“The club was originally formed in the fall of 2008 by a small group of British car enthusiasts who live in the Orangeville, Ontario area. Since then, the club has grown and we now find that the club is attracting members who reside within a 20 to 30 minute radius of Orangeville.
The Headwaters name comes from a unique watershed in the Oak Ridges Moraine where six rivers begin their journeys. These rivers flow in different directions ending either in Georgian Bay, Lake Huron or Lake Ontario. The water from this area is one of Ontario’s most pristine sources of fresh water.
The main purpose of the club is to provide a social framework where local British Car Enthusiasts can come together to enjoy all aspects of there British vehicles.
While touring with our vehicles is and will continue to be the major focus of the club, the social aspects are also a key factor. Further, the members have decided that they also wish to have a social responsibility component to their activities in the form of periodic support for local charitable institutions.”