We’re looking forward to seeing the following clubs at the 2018 event. Come and join us in what will be a great day of classic cars and bikes, and family fun.
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Chesterfield MG Group
Chesterfield MG Group was established in 1979 by a group of local MG enthusiasts. Almost 40 years on, the club has a membership of over 70 couples, who meet regularly for social events and club runs. We welcome any classic or sports car owners not just MGs. For full details of the club and its events please visit our website.
We’re expecting to bring between 80 and 100 cars to Ashover this year as our Annual Charity Road Run – The Marcham will be finishing at Ashover.
Full details of our club, our events, membership forms and entry forms for our road runs can be found on our website.
If you’d like to enter the 2018 Marcham Road Run, simply fill in the entry form and enclose your cheque. Full details are given on our website.Visit Chesterfiled MG Group
Chesterfield MG Group was established in 1979 by a small group of local MG enthusiasts, around the time British Leyland announced it would be closing the MG plant at the Marcham Road site in Abingdon. There were many protests by MG owners and enthusiasts at the time which proved a pivotal point in establishing local MG clubs throughout the UK and beyond.
Approaching 40 years on, Chesterfield MG Group has grown organically and currently has approximately 70 memberships (couples) where wives and partners are encouraged to join in and take part in events, monthly social get togethers, and club runs.
Since 1990 the club has organised a Charity Road Run each year with all proceeds going to various charities chosen by the committee. Since 1990 the club has raised and donated just over £18,000 to a wide range of worthy causes. We named our annual charity road run after the MG Plant in Abingdon, hence – The Marcham Road Run.
This year’s Marcham Road Run will be flagged off by a local dignitary from Chesterfield Rugby Club between 9.00 & 10.00am on Sunday 22nd July. Entrants will receive a rally board, roadbook in the form of Tulip symbols, mileage intervals and cumulative totals, and refreshments will be provided at the start.
The route of between 80 and 100 miles takes in some of the best roads and stunning scenery the Peak District has to offer and entrants may choose to stop off at any point and enjoy a picnic, pub or cafe lunch to suit, as this is not a timed event.
The finish this year will be Ashover Classic Car and Bike Show, a venue we have enjoyed numerous times in the past, and one which offers something for everyone. The additional bonus for entrants on the Marcham Road Run is that they get to show their cars to the general public at the finish.
We welcome owners of any classic car marque to our events and regularly get members from other classic car clubs entering our road runs enbloc.
Full details of our club, our events, membership forms and entry forms for our road runs can be found on our website. www.chesterfield-mg-group.co.uk
If you’d like to enter the 2018 Marcham Road Run, simply fill in the entry form and enclose your cheque. Full details are given on our website.
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