Barnsley Branch Morris Minor Owners Club
The Barnsley Branch (the original & probably the best branch in the National MMOC that covers the whole of South Yorkshire) draws members from all over the S. Yorks region. It welcomes all Morris Minor owners especially those who live in and around Doncaster, Rotherham, Sheffield and, of course, Barnsley. However it is not obligatory to live in S. Yorks, as evidenced by many of our existing loyal members who live outside this area.
Our venue is The BOATMANS REST pub, Edmonds Road, Worsbrough, Barnsley, S70 4TD. The regular meeting date is the 1st Thursday in the month, start time around 7.30 pm. For directions to the pub, from your post code, please see our Meetings & Direction page on this web site.–2017No meeting in January–February, Thursday 2nd. Meeting at Boatmans Rest – it’s our AGM meeting with a few formalities to complete then a small buffet plus quiz & raffle. Don’t forget to return / bring along your Bob Beever trophy voting slips.–March, Thursday 2nd. Meeting at Boatmans Rest. An anecdotal evening, because we are never short of a good story to tell. followed by raffle & quiz–Annual subs now become due, thank youP.S. For those wishing to renew membership . Please contact our membership secretary, Peter Zarkarian-Ball on 07462 665566 or via firstname.lastname@example.org, thanks.For those wishing to join our branch you can download the membership application form belowFor directions to the pub, from your post code, please see our Meetings & Direction page on this
Yet another successful & well attended 2016 rally (99 vehicles) at Elsecar – for more detail see the the Branch Rally page.
Photographs of most of the cars on display at this years rally & previous rallies can be found on the Potteries Branch website – many thanks to Cam Shaw.
For 2017 it’s looking like Graves Park, Sheffield, on Sunday May 14th, 2017 – watch this space for more details.
It has been decided that the Barnsley Jogle, as an event, has come to the end of its life. The economics make it no longer financially viable. Fuel costs for the event could be £300 -£400. Add accommodation costs to that and the outing could be £600 or more. It has been one of the most successful and important events in the MMOC. Sadly, we have to lay it to rest
The Morris Minor Owners Club, with around 12,000 members, is one of the largest classic car clubs in the UK, and the Barnsley Branch extends across much of South Yorkshire. Whilst most of our members are from Barnsley, Doncaster and Sheffield we do have some from further away, in Derbyshire, Lancashire and even in Worcestershire (our Newsletter editor).
The Barnsley branch has an active calendar of events throughout the year with monthly meetings, trips out to regional and national MMOC rallies as well as the club's own JoGLE run every June from John O'Groats to Lands End.