East Wales & Borders Vintage Enthusiasts
The Committee


Position Held


Contact Number



Keith Prosser

01981 240676


Rodney Powell

01600 780295

Vice Chairman

Ian Pugh

07468 742712


Julie Blunt

07866 441851


Phil Jones

02920 882253

Membership Secretary

Bryan Morgan

01873 840394

Rally and Trade Stands

Jenny Farrington

07939 002592

Programme co-ordinator

Jenny Farrington

07939 002592

Entertainment Co-ordinator

Cath Powell

01600 780295

Road Run Co-ordinator

Tom Mason

01432 266092

Charity Treasurer

Roger Light

01873 890763


Ploughing Co-ordinators

Len Evans

07810 481025


Martyn Newman

01600 712743


Ted Green

01981 580264


Committee Members

Charlie Collett

01873 892966


Mandy Collett

07526 493151


Nigel Ward

01981 240140


Jenny Farrington

07939 002592


Paul Farrington

01873 890662

East Wales and Borders Vintage Enthusiasts
History of the Group

Welcome to the East Wales & Borders Vintage Enthusiasts' Website. We hope you enjoy its content and ease of use.

The Club was formed in 1993 and held its first meeting in the Hunters Moon Pub in January of that year; there were about 20 enthusiasts at the first meeting. But as news of the gathering got around, it was soon realised a larger venue would be required. A new venue was found at the Rising Sun Pub in the village of Pandy, which is situated just outside the market town of Abergavenny, Monmouthshire.

In January 2010 we moved our venue again. To the Park Hotel, Pandy, Nr Abergavenny


The aim is to bring together like-minded enthusiasts with a passion for restoring, exhibiting and working old tractors and machinery of yesteryear. And most of all to enjoy the occasion.

The Club meets every first Thursday of the month, except January. The Club invites guest speakers from all walks of life, holds quiz nights, plus other gatherings throughout the year and details can be found on the Events page.


We also hold three road runs a year, plus a Vintage auction and a Rally on the last weekend in June. This consists of vintage tractor pulling plus the usual Stationary Engines, Vintage Cars, Lorries, Tractors and Steam Engines. (See Events page for details) From our proceeds, donations are made to local charities which are nominated by Club members at the A.G.M each year.

The Club membership comes from a wide cross-section, including the Agricultural sector, Health professions, Office workers, Transport, Undertakers, Retired People, etc.

Non-members welcome, you don’t need to own any machinery, but we are sure once you have attended a couple of meetings you will be seeking advice from members as to what to purchase.



all meetings will now be held at

The Rising Sun, Pandy NP7 8DL

Maria Bayliss, who used to run the Raglan Market Cafe, has asked to spread the word to the tractor clubs - about her open evening Sunday 3rd Feb 3pm - 7pm at Usk Rural Life Museum. There are some lovely old tractors and full of machinery to tour the museum, which is situated at the top end of the main FREE car park in Usk

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