Hello and welcome to the website of East Sussex MGOC, the local Club for MG car owners and enthusiasts.

We meet on the second Tuesday of every month at the Wellshurst Golf Club, Horam, with the meetings scheduled to commence at 8pm.

The Club has a registered membership in excess of 150 and average monthly attendances of 60 plus.

We try to arrange at least one Club Event each month and attend many of the National and other Area Events including, if possible, at least one Club organised Weekend Break and overseas trip per year.

A monthly magazine "Update" is published by the Club and is distributed at the monthly meetings or can, for those who find it difficult to attend, be dispatched by post at a cost of £8 per year. This keeps the membership fully informed of the Club activities and any additional items which may be considered of interest.

The Club has a strong social bias and endeavours to maintain a friendly approach to new and existing members.

It is the aim of the Secretary and the Committee to further promote the Club in the area and to ensure that all members enjoy the Club activities in which they take part.

We regularly have in excess of 30 MGs at our monthly meetings, and the current record is 40. Any MG owner in the area is very welcome to join us at one of our monthly meetings and, who knows, maybe if you join we'll make it 50 cars one day !

For more details, email us or contact our Area Secretary, Tony Bye, (byeandbye@btinternet.com)

Download your Pride of Ownership Form here

Click here to find a Free Pride of Ownership form to display at meetings. Show this form prominently in your windscreen at our monthly gatherings in order to qualify for the Pride of Ownership Cup. Just click on this link and you can either open it and print it, or save it and print it. Fill in the details and maybe you will Win the Cup !

And, talking of numbers, about 125 MGs turned up at Herstmonceux Castle a few years ago for a very special East Sussex MG Club event, when we were fortunate enough to be invited to visit the magnificent property and hold an MG 'gathering'. Cars came from all over Kent, Surrey and Sussex and the weather was kind to us.

This picture was taken from high on the battlements and shows some of the cars displayed in front of the castle. If you had been down there looking back up, you would have seen the East Sussex MG Club flag flying proudly from the highest tower. Many thanks to all those who came along, the members who helped to organise the event, and to our hosts - the International Study Centre. It was expected to be a rare 'one-off' event, but was so successful we might try and do it again some time....


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