Wirral Advanced Motorists was formed in 1980. A Registered Charity run entirely by unpaid volunteers, our main function is to improve driving standards and to advance the cause of Road Safety.
We have built up a close liaison with the Police and Road Safety Officers to help achieve this.
Affiliated to IAM RoadSmart (formerly The Institute of Advanced Motorists), also a Registered Charity, we are completely self-funding. A free electronic Newsletter is issued to our Members six times a year. You can access it here.
We hold social evening events on the last Tuesday of every other month (please see our Events page) to which we invite interesting speakers. Non-members are welcome.
Our Group (IAM RoadSmart group 5015) works hard to inform local people of the advantages to be gained by becoming an Advanced Motorist. During the summer months we arrange open days throughout Wirral so that members of the public can come and ask questions about us and see what advanced driving is all about.
Chair: Amanda Williams
Other members of the team
Secretary: Jo Bolland
Treasurer: Yvonne Charlett
Chief Observer: Simon Richards
Membership secretary: Tony Stopforth
Associate Coordinator: Liz Scarff
Area Associate Organiser: Tony Stopforth
Newsletter Editor: Amanda Williams
Others: Sheila Rose, Guy Lightfoot
Some of our Observer Team
The Group has commissioned a tree to be planted in memory of Norman at the Mayfields Remembrance Park in Eastham.
It is with enormous sadness we announce the death of our former President Norman Jarvis MBE, JP. Norman joined the IAM in 1964, was a founder member of the Wirral IAM Group in 1980 and he worked tirelessly for us since then, with humour, generosity and wisdom.
He was a National Observer and a Fellow of IAM RoadSmart. Norman will be greatly missed by all who knew him.