With Covid restrictions easing we are now able to run a limited event programme in 2021. However if attending any event please remember everyone follow the Governments latest Coronavirus (COVID‑19) and Social Distancing Advice to 'Stay Safe' so we can all meet safely.
11th June 2021
IMPORTANT!! - every Visitor and Exhibitor to Beamish Museum has to fill out a 'Track And Trace' Form or they will be denied entry. Each member of a party in a car has to complete the form i.e. if 4 members of a family attend in one car, under government guidelines, the museum requires 4 returned forms. It has to be done online at - Click Here -
Friends of Beamish Members and Beamish Unlimited Pass holders still require a NECPWA Season Ticket to take their car onto the rally field as these tickets do not cover the Classic Car Display.
1st May 2021
Tyneside Branch of NECPWA are to run a limited series of events across this year however Entry To Rallies requires everyone to display a ' Season Ticket'.
One ' Season Ticket' allows entry for 1 car and driver + 1 passenger. Some events, e.g. Beamish Museum charge an entry fee for each additional passenger and Tickets are 'Non Transferable'.
ALL cars must be roadworthy and have suitable insurance cover.
New Applications are available for 2021 - Click Here - Please Note: Covid Restrictions may still apply:
Latest news from the organisers of the Newby Hall Rally is now online and July 18th 2021 should see the rally proceed this year but with Special Arrangements detailed on the dedicated page - Click Here -
2020 The year never to be forgotten
Who would think we would miss sitting under brollies keeping the Sun off or as in some cases the Rain!
No Christmas meals with members this year or Summer evening road runs with a meal out at some little country pub at the end.
No local branch meetings for a natter or quiz/game (and a meal out) # Sometimes I wonder if we are a Classic Car Club or a Dining Club? #
Some of us have found it quite lonely not having day to day contact with other like-minded people, we hope this coming year we will be able to get the old motors out and take them for glorious runs to shows & rallies and then of course, have a meal out on the way home! Happy Days
When I was at school and did History, most people can remember 1665 as being “The year of the Great Plague” I wonder what kids are taught in the future about 2020 ? will it be Covid 19 or Brexit finally been done and dusted ?
Take Care & Stay safe, hope to see you all in 2021John & Helen Bilton31st July 2020
Now all the Tyneside events
are cancelled, those with this years Season Tickets can use them as payment for next years Season Ticket
We will be getting in-touch with those members who have paid for the 2020 season to explain the details.