We are a group of Land Rover enthusiasts who use a lot of our spare time, improving, tinkering, fixing and using our vehicles.
We have a good set of guys who are the admins on the Facebook group who do it voluntary and keep the group flowing with Info, Items for sale, Events and so much more. We also do some interclub events were we organise events with other clubs and all meet up and spend either a day or a few hrs together doing various outings.
Club meetings are held on the Second Tuesday of every month, 7.30pm at the Pack Horse Inn, Elbut Ln, Birtle Rd, Bury BL9 7TU. There is the opportunity to have a bite to eat, and we personally recommend the Cheese and Onion Pie. Visitors are very welcome.
Statement Of Purpose
The purposes of the Lancashire Land Rover Club is to:
- Promote, represent, encourage and support the recreation of four-wheel drive touring.
- Promote and represent the interests of owners and drivers of vehicles made by Land Rover.
- Pursue and conduct training programmes and projects which affect four wheel drive touring and the activities of the Club generally.
- Co-operate with or assist any organisation having objectives and purposes similar to those of the Club in any manner which may further the interest of four-wheel drive touring.
- Co-operate with and assist all levels of government, land management authorities and the private sector in the needs of four wheel drive touring and initiating the means of meeting those needs.
- Preserve the Land-Rover marque.
We provide all the information required for our members to drive legally, sustainably, and responsibly in the countryside both on and off tarmac. Access to information and advice includes, regular digital bulletins, and full access to TrailWise2 (TW2), currently the most comprehensive database of Vehicular Rights of Way in Great Britain.
We provide our community with a voice when liaising with stakeholders on matters pertaining to the rights of way and unsurfaced unclassified road network.
We work with local authorities, National Parks, the Police, and other stakeholders nationwide in a variety of ways.
- Training and education
- Liaising with landowners and local residents
- Supplying voluntary labour
- Surveying rights of way and reporting problems
- Providing evidence of illegal driving and working with the Police to educate the public