The morning was bright and cloudless when Simon and I arrived at the Severn View Services on the Morning of the run. Simon and I had driven the route on the May bank holiday Monday and then published in on the website on Tuesday. I then received and email from David Bennett (who was thinking
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A few photos courtesy of Victoria Jones and Jim Lott
It might have been blowing a gale with the odd shower of rain and even a brief spell of hail but that didn’t stop everyone who came along from enjoying sliding around the four tests of MGs on Grass 1
Hot on the heels of the Kimber Classic Trial comes the SW Centre’s next event – MGs on Grass 1 MGoG is as grassroots motorsport as you can get. All you need is your MG and MGCC membership card. We supply the grass and a great day out. Including a chance to get to know
Bristol Motor Club would like to invite you to join us again at Castle Combe Race Circuit, for our Classic and Performance Parade. We will be holding this on Sunday 28th July. Over the years this event has attracted more and more enthusiasts so we are hoping that this year will be no exception. As
The Autumn Social Run is scheduled for the 22nd September 2019. Details to be advised.
Our annual trip to this stunning venue will be on Saturday 14th September 2019. The Standing Orders and Entry Form are now available to download. PDF version MGCC_Wiscombe_Hill_Climb_2019_SRs_&_Entry_Form Editable Word version MGCC_Wiscombe_Hill_Climb_2019_Entry_Form
This event will be held on Sunday 13th October at Pagans Hill Farm. Details and Entry form will be available shortly.
Once again Dave Coppock will be organising the event at Claverham Court Farm, Claverham near Bristol on Sunday 28th July 2019. The event will be run as 2 separate events; an Autotest (minimum age 16 and no passengers) and a Production Car Autotest (minimum age 14 and compulsory passenger) allowing younger members the opportunity to
MGCC SW Centre Summer Picnic 2019 10.00am Sunday June 9th Avon Valley Railway, Bitton (BS30 6HD) (Just off the Bristol to Bath Road, A431) www.avonvalleyrailway.org There is a small picnic area and tables on the platform. Better still have something from the cafe in an actual carriage, open from 10.00am. A very good lunch can