News and Events
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Regular Monthly Events
Monthly Noggin 'N Natter, first Wednesday of the month Feb to Dec
Held at The Backbencher GastroPub. Find out more
See below for details of the next Noggin 'N' Natter
NOTE: We do occasionally do a site visit for the N&N so it pays to check the calendar below for the latest information
Monthly Club Night on the third Wednesday (except December)
Club nights comprise a dinner at a local restaurant. Venues alternate between Wellington City, Hutt Valley, Tawa and Kapiti. Normal start time is around 6.30pm. See below for details of the next dinner. NOTE There is usually no dinner in the month of the AGM.
Monthly Old Speckled Hen Runs
The OSH runs are a mid week run held normally on the last Thursday of each month. The run usually ends up at a place of interest, a café or a restaurant after a pleasant short, or sometimes longer drive over some unusual routes. More information and the timetable for the year can be found HERE Short runs are indicated by an asterisk (*) and longer runs by a plus sign (+)
Saturday 22nd February to Wednesday 26th Feb
Full details can be found HERE
Thursday 27th Feb
Details to be announced
Saturday 29th February to Sunday 1st March
7th Annual MGF/TF Festival at Mangaweka
Where: Awastone Riverside Haven - stunning venue by the beautiful Rangitikei River
This gathering specifically for these nifty little cars is the perfect opportunity for
owners to socialise, share ownership experiences and gain valuable advice for the
successful management of their cars.
Go to www.mangaweka.co.nz to check out the fantastic venue
For full entry information and accommodation options
Contact: John and Viv Eames
Phone: 06 382 5717
Mobile: 027 782 5717
Become a member
We are truly eclectic and cater for MGs of all types and vintages, from the very old to the very new, we care only that you care.
We have a strong membership both in terms of size & MG enthusiasm.
We have low cost membership fees, $70.00 single, $80.00 joint and $90.00 for family membership. The subs are maintained deliberately low and events are often subsidised to maximise participation.