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ABOUT THE CLUB

The Norfolk and Norwich Rover Owners Club is a friendly and informal club for the whole family.  It was established in 1975 to cater for the Rover P4 and has been extended over the years as various models 'came of age'.  With the Rover name dissapearing from the market place in 2005, it was decided to include all rover cars, bikes and motobikes whatever their age or condition. The club then took as one of it's aims 'Keeping the Famous Rover Name Alive'

Initially a Norfolk club, over the years members have joined from an increasingly wider area which now includes Suffolk, Essex & Cambridgshire and beyond, making us now a regional club.  
To encourage use of the cars, and to offer a pleasant day out, events/rallies are attended or organised in all these areas throughout the summer. 

We are a dynamic and expanding club,
with a wide range of activities, and membership is open to Rover owners or those just interested in the marque.  New members are always welcome and details together with an application form can be found on the join page. Members have access to a directory of other rallies together with contact details for body/upholstery/paint workshops/parts suppliers, etc., locally and a bi-monthly newsletter.

Club meetings are held from February to November on the last Tuesday of the month,
at the  Caistor Hall Hotel, Caistor St. Edmunds, NR14 8QN, starting at 8pm.  At the A47/A140 roundabout turn east on the signed road exit. Pass over the river, turn right at the crossroads and the Hotel will be seen immediately on the left.   The meetings give the chance for a friendly chat with other enthusiasts or just a social get together.  In addition the club organises an annual Christmas lunch and other social events for members and friends, including a ladies day out towards the end of the year.

The club holds its now nationally recognised annual rally at the beautiful Bressingham gardens and steam museum near Diss on the late May Bank Holiday Sunday.  This event has now been running for many years and often attracts well over 100 cars with each model being well represented.  Trophies are awarded for the best cars as judged by those attending and the car of the show is chosen by the rally sponsor.  The rally is open to non members and details are available from the club's event secretary listed on the contact page or click here for a printable entry form.

Why not come and join us.

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