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    Don't be shy! Join in the fun by registering to post on the forum, and to get full benefits you can buy 12 months club membership for just £20!  Membership includes a quarterly club magazine, discounts with insurance companies and specialist suppliers,  exclusive, early or discounted access to a number of events each year and much more!

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  • Welcome to RHOCaR - The UK Kit Car Club

    The aim of the club is to help and support members during the build (and inevitable on going maintenance and modifcation) as well as to plan and organize a wide range of social and sporting events, from local area events to our national End of Year Bash! We have one of, if not the largest club stand at the National Kit Car Show at Stoneleigh each year, and we definitely serve the best burgers! We also have stands at many other shows throughout the year all around the country. It's not just shows though, our active area secretaries and members arrange regular run outs and even longer trips including the ever popular Wales and Scotland trips.

    The Club produces four magazines a year, exclusively for club members. It is packed with news, events, articles, technical features and irreverent cartoons. The Club is an independent organisation, and although we have our roots as the Robin Hood Owners Club and Register, we are very much a club for all makes and model of kit car, so anyone can be a "Hoody", as its all about the state of mind, not the car you drive!

    Being a member of The UK Kit Car Club has many benefits above those already mentioned. Members benefit from discounted insurance with nearly all of the specialist kit car insurers, and often get a discount that is more than the membership fee itself. Membership also gets you full access to the forum, and a wide variety of other discounts, including discounts at Euro Car Parts. You'll also find other members are willing to go well above and beyond for anyone they see is in need of help, as long as they too are a member!

    So whether you own a Robin Hood, a GBS Zero, a Locost, an MK, a Westfield or a Caterham, all can benefit form joining, so what are you waiting for?

    Warks / Worcs / West Mids Monthly Meet 25th May 2022

    By richyb66,

    Next Wednesday (25th) , 7PM onwards, Malt Shovel Pub, Coventry Road, Nr Stonebridge, Coventry, CV7 7HL


    Entrance to the pub car park is off the A452 Chester Road heading North 50 yards from the island.


    See you there.

    North East Area Club Meeting 25th May from 7-30pm

    By alantoon,

    Our regular meeting is on at the Church Mouse, Chester Moor, Chester le Street DH23RJ from about 7-30pm. All welcome, unfortunately I won't be able to make it as I am off on my holidays. 

    Lincolnshire Meets for May

    By alanrichey,

    Now Stoneleigh is done and dusted (rather annoyingly, having avoided it for 2 years, I picked up Covid there at some point, luckily a very mild case) it's time for the next Lincolnshire 'picnic'.

    It will be at 12:00 next Wednesday 18th May.   Location yet to be decided, it will depend on participants, I like to give everyone a decent run in the car as well as meeting up somewhere nice.

    All welcome.

    South Yorkshireish Area Meets

    By Grim,

    Is there any interest in starting a monthly South Yorkshire meet again? Pre-covid we used to meet the first Wednesday of the month at Monk's Bridge Farm in Dinnington. Does that date/location still suit?



    North East area extra meeting at Darlington./ Stoneleigh Show.

    Allan Royds
    By Allan Royds,

    Hello to you all,

    Firstly can I say a big thank you to all the members of the committee and Partners,  Who gave up their time to organise our presance at Stoneleigh

    show. I had a great time and it was nice to see both old and new Members. I am looking forward to the Newark show and maybe a bit better weather.

    Well done to you all.

    Our North East extra meeting is planned for Thursday12th May at the usual venue of the Old Farmhouse Yarm road DL2 1JZ. Following discussions

    I would like to move the meeting to Wednesday 11th May to see if we can attract more members to attend. If you have any thoughts or suggestions

    on this please let me know.

    So hoping to see you at the Old Farmhouse on the 25th.

    Stay safe and regards


    Dates revised due to brain fade auto fil I think sorry I still hope to see you all there

    regards Allan

    Camping weekend Huntingdon 6th-8th August

    By Kerry,

    The club has kindly been invited back to a camping weekend at Craig Cundy’s farm near Huntingdon on the weekend of 6th 7th   August and we can also arrive on Friday 5th 

    There is a large paddock that is mown and plenty of space  

    The family have kindly offered to cook the food  we supply on a BBQ. On Saturday afternoon 

    Craigs brother ( Rambo of the north ) will bring a few guns so we can have a go at clay pigeon shooting. 
    Anyone interested please put your names on this post. 
    Both Sharon and myself will be going. 
    I would also like to apply for club funding towards this event.  

    North East Area Monthly Meeting

    By alantoon,


    Our meeting for April is on Wednesday 27th at the Church Mouse, Chester Moor, Chester-le-Street DH23RJ from 7-30 pm, last meeting before Stoneleigh, hope to see as many of you there as possible.

    Warks / Worcs / West Mids Monthly Meet 27th April 2022

    By richyb66,

    Next Wednesday (27th) , 7PM onwards, Malt Shovel Pub, Coventry Road, Nr Stonebridge, Coventry, CV7 7HL

    Entrance to the pub car park is off the A452 Chester Road heading North 50 yards from the island.

    See you there.

    A47 Autojumble 18.04.22

    By Danielle,



    For anyone interested in coming to the A47 Autojumble this bank holiday

     Meeting at The Bull's Head at 8.30 to leave at 8.45 


    Hinckley Rd, Leicester LE9 9JE

    Stamford Car Show - 28 August 2022

    By alanrichey,

    The organisers have just sent out the invitations for this years show.    This show is a bit unusual as it is limited to 500 cars and they automatically invite everyone who went last year.    That means any new owners have to hope people have turned down the invitation.    The register process has just opened so I would recommend anyone who wants to attend and hasn't received an invitation to get in early.    There is an optional runout for anyone who fancies it but that is very limited in numbers so you need to get in really early.

    There is no cost for entering, but it is for charity so they recommend a £5 donation which they collect at the entrance.

    As in previous years we have been allocated a Club area so make sure that when you register that you specifiy you are a member of the Robin Hood Club.

    Any other questions just ask.

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