The Potteries and South Cheshire branch of the MG Owners Club
First things first, I would like to wish all old friends, fellow MG enthusiasts and readers of this column a very Happy New MGing Year.
November was quiet for us by comparison, 40 of us went and had a very pleasant and filling meal at the Spot Gate, a local hostelry that has the peculiarity for the dining area of 2 British Rail restaurant cars, minus of course the motion, alleviating the “miss your mouth” scenario, the other items missing of course, were the steamer sound and the unforgettable experience of chewing soot !!
Some of the members also went to the NEC for the Classic Car Show, it was quite busy on the Saturday, but I understand that the Sunday was quiet, perhaps it is turning into an expensive day out – as good and great as it is.
The Steering Group have gathered and discussed the 2020 events list, still supporting the popular events, the poorly supported events are ousted and replaced with some new shows and exciting outings, hopefully for us all to enjoy.
Our ever popular Charity Road Run will be taking place again in 2020 on the first Sunday in September (6th) book your place now to make sure you don’t miss out, forms are available via our website.
Any MG is welcome at this club, new or old, and if you enjoy your MG and want to have some fun, make a date to come and meet us all, either at a show or at our club night – we are a friendly group who enjoy having some fun with our cars.
If you like what you are reading here – why not browse our website and read more about the events we have enjoyed in 2019 (major update coming soon) and 2018 – plenty of photographs as well.