CooperWorld Magazine

CooperWorld is the monthly magazine of the Mini Cooper Register

Produced in full colour and packed with Mini Cooper information, this is essential reading for Mini enthusiasts.

In this month’s issue we have an article written by Geoff Bethel about the only social get together that the MCR formally puts on as a club at the beginning of a new year, and that is, of course, the Bournemouth weekend. This year marked the 39th year that this legendary gathering has taken place, with Kim Bromage, along with her family, having taken over the reins of organising the event a few years ago. I have to confess I have never taken part in this event, and so, being as it will be in its 40th year next year, it may be time to for me to finally join in the fun! Then we have another article from Michael Evans delving again into the history of the Mini and, in Michael’s latest article, he starts with looking at how and why the Mini Cooper came into being. As always, Michael has researched his subject matter thoroughly and so has, yet again, come up with a very interesting piece of work. Finally, staying on the subject of the history of the Mini Cooper, we have, of course, a longstanding and very knowledge exponent in this area in the form of Stephen Dalton. Stephen has been regularly chronicling the history of the Mini and Mini Cooper in his Old Cooper Stuff column from both the Australian, UK and New Zealand perspectives for more years than I can recall. And over those years Stephen has amassed so much information on the Mini’s history I really don’t think anyone else comes close to him in the depth of his knowledge. I am therefore grateful to him for sharing it with us over the years as he has again this month. So, I just wanted to thank him for doing this and say that it is very much appreciated. Paul Sulma Editor CooperWorld        

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