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Age UK works with a number of friendship centres across the country.They provide a great way to meet like-minded people and make friends in your area.If you are thinking of purchasing a Classic Car, please visit our Owners Clubs Buying Guide first.There is a lot of practical information to aid in your buying process.North West Casual Classics is an extremely friendly club and welcomes new members with any make of vehicle whether it be a car, motorbike, campervan or military vehicle or anything else for that matter.Our current members have vehicles dating from the 1930's through to the 1990's.Through each calendar year, members have the opportunity to attend between 10 - 20 shows, depending on the number that have been adopted by the club, following interest expressed by its members.We meet at the Penketh and Sankey Sports and Social Club on Warrington Road in Penketh at 8.00 pm on the second Tuesday of each month.
We frequently make social outings to classic car and other shows, some of which include a camp over and a few members competing for honours.
The friendship centres listed below are run by groups of active older people who meet on a regular basis for social activities, which could include rambling, tenpin bowling, pub lunches, theatre visits, holidays and days out.
Please note that social groups, activities and services are provided by local Age UKs across the country, including Age UK's befriending services. Opening hours: We meet on the 1st Wednesday of every month at the Globe Inn, Lower Gungate, Tamworth. 12.00pm for lunch (no need to book); 1.30pm for meeting with speaker.
The Manx Classic Car Club was formed in 1973 by a group of local pre-war car enthusiasts amongst whom was the late Sam Clutton former President of the Vintage Sports Car Club, who became our first Chairman with Brian Mylchreest as President.
Back then they met in the Majestic Hotel which is now a prestigious block of apartments.