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The only organisation catering solely for Vintage MG models, namely:MG 14/28, MG 14/40, MG 18/80 and MG 18/100(Tigress). The Early MG Society has approximately 65 members worlwide, publishes a quality Magazine twice yearly and normally holds two main gatherings each year in the UK. Web site: www.earlymgsociety.co.uk
The Specialist Club fro Pre 1956 MG's
The Midget & Sprite Club
The only club in the Unitied Kingdom exclusively dedicated to the smallest and most fun of British sportscars - the MG Midget & the Austin Healey Sprite!
For further information and to join online please click here.
This is THE club for MG Metro, Maestro & Montego enthusiasts. Membership card, screen sticker, quarterly newsletter, discount offers, free technical advice and much, much more. When applying for a membership form please enclose a large stamped SAE.
Abingdon ~ the Spiritual Home of MG
The Arden MG Club was founded in September 1989 when a group of six MG enthusiasts met for the first time at the Golden Cross, Ardens Grafton, near Stratford-upon-Avon.
Since then, the Club has met every first Tuesday of the month and the membership has grown to some 100 members. The meetings are informal, along the lines of a ”Noggin and Natter.” There is no membership fee and the funds to cover the running costs are raised by a monthly raffle. The Club is affiliated to the MG Car Club Midland Centre and the MG Owners Club. Owners of pre 1956 cars, the Arden Octagon Group, meet on the last Tuesday of every month at the Blue Boar, Temple Grafton. 1993 saw the first Arden MG Club Heritage Run. It was the first Classic Car Run to visit the Heritage Motor Museum taking place the day after it was officially opened. 200 MG Cars left Stratford-upon-Avon, traveling through the lanes of Warwickshire on a journey of about 60 miles before arriving at the museum. Because of the success of the first Heritage Run, it has become an annual event with entries coming from all parts of the country. The number of cars participating range from 150 to 200 each year.
We are a friendly group of people, sharing a mutual interest in MG Cars, who meet together for fun and friendship. We are a thriving club of over 100 members from all areas of Kent, which has been established for over 25 years. We hold regular monthly meetings, as well as attending numerous events throughout the summer.
Our enthusiastic members enjoy a variety of activities including rallies, in the UK and abroad, road runs, bowling, darts nights or just getting together to enjoy themselves.
Whether you are male or female, young or old, join us and make new friends, enjoy social evenings and a range of events through the summer months. Don't be shy; come as a couple or on your own.
We meet 2nd tuesday each month at the HALFWAY HOUSE, Challock on the A251 between Faversham & Ashford
We meet 2nd and 4th Wednesday in the month at the:-
We met the 1st Monday of every month, 8pm The Qeens Hotel, Bradley Fold, Little Lever, Nr. Bolton. ALL MG's welcome old or new and any Classic Auto. 2 wheels or more or tracks are very welcome.
Bridgend MG Owners Club is a well established, friendly and welcoming club, whose members share an interest in owning, driving and promoting MG cars of every era. We are an affiliated group (0404) of the MG Owners Club. We currently have 60 members, mainly from South Wales, who enjoy a varied programme of classic car shows, runs, social and fund-raising events. Bridgend MG Owners Club meets on the second Wednesday of each month from 8pm at Bryngarw House & Country Park, Brynmenyn, Bridgend CF32 8UU. New members are very welcome.
CLUB NIGHTS are held on the 2nd Wednesday of every month except December, at Nailsea & Backwell Rugby Club HQ at 8pm (North Street, Nailsea, BS48 4BS)
Regular Sunday Lunch Runs
Annual Brunel Run - Weekend Charity Event - September
See www.bamgoc.co.uk for more details
Founded in 1988, now with over 50 members covering East Anglia. Any age of car welcome, we meet at The Bridge Inn, Acle the first weds of the month. Each year we run The Heritage Run in aid of charites.
Meetings at the Old Stone Trough, Kelbrook at 8.00pm on the third Tuesday each month.
Club meetings at The Brown Cow, Burrs Country Park, Woodhill Road, Bury on the second Tuesday of each month at 8pm.
Club runs on the fourth Sunday of each month, meeting at The Garsdale pub on Woodhill Road at 10.30am please see our website for further details and updated information.
Meetings 1st Monday each month at the Lion and Lamb, Milton, at 8 PM. Please check website for second meeting in the month (usually held on the third Monday of the month).
