Northern Ireland



Peter Morrow & Neil Stevenson

We currently have around 160 members in the Northern Ireland MX-5 Area, with the majority concentrated in Counties, Antrim, Down and the greater Belfast area. Over the Winter (October – April) we meet on the second Wednesday of each month at The Civil Service Pavilion, Upper Newtownards Road, Belfast BT4 3TA at 7.30 pm for our monthly planning and social meetings. We have a “core” of around 30 active members that form the backbone of the Club and we meet up at least twice a Month – usually on a Saturday and on a Wednesday evening – for runs and events during the Spring & Summer months. The main focus of our Club is to try and get all of the members involved by allowing everyone their say and encouraging all to take an active part in organising a run or event that they would like to host. Our aim is to try and and increase the number of “active” club members especially across the other 4 Counties that are currently under represented, by holding some of our events in those areas.


October – April

Held at The Civil Service Pavilion, Upper Newtownards Road, Belfast BT4 3TA on the second Wednesday of each month from 7.30pm.



A great turn-out for the “Antrim Coast run”. Thanks to everyone who joined us on the day. Excellent weather too and plenty  of roof down driving. This may have been our last chance to drive the “Dark Hedges” as the road has now officially been closed to traffic at the beginning of November see the […]


AGM NI AREA – Minutes/Feedback

As most of you will be aware we held our AGM yesterday evening at the Maynard Sinclair Pavilion. A number of items were discussed – I will give you a quick resume of the discussions. 1. FEEDBACK FROM UK AGM Peter provided feedback from his recent attendance to the UK AGM. 2. SOCIAL MEDIA At the last […]


LOUGH NEAGH RUN – in memory of Robert Shanley

A big thank you to everyone who joined us on this run last Saturday (27 May) and who contributed to Chest Heart and Stroke in memory of long time Club member Robert Shanley. A total of £500 was raised from Club members and his family and friends.