Dates Announced for National Mini Day 2022

The 12th of June 2022 is an important date for all Mini owners and enthusiasts for that is the day when the New Forest will again be thronged with Minis of all shapes, sizes and ages, from the very old to the very new.  Beaulieu has again been chosen as the venue for our flagship event and the 2022 theme is going to be ‘Minis in Motorsport’ which given the many and varied types of motorsport that Minis have enjoyed competing in over the years, should provide an interesting central display.

There will of course be the ever-popular Concours d’Elegance and if last year is anything to go by, we can again expect the cars to be of a very high standard.  Club stands will be available and requests for these can be made via the Club’s website.  Also on the website, you can book a trade stand or secure a trunk traders pitch.  Refreshments will be available throughout the day both in the display area as well as in the Barbazon restaurant.  Don’t forget that your show entry ticket also covers admission to the National Motor Museum with all its treasures.  It’s hard to imagine a better day out for all the family.

Following last year’s slightly stripped-down event, the MCR are hoping that the 2022 event will be free of all pandemic restrictions, however it is important to note that it is Beaulieu themselves that control ticket sales and their allocation.  When the tickets do go on sale please read the ticketing information carefully particularly regarding ‘ticket sales on the day’ which was not available last year.  We will also publish the date of when the tickets go on sale so keep watching here or on our social media sites for updates.

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Dates Announced for National Mini Day 2022

The 12th of June 2022 is an important date for all Mini owners and enthusiasts for that is the day when the New Forest will again be thronged with Minis of all shapes, sizes and ages, from the very old to the very new.  Beaulieu has again been chosen as the venue for our flagship event and the 2022 theme is going to be ‘Minis in Motorsport’ which given the many and varied types of motorsport that Minis have enjoyed competing in over the years, should provide an interesting central display.

There will of course be the ever-popular Concours d’Elegance and if last year is anything to go by, we can again expect the cars to be of a very high standard.  Club stands will be available and requests for these can be made via the Club’s website.  Also on the website, you can book a trade stand or secure a trunk traders pitch.  Refreshments will be available throughout the day both in the display area as well as in the Barbazon restaurant.  Don’t forget that your show entry ticket also covers admission to the National Motor Museum with all its treasures.  It’s hard to imagine a better day out for all the family.

Following last year’s slightly stripped-down event, the MCR are hoping that the 2022 event will be free of all pandemic restrictions, however it is important to note that it is Beaulieu themselves that control ticket sales and their allocation.  When the tickets do go on sale please read the ticketing information carefully particularly regarding ‘ticket sales on the day’ which was not available last year.  We will also publish the date of when the tickets go on sale so keep watching here or on our social media sites for updates.

https://www.facebook.com/MiniCooperRegister

https://twitter.com/CooperRegister

https://www.instagram.com/minicooperregister/

Minis 2 the Alps 2021 Cancelled

It is with much regret that we have to announce the postponement of the 2021 Minis to the Alps event until 2022.  Organiser Robert Young posted the following of the MCR Members Group Facebook page earlier today.

“After yesterday’s latest travel restrictions with France, we now have little choice but to sadly postpone the 2021 event for yet another year. After last week’s hard work, this is bitterly disappointing – but we now find ourselves with no chance of running the event this year. We have emailed all entrants”.

As of today, no UK events are affected but please keep an eye on the media for updates.