Midland Rover Owners Club organise events at a variety of locations in and around the Midlands. Information and directions to these locations can be found below.
Follow A435 south towards Cheltenham. Continue past the Racecourse. Turn left into Wellington Rd. ¾ mile after B4075 island. After 200yds, take 3rd left off island into Pittville Circus Rd & continue for 1/3 mile until crossroads. Turn left into Hewlett Rd & continue ¼ mile until mini-island junction with B4075. Turn left onto B4075 & then immediately right into Harp Hill at next mini-island. Continue for 1.75 miles as road changes to Aggs Hill & turn left at cross-roads at top of hill. New site entrance will be on left after approx. 1/3 mile signposted with MROC signs (Old entrance is further 200yds BUT with no vehicular access!). (Site is approx. 2.5 miles from the A435) Latitude & Longitude as follows : 51.9075, -2.0102
From M40 Junction 12 take B4451 to Gaydon. Turn left onto B4100 towards Banbury. In approx. 2 miles turn left to Fenny Compton Country Park. Through park, straight on at crossroads (towards Farnborough), site on right after 600 yards. Take care, narrow lanes.
M5 exit 11A and turn east on A417 (approx 4 miles) to the Air Balloon Pub. Turn right at the island and up the hill on the A417, in approx 3/4 mile turn right signed Birdlip (nasty busy junction so care!) then turn right in the village and in 100yds turn left on B4070. In approx 1/2 mile keep left at Y junction. In approx 1/2 mile straight over X roads. In approx1/2 mile, fork right at pub. In approx 1/2 mile the site is on the right opposite the very large barn conversion known as Bidfield Farm. (i.e. stay on the B4070 from the village to the site).
British Motor Museum, 11 Banbury Rd, Gaydon CV35 0BJ. Road layouts are changing here, but it is well signposted from the Gaydon exit of the M40.
The site is located on the A4169 (Buildwas Bank) South of Telford. From M54 Junction 4, take the A464 South, after two traffic islands, left onto the A422 towards Coalbrookdale. Then go straight on taking the A4169 towards Much Wenlock. The site is on Buildwas Bank, on the right, opposite a layby, 1 mile before reaching Buildwas.
17 miles out of Hereford on the A438 to Brecon. Look for MROC and Wye & Welsh ROC signs
Leave Stourport on the A451/ Dunley Road heading towards Great Witley. From the river bridge in Stourport, after approx I mile look for and turn right (North) onto the B4194 signposted Bewdley & Blackstone Riverside Park. The site is on left after 3/4 mile ( probably signposted Coney Green Services). MROC sign will be just before the entrance. Once through the farm gate, turn right into the field.
31 Croft Bank, Malvern, Herefordshire WR14 4DU, UK
Site is on right hand side going down Croft Bank away from Malvern, approx. 300m after the houses finish.
BEWARE : the site entrance is on a bend with poor visibility, so park carefully on the left hand side to allow traffic to see you and pass while opening the gate (if closed).
The site entrance is relatively tight for trailers / long vehicles and also has overhanging trees 10 meters in which would prevent tall truck access.
Parking is in the open field with space for trailers to be turned round.
If travelling to the Deer Park, the entrance to the site is approx. 0.5 miles East of Eastnor village centre off the A438.
Follow the “MROC” signs approx. 300m up the road into the site.
If attending the CCV trial, remember to allow 15 mins to travel to the Sheep Field!
If travelling direct to Scrutineering / Signing-On, go the Sheep Field via the centre of Eastnor Village & follow the signs up the lane (15 MPH speed limit) to the Eastnor Pottery & The Ledbury Wine Cellar.
Continue up the lane past the pottery & on for just over 0.5 miles, following “MROC” signs.
Please park as directed.
From Stratford-Upon-Avon take the A422 towards Banbury. In approximately 5 miles at roundabout turn right onto the A429 towards Halford. In about 1.5 miles (about 50m before the green & white junction roadsign) look for small layby on right hand side and MROC (or CCROC) signs. Drive into the farm entrance & immediately turn right & follow the arrows along the track for approx. 600 yds to the parking up area.
Take A44 from Moreton - in - Marsh towards Chipping Norton. The site is approx 5 miles on the right, opposite "The Greedy Goose" pub just before the junction with the A436 to Stow - on - the - Wold. Look for MROC signs.
The trails ground is the woodyard on the right hand side of the A449 if heading North, about 500 m ( but on the opposite side) after the entrance to Prestwood House.
If heading South on the A449, it’s on the Left Hand Side, approx 400m South (but on the opposite side), after Prestwood Cave / Nursery
Option 1 : Head south from Evesham on the A46. Turn left onto B4078, heading for Sedgeberrow & Winchcombe. Coming out of Winchcombe, turn left off the B4362 into Corndean Lane heading for Brockhampton. Follow road for 5 miles & at cross-roads in Brockhampton, turn right up Park Lane & after ¾ mile turn right at the T-Junction. Site entrance will be in ¼ mile on left, identified by “CCROC” signs. Follow track down into field after ¼ mile. DO NOT attempt to use what might appear as usable green lanes to north of the site. These are NOT usable ! Option 2 : From M5 Junction 11A, take the A417 East towards Witcombe / Stow on the Wold. After 3.0miles take the 1st exit onto the A436 (still towards Stow). In Andoversford, turn left onto the A40 & immediately right back onto the A436. After ¾ mile turn left onto unnamed road (signposted Severnhampton / Brockhampton). Follow road round to left in Syreford & turn right after further 1/3 mile towards Whitehall (Ignore signpost to Whittington !). Site entrance will be in 1¼ mile on left, identified by “CCROC” signs. Follow track down into field after ¼ mile. (Site is approx. 12 miles from the M5)
From Leominster, follow A44 towards Kington. After 4 miles, turn right onto A4110 towards Wigmore. After 8 miles you will arrive in Wigmore, turn right onto Ford Street towards Leinthall Starkes. Site is on the right after 1.6 miles, entering via farm track. ***BEWARE*** if using a Satnav, it may try to direct you via a shorter route using the very narrow lanes approaching the site from the East. These lanes are not suitable if towing a trailer!