Four club members - Dave Barton, Adrian Bennett, Brian Rainbow and Roger Withers visited the Classic Car Show at the NEC on the Saturday, November 10th. The show seems to get bigger each year, and it is important to get to the NEC early, because the crowds keep on coming, so by mid afternoon it is heaving, and difficult to get near the ...
Sunday October 6th at Bicester Heritage saw the last Scramble of the 2018 season. There were plenty of MGs in evidence, both in the public car park and in the Technical site. The complex is growing bigger every visit, both in its importance to the Classic Car industry, and in size as more buildings are restored and specialist services ...
On Friday 21st September 22 club members headed south to spend the weekend in The Isle of Wight. Most of us met up before boarding the ferry, but the admin shortcomings at the ferry port resulted in us being separated.
Not to worry - we all arrived at the hotel safely, and settled in before exploring the local surroundings and changing ...
At the October Club Night we were treated to a talk by Alan Dyson and John Passmore about their experiences in the motor trade over the last 5 decades, particularly their relationship with MG and with Motor sport. Both have had incredibly varied careers, and entertained us with a selection of their memories, supported by photographs and by ...
The Kop Hill Climb event in Princes Risborough is on this Saturday and Sunday 15th 16th Sept.
Here we see Roger and Brian are at the ready for the hill. I understand Patricia went up on the second run, asked how was it, her reply "Holy S.......!! that was quick.
I know a few other members went on Saturday and Sunday and the weather was ...
Several members made it to the Blackthorn Classic Car Event and the weather was very kind to us with blue skies and sun all day.
There were over 300 cars on show and some very interesting and different cars there.
We had 8 members and 5 cars from the club there to my knowledge so it was a good turnout.
The event was well attended ...
The now traditional drive and dine event which replaces the August club night took place on Monday 6th and was a great success with 12 cars and 22 members participating amongst whom were two new members who were made very welcome.
We met at the Betsy Wynne in Swanbourne for a refreshing drink and our route instructions. Unfortunately after ...
This months Club Meeting was of course the Pride of Ownership event and was held at The Dairy Waddesdon Manor.
Twenty seven cars competed in seven classes plus the club car of the year class.
The winners were as follows:
Class A Pre 1962: Mike Jones for his MG T2
Class B 1962-80 MG ...
Mike Jones wins The Treasures Trophy at the Chiltern Hills Rally on Sunday 20th May with his beautiful MG J2.
His car has a great history attached to it which we will publish later on once we have the full details.
The club had is own stand and 10 cars were on display for the many thousands of visitors to see. We had many ...
Picture courtesy of the Bucks Herald.
Traditionally the first Club Event of the year after our annual Dinner in February is the Spring Run.
This year nine cars met at The Waddesdon Deli, Westcott Venture Park, on Saturday April 21st, where we started the day with a substantial breakfast. After breakfast we were given a briefing and ...