MG Owners Club – was formed in 1973 to serve the growing needs of MG owners. For nearly 50 years the MG Owners Club has concentrated on making it easier, cheaper and more enjoyable to own an MG.
The Early MG Society – was founded in 1992 as an independent organisation providing information, support, historical and technical data for those with an interest in the M.G. 11.9 HP, 14 HP and 18 HP cars produced from 1923 to 1933, which the Society defines as “Early M.G.s”.
The MG Car Club – was formed in 1930 at the famous MG works in Abingdon. Today, the club is based at Kimber House in the shadow of the former factory and caters for all MGs and their owners.
MG T Society – offers membership to those interested in the MG T-Series cars produced between 1936 and 1955.
MG Octagon Car Club – This specialist car club which caters specifically for pre 1956 MGs. The club now has around 2000 members spread all over the world.
Prostate Cancer UK – Prostate Cancer UK’s top priority is funding research to stop prostate cancer killing men. they are investing millions to find better treatments and better tests that can spot fast-growing cancers early, and could be used in a screening programme to save thousands of lives.
Air Ambulances UK – Air Ambulances UK is the national organisation championing, supporting and representing the lifesaving work of the UK’s 21 air ambulance charities.
Sporting Bears Motor Club – The “Bears”, as they are affectionately known, are a dedicated group of classic car and sports car enthusiasts with the primary aim – to raise money for children’s charities through our own social, dream rides and touring events, and to support other charitable events.
Accommodation and Camping
For those wishing to camp there are no camping facilities on site at the museum for the event. However, while not exhaustive, Please click here for a downloadable list of contacts for some local campsites.