The Austin Cambridge Westminster Car Club (ACWCC) has recently been experiencing major website difficulties and got in touch with Wheels-Alive to ask if we could help to spread the word that it is up and running again. We are happy to help of course.
This is their message to their members (and may be helpful to prospective members too), to explain why their website has been out of action…
“Austin Cambridge Westminster Car Club
We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience you may have experienced due to our club website going offline. The problem was caused by our previous website provider who went out of business and frankly left us and many other businesses and clubs in limbo. This also resulted in our online renewal options to be compromised. We would like to confirm that we are still operational, and the club continues as it was before this situation happened.
We are working hard to update and renew our club website and will gradually be able to provide the services for renewing membership fees as well as providing access for new members to join. We will work hard to reassure our loyal membership that we appreciate their patience and understanding.
If you haven’t renewed your membership and would like to continue with the club, please email: email@example.com
…and we will respond to you regarding interim payment options, or if you would like to raise any matters or have any questions regarding the club, please use the same email address.
Our website is in progress, but you can find us at www.acwcc.co.uk
Once again please accept my personal apologies for any inconvenience caused.
ACWCC Club Chairman”
About the Austin Cambridge Westminster Car Club (ACWCC)…
The Austin Cambridge Westminster Car Club (ACWCC) is a dedicated, active organisation catering for the Austin Cambridge A40, A50 and A55 Mark I (pre-Farina models, from 1954), Farina-styled A55 Mark II and A60, also all derivatives (Morris Oxford Series V and VI, MG Magnette Mark III and IV, Riley 4/68 and 4/72, Wolseley 15/60 and 16/60), plus all the six cylinder Austin Westminster models of the same eras (A90, A95, A99 and A110), also the equivalent six cylinder Wolseley 6/99 and 6/110 models, as well as the Austin 3 Litre (in summary, covering the various model ranges as outlined, from 1954 to 1971).