An excellent turnout of SGMW members will mix business with pleasure with two days of driving past and present cars in the New Forest.
More than 20 members are attending our SGMW Heritage Day at the National Motor Museum at Beaulieu in mid-August.
It will be the fifth time the group has hosted the event at the historic motoring venue with manufacturers bringing heritage models and modern counterparts.
Kia UK, one of the manufacturers attending the Heritage Day, is also hosting a driving day for the SGMW the previous day. Members will drive the latest cars from the Kia range, including electrified models.
Members are staying overnight at Burley Manor, in the heart of the New Forest National Park, so the Kia driving day will be followed by the SGMW’s AGM.
SGMW secretary and Heritage Day organiser Chris Rees said: “It promises to be a really, really good turnout of members.
“To get two-thirds of the total group membership in the summer holiday season for two days of events is excellent.”
Altogether 12 manufacturers are supporting our Heritage Day.
Eight PR teams – Ford, Genesis, Kia, Lexus, Mazda, Porsche, Toyota and Volkswagen – are attending in person while BMW, Citroen, Honda and Skoda are supplying cars.
The picture shows last year’s star cars. Car of the day went to the Jeep CJ-7 while Mark Bursa’s Kia Pride was judged best members’ car.