The MG family sees out 2012 in style


More than 80 former Abingdon factory workers made last week's Christmas reunion at Kimber House the largest of its kind since 1989.

The event attracted everyone from the factory's gardener to former test drivers as old colleagues shared tales and made submissions to the MG Car Club's growing archive.

Club general manager Julian White said: "We enjoyed a brilliant day at Kimber House, the spirit from those involved was memorable and it's certainly something we'll look to replicate in the future.

"It was a great way to conclude what has been an excellent year for the MG Car Club. We're hoping to carry our 2012 momentum into 2013 and continue to be at the forefront of the worldwide MG movement."



What a wonderful story. Thank you for sharing it.

Having owned MGs for 30 years, I can attest to the quality of these people's works.

Thank you.

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