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Northern Vintage Transport Association

Post by stationary stu on Fri Sep 04 2009, 12:11

Northern Vintage Transport Association

Check out there web site for more information. http://www.nvta.org.uk/index.html

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Re: Northern Vintage Transport Association

Post by bluewater1150 on Tue Mar 13 2012, 18:04

Stu

I realise that this post was in late 2009 - but I can't find any present links to the club/organisation - do you know if Vintage Transport Association still exists?

What I have found is the National Vintage Tractor and Engine Club - did the latter incorporate the former, by any chance ?

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Re: Northern Vintage Transport Association

Post by mike d on Tue Mar 13 2012, 18:51

hi Elliot.... i found this on goggle..mite help you

http://www.communigate.co.uk/ne/nvta/

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Post by bluewater1150 on Tue Mar 13 2012, 20:39

Hi Mike

Thanks, I had found that page earlier. I can't get the link to work - I see the notice your link takes me to is dated 2010 - but when you try click on their link - nothing... I think maybe they are no longer with us...

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Post by mike d on Tue Mar 13 2012, 23:26

try this one Elliot,there a phone number you mite be able to find out more...

http://www.durham.gov.uk/pages/providerdetails.aspx?ProviderId=27927

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Re: Northern Vintage Transport Association

Post by stationary stu on Wed Mar 14 2012, 10:17

That's the club Mike but there was a bit of a falling out at the club. As far as I know the club still runs but now only cater for cars, there was only 2 members interested in stationary engines and they left and one now organises a few rallies at Shildon each year.

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Re: Northern Vintage Transport Association

Post by bluewater1150 on Wed Mar 14 2012, 19:35

Managed to contact someone in the NVTA - a Mr Robin Hind - here with their web link

http://www.nvta.co.uk/

Presently insurance and membership is £12/year for husband & wife and they have 4 or 5 stationary engine members.


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Post by mike d on Thu Mar 15 2012, 00:55

glad you sorted it in the end Elliot..

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Post by matt86 on Thu Mar 15 2012, 09:40

bluewater1150 wrote:Managed to contact someone in the NVTA - a Mr Robin Hind - here with their web link

http://www.nvta.co.uk/

Presently insurance and membership is £12/year for husband & wife and they have 4 or 5 stationary engine members.


Elliot


Who is the insurance through ... do you know ?

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Re: Northern Vintage Transport Association

Post by stationary stu on Thu Mar 15 2012, 10:58

Elliot if you said it was for insurance you could join the same club as I'm in.

http://www.dcvcs.org.uk/index.html

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Re: Northern Vintage Transport Association

Post by bluewater1150 on Thu Mar 15 2012, 15:59

matt86_wd2 wrote:
bluewater1150 wrote:Managed to contact someone in the NVTA - a Mr Robin Hind - here with their web link

http://www.nvta.co.uk/

Presently insurance and membership is £12/year for husband & wife and they have 4 or 5 stationary engine members.


Elliot


Who is the insurance through ... do you know ?

matt

Matt, I've e-mailed them and asked that very question - will post their reply.

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Post by bluewater1150 on Thu Mar 15 2012, 16:00

stationary stu wrote:Elliot if you said it was for insurance you could join the same club as I'm in.

http://www.dcvcs.org.uk/index.html

Stu.

Good thinking Stu - thanks

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Post by mike d on Thu Mar 15 2012, 21:55

keep us posted Elliot on the out come..
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Re: Northern Vintage Transport Association

Post by stationary stu on Fri Mar 16 2012, 11:16

I know the club I'm in has it's problems, yet it has a healthy bank account and runs 3 rallies a year. Membership and insurance is £22 per year.

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Re: Northern Vintage Transport Association

Post by bluewater1150 on Fri Mar 16 2012, 16:26

matt86_wd2 wrote:
bluewater1150 wrote:Managed to contact someone in the NVTA - a Mr Robin Hind - here with their web link

http://www.nvta.co.uk/

Presently insurance and membership is £12/year for husband & wife and they have 4 or 5 stationary engine members.


Elliot


Who is the insurance through ... do you know ?

matt

Matt

Had a reply, The NVTA insure through Zurich Insurance.

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Post by YorkshireChugger on Fri Mar 16 2012, 17:00

stationary stu wrote:I know the club I'm in has it's problems, yet it has a healthy bank account and runs 3 rallies a year. Membership and insurance is £22 per year.

Stu.

Stu;
What events do you have around your area? I might well be interested in coming up to one or two, say within an hour of me, its about an hours run to Durham from us.
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Re: Northern Vintage Transport Association

Post by stationary stu on Sat Mar 17 2012, 10:51

Matt here's there web page so you can decide, there all south of Durham but not sure which will be the best for you. The Croft rally does get fully booked early that's the onlt set back with that one.

http://www.dcvcs.org.uk/events/

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Post by Foden on Sat Mar 17 2012, 14:17

I was planning on doing Croft again this year Stu, already have my entry form here, and staying in the area to go to the Tees Pumping Station event at Darlington which is usually the following weekend. However this year some 'bright spark' has put them both on at the same time so even I can't be in two places at once so it looks like we shall be staying at home. Such a shame that Scorton is no longer running, that and Croft worked well together for us but it is too far to go just for a weekend. Sad

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Re: Northern Vintage Transport Association

Post by stationary stu on Sat Mar 17 2012, 14:57

Yes I know Pete, don't know why Tees pumping station has changed it's date. I was hoping someone decided to run something on the weekend that Scorton should be on but will just have to wait and see. If anything happens I'll let you know, even the rally at Selkirk is on at a different time of the year, last year was same as Scorton.

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