|HVCCC Committee (2022.05)|
|Chris Jones||Vice President|
|Allan Bull||Club Captain|
|Nevin Powell||Vice Club Captain|
|Sheryl Nolan||Social Convenor|
Our Club enjoys the fortune of having Tom Andrews of the »Classics Museum as our Club Patron. Thank you.
You are welcome to come to our Club Nights, held from 7:00pm every First Sunday of the Month (except January) at Classics Museum 11 Railside Place, Hamilton.
At these Club Nights you can enjoy our friendly company. The evenings are informal with a cuppa and a chat, guest speakers, photos and contact with other club members.
It is the best place for prospective members to come and learn more about our Club and all our activities.
The Club holds Monthly Runs, organised to visit various interesting places with a bunch of friendly people, driving our cars, often along roads not normally travelled. We enjoy picnics, BBQ's, conversation and lots of lighthearted fun.
Membership of our Club is by invitation only and must be approved by the committee whose decision is final. Once approved, there is a one-time $15 joining fee on top of the annual membership subscription.
Subscriptions run from 01 June until 31 May the next year. The cost is just $50 per family. The renewal form is available in our newsletter.
The Club's bank account is 03-0314-0206319-00. Please always put your surname and initials in Particulars and what the payment is for in Reference. Example:
Particulars [Simons K.L.] Reference [merchandise]
Please send in your contributions to the editor by the 15th of the month for the next issue of our Club newsletter 'Kollector'.
Contacting the Club
To contact the Club, please use the Contact Form.
We are a proud member of the NZ Federation of Motoring Clubs Inc. »FomC
Back in 1995 a few people began to discuss the possible formation of a Hamilton-based car club that was less competitive and more inclusive than what existed at that time. Eventually these weekend BBQ talks turned into action with the late George Hawkins, affectionately known as "Father George", issuing an invitation:
The Club formed that night of 3 September 1995 soon grew and needed to become properly organised and formalised. The Club as we know it was incorporated on 5 October 1997.
In 2011, Father George penned this piece about the early days for the February issue of our Club magazine, Kollector:
Going from strength to strength, the Club celebrated the milestone 25th birthday in 2020. In preparing for the celebrations, many old stories were found and much history uncovered. A lovely 160 page A4 size commemorative book was published.
Photos and more from the celebrations can be viewed here.