We are delighted to be returning to Penshurst Place in Tonbridge, Kent on Sunday 17th September for this year’s Autumn Meeting.
Penshurst is a 14th century manor house that once belonged to King Henry VIII. He passed it on to his son King Edward VI before it was granted to Sir William Sidney in 1552. It has remained with the Sidney family since then and is still occupied today as a family home. Several rooms in the house are open to visitors including the State Rooms. The gardens and parkland can also be explored.
There will be a “decades” MG100 timeline, a Pride of Ownership and Concours competition and we will have the special MG100 rally plates for sale in aid of the Brain Tumour Charity along with a new range of MG100 clothing.
Need to know:-
- The cost is £15 per car and one person (£18 for non members). Extra passengers are £12 each.
- Your entry includes access to one of two road runs into Penshurst, entry to PoO/Concours, House and Gardens entry, tea rooms and children’s play area.
- Dogs are not allowed in the house or gardens but can be kept on leads in the event field and surrounding parkland, village and church
- Two Road Runs will converge on to Penshurst Place – one from Knights Garden Centre, Godstone and the other from Spadeworks, Offham
- Pride of Ownership and Concours competitions (included)
- Registration ends on 13th September
- Complete the registration form below to enter
- Contact Peter Begbey for any queries – details on flyer.