with restrictions been lifted in the next few weeks it may be possible for the club to organise a small Run in conjunction with HSE and Government Guidelines. All members will be asked to adhere to these conditions and will be enforced by club official’s.
Not adhering to these may result in our club be sanctioned either by the Gardai or the IVVCCC
At present these are some of the conditions.
Social distancing is important to help slow the spread of coronavirus. It does this by minimising contact between potentially infected individuals and healthy individuals.
keep a space of 2 metres (6.5 feet) between you and other people
avoid communal sleeping areas
avoid any crowded places
not shake hands or make close contact with other people, if possible
Welcome to the Kingdom Veteran Vintage & Classic Car Club
The aim of our club is to provide vintage and classic car enthusiasts in Kerry and surrounding counties a club that promotes our hobbie while providing Runs and events throughout the year please feel free to contact us for membership. members are encouraged to contribute to our new website FOUNDATION OF THE CLUB:
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The “Rose of Tralee Run” took place at the end of August 1979 and had a stop at the Castleross Hotel in Killarney. During that stop the late Tom Twohill suggested to P.J. O Riordan that there was enough interest in vintage cars in Kerry to form our own club. Enthused by the suggestion P.J. seized on the moment and called a meeting of those interested to take place a few weeks later at Farranfore Airport. Read More..
President: P J O’Riordan, Liscahane, Ardfert, Co Kerry