The first obvious link is with the national MGOC who we are a part of with the club registration number of 0708. They provide a wide range of services to members and none members such as parts, model information, insurance and technical advice.
You can link direct to the MG Owners club website by clicking on the badge below, or by typing “MGOC” in your google search bar, or you can ring them on 01954 231125.
We have a facebook page that can be reached by clicking the link at the bottom of the page.
The following link is to MG Experience which is a international forum that includes other classic cars. There are several parts to the site including forums to enable members to ask questions about virtually anything to do with their cars. I have used it on more than one occasion to help me with challenges that come with classic car ownership. Membership is free but you may be asked occasionally to donate small amounts of money to go towards the maintenance of the site although you do not have to do this. https://www.mgexp.com/
So just perhaps you are thinking about buying a brand new MG from the modern lineup that is available in the UK, well in that case start your search here. https://www.mg.co.uk/
If you are looking for quality used spares at a price that will put most suppliers to shame why not have a look at Andy Jennings website. Andy and his brother Dave will have almost anything you need and do not charge the earth for it and the price for post does not brak the bank either. https://www.mg-cars.org.uk/andyjennings/
Chase MG are a internet supplier of parts and accessories for your classic MG and other classic cars. I have know Barry for a about three decades and see him every year at the Powderham Classic Car show where he has his own stall. He has an EBay store and also Facebook link to his store. Failing that you can get him either on 0044 1543 671184 or by email at CHASEMG@BWALKLATE.FREESERVE.CO.UK
SJS Classic Automotive Services are run from Unit 9 Bulleigh Barton Farm, Ipplepen Road, Ipplepen. TQ12 5UA. It’s run by Steve Swann who was trained initally by Dave Sherman and then as an apprentice with Colin Groom who was a classic vehicle restorer and was himself an apprentice at Austin Healey. Colin became very well known for his first class knowledge of Austin Healeys and also as he travelled extensively as a race mechanic for the Devon motoring legend Clive Baker. Steve learnt well and works to one standard, the best. If you need repairs or a restoration and want nothing but the best service click the following link to his website where you will see details of the work he does and how to contact him. email@example.com