Unfortunately due to the persistence of COVID-19 and with your wellbeing our primary concern, we have taken the decision to postpone the MG & Triumph Spares Day show until further notice. We will advise you on the new date as soon as we have it. Thanks for your understanding, stay safe.
Based: Abingdon, Oxfordshire. Working: Full – time. The MG Car Club is one of the world’s oldest car clubs, recently celebrating over 90 years welcoming MG owners and friends to the Club from around the world. An opportunity exists to help move the forward in the position of Club Manager. Based at the Club’s headquarters in Abingdon, […]
Mike Haughton MGCC Director says, “The MG Car Club, as a member of the Federation of British Historic Vehicle Cubs is pleased to announce that we have developed a ‘Carbon Offset’ scheme that may be of interest to members – unless of course you already have an MG ZS EV or MG 5! It is […]
The MG ZS EV has scooped a brace of trophies in the 2022 DrivingElectric Awards, including the coveted overall Car of the Year prize.
It’s amazing, at a time when the automotive industry is taking a real beating, somehow MG, our beloved car brand, keeps on growing.
The MG Car Club is pleased to announce that we have a new acting Club Manager. Mike Stafford will covering the role on Tuesday & Wednesday each week at Kimber House. We welcome Mike to the team and wish him every success. David Tynan. MG Car Club Chairman.
Due to the current ongoing building works and rise in coronavirus cases we have taken the difficult decision to close Kimber House to guests until mid-February. We thank you for your understanding David Tynan. MG Car Club Chairman
Roy Locock has stood down as acting club manager at the request of the EC due to ill health. The EC and I thank Roy for his support and efforts managing the Club & Team at Kimber House over the last few months. David Tynan – Chairman MGCC
The FBHVC (Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs) has been in dialogue with the Department for Transport regarding the recently released proposals within the DfT’s Future of Transport Regulatory Review.
I first met John (JV) back in the 1960’s at the Oxford Motor Club. Although he owned many cars over the years from a Mini Cooper, Ford Cortina, AH Sprite, Morgan plus many others, his main interest in the early days was motor bike scrambling and he owned a motorbike up until the early 2000’s. […]
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