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7th February 2021

MG and Triumph Spares Day 2021

MG and Triumph Spares Day 2021

The MG and Triumph Spares Day has announced a new venue for 7th February 2021! Now moving from its previous home at Stoneleigh to the Telford International Centre! Of course the TR Register will be in attendance in the club's display area - if it is safe and permitted for the show to go ahead.

Fans of Britain’s two most beloved sports car marques have much to look forward to ahead of the International MG and Triumph Spares Day on Sunday 7th February 2021 at Telford International Centre.

Alongside specialist traders for both marques, the show will host a wide selection of autojumble, automobilia and cars for sale. Whether you’re after a part, a project or a poster, you’re bound to find it on sale at the show. Owners and experts will be on hand to offer advice and answer any questions you may have.


Admission prices

Advance Prices: £11 incl booking fee. Under 12's free of charge

Deadline for advance tickets is: 9pm Saturday 6th February 2021

(You can purchase tickets after this date on the gate)

On The Day Prices:

Adults £14. Under 12's free of charge

Details here: http://www.mgandtriumphsparesday.co.uk/


Triumph Parking

The newly launched MG & Triumph dedicated parking provides owners with potentially their first chance to bring their pride and joys out of winter hibernation and on the road. We believe this new area will become and real highlight of the event and provide owners and visitors alike with a superb opportunity to admire the vehicles on display. The MG & Triumph parking will be located adjacent to the exhibition halls providing ease of access to the event for their owners.

What’s more, drivers can enter the show for just £5 as a gesture of goodwill from the organisers (tickets only available on the day – on a first come first served basis). Remember, all those who park up are automatically entered to win a variety of awards and prizes judged by Classics Magazine editor Simon Goldsworthy including Editors Choice and Best Club stand.