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MG Era Event at Brooklands is on Sunday April 8th 2018. SVW cars attending will compete for the David Washbourne Trophy, awarded to the car adjudged to be the SVW Car of the Day.

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SVW 2018 Event, full event and booking details now available click here

SVW 2018 Event Announced, see Social Events tab for more details.

50th Anniversary Caps

A special 50th Anniversary Register Cap has been produced and was distributed to those members who took part in the SVW Event back in July

The black, baseball style cap carries the Register logo on the front and 50th Anniversary script on the back. There are a few of these available for sale at GBP 10 each, on a first come basis.

See REGALIA section for details of how to order.


  • Go to "SVW Regalia" tab for more information and to order.
  • Read the Latest SVW Register News from the pages of "Safety Fast".

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    The Chairman is appealing for new committee members.

    We meet only a couple of times a year,very informally, usually on a Saturday or Sunday morning, and apart from SVW business we have a good old natter, usually followed by a visit to a local hostelry for a quick lunch (and more natter). If you own a SVW car why not join us. Please contact John Dutton.

    David Washbourne 1933-2013

    Our President, David Washbourne, died on Monday 7 October 2013, after collapsing at home.

    A service of thanksgiving for David's life was held on 23 October 2013 at St Martin's Church, East Horsley, after a private family cremation . It was attended by a huge number of friends, relatives and acquaintances, and the MG Car Club was represented by the General Manager Julian White and the President John Day as well as many others. Several SVW cars came, as well as MG's from David's local natter. It was a fitting farewell.

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  • WARNING!!!

    Warning and advice to all owners of MGs type VA. Please share this info.

    Please have a look at your accelerator stop as fitted to all VAs. It is supposed to look like Photo 1. In practice it has been known to bend down as in Photo 2. If ignored it may bend further with the risk that the pedal rod pops under the stop bracket and actually blocks the throttle in the fully open position, racing the engine out of control as in Photo 3. If bent, straighten it to the original shape and weld a strengthening triangle underneath bracket.