Eastern

Welcome to the Eastern Region page

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New meet at The Reindeer, Sturton le Steeple, North Nottinghamshire, DN22 9HQ starting Thursday 13th April and held on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month until the last one which is the 26th October. It's an all cars meet and is run by one of our members, Mr Paul Neal. Coffee and drinks, BBQ and a contribution to charity is promised. Why not go along and see for yourselves?

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Welcome to the  Eastern region of The BMW Car Club of Great Britain & Ireland.

Basically, if you live in Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire Derbyshire and most of Yorkshire excluding Harrogate,   you are in our Region. However, everyone is welcome to attend our events. We are a very friendly bunch. Each year we put on a packed calendar of events of various types.

Our two pub meets per month are always great fun. Held near Chesterfield and in Howden, a combination of alcohol, pub grub and great conversation always means the pub meets are highly enjoyable. In addition to this, events include drive it days, often taking in the breathtaking Peak District or North Yorkshire countryside. Our fish and chip runs are always belly busting, taking in the great seaside towns of the east coast. We also visit classic car shows across our region plus so much more. During the summer months there is pretty much something to do every weekend.

We welcome people of all ages and cars of all ages. If you own a BMW, whether it be of standard specification, modified, new or old, get involved and don’t be shy.

Want more information? Howard Walker will be happy to answer any of your questions. Feel free to email him at the address top right on this page.

The Yorkshire and Humberside group Facebook page.

The Peak and South Yorkshire group Facebook Page.

 

Link to the 2016 Eastern AGM Minutes

 

 

Click the link to view a Scatter graph of the Region April 2017

When the page opens, click the menu box top left and tick or untick a location to view the locations of our members.

Zoom in and drag the map around to centre it. Use your scroll wheel on your mouse if you have one.