2019 EVENT ENTRY LIST (Last update: 23/4/19)

Chris Bennion – Morgan Roadster 3.7;   John Dale – Mini Cooper Cabriolet

David Washington – MG B Roadster 1; David Washington – MG B Roadster 2; 

Dave & Irene Nixon – Mazda RX3 Coupe;  Tony Haughton – MG B;

Ray Heaton – Triumph TR6; Robert Fenner – VW Beetle; Geoff Mann – MG TF;

Tony Green – Morgan Plus 4; Brian Elliott – Ford Capri 3 litre Ghia;

Neil Wallace – MG TF 1500; Jeremy Sayce – Triumph Spitfire;

Ian Kay – Triumph TR6; Colin Burgess – Volvo Amazon 123GT;

Chris Carter – Triumph TR4; Richard Chatterton – Peugeot 205;

Roy Hibbitt – Mazda MX-5 RF; Phillip Reade – Triumph TR4;

Graham Collier – BMW Z4; George Price – Porsche 944 LUX;

John Leleu – Triumph TR5; David Crossley – MG B Roadster;

Gavin Collier – Mazda MX5 2.0 ltr Sport; Dennis Quayle – Jaguar Mark 2;

Malcolm Ling – Triumph TR4;  Kevin Walker – Mazda Eunos;

Peter Chadwick   –   Austin Mini Cooper ‘S’ Mk.II 1275 

Steve Packard – Triumph TR5;   Geoff Holdcroft – Morgan +4;

Mike & Jenny Hewer – Morgan 3.0 Roadster;  Rob Hughes – Mini Cooper; 

Malc Wheeler – Morris Mini Cooper ‘S’; David Moore – Jaguar 358 SE;

Richard Smethurst – Jaguar E Type Ser.1 2+2; Ian Heywood – Mazda MX5;

Mark Williams – Mazda MX5; Dawn Murfin – Triumph Spitfire; 

Matt Nicholls – Mazda MX5; Ian Clarke – Citroen 2CV6; Jon Jones – MG TF160;

Mark Kelly – Mazda MX5;   Robert Prichard – MG PA (2 seater); 

Michael Biddulph – Triumph TR4A;   Cliff Gibson – Mercedes SL 320;

Tony Rowe – Mazda MX5;   Phil Probin – Porsche 911 Targa;

Ade & Claire Smith – Zenos E10s;     Mel Henderson – Triumph Stag;

Karol Bailey – TVR Cerbera;    Michael Bailey – TVR Griffith 500;

Allan Kuenne – AC 2-litre Saloon;    Ian Wilde – Triumph TR6;

Alan Mather – Porsche 993 Carrera S;   Kenneth Broomhall – BMW Z3;

Keith Bolger – Porsche 981 Boxster;   Andrew Brown – Morgan  4/4;

Nigel & Dee Ede – BMW Series 2 Cabriolet Sport;  Alan Jackson – MG TF; 

Mike Howard – TVR Griffith 500;   Paul Booker – Triumph Dolomite Sprint;

Jonathan Smith – Triumph TR4;  Tony Beggan – Triumph Stag;

John Mason – TVR S3;     Michael Mason – Land Rover Defender;

Philip Measures – Bentley Brooklands;     John Hill – MG Midget;

Graham Parker – Scott Super Squirrel;  Michael Doran – Rolls Royce Spirit II;

Gareth Williams – Austin Healey Sprite IV; Alan Davies – Triumph TR3A;

Kevin Osborne – Morgan 4/4;     Redvers Arnold – Alfa Romeo 2000 GTV;

Rupert Rees – Triumph Stag;      Terry Turner – Mazda MX5 J2 Ltd; 

John Smith – Morgan 4/4;      Andrew Cox – AC Cobra 5.5 litre V8;

Neil Bell – MG;     Dan Barber – Morgan 4/4;      Paul Chaloner – Mini One;

Ray & Elaine Webster – Triumph Spitfire Mk.3;     Tony Ikin – Triumph 2500S

John Skerrett – MG TD;   Howard Robinson – MG A;    John Skerrett – MG TA;

Robert Hassall-Gibson – Ford T Flanders (1912);  Jeremy Hassall-Gibson – Ford T Racer (1916);

Jay Hale – Morgan Plus 8;    Barry Roberts – MG B Roadster;    Will Eyre – Lotus Elise;

David Hudson – Mazda MX5 2.0 Roadster Coupe; Rob Green – Volvo Amazon 122S;

Dr. Michael Orton – Ford Mustang;  Alan Forster – MG TF 1500; John Odams – MG B Roadster;

Richard Boote – Mercedes SLK 350;    Malcolm & Vera Whitehouse – Triumph Stag;

