Welcome to the Aberdeen MG Owners' Club website
The club is an informal gathering place for MG car enthusiasts. Whether you own an MG — a new or old model — or are thinking of buying one, or are merely interested in the marque, you will fit in perfectly.
By gathering regularly, we have an opportunity to swap technical information (and anecdotes!), appreciate each other's cars and, above all make new friends.
We normally meet regularly on the second Thursday of each month at 7.30 p.m. in Kippie Lodge, Peterculter (but please check the events list for exceptions). During the colder months of the year we do a lot of technical nattering, though we also devote one of the regular meetings to a Quiz Night and another to a Christmas Dinner. In the spring and summer we have short and longer-distance runs in our cars, including joining as a group in events and rallies not organized by ourselves. Do feel free to come to a meeting without obligation; you'll find a warm welcome waiting for you.
Our own major annual event is the club's show and prize day at Drum Castle. This year's Drum Show took place on Sunday August 4th, with generous support from Mackie Motors MG, Brechin, who displayed three cars from the current MG range. As in previous years, the display of MG cars of all vintages was accompanied by jazz music sung by Cindy Douglas and her backing trio. A variety of displays from charities and car care companies was present, also this year's racing car from the Aberdeen University TAU Racing Team.*
Aerial view of the south lawn at Drum with 58 MG cars of all ages on display.
*We enjoy a very warm relationship with Team Aberdeen University racing. Not only have they brought their latest car for display at our Drum Event for the past six years, in March this year they gave us another presentation on all aspects of their work designing, building and racing the cars. You can learn more on the TAU Facebook page.
Next club meeting
Talk by Ken London, who is an Instructor with IAM Road Smart, (part of the Institute of Advanced Motorists) to give us a presentation all about IAM and how to improve your driving.
Thursday, October 10th, 7.30 p.m., Collection Centre at the Grampian Transport Museum, Alford. Entrance will be through Gate 6 which is off Stewart Road in Alford.
Please inform the Club Secretary, Martyn Jeffery, if you wish to come. (Numbers attending are necessary for refreshment provision. It is possible that a small charge will be made at the door to offset the cost of refreshments.
What's new? [last updated eptember 10th, 2019]
Photo Gallery from Drum Castle Show, 2019. Click here.
MG TF interior for sale. Click here.
Photos from Solstice Run added to Gallery. Click here.
2019 events list revised and updated. Click here.