ZR/ZS/ZT Register News

MG 40

The ZR/ZS/ZT Register in association with the FWD Register, V8 Register, MGF Register, 635 Register and SUV Register are pleased to announce MG40 on the weekend of 16/17th July at the Gloucestershire and Warickshire Railway, Toddington.  MG40 will be a two day celebration of all MGs from the post Abingdon era.

Saturday 16th will also incorporate the annual MG Saloon Day when we celebrate all the MG “tin tops”, hatchbacks and tourers from the earliest Morris Garages Supersports through the Y-types, SAs, Magnettes, Metro/Maestro/Montegos and Zeds through to the latest SUVs.

Sunday will be the big birthday bash when we celebrate the 40th anniversary of the MG Metro, 30 years of the RV8, 20 years of the MG TF and 10+1 years of the MG6.

Tickets available at www.eventbrite.co.uk, search for MG 40 and are on a per day, per car basis.  Note that both days are limited to 250 cars so to avoid disappointment early booking is recommended.

Winter Lunchtime Natter

With the relaxing of COVID restrictions and the start of the 2022 season about to start, the ZR/ZS/ZT Register have organised a Winter Lunchtime Natter at The Midget pub/restaurant in Abingdon on Saturday 5th February from 10.30am. It will be just an informal event to give people a chance to get together, have a chat and enjoy some pub food.

A similar event was held last October and, despite it being particularly wet and fears over fuel supplies, about an half a dozen members attended and report an enjoyable day. So why not come along meet the register committee and see the plans for 2022.

Anniversary Meet Saturday 2nd October

This Saturday the ZR/ZS/ZT Register invites members to a lunchtime gathering at the Midget in Abingdon to celebrate the twenty years of the Zed range of cars. Mike Stafford will be our guest speaker and the bar will be open for food and drink orders.

Zeds in The Lakes Tour and Zeds in the North

The ZR/ZS/ZT Register made its first foray into organising a tour with the Zeds in the Lakes tour in September.  The tour was organised through Scenic Car Tours and was based at the Riverside Hotel in Kendal. Nine cars were on the tour and came from as far as Hampshire and Stirling.  Two couples made special efforts to make it on the Friday as bizarrely they both had the same problem with theirs ZRs.  Both had seized brake callipers shortly after setting out.  Both couple returned to their respected homes and swapped over to their second car.  In the case of Francois and Hartley MacDonald their ZT and Sheila and Colin Ballard in their MG6.

On the Saturday the group set out on a drive taking in Ambleside, Keswick and Ullswater with Rob Johns in the lead car.  The outward leg was via Kirkstone Pass where we stopped at a pull in for photo opportunities with terrific views out over the pass towards Ullswater. Then on via a scenic route along the shores of Ullswater to Keswick. There things went awry as the town was extremely busy causing many on the tour to lose contact with each other. Everyone then split up into various groups and returned to the hotel at their own speed.  However each in their own way seemed to have an enjoyable afternoon.  Even the weather bucked up from being cloudy and misty in the morning to a glorious sunny afternoon.

On the Sunday the tour included the Zeds in the North event at the Lakeside and Haverthwaite Railway.  There we were joined at Haverthwaite Station by another half a dozen local cars joining us for the day making a display of all ages and colours of zeds including a 1958 ZB Magnette.   Most people took the opportunity to ride the train to Lakeside which was included in the tour, some also then going on the connecting steamer across the lake to Bowness.  The weather had been forecast to be wet but luckily it turned out to be sunny.  One thing that couldn’t have been better if we had tried to organise it was that the steam locomotive on duty for the day was “Victor” the ex-Longbridge shunting engine.  This was to the delight of a couple of the railway buffs on the tour who had wanted to see this particular engine for years, and those with an interest in the birthplace of our cars.

On the Monday it was time to disperse home, although some decided to head out for further photo opportunities before starting the journey back.  This was the first time the register had arranged such a tour which had been postponed from last year because of the pandemic.  Nevertheless a good time seemed to be enjoyed by all the participants and we will probably be looking to organise more in future.  Perhaps back to the Lakes as we felt we had only just scratched to surface of everything the area had to offer.  Special thanks are due to Rob Johns who stepped in as the tour organiser at short notice.

Register AGM 2021

The 2021 AGM for the MGCC ZR/ZS/ZT Register will be held at the Triumph and MG Weekend at the Three Counties Showground, Malvern on Saturday 14th August at 6:00 PM.

