Club Stands

Want to bring your whole club along and show off your vehicles?

Contact us at clrgathering@keypublishing.com to receive a booking form .. it’s as simple as that!

Many lessons were learnt from our first event last year, and we feel this puts us in a good position to make the 2022 event even better, with more space available. As preparations for the show go on, we are pleased to say that there has been a lot of interest from clubs planning to come along. You can see the current list of club stands below, and this will be updated as more are confirmed.

Confirmed Clubs

  • Doncaster & District Land Rover Club
    Doncaster & District Land Rover Club are a friendly family orientated club with a variety of motors and members.
  • Camel Trophy Club
    Camel Trophy, known as the Olympics of 4×4, was a legendary series of events held between 1980 and 2000. Synonymous with exploration,adventure and Land Rover, international teams participated in challenges in some of the most exciting places in the world, from the Amazon toZaire. Over the years, every model of Land Rover was used in […]
  • 1-Ton 109″Land-Rovers 1968-77
    The 1-Ton Register was formed in 2006 to keep track of the surviving 1-Ton Land Rovers, and to offer advice and support to owners. The main focus is the register itself, which lists the technical details of the surviving vehicles, as well as their owners. So far (Spring 2021) there are around 90 vehicles recorded […]
  • Leafers Overland
    Old Skool  Series Campers – factory conversions by Carawagon and Dormobile, and campers built to the owners spec. Designed to go round the block or round the world – the supermarket or the Sahara, the school run or The Silk Road. Come and have a chat and a brew, between us we’ve got some fanciful tales […]
  • Charlesworth Mouldings
    Vehicles from our private collection of classics
  • Project Jay
    The Land Rover Discovery. 31 years old In the mid 1980s, a new Land Rover model was being designed under the code name Project Jay, subsequently named Discovery.  At the 1989 Press and Dealer launch in Plymouth there were 86 cars, all with consecutive registration numbers from G451WAC to G537WAC, enthusiast call them “gee-wacks”. (G-WAC) […]
  • Peterborough Volunteer Fire Brigade
    Land Rover 88 inch Forward Control Fire Appliance. Peterborough Volunteer Fire Brigade is a registered charity, started in 1884. It is a unique organisation under contract to provide fire cover for Cambridgeshire Fire & Rescue Service. We operate as an on-call station but the Members provide their time free of charge. The 88-inch Forward Control […]
  • Popski’s Private Expeditions
    Popski’s Private Expeditions is a group of adventurers that pursue desert expeditions in the old school style, with stripped down, open top Land Rovers and often in search of historical challenges.
  • The Land Rover Register 1948/53
    The club is dedicated to the research and preservation of all 80” Land rover vehicles. We publish a magazine for our members, who are located worldwide, called Full grille. we welcome everyone with an interest and passion for these adorable and lovely cars.
  • Ex Military Land Rover Association
    The Ex-Military Land Rover Association was set up with the following aims: Promote the operation, restoration and preservation of ex-Military Land Rovers, and interest in them. Support this aim by promoting events and shows, attending established vehicle shows, and by organising Association meetings for members to socialise and display their vehicles. Provide members with information, […]
  • Lightweight Land Rover Club Ltd
    Now in our 41st year, we are a family friendly club who welcomes all vehicles from full military spec to personalised ones. We enjoy getting together at shows to display our vehicles and are happy to chat about them and help in any way we can. Come and see us, you can be sure of […]
  • Series One Club
    The Land Rover Series One Club was formed in 1979 by three enthusiasts for those interested in early Land Rovers, it has since grown to be the largest Land Rover club in the world now with over 3,000 members across the globe. We publish a bimonthly magazine, Legend, its contents include photographs, historical and technical […]
  • Series 2 Club
    Founded in 1984 by a group of enthusiasts in the Southwest of England. The Land Rover Series 2 Club now covers the world with over 2,000 members. The club is actually a limited company whose sole aim is to further the appreciation, restoration and driving of all Land Rovers built between 1958 and 1971. The […]

Testimonials from 2021 Club Stands

  • Testimonial from 2021 Gathering
    The Series2Club thoroughly enjoyed the 2021 Classic Land Rover Gathering put on by Classic Land Rover and Classic Military Vehicle magazines. It was great to see a new event launch onto the scene, especially coming as it did, after 18 months of Covid 19 restrictions. It had the nostalgic feel of Land Rover rallies of […]
  • Testimonial from 2021 Gathering
    It was a privilege to be part of such a great gathering of Land Rovers which was held in a superb location It had a great relaxed atmosphere and a sense of community with everyone being sociable and willing to chat and help each other. Another very important point to mention is the quality of […]

From 2021 event

  • 1-Ton 109″Land-Rovers 1968-77
    The 1-Ton Register was formed in 2006 to keep track of the surviving 1-Ton Land Rovers, and to offer advice and support to owners. The main focus is the register itself, which lists the technical details of the surviving vehicles, as well as their owners. So far (Spring 2021) there are around 90 vehicles recorded […]
  • Charlesworth Mouldings
    Vehicles from our private collection of classics
  • Project Jay
    The Land Rover Discovery. 31 years old In the mid 1980s, a new Land Rover model was being designed under the code name Project Jay, subsequently named Discovery.  At the 1989 Press and Dealer launch in Plymouth there were 86 cars, all with consecutive registration numbers from G451WAC to G537WAC, enthusiast call them “gee-wacks”. (G-WAC) […]
  • Peterborough Volunteer Fire Brigade
    Land Rover 88 inch Forward Control Fire Appliance. Peterborough Volunteer Fire Brigade is a registered charity, started in 1884. It is a unique organisation under contract to provide fire cover for Cambridgeshire Fire & Rescue Service. We operate as an on-call station but the Members provide their time free of charge. The 88-inch Forward Control […]
  • Popski’s Private Expeditions
    Popski’s Private Expeditions is a group of adventurers that pursue desert expeditions in the old school style, with stripped down, open top Land Rovers and often in search of historical challenges.
  • Lightweight Land Rover Club Ltd
    Now in our 41st year, we are a family friendly club who welcomes all vehicles from full military spec to personalised ones. We enjoy getting together at shows to display our vehicles and are happy to chat about them and help in any way we can. Come and see us, you can be sure of […]
  • Series One Club
    The Land Rover Series One Club was formed in 1979 by three enthusiasts for those interested in early Land Rovers, it has since grown to be the largest Land Rover club in the world now with over 3,000 members across the globe. We publish a bimonthly magazine, Legend, its contents include photographs, historical and technical […]
  • Series 2 Club
    Founded in 1984 by a group of enthusiasts in the Southwest of England. The Land Rover Series 2 Club now covers the world with over 2,000 members. The club is actually a limited company whose sole aim is to further the appreciation, restoration and driving of all Land Rovers built between 1958 and 1971. The […]
  • Leafers Overland
    LEAFERS OVERLAND – ‘old skool’ camping featuring some interesting Land Rovers and their owners who are ready to chat about their experiences on the ‘road less travelled’… This group is for the owners of leaf sprung Land Rovers who already use, or would like to use, their vehicles for overland and expedition travel, either half […]