A club for all things MG Magnette Farina
I'm looking to start a club ib Central London for owners of MGB's and Midgets for regular ge togethers and runs. Promises to be good fun so please drop me a line if you are interested...
We are a small club which discuss online MG matters, new members welcome - all members receive:
- 4 Quarterly 'MG Owner' Magazines
- 10% off any parts for your car from a well known MG Specialist.
- Windscreen Sticker
- Membership Card
- Discount off several Car shows
- 2 Free advert for your car or parts in our magazine
We meet first Tuesday of the month at the Crown Inn Llay (see website for maps how to get there) Meeting start about 8pm.
We meet at The Winterton Arms, Crockerhill, West Sussex on the first Tuesday of the month at 8.00 p.m.
We are a very active, social club with many regular events.
Meet 1st Thursday of every month at :
Dick Turpin pub, A127, near Wickford,Essex - 8pm onwards
Social bias with guest speakers. Non profit, non payment club. Run by MGF owners for MGF owners.
Hi and welcome, we are a very fun and friendly club and we meet every 3rd Friday of the month at the Inn For All Season`s (on the old Redruth bypass) Treleigh, REDRUTH from 8.00pm.
So why not pop along and start having fun.
Meetings Held At: Standard Triumph Social Club, Tile Hill Lane, Canley, Coventry. CV4 9DG 3rd Thursday monthly at 8.00pm. (Please telephone to confirm meeting venue as there are about four occasions during the year when we move to other venues for specific events).
The club was formed some twenty one years ago by about a dozen enthusiasts, many of whom are still members. Since then the club has grown steadily to a membership of some forty (membership being couples or individuals) which means that we have over sixty people and forty five cars ranging from MGA to MGTF, Z series via B's and C's.
As a club our philosophy is "Enjoy using your MG" although there are plenty in the club with technical and mechanical expertise should advice be needed. Our main interests are social activities involving the use of our cars as often as possible. However in winter months we tend towards pub games, quizzes, skittles and so on rather than venture out in the cold and wet, though some members do use their cars as daily drivers.
Our programme for the year is set at the AGM in January and apart from the usual monthly meetings we list about twenty events in which we hope to participate and others are added as the year progresses. Events vary from Classic Car Shows, weekends away at various club runs, a Treasure Hunt, exploration of the local countryside by car and on foot,our annual holiday to France and other occasional trips abroad to European events. No one goes to everything, but there is a good selection to choose from and other members to go with.
During the summer months a 'Pub Run' is organised for the first Thursday in the month and we drive a reasonable distance to a variety of interesting hostelries, usually situated in scenic locations, for a pub meal.
We pride ourselves on being a friendly club and make all visitors welcome. If you live in the Coventry and Warwick area why not drop in to see us some time.
This club would be useful to MGers living in the Dartford area. It meets in a pub called the Ship at Green Street Green near Longfield in Kent. It is not a bad area and the pub offers ample safe parking. It is a far cry from the Dartford one expects.
The club members are a friendly bunch and do a number of events. Many are very knowledgeable on rebuilds and will always have a look and will always have something to say. Give it a go!
CLUB MEETINGS 1ST & 3RD MONDAYS OF THE MONTH
The Durham MG Owners Club meets on the second Wednesday of each month at the Travellers Rest, Witton Gilbert, 2 miles north-west of Durham City on the A691. There is safe car parking, a wide selection of Fine Ales and Non-Alcoholic Beverages together with Bar/Restaurant Meals. Anyone interested will be made most welcome. For further information ring 01913868239 to contact the Regional Secretary, Derek Pickering.
The Club meets on the second Tuesday of each month at the Wellshurst Golf Club, North St. (A267), Hellingly
We meet on the first Wednesday of every month at 8 p.m. So come along and join us all at the London Fire Brigade's Ewell Sports and Social Club, Banstead Road, Ewell, Surrey (if you have a Surrey Street Atlas, the entrance is on the right less than 20 yards after you turn into Banstead Road from Cheam Road A232). We have our own meeting room on the ground floor and the bar has everything you could possibly need at very reasonable prices.
Our monthly meetings are well attended social occasions with over 100 regular faces, and we are delighted to welcome new faces each month. We try to organize a wide variety of events to suit all tastes right through the year. Whatever your interests, we can promise you something of interest at the Epsom Area MGOC.
