Leicestershire and Rutland Land Rover Club Limited

25 Mill Lane,

Newbold Verdon,

Leicester

Leicestershire

LE9 9PT

Private company limited by guarantee without share capital

Company number 04147137

About Us

Please feel free to browse our site and if you like what you see and own a Land Rover (of any kind) then perhaps our club is for you.

By becoming a member you'll get access to our Members Only section. Here you'll find the club's newsletter, special offers and exclusive events.

Why not come along to one of our events or club nights and see how you can enjoy your Land Rover for what it was intended for. It's great fun for all the family.

The roots of the Leicestershire and Rutland Land Rover Club originate back in the late 1970’s.  We are a single marque Club catering to Land Rovers.

Leicestershire and Rutland Land Rover Club has evolved from strength to strength. The Club meeting night was originally held in Tilton on the Hill (hence the newsletter name) on the first Tuesday of each month. Club nights continue to be held but now on the first Wednesday of each month. Our Club nights are held at The Royal Oak in Cossington. The address can be found on our Contact page.

 

The Club welcomes all members old and new to socialise, receive trophies, and hold quizzes, raffles and other presentations. The Royal Oak also offers excellent food if you'd like to eat before the meeting - lots of our members do! 

 

The committee meet at the same venue every month to review previous activities and plan forthcoming events. 

Various competitive events are held by the Club throughout the year for which winners receive trophies and points, which are allocated towards Annual Championships. The winners are rewarded with the presentation of engraved shields at our Annual Dinner.  More information about are various events and Championships can be found on our Events page.

Other activities organised by the Club to include the family comprise; off road promotional days, bike trials, gymkhanas, BBQ’s, caravan and camping weekends, treasure hunts and training events. Club members also go green laning in small groups using maps that are researched and marked up by our Rights of Way representative.  We obtain information regarding Rights of Way from County Councils to try to ensure that we only use legal Rights of Way. 

 

Our Club newsletter (Tilting on the Hill) is produced monthly using articles and information submitted by Members.

Enjoy the slideshow below, it shows images from a wide variety of events and shows the Club has attended in it's long history.

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