Norfolk has a rich history of vintage and classic clubs representing a wide variety of interests and marques. They play an important role in preserving our motoring heritage.
Whether you want to research the history of a cherished vehicle, need technical advice or have difficulty locating a part, there is a wealth of knowledge available locally.
Clubs welcome new members and often you don’t even need to own a car, motorcycle, lorry or even a tank; just share their passion for these iconic vehicles.
Just click on a club name below to visit their website for more information and contact details (or drop us a line if you have difficulty contacting them).
The AJS 9 Car Club was started in 1991 to bring together the owners of the remaining AJS cars and those with an interest in AJS.
AutobahnStormers (East Anglia)
Run by enthusiasts for enthusiasts, the AutobahnStormers are the number one club for larger Vauxhall and Opel rear wheel drive variants.
The Brandon & District Classic Vehicle Club was founded in 1993.
Fakenham Auto Club actively organises events, car runs and displays and we welcome anyone who owns or dreams of owning any type of car.
Iceni Minors (Norfolk & Suffolk Branch of the Morris Minors Owners Club)
Jaguar Enthusiasts Club (JEC Area 33)
KLCC are a group of enthusiasts who are interested in all models in the Ford Capri range. We are currently broadening our club to incorporate owners of other Ford models.
Naylor Car Club (National)
Norfolk Fives (Norfolk MX5 Owners)
The NNCVC welcomes all enthusiasts of classic, unusual, collectable and interesting vehicles for drive, fun and friendship.
Norwich MGOC welcomes all marques of classic cars of any age to interesting modern cars, along with their owners and families, to join us in our social activities.
Stag Owners Club (Norfolk area)
The Norwich & District Section of the VMCC is a group of sociable, like minded people with an interest in two and three wheeled vehicles that are over 25 years old.
The Wensum Group is the local TR Register group for Norfolk. It offers the chance to meet with like-minded people interested in the classic Triumph TR marque.
The main photo shows the Potter Heigham medieval bridge over the River Thurne. Photo courtesy of Tour Norfolk, an independent tourist guide for the county of Norfolk in England, that shows you what places actually look like. Used with permission.