The FFA is a member of the FBHVC as you know and they are asking both the FFA Club and its members to participate in an Enthusiast’s Survey, the details of which can be found below.
Please take 15-20 minute of your time to complete the Survey form from the link below...
 

Please complete the National Historic Vehicle Survey to keep transport heritage on our roads.


 
 
The Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs are having to make the case for historic vehicles retaining their current access and freedoms on our roads more and more strongly in coming years, as we navigate the most challenging period in our history. In order to defend the future of historic vehicles, they need your help by completing this crucial survey.
The Yorkshire Post recently quoted Grant Shapps, Secretary of State for Transport as saying “I’m sorry internal combustion engine fans, I think its days are overall likely to be numbered.”
 
A local authority, in Wallingford, Oxfordshire, recently debated a motion, which was fortunately defeated, to cancel its historic vehicle rally and parade. 
The historic vehicle community, its events, freedoms to use the roads and even the fuel we use, are under increasing threats and pressures amidst a changing landscape of political and environmental influences.
If we are to defend the use of historic vehicles, then we need to act and act now. 
The Federation needs your help.
 
The FBHVC is in the process of carrying out its 2020 National Historic Vehicle Survey, an update to a similar survey undertaken in 2016.  If we are to represent the case for historic vehicles in the best possible way we need to have up to date information about the movement and how important the movement is to the economy, particularly in current COVID-19 circumstances.
The answers you give in this survey, will help shape the future for historic vehicles within the United Kingdom for the next 5 years.
The FBHVC aims to lobby Government against adverse legislation and restrictions that may affect the future for historic vehicles. But, in order to achieve a positive result, the organisation needs to have reliable data on the significance and size of the historic vehicle movement to hand.
 
The survey takes approximately 15-20 minutes to complete depending on the answers you give. Please complete the survey in one sitting.
On submission of your questionnaire, you will be given the opportunity to enter a prize draw to win one of the following prizes: A year’s Club Insurance policy to the value of £250 including IPT, courtesy of Peter James Insurance, one of three pairs of tickets for the 2020 Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show with Discovery, Courtesy of Clarion Events, or one of 15 display copies of the
 FBHVC’s historic vehicle wall chart.
 
Complete the survey here:
 
 
 
 
 

Federation of British Historic Vehicle Club


 
The FBHVC is a grouping of almost 500 Clubs and Museums together with some 1500 Trade and Individual Supporters. The aim of the Federation is to uphold the freedom to use old vehicles on the roads without any undue restriction and to support its member organisations in whatever way it can.
 
The Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs exists to uphold the freedom to use historic vehicles on the road. It does this by representing the interests of owners of such vehicles to politicians, government officials, and legislators both in the UK and (through the Federation Internationale des Vehicules Anciens) in Europe.
 
There are over 500 subscriber organisations representing a total membership of over 250,000 in addition to individual and trade supporters.
 
The Ford & Fordson Association are proud to be a member and below are the FBHVC News letters for
"Our Members" to be able to download and read.
 
Click on the Newsletters below to download a PDF file of that month's Newsletter.
 
These are large files and might take some time to download. Please make sure your version of Adobe Reader on your computor is upto date.
 
 
2020 Newsletters

 
      
 
 
2019 Newsletters

 
           
 
   
 
 
2018 Newsletters

 
          
 
    
 
 
2017 Newsletters

 
           
 
   
 
 
2016 Newsletters

 
            
 
   
 
 

2015 Newsletters


 
        
 
  
 
 

2014 Newsletters


 
     
 
   
 
 

2013 Newsletters