Welcome to Thames Valley 4×4 Club. We are an off roading club based in the North Hampshire/ Berkshire area run by our members. Become a member and our club is your club and we will do our best to meet your needs.
2018 Drive Around Events are booked as follows. Check our facebook group for late cancellations of events before departure:
**CANCELLED BY LAND OWNER** 28th October 2018 – Brick Kiln Farm
18th November 2018 – Oxley Shaw (our home site)
2nd December 2018 – Slab Common (TBC – MoD licence awaited)
30th December 2018 – Christmas @ Slab Common (TBC – MoD licence awaited)
MOD events are £30 member, £35 non members (includes membership), £5 extra driver.
Non MOD events are £25 member, £30 non members (includes membership), £5 extra driver.
Directions can be found here for all except Slab which is Opposite GU35 9HJ – http://www.tv4x4.co.uk/wordpress/site-information-sheets/
We are a family friendly, non profit, 4×4 off road event club run by our members. We welcome anyone to our events from first time off roaders to full on experienced mud pluggers and try to cater for all needs.
We organise a variety of events from pay and play days to green lane trips on an average of once a month. Anyone is welcome to come along and join for membership or if you are more of a spectator you are welcome to come and watch for free. All our event are suitable for beginners but some more so than others so please feel free to contact us if you want to plan your first trip out so we can recommend an event to best suit your needs. The kids love to join in so feel free to bring the family.
Every site we visit has its own rules which are to be strictly followed. These are to keep everybody safe and to ensure we are allowed back on the site next time. We have a large group of marshals that will keep everything safe and guide you as needed. If you wish to check out our main rules you can find them HERE.
We usually offer over night camping at most of our events. See the event details for confirmation and details on the facilities available as these are usually quite limited as not usually on a camp site. However camping (or caravanning if you prefer) in the middle of nowhere is usually good fun!
We are lucky enough to have a large group of very friendly and knowledgeable marshals. They help the committee to run the club and we would not have a club without them. They are always willing to help/laugh at you if you get stuck or advise if you don’t know what you are doing. They also do a lot of setting up site and transporting all the kit that is needed to keep everything flowing. Please feel free to hassle them as much as you like if you have any questions!! 🙂
Please come and say hello in the forum but be aware some of us bite!