Enthusiasts who have been members of the MG Car Club for more than 50 years were yesterday presented with a special MGCC 50-year badge and a certificate signed by club president John Day.
Attendees at the Kimber House event brought historic photographs and memorabilia along, while MGCC archivist Peter Neal was on hand to shed light on their offerings.
Also making an appearance was the club’s longest-serving-member, Harold Brooks (below). He joined the organisation in 1947 and competed in the 1955 Monte Carlo rally driving a works Magnette.
MGCC General Manager Julian White said: “The atmosphere at Kimber House was simply magical, the true spirit of MG shone through. We're always looking to swell our membership. However, today the MG Car Club took some time to thank some of our longest serving fans.”