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Club Policies

The TR Register Car Club prides itself on being a friendly, inclusive and supportive club which is run for the benefit of its members. The TR Register is also fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the well-being of all its members, staff and volunteers to ensure a positive and enjoyable experience for all. 

The Club believes that it is important that members, employees, administrators and others associated with the Club must, always, show respect and understanding for the safety and welfare of others.

Most of all, the TR Register is a fun car club, made up of like-minded people who share a set of values and activities in order to share their passion for the Triumph TR marque and classic cars more widely.

Like all organisations, occasions arise, albeit very infrequently, where a set of policies and procedures needs to be consulted to ensure the organisation, its volunteers, staff or members are aligned with a set of understandings and procedures that are expected of the Club and its members.

The policies and procedures reflect current legislation, accepted best practice, and comply with the government guidance and have been created in consultation with the membership of the TR Register Car Club.

These policies and procedures will be frequently reviewed and updated. If a member feels there is an omission or error contained within, please raise it with the Management Team via an initial email to:

Download the Policies and Procedures Handbook here