We’re sorry to have to advise that, following Government advice, all our events through to July have now been either postponed or cancelled as a result of Coronavirus. Full guidance from the Club is available on the National Website at www.austinhealeyclub.com/

This is an unprecedented situation, as we enjoy so much the gatherings and friendship gained by our Centre.  With this dreadful virus over our heads, we feel there is no other choice available to us as we are, in the main, of mature years, and that puts us in a vulnerable position.

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The New Forest Centre is very fortunate to have its core area as the ‘New Forest National Park’, which covers an area of 566 square kilometres. This provides a great backdrop for our short day tours and social events.

For information on the type of events we arrange please visit our ‘Events’ page, where dates and times are provided. We also provide 3 monthly evening meetings, and they can be found under ‘Noggins’ and are spread across our catchment area, to provide a local link for our 180 members.
If you wish to come along to these meetings, to find out how our Centre provides the interest to its members, then contact the nominated member for the respective meeting, and they will welcome you along.

Should you be considering or planning to purchase a Healey, please call us, and assistance will be at hand to guide you on the models available, together with the technical side if needed. We also have two registered club ‘Valuers’, who can value Austin Healeys for insurance purposes for current members.

We look forward to you joining us, as we enjoy our cars and base our events on the social aspect, therefore providing the best we can for our members.

Club and Centre History!

Jim Finch has discovered a history of the Austin Healey Club, first published in 1986 for the 25th anniversary of the Club in that year’s International Healey Weekend brochure. Why not wallow in the past and immerse yourself in high Club politics!  You’ll find the article in our history section at www.nfahc.co.uk/history