Linking the World of MG Cars Together
Previous Site | Next Site | List All Sites | Random Site
Add Your Site | SiteRing by



clarke logo

Tel Stroud (01453) 763462

Trade prices to club members on production of membership card.


number plates

Free quarterly magazine from above link


Please quote Glos MG OC

internet visitor statistics
Budget Car Rental






Welcome to Gloucestershire MG Owners Club.


title piccy

Its the cars that bring us together.

Its the friendship that keeps us together.


Gloucestershire MG Owners Club is a small band of enthusiasts who love anything MG. We are a friendly club that enjoys its social events. We always have at least one evening run in the summer months as well as many other social events.

We meet every second Thursday of the month at the Gala Club in Gloucester with meetings starting at 8:00pm.


Presentation of Cheque to Willow Trust for £6,109



What Sort of Social events do we have?

To check out the sort of things we have done in the past please check out our Past Events Page

This page will give you a good idea of what we do and what we are like!


Upcoming Events in this Month

For details see our Diary Page

Our Latest Write ups

Tim & Lou's October 2017 meal

John Child Meal November  


Join our Distibution list               Contact Web Administrator


Try our guessing the numbers game

Caption Competition

One more caption competition - Win a bottle of wine!!

Email me with your suggestions. Also, please email me with photos we can use for the competition

Our Previous Caption competitions can been seen here


No, I dont get it either, there are only three of us!

"The food was late once again"


With only 3 participants, the speed dating evening was not going well!


The 3 judges for the GMGOC's Got Talent Competition were struggling to decide if 1st prize should go to Laurence for his moving impersonation of a steam train or Trevor's sexy belly dance routine.

Surely between the three of us we can come up with more lyrics than just agadoo doo doo push pineapples shake the tree.!
Have they really run out of beer?
MMMM, thats a tough one Keith, what is 3 plus 3?
Any ideas????


Can anyone come up with any photos which we could use in a caption competition


Email me if you can come up with anything at my email

Should you like to contact us with any general question about the club please email


Our Latest Newsletter

November 2017 Newsletter No 107

The meeting got off to a slightly late start as Members were quite happy to chat.  Brian said that it was just the 'dynamic duo' as our Secretary was off yet again on one of his River Cruises, but he had provided an agenda for the evening.

Thanks were given to Tim and Louise for the very enjoyable meal which they had arranged at the Hobnails.

The Club account was still solvent and Sue said that she had an apology to make regarding the 'caption contest' which should have been judged ready for the November meeting.  She had forgotten to do this but would judge it and the winner would be announced at the forthcoming Christmas Bash.

Brian had been given a list of forthcoming events by Laurence, the first of which was the
Sunday lunch on the 19th November organised by John at the Farmers Arms, Lower Apperley meet 12.30pm  for 1.00pm.  Dave and Liz have 43 Members to date for the Christmas Bash and the last date for booking and paying is the 31st November.  There will be music this year and Dave has said that he will be doing a 'Strictly Demonstration'.

As there will be no meeting in December, apart from the Christmas meal, Brian informed Members that at the  January meeting there will be a quiz on Gloucestershire organised by Steve,  with Sunday lunch on the 28th arranged by Laurence and Jane, venue and menu details will be on the website.

There will be a skittles evening at the Beacon Hotel Haresfield on the 7th February and Sue asked that  those interested put their names on the sheet that was to be passed around. 

Trev asked for volunteers to marshal at the 2018 Cotswold Caper, he already had 7 but 3 more were required.

The meeting was opened up for AOB and Rob said that he had two MGF Hardtops, one in silver and one black should anyone be interested.

At a previous meeting it was suggested that the website should be updated and Brian explained that this would only happen if Adrian was supplied with photographs and details of Members cars etc by the Members.  Adrian was however looking at one of the suggestions that had been made.

The Wessex MG Group had challenged us to a skittles match in the Swindon area and as there was no preference for a day Laurence will liaise with the Wessex Secretary to get a date set up and then put it to our Members.

Brian asked for volunteers to organise the last two outstanding evening runs and Rob and Myn offered to do the July with Dave and Liz taking on the August one.  Dave said that the run would probably be around his large garden, there would however be no b-b-q.

Paul Barnett has offered to give us another talk at the March meeting and Brian ran through the 9 subjects which Paul covers.  Members favoured the talk 'In defence of the Drift - A Gloster Boy Abroad'.

Brian asked for any other suggestions for meetings and Tony thought a return by the Ukulele Group would be good.

Mo  has been  buying the raffle prizes and taking Members money, with the help of Carol, for more years than I care to remember and has now decided to retire,  so Sue asked for someone to take this on.  Elspeth and Carol will now be in charge of the raffle as from the New Year.  Many thanks to Mo for all her years of dedication to the Club.

As there was no speaker/entertainment Teresa had quickly put together a quiz of 25 questions, with an M followed by a G in the answers.  This proved to be quite challenging and the winning team, a table of eight were presented with a bottle of wine which they donated to the Christmas Raffle.

Brian wished all Members not going to the meal an early Happy Xmas and would see everyone next year.



Quote of the Day
Today's Birthday
      Back to Top