We are a networking, social and discussion group having business or personal interest in transportation issues, methods and logistics.
April 2022 Dinner Meeting - :
This is the last monthly meeting of the Club's 2021-23 programme. the guest speaker was to have been Cllr Martin Wilby the Norfolk County Council Cabinet lead on Highways, Infrastructure and Transport. However, he is now not available. Instead, Adrian Brook, CEO of Chatsbrook Finance Limited will address the meeting on his career in the motor industry and on vehicle and asset finance.
The 2-course meal costs £18.00 per head payable on the night by cash or cheque. Cheese and biscuits is available as an alternative to the dessert at an additional cost of £2.50 per head.
- Members & their personal guests - by email to firstname.lastname@example.org by no later than Wednesday 8th June 2022 at the very latest.
- Non-members - by email to email@example.com by no later than Thursday 2nd June at the very latest.
Cancellations can be accepted up until Monday 13th June. After that date the meal charge will still be payable When booking please ensure you provide the full name of any guest(s) and request for special dietary need or cheese and biscuit requirement.
We look forward to seeing as many members, their guests and non-members as can make this event so that we can finish the 2021-23 season on a high. The 2022-23 season will start on 5th October.
President’s Message May 2022
Well…. What an interesting 2021/22 season we have had. I was officially appointed as President in May 2021 after the past president Nick Barrett kindly agreed to sit another year due to COVID. The season continued to be disrupted with COVID. However, we have managed on numerous occasions to meet as a club face to face, which has been brilliant and a pleasure to see everyone.
click here to see full content of the President's May 2022 Message.
Click here to see the 2021-22committee members names and roles.
A Brief History of Norwich Traffic Club
The Norwich Traffic Club was born on 25th January 1933, the date of the preliminary meeting at Langfords Restaurant at which it was founded with 31 members.
The Club came into being at the time when transport problems were assuming greater importance than ever before, and there was a need for some common ground on which responsible managers could meet irrespective of the forms of transport in which they were engaged.
Today the Club boasts around 65 members, both Personal and Corporate, from all aspects of the Transport Industry, who meet monthly for informal donners and to debate and discuss important topics related to Transport today. The opportunity for business networking is also at the core of the Club’s activity and best practice and business improvement develops from these meetings.
The Story of the Little Known Norwich Traffic Club - click here
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