…the Northern Beaches club for car, motorcycle
and other motor enthusiasts
Pittwater Motoring Enthusiasts Association (PMEA or the Club) was founded in 1994 on the Northern Beaches and Pittwater region of Sydney. The Club fosters a friendship among people with a shared interest in vehicles of all types both old and new, including cars, motorcycles and other types of machinery and equipment.
The Club encourages the preservation, restoration, maintenance, use and display of historic vehicles and machinery.
Members and guests can attend fortnightly Wednesday meetings held at the Royal Motor Yacht Club, 46 Prince Alfred Parade, Newport NSW, starting at 7.30pm. (https://www.royalmotor.com.au/). Members meet socially in a range of regular events from our Events Calendar. The Club is very proud of its support, via donations, to charitable organisations each year. A Club magazine 'STAY TUNED' is published online every two months.
Most importantly, the Club encourages members to be active participants, not just joining the Club for the ‘cheap rego.’
The Royal Motor Yacht Club has a Bistro if you want to arrive early for dinner or a light snack, full bar facilities and plenty of off-street parking.
If you would like to become a member please Click HERE to view.
For general club enquiries, please contact President Kerry Benson 0409 860 001.
UPDATE - 8.30am Thursday 25th November
THE WAKEFIELD PARK TRACK DAY.
The culmination of our joint charity raising auction with Belrose Rotary was held at last night's meeting. The winning bid of $1,200 was by Graeme Smith. Thanks to Belrose Rotary for introducing PMEA to this event.
At our Christmas luncheon we have capacity for over 100 people to attend as restrictions have eased. Almost 80 have paid already – there is room for many more. At $35 each for members and spouses, the two course meal, free welcome drink and free coffee or tea after is a bargain. Booking closing date is Thursday 2nd December after which late entrants will go on a reserve list in case of late apologies. Payments can now be made by card with Treasurer Graeme at the meeting or online via our website. Phone Graeme or me if you have a computing problem.
At our lunch we can display about 15 vehicles on the lawn at RPAYC, weather permitting. Those who have booked (i.e. paid) and wish to display their vehicle can contact me on 0409 860 001. We give preference to vehicles & members that are new to the club and focus on promoting vehicles of women.
WAKE FOR ALASTAIR BROWNE 看极速赛车开奖结果
Alastair Browne’s good mate Bill Bush has arranged a wake for Alastair to be held at the Dee Why Bowling Club, 223 Fisher Road North, Dee Why on the 10th December 2021 from 3pm to 6pm on the ground floor.
There will be beer, wine and soft drinks provided. There will also be some finger food both hot and cold provided.
All attendees MUST be double vaccinated.
For those not familiar with the club there is plenty of free parking available. Members are encouraged to bring their classic vehicles as a tribute to Alastair and also attend in bright coloured clothing and/or hats.
The club also holds a meat raffle every Friday upstairs at 6.30pm.
Can all persons attending please RSVP to Clarence (Bill) Bush either by email or mobile by the 30th November 2021.
Clarence William Bush.
A reminder that the next meeting is on Wednesday 8th December
First meeting next year (2022) with be Tuesday 11th January and then every second Tuesday after that.
PMEA NOW ACCEPTS EFTPOS AT GENERAL MEETINGS
Further to the majority of members now using electronic banking to pay their annual subscriptions and various other expenses during the year, our Treasurer, Graeme Smith is pleased to announce that PMEA can now receive electronic payments at meetings and hopefully most Sunday runs using a recently adopted SQUARE READER EFTPOS system.
This is a system that accepts tap and go Debit and Credit cards and allows manual payments by those members that are not computer literate by telephoning through to Graeme your credit card details.
If you would like to know more, there will be demonstrations at upcoming General meetings or you can contact Graeme directly o
Welcome to the 21st Century.
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