About the Guild
The Rover P4 Drivers' Guild was formed in 1977 to cater for owners of the Rover 60, 75, 80, 90, 95, 100, 105, and 110 range of cars manufactured between 1950 and 1964. The aim of the Guild is to help P4 owners to preserve their cars for regular use by assisting them to locate spares, literature, advice, competent mechanics and other services to keep their cars in a roadworthy condition.
There is more about the national Guild on the Guild Website.
About the Surrey Section
Regional sections of the Guild, like ours in Surrey, have evolved to hold regular monthly meetings, attend local rallies together, and to provide self-help between members. Following discussions in 2006 with the London Section and the former Surrey Hills Section, Trevor Raymond established the Surrey Section as we know it now, and in August the first meeting was held at The Plough at Worcester Park. For the following nine months meetings were held at The Fairmile on the old A3, and then it happened - we became nomads!
The strength of our branch lies in the fact that since 2007 our monthly meetings on the second Monday of the month have moved from one pub to another. If we look back at previous meetings they all stand out because of our different locations and, for all our members, there is a meeting location close to home every few months.
When Trevor started to take minutes during the first meeting in August 2006 it was soon made clear to him that we needed to be FUN club, so the clip board was put away and we have been having FUN ever since!! We know that there are many Guild members in Surrey who we do not have contact with; if you are one of them we would be delighted to meet you. Equally, if you would like to join us as either a current or prospective P4 owner, regardless of whether you are a Guild member yet, please come and meet us at one of the venues listed Club Nights and Events page. We look forward to seeing you!!