The Old Lawnmower Club was formed in 1990 to promote the collection, preservation and display of lawn mowers made from 1830 onwards. We have more than 500 members around the world.
Membership is open to anyone with an interest in old lawn mowers. We participate in a number of events throughout the year at museums, garden shows, vintage rallies and steam fairs. You can find out more about what we do on this site.
Leaving aside the time of year, and the end of the mowing season, one of the UK's politicians this week suggested that we should mow the lawn less often to protect the bee population.
Not sure whether we should be pleased or not that long-term club member Stan Hardwick has been officially "recognised" as one of Britain's 12 most boring men. Stan is "Mr October" in a new calendar published by the Dull Men's Club (we assume he's a member of that club too).
Actually, when we come to think of it Stan's not even the most boring (or dullest) member of our club! Read more about Stan and the other men in this year's calendar at various news sites, including: