Welcome to the BrmmBrmm Motoring Guide to the UK

This is a new project for the BrmmBrmm Classic Car Club and Network. Its purpose is to create a UK wide guide to the interesting towns and villages of the UK, from the perspective of the individual or club planning a motor tour. For example it includes not just interesting sights, activities and places to visit, but links into the BrmmBrmm Classic Car Network of clubs, to provide information on classic car events in the area.

The guide is organised by county and town/village. As we’re just starting out, the list is short, but come back soon, as it will grow!
UK Map

The content and structure of these guides is still evolving, and the kinds of attractions that we aim to include will be wide ranging. There will however be a common thread based around classic and vintage automotive, as well as anything that celebrates Britain’s glorious mechanical engineering and industrial heritage. So, if you want a change from a day out to your local classic motor museum, maybe we can interest you a visit to the Fred Dibnah Heritage Centre in Bolton, or the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Visitor Centre in Lincoln.

We’re also open to suggestions, as the aim is to work in partnership with our website visitors and member clubs, so please feel free to contact us with your ideas.

News and Latest Additions

We’re continuaIly updating the content in this guide. The latest updates are to the following sections.

  • 2nd June 2017 Added information about the Brighton Festival to our Sussex page and updated Motoring Attractions in Bristol
  • 1st June 2017 Updated the overview of Lancashire
  • 30th May 2017 Added information on up-and-coming Bury. Did you know that the Bury Sculpture Centre features some of the most prestigious sculptures in the contemporary art scene?
  • 1 January 2017 If ever there was a website that ought to be smartphone friendly it is this one, so even though we have yet to finish all the counties and towns, we’ve decided to redesign the site for mobiles, with help from Griffen Mill Pixel Factory.