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Dedicated to serving the interests of members of the Austin Healey Club (UK) Limited who reside in the regions of Northern England, North Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

Jun6-7Classic and Performance Car Spectacular at Tatton Park

The Classic and Performance Car Spectacular is one of the UK’S most loved classic car shows, celebrating the golden age of motoring. Enthusiasts can view some of the finest cars ever made, with more than 2000 classics on site. There is something for everyone! Buying or selling? Don’t miss their famous classic car autojumble. More than 90 car clubs will exhibit their vehicles alongside superb examples owned by private exhibitors.

For more details about the show see www.tattonclassiccarshow.com.

We will be having our usual club stand and BBQ. Contact Mike for tickets. See Event Calendar for contact details.

Aug15-16Passion for Power Classic Car Show at Tatton Park

Passion for Power is a huge show featuring everything the discerning classic car enthusiast could ever want. The Show offers the perfect opportunity to look at hundreds of exotic supercars and find everything you could ever want or need at the various trade stalls.

For more details about the show see www.tattonpassionforpower.com.

We will be having our usual club stand and BBQ. Contact Mike for tickets. See Event Calendar for contact details.

Aug29-31Oulton Park Gold Cup

The Oulton Park Gold Cup is the circuit's signature event - and much more than your average historic race meeting, with a plethora of themed off-track entertainment. For more details see www.oultonparkgoldcup.com.

Contact Mike for tickets. See Event Calendar for contact details.

May Bank Holiday Weekend 2019 Report

This year our weekend took place on third to sixth of May and was organised by Paul and Jacqui Johnson and Mike and Bernadette Stonier. The event was held in the Scottish borders based at the Dryburgh Abbey hotel. The original building was built in 1845 as the private residence of the Baillie family. The hotel is well situated being yards from the abbey ruins with the final resting places of Field Marshal Haig and Walter Scott More...