Hampshire Region

R.O. –  William Batchelor

A.R.O – Andrew Morle

Contact: hampshire@tipec.net


Petersfield Rd, Alresford SO24 0NH

We meet on the 1st Wednesday of the month from:-

7:00pm or 6:30pm in the lighter summer months


 Hampshire Monthly Meeting Venue

Petersfield Rd, Alresford SO24 0NH




2019 Events


July 3 rd Wednesday from 7 pm

Club Night at the Hinton Arms


July 27th – Saturday from 7 pm

Social Evening Live Music with Creative Covers

Join the Hampshire region Porsche enthusiast’s social evening at the Leigh Park Working Men’s Club bring your partners, enjoy the live music and entertainment from the Creative Covers band and William on Keyboards and Saxophone, an evening not to be missed.

However, we will need a list of names in advance of the evening and for seating.

There is a door entry fee for non-members of £3. The food and drinks are reasonably priced.

TU Workings Men’s Club, 439 Dunsbury Way, Leigh Park, Havant PO9 5BD.


August 7th  – Wednesday from 7 pm

 Club night at the Hinton Arms


August 17th – Saturday from 12 Noon

Ashington Festival and Car Show

 There is an opportunity to showcase your car, please let us know if you would like to attend so that we can group the cars together.

We will also have a Porsche Enthusiasts TIPEC table.

There is FREE PARKING and NO entry fee.

The event is held at Ashington Recreation Ground from 12 Noon onwards. Besides the cars and vintage vehicles, there are many stalls, marquees and activities throughout the day.

Also there is another chance to hear live music from the Creative Covers band later in the evening and ends with a tremendous firework display.

Ashington Recreation Ground, Ashington, West Sussex RH20 3JX.

September 4th  – Wednesday from 7 pm

 Club night at the Hinton Arms

September 15th  –  Sunday 12 noon

Mystery drive out, details to follow

September 21st  –  Saturday from 7.30 pm

Porsche club members Social evening at Cranleigh Sports and Social Club.Parsonage Rd, Cranleigh GU6 7AN.


Archive pics and tips from our members

Hampshire member Steve Simmons who had his Porsche under cover for nearly ten years, shares his story of restoring his 1990 944 Turbo and finally getting it back on the road in 2018. The rust had inevitably gotten hold and the inner and outer sills and front and rear wing bottoms were replaced, also changing the water pump, belt, rollers and the brake discs skimmed.,  a new number plate and the handbrake adjusting the car went straight through the MOT.  This year the car has four new tyres, the anti-roll bars powder coated and rebuilt with new bushes and fixings, also replacing the central jacking points as they were looking tired. A recent service at JMG Ferndown revealed a worn front wishbone bush, i had asked them to renew the fuel lines, they also replaced the bushes on both sides and the caster mounts. This has resulted in a car that is now a lot nicer to drive and is ready for the Summer.