About the Society

The Enfield and District Veteran Vehicle Society Ltd (EDVVS) was started by a group of enthusiasts in 1961. It is a registered community benefit society number 17125R and is recognised by HMRC as a charity. After meeting in various pubs and community centres and acquiring a growing number of commercial vehicles including the 1912 Belsize fire engine christened Madeleine it was clear that a permanent home was needed. They set up a trust and started raising funds especially through the Enfield Pageant of motoring. In 1985 they were able to purchase the disused pumping station in Whitewebbs Road and started the enormous task of converting it into a Museum of Transport. In 2019 the Trust (EDVVT)and the Society separated but Whitewebbs Museum of Transport remains our base and focus.

Who we are

  • Our membership is open for anyone with an interest and has a passion for any kind of historic vehicle be it, preserving, restoring, driving or owning. However you do not have to own a vehicle to be a member.
  • Our members are encouraged to support the Museum by volunteering on Museum Open Days on Tuesdays and the last Sunday of the month as stewards or on Thursdays for maintenance work on the building, grounds and vehicles. We also welcome those who are interested in custom cars and hot rods.
  • Members help the Trustees to put on the annual Enfield Pageant of Motoring, a major source of income for the Museum and a wonderful show for
  • We currently have over 350 members. You can join us by completing the membership application form on line or downloading a print and post form. For membership enquiries please contact membership@edvvs.org