us at Basingstoke Classic Car Club (or BCCC). We are a very active club of around 60 members, from around North Hampshire & South Berkshire, who have variety of classic cars which we love to drive to shows and trips out. We even go on long weekends away and have toured parts of Europe and UK on a number of occasions (with our classic cars of course). If this and much more interests you, why not come along and see if you like us; we have monthly meetings at the Moose Centre, Basingstoke on the 2nd Wednesday of each month or our social gathering on the 4th Wednesday of the month. You can also find us at many local shows as well as on Facebook.

For a warm welcome, check out our events page and come along and join us.

No classic car required - just a sense of humour

You can contact us on e-mail at info@b-ccc.com

BCCC are members of the Federation of British Historical Vehicle Clubs

Join us on Facebook and post your pictures and comments.

Membership renewal before 1st March 2017 is still only £12.00 a year.

 

New or Lapsed Members £17.00

£1.00 reduction if you receive your newsletter by e-mail 

Download Membership Application Form

 

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Next Club Event

There are no further club events for the 2016 season.

 

Next Club Meeting

14th December 2016, 8:00pm at The Moose Centre, Churchill Way, Basingstoke. RG21 7QU.

 

Next Social Meeting - Xmas Dinner

10th December 2016, 7:30pm at Bartons Mill, Old Basing.

Latest News

20 October 2016

FBHVC 2016 National Historic Vehicle Survey Summary is available on the FBHVC Legislation web page.

 

Latest FBHVC Newsletter No. 5 is available on the FBHVC Legislation web page.

 

Ian's Mini pickup has been sold and will now reside in Italy.

Featured websites

 

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Does DVLA think your car has Vehicle Excise Duty and an MOT?  https://www.gov.uk/check-vehicle-tax is a new site, currently in beta.

Previous MoT attempts can be checked at

https://www.gov.uk/check-mot-history-vehicle

To use this service you need the registration mark, and either the serial number of the most recent pass/fail certificate or the reference number from the most recently issued V5C. This allows you to view all fail and advisory items from previous MoT attempts, all at a glance.

How Many Left »

Use DVLA data to look up how many cars like yours are left in the UK.

Basingstoke Roundabout 

Our club is part the Basingstoke Roundabout community of websites. Use the links below to explore some of our local organisations.

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