To find out more, why not visit our web site at:- http://members.aol.com/epsommg/
Alternatively come along and meet us at the premier Southern National Event, Surrey'99, which we are proud to organise for the 15th year at the Leatherhead Leisure Centre 16th - 18th July.
Club meetings 1st Thursday every month at:
Plough & Sail Public House on A130 Southend Road nr East Hanningfield Essex
(About 3 miles from A12 junction)
The Exeter Area MG Owners Club has now been in existence for 19 years and is the premier club for MG owners in Exeter, Torbay, South and East Devon. We cater for all MG models including the new MGF.
Meetings are held on the third Tuesday of the month at The Stowey Arms, Exminster where we have a large private room for our meetings. The pub has a sizeable car park and grassed area for evening meetings in the summer months. Although a car club we do not talk exclusively about MGs and we think of ourselves more as a social club with MGs as a common thread. At each monthly meeting we have a raffle and usually some games or a guest speaker.
There is usually a Sunday lunch outing once a month to a different part of the county and we also have a couple of treasure hunts throughout the year when you can pit your wits against the twisted minds of those setting the clues.
There are many other activities including trips to classic car shows, visits to places of interest, ten pin bowling, motorsports etc. you name it or suggest it and we will do it. We also hold an annual rally during the first weekend in July consisting of a whole weekend's activities including a scenic run, BBQs, games and concours competition. The River Dart Rally now justifably has the reputation as one of the best MG weekends there is.
In addition a group takes an annual touring holiday in France camping in a different region each year enjoying the French way of life and helping to drain the European wine lake.
If you would like to know more about Exeter Area MGOC please phone Tim Hipwell on 01884 38343 or come to one of our monthly meetings at The Stowey Arms where you will receive a very warm welcome.
Regular monthly meetings and many events both summer and winter. A friendly club.
We meet on the last Monday of the month at La Fontaine Inn, St Clair Hill, St Sampsons. We are a reformed Club and are eager to meet new MG owners of vintage to modern cars.
Meetings 2nd Thursday in the month
Meeting and Run 2nd Sunday of the month at 10:30 Holme Grown, La Rue Au Long, Jersey JE3 9SH also last Wednesday 10:30 coffee morning at Cafe Ouen, Rue Du La Porte, St Ouen, Jersey JE3 2BN new members and visitors welcome
Visit our web site at www.kingdommg.co.uk We hold monthly meetings at The Lomond Hills Hotel, Freuchie Fife at 8.00pm on the first Wednesday of each month. and we have regular runs and shows throughout the summer.
Meetings on the second Monday of each Month at the Mexborogh Pub Thorner Leeds at 8pm
The club has two of its own shows a year but attends many more. plus runs out every month. Yorksire day we have a Yorkshire Pudding run open to none club members from all over the country.
Regular meetings are held at Colwyn Bay Cricket Club in Rhos-on-Sea every 3rd Wednesday of the month.
The main event is the Snowdon Charity Run held on the 3rd Sunday of August.
The L&DMGOC was founded in 1985. We are a fairly small club averaging a membership of around 25 to 30. We meet on the first Tuesday of the month at the George Hotel in Silsoe and on the third Tuesday of the month at a pub chosen by one of our members. Our annual events normally include a barbecue, fireworks night, club holiday (this year it's the Jersey Spring Rally), bowling evening, flying display, seaside run, Christmas Meal (including prize giving and raffle) as well as attending some of the major club rallies, race meetings and spares days. If this sounds like your cup of tea, please come and see us. You'll be very welcome!
The Club meets on the 2nd Thursday of each month at the "Coach and Horses" at Maghull. New Members are always welcome. We are a new club run by the members for the members.
The SE Centre covers, Surrey, E & W. Sussex, Kent and Greater London. Monthly meetings are held throughout the area and all MG enthusiasts are welcome to attend. In addition we organise activities for members to take part in and meet fellow enthusiasts.
MGF Scotland have been meeting since Jul 97 (originally met via the MGF BBS)
Four organised MGF events will be held each year. Plus occasional meets at Knockhill etc.
The summer event will being a stop-over.
The Midget &
The only club in the Unitied Kingdom exclusively dedicated to the smallest and most fun of British sportscars - the MG Midget & the Austin Healey Sprite!
