…to the Leicestershire and Warwickshire Volkswagen owners club, the long established club for all enthusiasts of VW vehicles in the Leicestershire, Warwickshire and surrounding areas.

Whether you own a daily driver, or a show winning concours VW, we welcome you all.

We hold regular meetings, organise the annual Stanford Hall show and can usually advise on technical problems, spare parts and general help in keeping VWs on the road. We also organise local social events and convoys to Volkswagen shows and other motoring events.

After a record breaking 2018 Stanford Hall show we hope to see you at the next show – the 42nd Stanford Hall VW Event which will be in May 2019.

Hope to see you soon

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    You can be sure of a warm welcome

    The Leicestershire & Warwickshire VW Owners Club was founded in 1964. Our biggest event is the annual Stanford Hall meeting which has been held on the Sunday of the May Bank Holiday since 1976. It is the longest running VW show in the UK and seen by many as the country’s premier classic meet, catering for all VW models. 

    As well as regular meetings and events throughout the year, many of which are family friendly, club members can also look forward to regular European trips visiting Germany’s various VW plants. Places we’ve visited include Dresden, Berlin, Osnabrück and Braunschweig. So if the Leicestershire & Warwickshire VW Owners Club sounds like the kind of friendly, well organised club you’d like to be a part of, and you own a Volkswagen group vehicle, come and join us.

    You don’t need to be mechanically minded to join, as long as you love your car and enjoy getting out and about. You can be sure of a warm welcome and we look forward to seeing you at any of our forthcoming events.

    All for a low annual membership fee of just £15.00

    Membership benefits include:

    • Friendly family atmosphere
    • Regular club magazine
    • Discounted insurance
    • Subsidised trips
    • Technical assistance
    • and lots lots more…
    Membership costs just £20.00 per year, and you can join by filling out the above application form, and sending (together with payment) to our club membership manager, the address of whom is on the form, or you can pay online and just email the form to membership@lwvwoc.co.uk

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    Stanford Hall 2016 – Thank You!

    The LWVWOC committee would like to say a ‘big thank you’ to all members, their families and friends who gave time and help last weekend to put on our 40th anniversary VW show at Stanford Hall.

    I believe we had record numbers attending and certainly in our own areas of the concours, club displays, club marquee and cars for sale we had many entrants and visitors.

    What takes us three days to set  up was all cleared away in about 3 hours once the VW show had ended. This was due in no small way to the number of helpers we had at the end of the day. When I left the Stanford Hall show ground on Sunday at 8.30pm the site was clear no littering was obvious to see. This a big plus to the club zovirax generic.

    Once again, many thanks to all helpers.

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    About the Club

    The Leicestershire & Warwickshire Volkswagen Owners’ Club

     The club celebrated its 50th Anniversary in 2014.

    The Leicestershire and Warwickshire VW owners club was founded as two separate Clubs back in the Mid Sixties. Warwickshire Club was founded in the Biggin Hall Hotel on Binley Road in Coventry in 1964 and the Leicestershire Club started life as the Loughborough and District Volkswagen club in 1965.

    Both clubs flourished initially as the Beetle and the other Aircooled VW’s were still a bit of a novelty in the UK at the time, with their unconventional engineering and unusual styling.  It is certain that a lot of early members joined to share their radical vehicle choices with others that had made a similar choice. You have to remember that VW at the time, only made three different basic models, The Beetle (Type1) the Split screen Van (Type 2) and the 1500 range Notchback, Fastback, and Variant (Type 3). VW was a pretty small organisation in the UK and the coming together of owners in clubs must have seemed a good idea.

    Warwickshire club ran an early national meeting in the sixties held at Stanford Hall, which having read the article in Safer Motoring, attracted a massive turn out. This has since been surpassed with the annual Stanford Hall meeting held on the Sunday of the May Day bank holiday since 1976 organised by the club. This event is seen by many now as the country’s premier Classic Meet, catering for all models within the VW family. The next show will be the 41st, making it the longest running VW show in the UK.

    Anyway back to the club’s history.  Following various joint meetings at the end of the 1970’s both club committees felt that the way forward for both clubs was to amalgamate and go forward together as a stronger group.  This occurred in early 1980 at an EGM held at the Prince of Wales public house in Hinckley.  A committee was duly organised and as they say the rest is history.

    Highlights for the club, other than our Stanford Hall event, are our regular European trips which started in 1983. Since then we have visited Germany and various VW plants on a total of eight occasions. This forthcoming year sees two further trips planned.

    The club has many other social events and trips associated with our hobby throughout the year, many of which we are able to subsidise due to the financial success of Stanford Hall.

    If this sounds the kind of friendly well organised club you would like to be a part of and you have any type of Volkswagen group vehicle, why not see our membership details in the links within this site and you can be sure of a warm welcome and we look forward to seeing you at any of our forthcoming events.

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