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2024 events

Calendar of events for 2024, for the club. 

Hopefully you will find all or some of the events a good reason to get your classic on the road and see a bit of the Scottish countryside.

We are working on other events to add to this calendar so keep looking at our website for the latest version of the planned calendar.

Full details and Regs etc for CCHMSC events will appear closer to the time of each event. 

We will also list other club and classic events and shows as we hear about them. 

Plenty to choose from for classic motoring.

If you would like to join the Club download the application form now.

2024 Events
Your committee met recently to agree the club's 2024 event list. We agreed that the cost of living crisis is still a significant issue, so for this year your club will subsidise part of the setup costs of each event. This continues the agreement made at a previous AGM to use our bank balance toward making motorsport more affordable, while maintaining the features, variety and social, that members asked we incorporate in our events.
We hope this will encourage you to bring out your classic, or modern car, on the club tours in 2024.
The Red Hackle Tour  -  5 May
Our tribute tour to the Black Watch. Start and finish to be once again at the Black Watch Museum Perth. This venue has very successfully been used as the start finish venue in several past years. Organisers Ron & Jan Adam with George Shand have yet again discovered another new route.
Fife & Ochil's Tour - 28 July
We repeat the sortie into the Kingdom of Fife and over the Ochil's building on last years successful inaugural event., Organiser Jim and Norma Watson take us to new places across interesting roads.  As last year our start will be at Calders Kinross, next door to the motorway services.   
Rally of the Borders - 8 September
For 2024 we head over to the western Border country into Dumfries and Galloway. Change of date, earlier in the month to avoid clash with HCC Crofterra new date too.

Interesting roads and places to visit to add to a great day out. Start in New Lanark, which regulars will remember well for events in this area. 

Classic High Tea  -   1 December
End of the touring year for members to get together to chat about their year of classic motoring, and what is happening next year, at the Royal George Hotel in Perth. Includes their award winning Meringues, which never cease to amaze. 
Other Clubs Events 2024

Following on the success of last year’s run, we are returning to Nuffield Health, Fitness and Wellbeing, Milngavie Club for the Start and Finish.   

The event is open to sporting and saloon cars of any age and any other cars at the discretion of the Organisers.   Starting order will be determined by the age of the vehicle, beginning with the oldest.

The event will start from Nuffield Health, Fitness and Wellbeing, Milngavie Club, Strathblane Road Milngavie G62 8HJ at 11.00 on Sunday 7April 2024  The finish of the run will take place at Nuffield Health, Fitness and Wellbeing, Milngavie Club where the cars  are expected to arrive from approximately 15.00. Refreshments will be available at the start and finish.
Grampian Transport Museum Events
The events with links are open for booking. As a self-funding independent charity, this year more than ever GTM need your support to make these events a success.
Date Event More info & Booknig
14 April Spring Autojumble
12 May How Many Left
21 July Alford Cavalcade Booking not open yet
18 August All Ford Booking not open yet
22 September Autumn Autojumble Booking not open yet

Organisers Perth Rotary expect over 100 classic cars to assemble at McDiarmid Park, Perth, home of St Johnstone Football Club, before being flagged off by the Provost of Perth & Kinross, at the podium at McDiarmid Park. They then journey north through rural Perthshire along the banks of Loch Tay and on to Glencoe where lunch will be served at the Isles of Glencoe Hotel.

The return route will be south through Appin to the Connel Bridge, and then east through Taynuilt and Lochawe to Tyndrum and Loch Earn, before finishing at Crieff Hydro Hotel in time for Dinner and the Awards Ceremony, starting at 5.30pm and finishing at 7.30pm.
Sunday 26th May 2024 10am - 4pm  Craigtoun Park, St Andrews
Open to all modern, classic and vintage vehicles All entry fees support nominated charity Register before 19th May 2024


Supporting Communities - locally, nationally and internationally
BVAC Classic  - Thirlestane Castle Sunday 2 June
BVAC are very excited to announce that the Hill Rally stage will return to this year’s BVAC Classic in a new and improved format on Sunday 2nd June.

Visitors will once again be able to enjoy the sight and sound of over 30 Hill Rally monsters, setting off on a special timed stage in the grounds of Thirlestane Castle, as they battle it out to win the Scottish Summer Hill Rally.

Beyond the Hill Rally stage, the show will feature a huge array of attractions to keep the whole family entertained. There will extensive displays of stunning veteran, vintage and classic cars, a retail area, children’s play zone and activities, arena stunt display’s, pipe band shows and plenty of wonderful food and drink vendors to keep visitors fuelled throughout the day!

Be sure not to miss out on the action; book your tickets online in advance and grab a bargain with a special advanced ticket price of £10, available to visitors who purchase before 1st March 2024 (online ticket pricing will then rise to £12.50 until advanced sales close on 30th May).  

Full ticket information and purchases can be made on
The Loch Ness Classic Car Tour has become an established high-quality event in the Scottish Classic Car Tour calendar.    
Once again, we have planned a new route for 2024, this time taking in the odd section of North Coast 500 in addition to other enjoyable and scenic roads in Ross-shire and Inverness-shire including the iconic Loch Ness.

The Car Tour is being organised on behalf of the Rotary Club of Inverness Loch Ness to raise funds to be split, in 2023 between Maggie’s Highlands Cancer Care and the Charity Account of the Rotary Club of Inverness Loch Ness which supports many local, national and international charities.    As before, there will be NO entry fee, however entrants are encouraged to raise as much sponsorship as possible which will aid the aforementioned charities.

Full details on the event, Regulations, Entry and Sponsorship forms are on the Tour website
Entry Forms can be downloaded online or by contacting Nicol Manson at or by telephone on 07774 695640 (before 8pm please)

This non-competitive event which allows entrants to travel at their own pace is open to classic and vintage cars, also more modern cars of a sporting nature with  the maximum entry being restricted to 65 vehicles (excess entries will go on to a waiting list).
Fife Historic Vehicle Club : 43rd Festival of Historic Transport
16 June

A brilliant day out for all the family, with several hundred vehicles and an assortment of stalls. Vintage Bus rides, Local Railway Preservation Group – Shed 47 onsite.

Free entrance to The Scottish Vintage Bus Museum.

Entry forms available NOW - (To join the display  £5 per vehicle)

Updated 20 May 2024