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We organise a variety of club activities, obviously centring around the use and enjoyment of our MGs. Our members have cars representing most periods of MG production from T-types, MGAs, MGBs through to the last MG Rover models, the modern MGF and MG TF. One of our members has a turbo-charged MGB GT, an interesting modification which he carried out himself many years ago; another, who is the proud owner of a very smart MGC GT (see below), started his business career in 1967 as a Student Apprentice at Jaguar Cars' Browns Lane factory in Coventry.
New members to the Club are always welcome. Why not join us? It would be great to see you!
Our Year Book, Highland Motoring, is e-mailed out to members towards the end of each year.
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We have regular club runs throughout the Spring, Summer and early Autumn. These take us to all parts of the Highlands, north, south, east and west. Trips to date have included a visit to Applecross via the famous Bealach na Ba (Pass of the Cattle), the highest road in Britain, a circumnavigation of the Cairngorms, Sunday lunches in Gairloch, Lossiemouth, Kinlochewe and Aviemore, to name but a few. The photo below shows a group of members at the car park to the Neil Gunn memorial at Strathpeffer, on part of a Club run around the Black Isle.
Another stop was made at the Neil Gunn memorial in September 2019 when we had a very enjoyable and fairly informal outing for lunch at the excellent Highland Farm Café near Dingwall.
We also participate in "Drive It Day" each April - the photo below was taken in Drumnadrochit on Drive It Day 2013 when the run encompassed a circumnavigation of Loch Ness.
Here are some more members' vehicles participating in Drive It Day in April 2019.
Other Club activities include participating in classic car shows and rallies such as the Tain Show which takes place each June and also the "Gathering of the Clans" event at Doune each September, organised by our colleagues at Tayside and Kingdom branches of the MG Owners' Club. The following 4 photos show some of the MGs at the "Gathering of the Clans" in 2016.
The photo above shows a 1952 MG TD in the foreground. Below is a view of the interior and dashboard.
Produced for a relatively short period between 1953 and 1955, the successor to the TD was the MG TF of which we see an example below.
Note the octagonal instrument dials on the MG TF!
Below we have some photos from the Tain Vintage & Classic Vehicle Rally, firstly in June 2016, starting with a parade of MGs!
Here are two more photos from the Tain Vintage & Classic Vehicle Rally, this time in June 2019.
In July 2019 we had a day trip to Sleat on the Isle of Skye. We all met up at the parking area opposite the old toll booth (now defunct) on the approach to the Skye Bridge where our collection of MGs attracted quite a bit of interest from passing motorists, several of whom stopped to take photos.
During 2019, a day trip was arranged in August to the Macallan Distillery. Here we see members' cars assembled in front of Easter Elchies House.
In addition to Club runs, we also organise weekend trips, these having included stays in Skye, Ardnamurchan, Braemar and Blair Atholl, to name but a few.
In May 2016, an intrepid band of Club members set off on a 4-day trip around the North Coast 500 route, travelling anti-clockwise up the "right-hand side" to John O' Groats (see below), across the top to Durness, and then back down the "left-hand side" via Ullapool and Gairloch.
In April 2019, we had a trip to Killin in Perthshire. The photo below shows members' cars parked at Fortingall.
New members to the Club are always welcome. Why not join us and have some MG fun? It would be great to see you!
If you would like to see more detailed information of the way the Club operates, please view our Constitution.