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History

Kidderminster Motor Car Club was founded in 1961 by a group of enthusiasts who had one common interest - THE MOTOR CAR.

The Club's first headquarters were set up at the Queens Head Public House, Wolverley, but as membership grew it became necessary, in 1973, to move to a larger headquarters at the Gainsborough House Hotel, Bewdley Hill, Kidderminster, where more than ten years were spent. Following a three year spell at the Live and Let Live Public House, Wolverley and five years at the Dog Inn, Harvington, in 1995 the Club moved to the Fountain Inn, Low Habberley. The sale of these premises in 1999 necessitated a move to the Kingsford Public House, Wolverley. In September 2004 the Club moved to its present home at the Hare & Hounds Country Inn, Shenstone

Motor sport in this Country is governed by the General Regulations issued by The Royal Automobile Club Motor Sports Association Limited. The Motor Sports Association provides affiliated motor clubs with the necessary insurance cover for motoring events so long as they comply with these Regulations. KMCC has been affiliated to THE RAC MSA LTD since 1971.

In 1979, when motor sport costs were escalating, the Club became Kidderminster Motor Car Club Limited. The limited company status gave increased insurance protection to the members in the event of a claim against the Club.