Protecting enthusiasts tops FBHVC’s agenda


More than 60 organisations attended the Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs’ AGM (on 6 October) as Chris Cunnington (left) stood down after a three-year term as chairman.

David Whale was elected to take over the role and set to work discussing the association’s new strategic plan, which emphasised the need to communicate with members faster – potentially through digital means.

Vice-president Geoff Smith outlined the fundamental importance of statistical data in informing politicians’ future decisions.

Meanwhile, David Hurley, director of legislation, updated delegates on several important consultations including the EU Roadworthiness proposals and the Historic Vehicles Exemption Review.

After the AGM there are two new board vacancies in heritage and communications, if you are interested, contact the to contact the FBHVC here.

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