The Wessex Vehicle Preservation Club (WVPC) was formed in 1971 by a small number of classic vehicle enthusiast who wanted to help retain the history of motoring for both members and the general public to enjoy.
Membership is open to all those with an interest in classic or vintage vehicles and with many vehicles even from the 70's & 80's now reaching rarity & classic status a large selection of vehicles are owned by club members.
However you do not need to own a vehicle to become a member and if you have an interest in classic vehicles you are welcome to join us at a club event or to attend our club meetings to meet fellow enthusiast and you may even decide to join us
Since its conception membership of the club has shown a steady increase with the club now being the largest multi make motor club in the South of England, following the wishes of its members the club was incorporated in 2007 and we are now officially known as:
Wessex Vehicle Preservation Club Ltd.
Company number: 6469643
Reg Office KWG Ltd. 39AEast Street, Wimborne, Dorset, BH21 1DX
Should any member wish to have a copy of our Articles of Association please contact the club Secretary accordingly
The WVPC meets at 7.30pm on the 2nd Tuesday of the month at the Cobham Sports & Social Club off Oakley Road,Merley, Wimborne, Dorset. ( see home base page for details)
The club also has a motorcycle section which is an internal part of the WVPC thus allowing members with a paritcular interest in classic motorcycles to get together and enjoy a seperate meeting held at the Bloxworth Village Club, Bloxworth off the A35 heading to Bere Regis from Poole on the 3rd Thurs of the month, however all members are welcome at both monthy meetings
WESSEX WAYS - The club magazine
Wessex Ways has been produced in various formats and names since the club was formed, The present editor Chris Pacey would be pleased to recieve copy for Wessex Ways, and it can be on any subject
Please note new methods members can recieve the magazine on our home page
Members and guest can view Wessex Ways on our document page