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If you own or wish to own a vintage English Car, joining the Thompson Valley Branch of the Old English Car Club Society of BC is a wonderful way to meet like-minded car enthusiasts!
We have 40 members some of which are restoring their vehicles and others have completed their restorations and are enjoying the fruits of their labour. Our purposes are the enjoyment, preservation and restoration of these magnificent vehicles!
We have regularly scheduled club meetings, social and driving events where we provide opportunity to meet other British car owners for common interest and friendly support.
We also give commiseration, encouragement and our shared experiences of owning these beautiful, if challenging, machines!!

By joining the Thompson Valley Branch the following benefits are realized:

        • Meet other old English car enthusiasts
        • Obtain technical advice from other members including parts sourcing and leads on possible car purchases or sales.
        • Participate in monthly rallies, drives and social events during the spring, summer and fall driving season.

Annual membership dues are $30/year per family and we certainly look forward to you downloading our membership form and joining us!!
To learn more about the Thompson Valley Branch and our enthusiastic members check our events page or contact any member of our executive.

We would like to acknowledge the passing of OECC member John Moss on Friday, November 3rd, 2017. 

John was an enthusiastic member of the Thompson Valley Branch and contributed significantly to the Club. 

John and his wife Margie participated in virtually every drive and event put on by the Branch in recent years

and they have travelled extensively in their Triumph TR6.  John was also a member of the TVB Executive

and his considered input was much appreciated.  As well as driving the TR6 over several thousand kilometres

each year John was also restoring his Triumph TR4 that he had owned since the 1960’s.  Along with being a

Triumph enthusiast for much of his motoring life John also had a number of motorcycles and between his cars,

bikes and experience as a heavy duty mechanic he had an extensive knowledge that he was willing to readily

share with others.  John always had a good tale to tell from his many life experiences.

John will be greatly missed by our Club;

his enthusiasm, contribution and laughter will now be absent from our drives and social events.

Our thoughts are with Margie, who was always at John’s side, and John’s family in what is a great loss for us all.