Apologies For Absence                                                 
Agreement of Minutes of Previous AGM  
Chairman’s Report  
Secretary’s Report  
Treasurer’s Report & Adoption of Accounts  
Regalia Report  
Events Review  
Election of Officers  
Members’ Resolutions    

Zeds in The North

ZR/ZS/ZT Register are pleased to announce that the ‘Zeds in the North’ event that was planned for September 2020 at the Lakeside Motor Museum has been rescheduled at a new venue for September 2021.

The event will now be held at the Lakeside & Haverthwaite Railway on Sunday 12th September. Details of the railway can be found here https://www.lakesiderailway.co.uk/

November Safety Fast Newsletter 2019

John Thompson  Tel: 01702 298833   johnt5@btinternet.com   www.mgcc.co.uk/zedregister


On Saturday 5th October we returned to Snetterton for the finale to the 2019 racing season.  A full report on the days racing can be found in the motorsport section of the club website.

The following day we held our second Open Day at Kimber House.  After a quiet start we had a full car park and around fifteen ZEDs by midday which was a fantastic turnout.  Some of our visitors had not been to Kimber House before and were treated to the full tour including the archive.  We would like to thank Mark Stacey from Kmaps for giving us all and excellent presentation about his career with MG Rover, his post-Longbridge work and the remapping upgrades for the K-series engine.

Some ZEDs were remapped during the afternoon and left with more performance than when they arrived!  After the day closed, we held ourAGM.

We had a number of ‘exciting announcements’ at our Open Day, these included the dates for some of the upcoming events for next year.  MG Saloon Day 2020 will take place at the British Motor Museum at Gaydon on Saturday 25th July.  We also announced our four-day road trip, ZEDs at the Lakes, which takes place in the Lake District over the weekend of 11th -14th September 2020.  This event has been jointly organised with Scenic Car Tours.  The weekend also includes our annual regional event ‘ZEDs in the North’ which takes place at the Lakeland Motor Museum  on Sunday 13th September.

We returned to the Castle Combe racing circuit on 26th October for Supercar Saturday.   All monies raised at this charity event go to the Stroke Association, which has been our charity for this year.  There will be a full report on this event in the next register update.


Our final show of the year, the Classic Motor Show at the NEC, takes place over the weekend of the 8th/9th and 10th November.  Unfortunately, we were unable to secure a stand at the show this year;  don’t let that deter you from attending!  The main club will have a stand so please go and support them.  It is an excellent show and well worth attending if you haven’t done so before.

We are currently in the process of putting together the remainder of our 2020 Events Calendar, so keep those diaries to hand for further information.  We will also announce our nominated charity for 2020 very soon.

ZED Register Supports Supercar Saturday at Castle Combe

Come and join the ZED Register at Castle Combe on Saturday 26th October for an adrenaline-fuelled day where you can be part of the action out on track, all in aid of the Stroke Association.   Take a ride with an experienced track driver in one of around 60 cars – you will be spoilt for choice.

There’s also a chance for you to go behind the wheel in the ‘Top Gear’ style slalom challenge, hosted by the Bristol Motor Club.  In the paddock you will also get the chance to see a variety of Car Clubs showing off their vehicles.

Entry and lucky dip tickets can be purchased in advance by visiting the stroke association website.  Rides start from £30 dependant on the vehicle and driver,for which you will receive 5 laps of the track!   A lucky dip ticket costs just £30 and allows you to get in the next available car.

Gates open from 9am with the first car rides at 9.30am.   Entry to the circuit is £5.00 and all proceeds are donated directly to the Stroke Association along with the drivers time and their vehicles.

The ZED Register are pleased to have supported the Stroke Association as their Charity of the Year in 2019.

October Safety Fast Newsletter 2019

John Thompson  Tel: 01702 298866    johnt5@btinternet.com  www.facebook.com/zrzsztregister


We teamed up with the MGF Register again on Sunday 18th August for Monogram Sunday which took place at Burghley House in Lincolnshire.   Fortunately, after our previous event at Shuttleworth the only rain we had was quite light and early in the morning, allowing us to enjoy a warm sunny day.   In the end around thirty cars attended our gathering in the stunning setting of the Burghley Estate.

