Lancs Members please put your details in here to log in:
Lancs Membership No:
WELCOME TO THE LANCASHIRE RS OWNERS CLUB WEBSITE
This site has been created for the benefit of club members, other RS owners and those who are admirers of the Ford RS marque.
The club has a good membership and meets once a month at the Ancient Oak Pub, near Junction 1 of the M55, on the second Tuesday of each month. You can find more details of our meetings in the 'Meetings' link above
We have our own Regional Day held at Towneley Park in Burnley, this is all organised by the group. The show came back with a bang in 2006 and now moving on the Lancs Group organise an RS Road Trip. You can find more info on the show and RS Road Trip and can book and pay for tickets online in the 'Towneley Show' link above.
SPECIAL FEATURES FOR LANCS MEMBERS ONLY
There are a number of features on the website that require your Lancs Membership number to be able to access. These include being able to upload your car to the 'Members Cars' area, download the Monthly Newsletter and add any news you think relevant. If you know of a local garage that you would like to recommend to fellow members that isnt in the current list or would like to add a recommendation for other members to be able to read, this can all be done online by simply logging in on the menu above. Once you have logged in all members features will become avaliable on a members bar, tick the 'remember me' option if you dont want to have to login each time you visit the site.
The site is jammed packed with pictures from previous shows and of members cars, with info on up and coming shows and social events. We also have a list of recommened garages in the Lancs area with details of what they do, where to find them and contact information all being included.
LANCS MEMBERSHIP NUMBER
If you are a current member but are unsure of your membership number, >click here<.
LOGGING IN PROBLEMS
If you are having problems logging in, >click here< for help.
Anything on the website that is a link to another page or area has '> <' around it.