For further information and to join online please click here.
We meet at the Plough Stalisfield Green (Nr Charing) Kent on the 2nd Thursday of each month.
It would be great to welcome new members so please come along or contact me for further details.
We look forward to meeting you.
We meet every Monday evening at 8.30 at the cricket club pavilion, we we gather to chat about all things MG, play pool or darts, and (for the non-drivers), have a beer or two! All MG enthusiasts are very welcome. We attend shows, have pub runs, treasure hunts, BBQ's, and events in the pavilion, plus much more.
Of course at the centre of any car club are the cars, and we have experts on hand to give advice on any MG related problem, or even help you buy or restore an MG.
Why not come along one night - you're sure of a very warm welcome - give Dave Hill a ring for directions.
Meet 2nd Wednesday of every month at Collingtree Golf Club, Northampton from 7.30pm and last Sunday of each month at The Aviator, Sywell Airfield, Northants from 12 noon.
MG Norhtumbria is the club for MG enthusiasts in the North-East of England.
We are an active club with almost 100 members and meet every month throughout the year. During the summer months we enjoy taking part in scenic runs, navigation rallies, treasure hunts, hill climbs and static car shows.
Our club meetings are held at 8:00pm on the first Wednesday of the month at Backworth Hall, North Tyneside on the B1322 road just east of the A19 and about 5 miles north of the Tyne Tunnel. New members are always made welcome
A club for all convertibles of all ages, all welcome.
Meeting at the Willows Public House Cressing, Nr Braintree.
Every second Wednesday from 7.30 onwards.
All MG enthusiasts are welcome to attend the Swan Natter of the MG Car Club in North Worcestershire. We meet at the Swan Inn in Chaddesley Corbett which is between Bromsgrove and Kidderminster just off the A448, on the second and fourth Mondays of the month. Meetings are supposed to start at 8:30 pm, but its best to leave it until 9:00 pm to ensure everyone's there. (we are generally don't leave until chucking out time) We are under the umbrella of the MGCC Midland Centre, so we support their callender of events, but also organise runs, picnics, weekends and meals out at a local level. You don't have to be a member to take part and members of other classic car clubs are welcome. We cater for all types of MG's. So if you fancy a chat about matters MG over a couple of drinks please drop in. For more details please see our website.
Meeting at 2nd & 4th Tuesday in the Caistor Hall, Caistor St. Edmunds, Norfolk. See web site for further details.
The Norwich Burblers - www.burblers.com - have a regular monthly get-together for all MGs and other marques at the Bird in Hand freehouse, at Wreningham on the B1113 Mulbarton Road just south of Norwich, on the corner of Church Road. The postcode is NR16 1BH and telephone 01508 489 438. Make a table booking if you'd like to eat beforehand.
The Norwich Burblers started out in 2006, just as an informal group of mostly RV8 owners around Norwich, very involved in the MGCC V8 Register. We now have Burblers all over the country, with various MG types (RV8/GTV8/V8 conversions/MGC/MGB/MGF and TF) and other marques, and would dearly like more to join us, especially older MGs.
We are registered as an MGCC Natter, but this isn't the type of Natter (or MGOC group) where cliques sit in the corner, unwelcoming to newcomers, as some - but not all - are. We're the friendliest of guys! Honest!
Anyway, come along and see ... we look forward to meeting you!
We meet at 8.15 p.m. on the SECOND and FOURTH WEDNESDAY of every month at The Rolls Royce Social Club. Gate 1 - Watnall Road, Hucknall, Nottingham, NG15 6EU
Classic and modern MG's welcome.
Meetings every 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month at the Crroked Billet, Newton Longville, Bucks which is just off the A421 between Milton Keynes and Buckingham, 8pm onwards
The Oxfordshire MG Owners' Club meets on the first Wednesday of each month at the Lamb and Flag, Longworth, near Abingdon, Oxfordshire, OX13 5HN.
The Club meetings start at 7.30pm.
The monthly meeting is a chance to catch up with friends and to find out about events in the next month or so.
It is very much a social occasion with equally as many women as men attending. We are certainly quite happy to talk about MGs but don't sit all night discussing widgets, etc.
For directions and more information, see the club website www.oxfordshiremgoc.co.uk
For more information about the pub go to www.lambandflagthai.com.