These included some rare Monogram colours and some one-offs such as the only ZR produced in Moody Blue.  Some of our visitors took the opportunity to tour the magnificent Elizabethan House and Landscaped gardens which have been the location for many TV productions.   During the afternoon we held our ‘Show and Shine’ competition.   Judging was extremely difficult with so many stunning cars to choose from.   Congratulations to the winners and runners-up.  We’d like to thank everyone who attended as we know some of you travelled a great distance to be there.


After a relatively quiet September its back to business as we enter October.   On Saturday 5th October the final racing rounds of 2019 take place at the Snetterton circuit in Norfolk.   Please see Geoff in the Hospitality Suite if you wish take part in the lunchtime parade laps.   The following day our Open Day and AGM takes place at Kimber House.  I’m happy to announce that our guest speaker will be Mark Stacey from Kmaps.   You may recall his article in Safety Fast earlier this year.   As promised, we have a number of exciting announcements for 2020 which will be revealed on the day.   At the end of the month on 26th October, Supercar Saturday takes place at the Castle Coombe Circuit.   We are happy to support this charity with all monies raised during the day donated to the Stroke Association, who have also been our chosen charity for this year.

Additionally, we have been invited to the Lancing Motor Show which takes place on Sunday 13th October.   We will be heading to the south coast with the campaign car and outdoor kit to promote the ZEDS at this huge event which attracts over five hundred classic cars.

ZED Register prepares for exciting weekend of events

An exciting weekend of events takes place on Saturday 5th October and Sunday 6th October.  The final racing round of the MGCC Championships takes place at Snetterton on Saturday 5th, with the promise of some exciting track action at this iconic and well-loved track set in some stunning Norfolk countryside.   Members can save 20% on ticket purchases by entering code MGCC  when booking tickets at www.msv.com.

You’ll also have the chance to take part in lunchtime parade laps (subject to the racing programme running to schedule) which are provided FREE as part of your annual membership.   Geoff Hirst will be waiting to welcome you in the hospitality suite and sign you up for this great experience.   Remember to bring your driving licence!!  Complimentary refreshment is also available to members throughout the day.

On Sunday 6th, we are holding our annual open day at the club headquarters at Kimber House in Abingdon from 10.00am to 4pm.  If you have never been to the home of the MGCC, now’s the chance!!   Take a look around the house, club archive and on-site shop and enjoy refreshment and a buffet lunch.   Our speaker will be Mark Stacey from Kmaps, who will be giving a short talk on remapping your ECU.  Mark’s considerable experience in this field will ensure a very interesting talk.   There will be the opportunity to meet members of the Kimber House team and committee members from the ZED Register.

Two exciting back to back events taking place next weekend!


September Safety Fast Newsletter 2019

John Thompson 01702 298866   johnt5@btinternet.com



We returned to Donington over the weekend of July 20-21 for the next rounds of the 2019 racing championships.  We teamed up with the MGF Register and had our own area in the paddock for our gazebos and display cars

Located by the entrance, we aimed to do something eye-catching.  Although mainly dry apart from the odd shower on the Saturday, it was too windy to have the gazebos up or any material out.  We did, however, have some cars on display and our flags were flown showing people we were there.   Sunday was the busier of the two and the wind had calmed overnight.  We were able to put the gazebo up and have regalia out on sale.

Geoff coordinated the parade lap participants from the hospitality suite on both days,   Sunday being the more popular day for parade laps with those taking part enjoying the experience.

For a full report on the weekend’s racing visit the motorsport area on the Club website.   This year’s racing championship concludes at Snetterton on Saturday 5th October.


The following weekend,  MG Saloon Day took place at the Shuttleworth Museum on Sunday 28thJuly.  In a classic example of a certain law, it just goes to show that you can’t trust the British summer!  We were able to set up the afternoon before in relative dryness, however, drizzle was the order for most of the day itself.   Despite this we had around 70 cars attend, including some of the older MG saloon-types which were in total contrast to the latest MG ZS.  The forecasted weather may have deterred some from attending, but we made the point of saying ” the show will go on ” regardless!  Those hardy enthusiasts who did venture out enjoyed the day and the museum collection.

It was great to see some of our regular supporters, too.   Congratulations to the winners and runners-up of the ‘Show and Shine’ competition.   Thank you for bringing your pride and joys out on such a damp day.  In the event programme we announced exciting plans for MG Saloon Day 2020.  More information will be released in due course.

On Sunday 18th August Monogram Sunday took place at Burghley House in Lincolnshire.   There will be a full report on this event in the next Register update.



Although we take a bit of a breather during September, mention must be made of our Open Day and AGM at Kimber House on Sunday 6th October.



