02 Sep

Jaguar Breakfast Club

A monthly meet open to all Jaguar owners and enthusiasts
9:30AM - 5PM
From £9 per person

The Jaguar Breakfast is a monthly meet open to all Jaguar owners and enthusiasts regardless of affiliation to a club, forum or group. We meet on the first Saturday of each month (except where another major event precludes this) at the prestigious location of the British Motor Museum, Gaydon; home to the impressive Collections Centre housing the Jaguar Heritage Trust’s iconic collection of vehicles.

This is a free, friendly and informal gathering, so just turn up anytime from 09.30 (10am from March to November) to enjoy the display outside.
Museum tickets are available at £14 adult or £12 for over 60s which if Gift Aided (at no extra cost) allow 12 months unlimited entry. Or pay £9 discounted rate for a single day visit. Non-taxpayers may make a voluntary donation of the gift-aid amount to obtain an annual admission ticket. There is no obligation to visit the Museum if you just wish to view the display but access to the cafe is only available to paid entry Museum visitors (there are, however, free public toilets available outside).

Dates for 2017

2 September
October TBC
4 November

Organiser Contact Details

Peter Simpson
email: landscapetravel@btinternet.com
web: www.jaguarbreakfastclub.org.uk 


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