We currently have fifty members and meet on the last Tuesday of every month at 7.30pm at the Richmond Club, Edgar Street, Hereford. We are members of the Austin Seven Clubs Association (A7CA) and Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs.
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The HA7C have a wide variety of Austin Sevens with some very interesting backgrounds. Likewise, the members themselves cover a huge amount of experience. Ron Sadler raced A7’s for two decades, Carmen and Kip Waistell have completed their second drive from Peking to Paris in two A7’s, Eddie loader has had many articles published in Austin Seven journals and Ray Moses has built and rebuilt Austin Sevens for over forty years. At least four members are currently carrying out major long term restorations.
The Club has a varied diary of events to suit everyone. Regular Sunday runs and monthly meetings at the Richmond Club, Edgar Street, Hereford on the last Tuesday of each month, are always popular. These are met with both enthusiasm and participation. Our meetings vary from talks by outside speakers to ‘Shed nights’ when the whole evening is devoted to a technical session, usually using an Austin Seven to demonstrate a theme; ie electrics, timing, carburation, etc.
The ‘Crankhandle’ is the Clubs’ very own Newsletter, published bi-monthly. Sent to all members with articles, tips, reports and Club events. The ‘Crankhandle’ is the vehicle for information to members by members.
Austin Sevens bring us together. Come along and join us whether you have a ‘Seven’ or not.