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Off-road course

All Subscribers to either Classic Land Rover or Classic Military Vehicle magazines purchasing a full price advance event ticket will receive a FREE tickets for the Off Road course. To purchase tickets please go to the Visitors tab on the website.


  • This is a gentle off-road course, in keeping with the theme of the event, and groups will be led through the course in their own vehicles by marshals.
  • Speed restrictions will be in place throughout the show site.
  • All drivers and passengers must be in proper seats wearing seat belts where fitted
  • Drivers must hold a full driving licence
  • All vehicles must be fully road legal

A selection of photographs taken around the site whilst doing some initial planning of the off-road course, show the beautiful setting we have for this event in rural Lincolnshire.

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Guest Speaker – Colonel John Blashford-Snell CBE

We are excited to announce Colonel John Blashford-Snell CBE will be at the Classic Land Rover Gathering 2021on SATURDAY to talk about the Crossing of the Darien Gap Expedition which he led in 1971/72, using 1 very trusted Land Rover and 2 of the first Range Rovers.

It was probably the most challenging expedition John has led shown in dramatic film footage which he will present in addition to his talk.

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1960s Land Rover Special Projects Display

We are attempting to recreate this iconic display of Special Project Land Rovers at the Gathering and already have examples of over half those show in the photograph, including –

5th Wheel, Moy Elevator, Filmobile, Shorland, MAP Station Wagon, Broom Wade, Emergency Ambulance, Dormobile, SWB & McConnel Sawbench, Recovery Vehicle.

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Green Line Medical

We hope we don’t need to call on these guys, but in the theme of the Gathering, we have arranged for Green Line Medical to attend to provide full medical cover from first aiders upto paramedics, with no impact on the NHS, as per event safety guidance from the HSE. Hopefully we won’t need them, but it’s good to know they are on hand, just in case.