From October to March we meet on the 2nd Tuesday of the month at the Nantyffin Hotel, Llandisilio. Between March and October we have Out and About runs on the 2nd Tuesday of the month.
There are numerous models of MG represented in the Club including several Vintage models, through to the 'T' series including TA,TB,TC,TD,TF, MGA's,Magnette, B's, C's, Midgets, F's, V8, RV8, MGF and ZR.We are very fortunate to have such a wide variety of cars in the Club. A quarterly Newsletter is published and a full calender of events is produced at the beginning of the year. Monthly write ups are also published in Enjoying MG.
The Club has operated for over six years with the full support of the Rover Group and caters exclusively for the 'A' series MG and GTa, 'K' series S, GTa, Si, GTi and the MG Metro 6R4.
Briefly we produce a Newsletter which keeps you fully up to date on the scene of "Metro Motoring" circulated to all members.
Meetings 1st Thursday of the month at Woodlands Leisure Centre. 7.30pm for 8.00pm. Regular newsletters, local events.
We are a very active and friendly club with approximately 100 members from all around the Potteries and South Cheshire area. We have a wide range of MG's in the club ranging from the old TF to the new TF and the saloons of the Z range. All MG owners are welcome.
Club nights are held at 8pm on the 2nd Monday and last Thursday of each month at the Red Bull Public House, Kidsgrove (situated at Red Bull traffic lights at the junction of the A34 and A50).
Come and give us a try
We meet on the last Tuesday of every month, at The Welcome Tavern, Walton Park Preston. (see website for directions). Old and new members or just visiting, are welcome any meeting. We have now been going for 30 years and all MGs are represented from TAs to MG6s.
Meetings every 1st and 3rd Thursday from 9:00pm.
Please see our web-site.
There is a regular meeting at the Nags Head pub in Scalby every last Wednesday of the month. There is also an extensive diary of events. Everyone welcome, so get in touch.
A warm welcome awaits you at the South Leicester M. G. Club.
Our club is a friendly one, founded to encourage the enjoyment and excitement of MG motoring, many of our members have cars in various states of repair, some are concours winners, some are everyday cars and some are a big pile of bits that one day might take to the road again!
We have an active social calendar, usually with our cars in the summertime, but in the winter we still meet and enjoy skittles, quiz nights, talks, bowling and lots of other activities. What we don't do is spend a lot of time talking about cars - they're for driving!
You don't have to be a member of a National Club to meet with us, we are here to encourage owners of MG's in Leicestershire to meet and "ENJOY THE MAGIC OF THE MARQUE" we are affilated to the MGOC, MGCC and The Octagon Club.
Why not come along to one of our meetings! - There at The Olde Cock Inn, St Peters Road, Arnesby, Leicestershire - just of the Old A50 (A5199) about 5 miles south of Wigston on the first Tuesday of each month from 8pm onwards. Happy MG'ing
Southmids Sportsters was formed in January 2007 to cater for the interests of MG F and TF owners in Northants, Milton Keynes, Bucks & Oxon. Established as an official region of the MG Car Club's MGF Register, the group continues to grow. All MGs are welcome to attend the monthly pub meetings and runs. More information can be found on the website.
SSMGOC is a very active club, catering for owners of literally anything bearing an MG badge, from pre-war right up to the very latest models. All are very welcome. We organise club runs, from short local runs to full continental holidays. On the social side we have regular meetings twice a month with the occasional visiting speaker, quiz, barbecue or party. Techincal advice is always available
The regular club meetings take place throughout the year on the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month at the Ascot Tavern, Longford Road, Cannock, Staffs., WS11 1NE
Monthly meetings are held at The Empress of Blandings, Copythorne, on the first Wednesday of each month at 8.00pm. Additional meetings are held at various venues around our area on the third Wednesday monthly. New members are very welcome to join us.
Servicing, MOTs, general repairs, diagnostics, key fob reprogramming.
The Club Meets on the first Thursday of the month at The Red Lion, Bradley, Stafford - chosen for its safe, rural location and Old English fabric and atmosphere. Club affiliation to The MG Owners' Club, Events calendar appears in the Regional roundup section of the MGOC monthly magazine, Enjoying MG.
We are a new club dedicated solely to the Moorlands area.
Lots of days out are planned. All MG's are welcome from A to Z. Come and have a laugh with us as we are a very friendly crowd with no club politics!