August Safety Fast Newsletter 2019

John Thompson  Tel: 01702 298866  johnt5@btinternet.com


After the relatively quiet month of June, July followed with two major events on consecutive weekends.  Firstly, the Donington racing rounds over the weekend of 20th/21st July closely followed by MG Saloon Day 2019 at the Shuttleworth Museum on Sunday 28th July.   Please find a full review of both these events in the next Safety Fast.


Moving into August, Monogram Sunday tales place at Burghley House on 18th August.  This event has been publicised quite heavily since the flyers and posters were released at the beginning of May.  We have jointly organised this event with the MGF Register to celebrate the Monogram range of colours which were introduced by MG Rover in 2002.

Initially twenty colour variations were available, with an additional twelve colours following in 2004.  The exterior theme was carried inside the cars too with various trim combinations and technology features creating some truly individual cars.  Between the two registers, we aim to gather a large number of cars from all models and colours to create a really colourful display.

This is a charity event with monies raised donated to The Stroke Association and the Brain Tumour Charity.  Entry into the event is only £5.00 and we have also arranged discounted entry into the house and gardens.  Burghley is one of the largest and grandest houses of the first Elizabethan age.   Visitor facilities include The Orangery Restaurant, gift shop, gardens and walks around the parkland.   The event is open to ALL MGs so come along and enjoy a day out at an exquisite country house.

At the end of the month, the racing championship continues at Oulton Park on Saturday 31st August.  Visit Geoff in the Welcome Suite to sign on for the parade laps.   These can be subject to alteration due to the racing timetable.  The parade laps are free to club members and a perk of your annual membership, so make the most of the opportunity.


Countdown Begins for MG Saloon Day at Shuttleworth

With just under a week to go before MG Saloon Day at Shuttleworth,  the ZED Register are making last minute preparations for what promises to be a great event!

Billed as a family day out, the Shuttleworth Collection at the Old Warden Aerodrome offers something for everyone, with a comprehensive display of aircraft from pre-war right up to the end of World War 2, an exquisite Swiss Garden, childrens activities and a large play area together with an appealing gift shop and cafe.

Although the event is organised by the ZED Register,  a warm welcome awaits all models of MG’s, from the earliest to the latest together with our Rover colleagues;  all our welcome to enjoy the day.  We’re delighted that Kimber House will be joining us with their Club Gazebo and Shop, and the attending registers will have their merchandise available to purchase.    Entry to MG Saloon Day is FREE and discounts are available for museum and garden entry with a voucher for a discounted meal in the cafe.

Come and join the fun at MG Saloon Day at Shuttleworth on Sunday 28th July between 10.00am and 4.00pm…….an event not to be missed!



July Safety Fast Newsletter 2019

John Thompson  Tel: 01702 298866   johnt5@btinternet.com  www.mgcc.co.uk/zedregister


Picking up from last month’s four -page newsletter, ‘ZEDs in the West’ took place on 12th May.  Around thirty ZEDs headed to the Haynes Motor Museum in Somerset, including a lovely Rover 75 and an immaculate Tomcat.  We chose a location in front of the museum in our own little piece of the main car park, enabling the public to circulate among our colourful display before heading in to the reception.   Fortunately, we were blessed with one of the warmest days of the year so far which brought the visitors out.   It was great to see so many ZEDs together and to see their owners chatting enthusiastically about their cars.

With so many cars to see in the museum, a number of attendees took the opportunity to take the guided tour, while others went around at a more leisurely pace.  Overall, we had a successful day and our third annual regional event;  we hope you had an enjoyable day.   Where are we off to for next year’s event?  Plans are already in motion.  Look out for ‘ZEDs in the ……….’!


After taking a breather during June we now enter the busy month of July.  The 2019 racing championships continue over the weekend of 20th/21st July at Donington Park.  We will be in the thick of it for both days by having our gazebo in the paddock area surrounded by the Trophy racers.  Come and visit us for the latest news and information together with our merchandise which we will have on sale.  The requested ‘inside’ ‘Save our ZEDs’ campaign stickers are now in stock priced at only £3.00.  Also visit Geoff upstairs in the Welcome Suite to sign on for the parade laps.  We aim to have them on both days, but they can be subject to alteration due to the racing timetable.  The parade laps are free to club members and a benefit of your annual membership, so make the most of the opportunity.

