Terenure Bus Run (5th July) This is a coach run to Terenure, one of the largest classic car show in Ireland, Due to a late cancellation there is now available two more seats on the bus. Please ring Norman (07765 475825) if you are interested.
Cumlin Civic Parade (Sat 1st Aug) This festival will be a parade through the town center as part of the Civic Parade. Although it is the day before the Cavalcade I would appreciate a few cars as this was a great success last year. If you are interested please get in touch with Norman (Tel: 07765 475825)
Portrush Cavalcade. (Sun 2nd Aug) The Annual Portrush Cavalcade is our yearly charity run this year is raising money for 'Lighthouse', a local charity invovled in suicide awareness. Please get your entries in and any ballot money of tickets returned as soon as possible.
The Charity chosen for the 2015 Portrusah Cavalcade is the Lighthouse Suicide Awareness. A Belfast based charity setup to help people effected by suicide and self harm.
Easter Run (4th April 2015) Time is running out to get your entry forms in for the Easter Run. This is a run to Downpatrick Railway. With a ride on a steam train and a Dinner afterwards all for £20, what more could you ask for. Click Here for the entry form.
Membership renewal forms will be dropping through your door shortly after Christmas. The EAOVC is still one of the cheapest car clubs around, so please return your forms ASAP. A more convenient way to pay is by Direct Debit. A form will be enclosed in the renewal letter. Please note this form gets sent to your bank or building society and NOT to the club.
Sun 24th August 2014: Shoreline Festival. This was one of the biggest turnouts for this event we have had. Many thanks to those who turned out and to NBC for inviting use.
Jim Boland Collection. Bambridge Old Vehicle Club had their bus run down to the Jim Boland Collection and some of our members went down with them. Click Here for the photo's and to read more about it.
Drive it Day. As usual Colemans Garden Centre played host for a static display on the week before Easter The day started off a bit slow but soon filled up to what we would expect. Click Here to read about it.