MG Enthusiasts' Club Ireland

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LATEST NEWS

Due to the COVID-19 restrictions, many events have been postponed.
We'll keep you updated here.

Formed in 1981, the Club caters for enthusiasts of all MGs, including pre-war and Classic as well as the more modern MG F, MG TF, ZR, ZS and ZT. We pride ourselves on our friendliness and you will find our 150+ members always willing to give advice on purchases, restoration and repair.

Irish Vintage Scene magazine

*UPDATE: The June edition will be published on 22 May.*

Unfortunately, the May 2020 edition of Irish Vintage Scene will not be published.  This is due to a fall-off in advertising revenue and the difficulty in distributing the magazine for retail sale with shops being closed due to Covid-19. The publishers are offering the sister magazine, Retro Classics, and also the April edition of Irish Vintage Scene for €6.25 each, postage free, if you order direct by phone 091 388805 or through the website www.irishvintagescene.ie.

The Irish Classic and Vintage Car Club movement benefits greatly from these magazines, which keep us up-to-date with news and information on events around the country, as well as interesting articles on restorations and historic vehicle collections.

We can help this publisher, in a small way, by ordering the magazines direct. It may also provide some welcome reading matter for those of us who are currently confined to our homes!

Events

We run many events throughout the year
Noggin and Natter

Third Sunday of every month at 12.30pm in Stepaside Golf Centre


MGEC annual tour 2020

West Cork. Based at Eccles Hotel, Glengarriff

Sunday 30 August-Wednesday 2 September 2020

*Very limited availability*


Here are some useful videos suggested by our members

 become a member

To become a member of the MG Enthusiasts' Club, just click the link below.

Membership Application Form

Contacts

+353 (0) 87 285 3205
mgecfacebook@gmail.com


Social

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