Club Focus highlighting the Association of British VW Member Clubs ...
In 1968 the London Centre of the Volkswagen Owners Club of Great Britain (VWOCGB) was established for VW enthusiasts in London and the Home Counties.
In 1988 the Centre became fully independent of the VWOCGB to form the London and Thames Valley VW Club (LTV-VWC).
The LTV-VWC caters for anyone with an interest in VWs, air-cooled or water-cooled, any age, any condition, and is run by a Team of volunteers. We aim to provide an informal experience by giving members the chance to meet other local VW enthusiasts at events or on the internet, a club magazine, benefits, discounts and advice on anything VW.
With a large and growing membership we're able to negotiate discounts with many VW suppliers, garages, magazines, the RAC and AA. We also organise regular local meets, trips, club camping and displays, plus our own event Dubs at the Park.
The LTV-VWC takes a pride in helping to keep the VW scene alive, not just for its members, but for all VW enthusiasts.
In 2008 at our 40th birthday celebrations the club was accepted in to the VW ACTION Hall of fame for services to the VW scene.
The Association of British VW Clubs (ABVWC) is a national organisation, which was created in 1987 to serve independent owners clubs that cater fro all air & water-cooled Volkswagen models. The Association also welcomes clubs of all associated marques - Audi and Porsche, Seat and Skoda, NSU and DKW - with each Owners club retaining its own individuality, traditions and methods