Cancellation of Club Activities: After hearing the latest government advice, the committee have decided to cancel all events including club nights and committee meetings until further notice. This includes the club day trip in July to the Black Country Museum. Those that paid a deposit or full amount should contact Jill Robbins for return of payment. Members can contact Jill by email/post/telephone to give her their account details. If those who may be in isolation need help with shopping etc then please get intouch with a committee member.
The National Vintage Tractor and Engine Club (NVTEC) is a national organisation, with many thousands of
members. Its purpose is to promote the preservation, use and enjoyment of vintage tractors and engines of all makes.
Where sufficient members live in reasonable proximity, they are able to form a "Group" of the main club. The North Somerset Group of NVTEC was set up in 1972 (see A bit of history for more detail) and after meeting at a number of different venues over the years has settled on Redhill Village Club as its regular haunt.
The purpose of the North Somerset Group is to provide a local forum for discussion and self-help, to organise shows, ploughing matches and road runs etc., to educate, inform and entertain and in the process, to raise money for local charities.
Membership runs at around the 175 mark, mostly fairly local, but with some attending from other parts of the South West and Wales
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The Somerset branch of the National Vintage Tractor & Engine Club may change this policy from time to time by updating this page. You should therefore check this page from time to time to ensure that you are happy with any changes. This updated policy is effective from 24th May 2018
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