Listed below are our events for 2021.  If you want to know more contact the individual listed.  

If you are intending to attend an event please send a quick e-mail the organiser using the link in the contact details

If you are organising an event check out How to organise a club event.

In view of Coronovirus please check with the organiser that events are still taking place. The website will be updated as information becomes available.

All events are provisional, and subject to change due to conditions prevailing at the time



Contact for more information

Sunday 31st October          

Chilly Willy Run, Tops down whatever the weather – The run will start at the Skylark Garden Centre, near Wimblington, PE15 0PE, which opens at 10 am on a Sunday, with a cafe. Cars leaving between 10.30 and 11am for a 90 minute run through the fens to the Admiral Wells pub at Holme, PE7 3PH, with lunch booked for 12.30.

They can accommodate 32 in a dining group, on one long table. 28have already booked. Check with Chris if there are any spare place, late notifications may be able to book their own table if they wish. There are a couple of separate tables of 4 in the same room.

Holme Fen Nature reserve (part of the Great Fen project) is just a few minutes away from the pub for anyone wishing for some post lunch exercise.

Chris Shurlock

Tuesday 2nd November

Natter Night and AGM at the George and Dragon, Elsworth from 7:00.

If you are intending to have a meal can you please e-mail the G & D at or phone 01954 267236 to tell them.  You can pre-order from the MG Menu November 2021 it helps plan their catering. Thanks.

Chris Shurlock

Wednesday 24th November

Club away pub Natter Night – Further details to follow.


Chris Shurlock

Saturday 4th December

The Club Christmas Dinner will be held at the Golden Ball at Boxworth on Saturday 4th December. 7.00 for 7.30 PM, formal dress if you wish. The cost per head will be £34 per head for a 3-course Christmas meal, or £27 per head for 2-courses, which will include coffee and a tip for the staff. Some table wine and a small gift will be paid for by the Club. The excellent menu is below.

The maximum number that can be seated for the dinner is 46. Before Thursday 18th November please e-mail Liz Harris on with your menu choices and any allergy problems, and send a copy to Tim . A confirmation will be sent by Liz (no confirmation, no booking).

Payment in advance is required by the same date. Either: bank transfer to the Cambridge & District MG Owners’ Club account:  Bank Sort Code 52-10-46, Account Number 08196370, adding your SURNAME & CHRISTMAS as the payment ‘reference’. Or: post a cheque made out to ‘Cambridge & District MGOC’ to: Dave Parker, 8 Whitton Farm Park, Way Lane, Waterbeach, CB25 9JY


Roasted Tomato Soup, Basil Crème Fraiche and Croutons (V, GF*)

Crab and Avocado Rolls with Wasabi Dressing (GF)

Moroccan Pulled Lamb Salad with Pitta Bread and Harissa Dressing

Tandoori Chicken with Cucumber Raita and Naan Bread Sun-Blushed Tomato Arancini (V)

Main Courses

 Roast Turkey Breast with Stuffing, Pigs in Blankets, Yorkshire Pudding Roast Potatoes and Roasted Root Vegetables (GF*)

Char Sui Pork, Anise Carrots, Noodles and Honey Sauce (GF)

Venison Casserole, Garlic Dumplings, Roasted Vegetable Mash

Pan Fried Sea Bream with Lemon Mash and Salsa Verde (GF)

Roasted Vegetable Tagine with Coriander Rice (V, GF)


Christmas Pudding with Brandy Sauce

 ‘After Eight’ Cheesecake with Chantilly Cream Normandy

Apple Flan with Ice Cream

Chocolate Bread and Butter Pudding with Chocolate Orange Sauce

Selection of Cheese and Biscuits (GF*)

(GF = gluten free, GF* = can be made gluten free, V = vegetarian

Tim Clarke

Tuesday 7th           December


Natter Night at the George and Dragon, Elsworth from 7:00.

If you are intending to have a meal can you please e-mail the G & D at or phone 01954 267236 to tell them.  You can pre-order from the it helps plan their catering. Thanks.


Sunday 19th December

The Father Christmas Run – For obvious reasons we will not be having a run to a local children’s hospital this year.

However, we can give ourselves a bit of festive cheer by having a “Father Christmas Run” ourselves.

As in other years we can dress our cars, and ourselves in festive mood, then have a run through the towns of St Neots, Huntingdon and St Ives before ending at a venue for refreshments, yet to be decided. Are you up for it?

If so let Chris know.

Chris Shurlock