The following weekend MG Saloon Day takes place on Sunday 28th July.  We are returning to the Shuttleworth Museum at Old Warden;  we were last here in 2012.  The museum collection contains some very rare vintage aircraft from around the world.  Although not a flying day when we are there, there is still plenty for the whole family to see and do.  Adjacent to the collection is the Swiss Gardens which are a classic example of Regency fashion in creating landscapes in an alpine style.  Also close by is the children’s play area, restaurant and gift shop.   Admission into our event is FREE – no need to book – just arrive on the day.

We have arranged a discounted entry rate into the collection and Swiss Gardens, and have also arranged a voucher for use in the restaurant.   MG Saloon Day in recent times has become a haven for ZEDs, MG6s & MG3s, but everyone is welcome.   We would like to extend the welcome to the owners of the older MG saloon cars and try to capture the spirit of the event from years past.  The owners of the latest SUV models are very welcome too of course.


MG Car Club open the doors of Kimber House!

For those ZED members who want a sneak preview of Kimber House before the ZED Open Day in October, you now have the chance!

The Club are throwing open the doors to Kimber House for all to come and have a look around!  You can explore the on-site museum, visit the archive and stop by the club shop, and then maybe depart on some of the factory test routes starting right from the front door

FREE Tickets are available for Saturday 15th June and Sunday 16th June from 10.30am to 4pm each day.    Use the following link in your browser to register for the event   https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/mg-car-club-kimber-house-open-weekend-tickets-61633683005

Explore, Discover and Experience at Haynes Motor Museum

The ZED Register welcomes all MG Owners to ZEDs in the West at Haynes Motor Museum on Sunday 12th May.

The International Motor Museum, located near Yeovil in Somerset, offers an amazing day out for all the family and we’re delighted to be hosting this event at one of the premier motor museum’s in the country.

Visitors can benefit from parking in front of the museum, discounted group entry rate along with a guided tour of the museum and the opportunity to sample the reasonably priced refreshment in the 750 Cafe together with browsing the well-stocked gift shop for that special momento of the visit.

The event runs from 10.00am to 4pm and parking is on a first come – first served basis.    All are welcome, regardless of what model of MG you drive.   We’re looking forward to seeing you on the day.

May Safety Fast Newsletter 2019

John Thompson  Tel: 07854 275541      johnt5@btinternet.com


March and April always seem to be busy months and there is much to write about.  We begin back at the NEC over the weekend of 22nd -24th March for the Practical Classics Classic Car and Restoration Show.

Returning to the show for our third year, we aimed to ‘raise the bar’ higher again this year by building on the experience gained last year.  All the preparations and behind-the -scenes work paid off and we had a very successful and enjoyable weekend.  We had all three ZED variants on display;  the club’s silver ZR 160 Express Van which contrasted with the Trophy Yellow of our campaign car.  Completing the trio was Tony Cotter’s Roush super-charged ZT 385 in Trophy Blue – many thanks Tony.

All three cars pulled in an admiring audience and certainly contributed to the overall success of the weekend.  Having all three variants of ZEDs on display was brilliant, especially Tony’s ZT V8 as it showed ‘what could have been’ had MG Rover survived longer.  The reception the ZEDs receive in their home city is fantastic and it’s great to meet people who have worked at Longbridge or who worked on the ZED production line.   Several new members joined the club with ZEDs over the weekend – welcome to you all.

The weekend also marked the official public launch of the ‘Save our ZEDs’ campaign.  We were inundated with compliments and queries about how the campaign works which was great.  Our campaign car also helped raise money for our charity of the year, The Stroke Association.  Thanks to everyone who guessed the number of balloons!

On Saturday 12th April we returned to Birmingham for the annual Pride of Longbridge gathering.   Our eyes were fixed on the weather forecast on the days prior to the event but fortunately this year it was dry and we were able to access Cofton Park.

The day dawned bright but very cold, but despite this we had an excellent day.   Walking around the park it was great to see such a mix of vehicles which were built just across the road.  Sadly, the plant is now a shadow of its former self.  With the huge number of ZEDs present we took the opportunity to promote the register and give our ‘Save our ZEDs’ campaign a really big push.   It was great to meet so many people who are enthusiastic about their ZEDs and want to keep them alive.

Towards the end of April was the second race meeting of the year, held at Brands Hatch over the weekend of the 27th/28th April.   There will be a full account of the meeting in the next update.


