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Welcome to Gloucestershire MG Owners Club.


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Its the cars that bring us together.

Its the friendship that keeps us together.


Gloucestershire MG Owners Club is a small band of enthusiasts who love anything MG. We are a friendly club that enjoys its social events. We always have at least one evening run in the summer months as well as many other social events.

We meet every second Thursday of the month at the Gala Club in Gloucester with meetings starting at 8:00pm.



At the September meeting we presented a Cheque for over £5000 to our 2016 charity, Gloucestershire Young Carers.

Our thanks to all those involved in planning, helping on the day and in any other way.

Many thanks





What Sort of Social events do we have?

To check out the sort of things we have done in the past please check out our Past Events Page

This page will give you a good idea of what we do and what we are like!


Upcoming Events in this Month

For details see our Diary Page

Our Latest Write ups

Purton Hulks 2016

Gethins 2016 Abingdon trip 

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Caption Competition

One more caption competition - Win a bottle of wine!!

Email me with your suggestions. Also, please email me with photos we can use for the competition

Our Previous Caption competitions can been seen here


Ere Pete, is that you?

Pete listens to the applause after his appearance an the Antiques Road Show

Well you told me to take your best side!
I dont understand, one minute he's looking at me then the streaker appears

Looks like Pete has already leant his ear to friends, MG owners and his countrymen!!

Ear ear I agree, a classic ear if I saw one.

It's all too earie for me!

""I can't get the hang of these selfies ! Perhaps if I bought one of those new fangled sticks".

Any ideas????


Can anyone come up with any photos which we could use in a caption competition


Email me if you can come up with anything at my email

Should you like to contact us with any general question about the club please email


Our Latest Newsletter

September 2016 Newsletter No 94

The September meeting was the presentation of the Caper cheque to the Gloucester Young Carers and Jane had brought along sisters, Pip and Catlin to receive it on behalf of all young carers.   They had enjoyed their day with us in July where they had stood on the start line and flagged off all the cars..   The girls  thanked us for choosing GYC as our Charity and said that the amount we had given them would support one group of 20 young carers for one year.

A few photographs were taken with Brian handing over the cheque.

Brian had a copy of the August issue of Classic Monthly in which there was an article on  the resurrection of an MGB by Phil Gundy who is one of our new Members.  He suggested that it might be of interest and if any of the Members wished to read it they could take the magazine home and return it at the October meeting. 

Brian thanked Trev for organising the visit to Brooklands Museum and suggested that Members put it on their list of things to do as it was a very interesting place.  The Sultan of Oman's personal VC10 was there with many other aircraft, London Transport Museum and of course the Brooklands Museum, three things for the price of one.

On Laurence's behalf Adrian asked if there was anyone else interested in the September Purton Hulk visit with Sunday lunch afterward.

Adrian went through the diary listings for 2017 in the hope that Members would volunteer to organise the Sunday lunches and evening runs.  More than  half of the year was sorted.

Andy Jarrett's run on the 27th September would start from the Fromebidge Mill Whitminster with the first car away at 6pm owing to the darkening of the nights. 

The Club would be having a social event on the 16th October which would be free to Members.  Keith had arranged a short run from Painswick Car Park at 11.15am with the finish in a field near his home where there would be a marquee.  Wendy would provide the food and soft drinks,  but should anyone require beer, wine etc then they would need to provide it themselves.

Two charities were put forward for the 2017 Caper with Teresa giving outline details of the Butterfly Garden in Cheltenham and Sue reading details of the Willow Trust based in Saul on behalf of Laurence who was absent from the meeting.  The voting was very close and after a lot of discussion it was decided to defer the decision until the October meeting as we were thin on ground with a lot of the stalwart Members away. 
 Adrian was asked if he would put the two proposals on the web site so that Members could look and digest in the comfort of their own home.

Trev was asked to comment on the 2017 Caper and he stated the organisation would start in October.   Adrian said that we already had 4 entries.

Jane had passed around the invites for the Xmas bash with Members being asked to keep the date free and that Dave and Liz would be taking numbers at the next meeting, they would also have the menu choice.

Geoff  asked if any Members would be interested in doing the Llandudno run which would take place on the 20th August 2017.   He and Mandy had found a very nice hotel to stay in and there were 9 rooms available at £78.00 per room per night .  Several hands went up so Geoff will go ahead and book.

The Caption Contest was won not by Gethin or Brian but by Keith and he was presented with a bottle of wine by Adrian.

Gethin and Jan had collected the 5 Club Pennants which had been made up by a friend of theirs.  Brian asked that the lady be thanked for the excellent job she had done, in fact they were far superior to the originals.

There were two special occasions happening in September, Tony would be 80, which is hard to believe, and Janet and John were celebrating their Golden Wedding.  We sang 'happy birthday' for the benefit of Tony and Adrian made the comment that there should be no bumps as his back would give out.

We were to have a quiz by Keith after the raffle, but due to the low attendance it was decided to keep the quiz for another time.




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