The IMPS Weald Area is a group of friendly, enthusiastic and like-minded individuals who meet monthly at The Old Jail pub, Biggin Hill.
Our monthly meetings usually attract between 20 and 30 members and visitors and potential new members are warmly welcomed. If you wish to attend/visit then please do let me know. You don’t have to bring, or have, a military vehicle to be part of IMPS.
We have occasional speakers to make these meets that much more interesting and our Christmas meal usually attracts over 50 people. Regular run-outs are part and parcel of Weald Area gatherings and are usually attended by a good number of members.
Weald area members are very keen and enthusiastic within IMPS, the military vehicle world and the many charities we have supported over the years. Each year it’s all hands on deck for the ‘Poppy Appeal ‘ collecting in November and, other than 2020, the amount Weald has raised has gone from strength to strength over the years.
We look forward to you joining us for the monthly meetings and or events.
The Weald of Kent is known for its famous rural farmlands of hop gardens, apples, plums, cherries, strawberries etc. and the best vegetables, the picturesque villages and towns, the famous towns of Royal Tunbridge Wells to the south and stretching north to Westerham and Sevenoaks, the famous locations of Chartwell and the WW11 RAF fighter station Biggin Hill before reaching our boundary somewhere on the South London borough borders.
The White Hart
2nd Monday of the month
I have been a member of IMPS since 2014 and been Weald Area Secretary since 2021. I am custodian of a 1952 ex-RAF Standard 12cwt pick-up – the only genuine ex-RAF Standard pick-up on the road at present and also have a brace of 1945 ex-Army BSA M20 motorbikes.