Here you will find information on the events that the branch or members of the branch will be present at, these will be a combination of our own events and other events that we take part in. At the moment the list also includes national/local events that we may not be at but that may be of interest to our membership. Events will be listed in chronological order for ease of navigation. Our regular monthly meetings are listed on a separate page, here.

Where events are externally organised we will endeavour to provide an organiser’s contact details here too. For our own events please refer to the contact details on the Contact the Guild page, here.

Due to Covid-19 all events are subject to change, please make contact with the relevent organisers for the latest information.

DateDetailsAdditional Contact Details
15th May 2022Brookhill Hall Classic Car and Bike Show Gates open 10 am - 4 pmThe show is set within the historic grounds of Grade II listed Brookhill Hall. Offering a spectacular day of motoring heritage ideal for enthusiasts, families and day trippers. The event will feature an exciting display of vintage classic and modern classic vehicles along with an informal concours and awards ceremony.

The Rover P4 Drivers’ Guild have been invited to attend the event by the South Yorkshire Guild Regional Group, and Richard Wilkins who runs the group is very happy to welcome as many P4s to the event as would like to attend – there is plenty of room for visitors. There will be a number of other vehicle makes and models present, so it should provide a lovely day out to see a wider variety than our normal show. With the Guild National Rally taking place this year at Roverfest then this event gives an ideal opportunity for P4s to gather at the usual time of our rally in May.

There will be live music, food and stalls. Check back to see who is confirmed.

Entry fee is £5.

Visit for more details and to complete the entry form.
12th June 2022Yorkshire Rover Club Classic Car Show
Oakwell Hall, Batley
Open to all Rovers and other makes up to 1982. £5, limited spaces (pre-booking recommended). Contact Dave Perrins for an entry form 07772 209977or email
12th June 2022 Luton Festival of Transport The Guild has again reserved a club stand at the Luton Festival of Transport on Sunday 12th June 2022. Your car can be booked in via online form or other means detailed on the Chiltern Vehicle Preservation Group website: Pre-booking costs £5 per car against £8 on the day. Please state when booking that you wish to park on the Guild club stand, otherwise you may be directed to the general age-related parking area for your car. If you have any problems with advanced booking, or any other queries, please contact the Guild's Bedfordshire Regional Representative Peter Irving ( or mobile 07799 206 743).
26th June 2022Devon Guild Branch 11th Classic Car ShowThe Devon Guild Branch would like to invite you to their tenth annual classic car show. You can be sure of a good West Country welcome, why not come down and make a weekend of it? We are in a beautiful part of the country with Dartmoor and Exmoor only a few miles from our venue. There is accommodation to suit all pockets in the local area, although if you require any help or advice please don’t hesitate to get in touch. Phone 01395 568034 or email
5th - 7th August 2022 Roverfest 2022
Church Farm, in the village of Weston Underwood, Buckinghamshire MK46 5JS

The Roverfest Committee has been informed by Sywell that they are now unable to meet our previously agreed expectations and have cancelled our booking. The Roverfest committee has been able to relocate the event and have been lucky in finding, at short notice, a suitable venue 15 miles from Sywell.

Roverfest 2022 will now take place at Church Farm, in the village of Weston Underwood, Buckinghamshire MK46 5JS for the whole weekend of the 5th to 7th August 2022. Plans are in progress to provide onsite catering to satisfy existing rally bookings. The alternative venue is larger than that offered at Sywell and can accommodate limited camping and caravanning.

Rally attendees, who are currently booked at the Aviator Hotel may receive a message cancelling their booking and incorrectly stating the event has been cancelled. Roverfest 2022 HAS NOT BEEN CANCELLED just re-located.

Any queries please contact

The JRC/Roverfest Committee hopes that you will join us at Roverfest 2022. To book your place,
28th August 2022 Quainton All Rover Rally
Quainton Railway Centre, Station Road, Quainton, Aylesbury, Bucks. HP22 4BY
Six miles north of Aylesbury, just north of the A41 and signed just west of Waddesdon, or can be accessed through Quainton village. NB - there is likely to be disruption and re-routing caused by HS2 works which should be adequately signed. If there is any detail we need to know, updates will be posted here and on the Guild's Facebook Group nearer the date.

Starting at 10.30am. All Rover models are welcome to attend this very long-established and popular event. Lots to see and explore, with a chance to ride on a steam train plus miniature trains and static exhibits too, including a carriage Winston Churchill used during World War 2 and a Victorian Royal train dining car. There is an excellent cafe on site or a picnic area if you wish to self-cater.

Cost is held at £6 per person (as last year), which is a 50% discount for the Guild and no pre-booking is required. Please note all Covid-19 restrictions in place on the rally date will be observed. For further details, please contact the Guild's Bedfordshire representative Peter Irving ( or mobile 07799 206 743).
9th - 11th September The Lakes Rally As usual we will be meeting up at Lakeside & Haverthwaite Railway, Haverthwaite Station, nr Ulverston, LA12 8AL, on the Saturday from 10.00am and either taking the steam train to Lakeside and maybe board the Windermere Boats to Ambleside/Bowness, or stick around the station to chat some Rover chat and enjoy lunch in the superb station café. At 2.00pm we convoy a short way to the Lakeland Motor Museum, which is a joy to behold with a vast collection of vehicles and memorabilia. Again the café is a great place to meet up and enjoy tea, coffee and excellent food and wonderful Cumbrian cakes and delicacies. It is a fabulous museum, very well laid out and a mine of facts and figures from our motoring past. On Sunday morning from 10.30am we meet at Levens Hall, a charming Elizabethan family home with amazing gardens and topiary. The Levens Kitchen is well worth a visit for lunch, the fare is vast and very delicious. This is an informal gathering with a picturesque setting for the full range of Rover cars. If you intend to attend the weekend event book somewhere to stay as early as you can as it gets very busy there. Please email me at or call me on 07958 962751, so that I can I can keep check on the number of cars that will be attending the event.