‘ZEDs in the West’ is now only a few weeks away but there is still time to book if you fancy an exciting day out in the west at Haynes Motor Museum.  If you are planning to attend please contact either myself or Paul Money so we can take your details and direct you into position on the day.  Paul can be contacted on paulmoneymg@gmail.com



The MG Car Club returns to Brands Hatch this weekend for a packed two-day schedule of racing with a wealth of machinery competing across the Saturday and Sunday.

The MG Trophy races will take to the famous circuit on the Saturday with a range of purpose-built MG ZR vehicles going wheel-to-wheel on slick tyres.   These popular yet affordable vehicles ensure busy grids in each round with young guns and seasoned competitors frequenting the championship.

Another series is the MG Cup for all MG models plus selected Rover models, so expect to see a range of models from MG ZR to classic MG Midgets.     The Triple-M’s will be racing along with the BCV8 Championship, MG Midget/Sprite Challenge, Equipe, GTS, HSCC Classic Clubmans and the Morgan Challenge.

The ZED Register will be at the circuit to welcome members on the SATURDAY ONLY, however all are welcome to soak up the atmosphere at this great circuit for the whole weekend, and take in the unrivalled views of the action from various vantage points around the circuit.

April Safety Fast Newsletter 2019

John Thompson   Tel: 07584 275541      johnt5@btinternet.com


Our first ‘big’ event of the year is just over a week away while i write these notes.  We are looking forward to returning to the Practical Classics Classic Car and Restoration Show for a third year.  There has been a lot of local interest in our cars in previous years from people who either worked at Longbridge or who had owned a ZED at some time.

This makes an ideal location to officially launch and promote our ‘Save our ZED’s’ campaign.  The following Saturday 30th March, we head for Silverstone for the first racing round of the new year.   After a close finish in the Trophy Championship at Snetterton last year, how will this season begin?  It’s looking to be another large grid of ZRs this year.   Further ZED action can be seen in the Cockshoot Cup and Peter Best Insurance Challenge.

We will be organising the lunchtime parade laps as usual -so please find Geoff to sign on for this unique opportunity to view the track from the drivers-eye view.  Please bring your membership cards with you as membership numbers will be recorded on the forms.  There will be a full account of both these events in the next update.


Later this month we return to Birmingham for the annual Pride of Longbridge gathering on Saturday 13th April.  There has been a lot of interest in this event on social media over the last couple of months and the turn-out is expected to be massive again.  Bearing that in mind we advise arriving early as there will be a queue to get in.  We will be sharing an area with the main club where we aim to have our Campaign Car and ZR Express Van on display.  Our new feather-flags are huge so hopefully we will be easy to spot on the field.   At the end of the month we return to Brands Hatch racing circuit in Kent for a full weekend of racing action.

Mention should also be made to our upcoming regional event, ‘ZEDs in the West’ which is taking place at the Haynes Motor Museum in Somerset on Sunday 12th May.   Please see the advert for this event elsewhere in Safety Fast!  For further information visit our website or facebook page.

If you have recently joined the Register or have changed your ZED over the winter then please contact our Registrar Paul Money at the following: paulmoneymg@gmail.com. We are currently in the process of updating our database.  We’d also like to welcome all the new members who have joined us recently.  We also have the build-data for the entire run of ZEDs.  If you would like to know more about your ZED, then contact myself or Paul.  Please use your membership number in all correspondence.








The MG Car Club is devastated to announce that the decision has been made to rest MG Live! for 2019, and refocus efforts into a new format International MG meeting for 2020.

Last month, Silverstone Circuits Limited made a decision to carry out essential track maintenance during June 2019, meaning that MG Live! wasn’t able to take place at the venue on the selected dates, leaving the club without a venue or date for MG Live! 2019.

MG Live! is a meeting steeped in history with an event being held every summer for the past 68 years.  Given this history, the Club has been exploring options to move the event to a new location, and/or date for 2019.

After extensive research into new locations and/or dates,  it has sadly become clear that there are no feasible options to host an event this summer and the decision has been made to rest MG Live! for 2019 as a final resort.

All ticket holders for 2019 will be contacted directly by the Club and issued full refunds automatically before the 15th April 2019.

The Club are planning to regroup and refocus efforts for 2020 into a new format International MG meeting, keeping the best elements of MG Live! but bringing in some fresh, new ideas to widen the event’s appeal.

The Full statement from the MG Car Club is available at www.mgcc.co.uk/important-mglive-announcement-monday-1st-april-2019/ and more information will be available on the club’s social media channels.