Alan Smith – Porsche 944 S2;     Jayne Eaton – MG C;    Andrew James – Audi 80 Quattro;

Richard Roberts – MGB GT;   James Price – Aston Martin DB11;   Paul Harrison – Morris Minor Convertible;

Sam McEwen – Triumph Spitfire Mk IV;  Dave Bailey – Triumph TR4;  Simon Bailey – Porsche 986 Boxster;

Michael Crompton – Triumph Stag;        David Maddock – Fiat Barchetta;

David Masters – Porsche 911 Carrera C2S;      Peter Harvey – Austin Healey 3000;

Edward Ludford – Volkswagen Beetle 1500 Auto;




The 2019 Weaver Wander will take place on Saturday, 18th May 2019 and will comprise 2 routes, each of 70 miles, through the local countryside and an optional shorter route of around 40 miles in length.

This year, the registration and start will take place at Nantwich Football Club, off Waterlode, Nantwich and the destination will be Hankelow Hall in Hankelow. 

April Update

We now have over 100 cars entered in to this year’s Weaver Wander, but not to worry – we have room for over 200 cars!

We are also delighted to announce that we now have Carole Nash (Insurance) as our main sponsor & they have confirmed that Fuzz Townshend, (from the ‘Car SOS’ TV series), will be assisting at the start of the 2019 Weaver Wander on 18th May at 10.00am at Nantwich Town Football Club. Fuzz is their Classic Car brand ambassador and guest blogger. His very interesting ‘blogs’ can be viewed at:


News from Hankelow Hall

is an exciting new charity event coming to Hankelow Hall. Kicking off at 2pm., we have the Weaver Wander car show followed by a variety of live performers, which will see us through to the evening. This exclusive event will be held in a luxury ‘Tipi’ at Hankelow Hall, where you will be able to enjoy delicious pizzas, street food and an amazing gin bar! – not to be missed by the ‘navigators’ anyway!

2.00pm to 2.45pm  – Megan Lee singing
2.45 to 3.15 – Weaver Wander – Presentations
3.15pm to 4.00pm  – Megan Lee singing
4.00pm to 5.00pm – Salt City Jazz band  
5.30 onwards  –  DJ   
7.00   Saxophone player & DJ

Megan Lee at Hankelow Hall

South Cheshire singer Megan Lee will be singing at Hankelow Hall.

Megan, who recently released an album with words and music festival director Nigel Stonier, is an acclaimed singer known throughout Cheshire and the North West.

She is a versatile interpreter of songs by artists ranging from Peggy Lee and Etta James to Adele.

The Salt City Jazzmen will also be entertaining us from 4 to 5pm.

February Update

 We have been asked if there are any entry restrictions on cars, particularly with regard to the definition of ‘Classic’. We don’t define the category of ‘Classic’ &, as far as we’re concerned, you decide whether your car is ‘Classic’. Last year we had quite a few ‘2018’ registered cars & we do expect a number of ‘2019’ cars this year – you’re all very welcome. 

We’ve also been asked if motor bikes are acceptable – definitely ‘yes’, particularly if they are older machines.

2018 WEAVER WANDER – UPDATE dated 16th August 2018

The 2018 Weaver Wander took place on Saturday, 26th May 2018 and a report published by the Crewe Chronicle may be found at:

A presentation evening was held on the 19 September 2018 when the funds raised were distributed to our nominated Charities. Terry Jones, Club President for Rotary year 2017-18, had nominated the following charities:

Lifebox Foundation (

Lifebox International provides the tools, training and partnerships needed to make surgery safer for every patient on a global scale.

RFU Injured Players Foundation (

RFU Injured Players Foundation is England Rugby’s Official Charity and supports and protects the rugby family.

The Club also supported the Crewe and Nantwich Mayoral Charities including CLIMB & Homelessness Charities; Nantwich Museum & Macmillan Cancer. Cheques were presented to the various attending organisations or representatives by our current President Sandy Cowen.


Past President, Terry Jones &
current President Sandy Cowen

Photographs may be downloaded from this web site by:

Double-clicking the appropriate photo, which will cause the photo to be ‘selected’ as a larger image.

For Microsoft computers, right-click the image and use the appropriate menu instruction to down load the photo.

For Apple computers, hold the ‘control’ key down and single click the photo. Then use the appropriate menu instruction to down load the photo.

Our thanks to Paul Compton of Nantwich Events Photography for covering the event on Saturday, 27th May in Nantwich & to William Epps for the photos at Gawsworth Hall and, also, to Daniel Grice of Cheshire Technology Solutions for the incorporation of the images on the web site.

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