Meets are held at 'The Flying Horse', Ashbourne Road, Leek, Staffordshire Moorlands on the first Monday of every month at 8pm.
The Surrey Vintage Vehicle Society is an all-make club catering for enthusiasts who share an interest in Veteran, Vintage and Classic vehicles and who live in the South East of England. The Society was formed some 50 years ago and currently has some 140 Members, with over 350 vehicles, based in the areas of London, Surrey, Sussex and Kent.
We have a Web Site at http://www.svvs.org which defines the range of our vehicles, our activities and our venues. We can also be contacted by Email on email@example.com .
East Surrey MG Owners Club meet on the second Monday of each month at The Mint, Buckland Road, Lower Kingswood, Surrey from 8 o'clock onwards.
The MG Club for Plymouth, SW Devon and SE Cornwall, we are a friendly and sociable group of MG enthusasts who have abusy programme of events throughout the season.
Meetings on first Wednesday of the month at 8pm, The Moorland Garden Hotel, Yelverton, Plymouth, PL20 6DA. Meetings open to anyone with an interest in MGs.
Not strictly MG Owners only although there are quite a number from my Midget to a Magnette, several Y types, and various MGBs.
Thank you for your interest in the Tees Valley MG Owners Club. Our monthly club night is the 3rd Thursday of every month at the Middlesbrough Municipal Golf Club, Ladgate Lane, from 8.0 pm onwards. Here we have a chat, drink, popular quiz,raffle and discuss suggestions for future events etc.We also have a social night on the 1st Tuesday of each month at various pubs around the area.The objective of the club members is to enjoy the pleasure of driving our MG's and taking part in social activites with other enthusiasts. Please take a look at our web site for further information of events etc.
Meetings are held on the 1st Tuesday of each month. We meet at The Boycott Arms, Upper Ludstone, Claverley, Nr Wolverhampton. This is just off the A454 Wolverhampton to Bridgnorth Road.
Details can be found on our Website or on our facebook page.
Visit our website for History of the club, Galleries and up to date news and events.
We hold regular monthly meetings at the King's Head, Sarre near Birchington, it's between Birchington and Canterbury on the A28, the first friday of each and every month from about 8.00pm . Our meetings are very informal and everyone is welcome to come along for a chat and drink and even something to eat. MGCC, MGOC, HRCR members all meet here on the same night so why don't you come along too.
The V8 Register is the leading group for MGV8 enthusiasts supporting the MGBGTV8, MGV8 Conversions, Costello V8s and the new MGSV. The V8 Register publishes two series of useful workshop notes for the MGBGTV8 and the MG RV8 on CD with useful spares and maintenance notes and tips. The V8 Register was formed in 1978 and is part of the MG Car Club.
First Tuesday each month at the Eight Bells, Carisbrooke, Newport IOW from 8pm.
See website for monthly updates
We meet informally at the Royal Oak, The Street, Chipperfield, Kings Langley, WD4 9BH, from 8pm the second Wednesday of every month. All models of MG and their owners are welcome.
The Wessex MG Club is associated with the MGOC. It meets on the fourth Monday in the month at "The Bell on the Common" Broughton Gifford near Melksham, Wiltshire. Come along on any Club Night to see what we offer.
Mett on the 3rd Thursday of the month at Briars Hall Hotel, Briars Lane , Lathom, Near Ormskirk L40 5XE from 8pm to 10pm
£10 annual membership - first meeting no obligation to join. Membership now approaching 50 members. Visit our new website for more info or contact club secretary Cam Cunningham.
West Midlands Region of the MG Owners Club, covering 12 MGOC area clubs, from Chesterfield in the North, down to Worcester in the South. From Shrewsbury in the West accross to Coventry in the East. Visit our site
Welcome to WAMGOC - the friendly MG Owners' Club! We meet in the restaurant at The Gate, Bryants Bottom, Hughenden Valley, High Wycombe, Bucks every first Wednesday in the month. To get there take the A4128 out of High Wycombe through Hughenden Valley. At the roundabout where the A4128 forks right, take the exit signposted Naphill. Then at the next roundabout go straight on following the signs for Bryants Bottom. At the Harrow pub turn right and then at the next junction turn left (signposted Bryants Bottom) and continue until you get to The Gate Inn. The restaurant is to the left of the building.