Jaguar Enthusiasts' Club National Day

Saturday, June 21, 2014 to Sunday, June 22, 2014

The Jaguar Enthusiasts’ Club National Day will be taking place at Thoresby Hall in Nottinghamshire over the weekend of June 21-22.  This will be celebrating the 30th anniversary of the JEC and on the Sunday, Jaguar Heritage will be bringing along five cars from its collection that the JEC have helped to restore over the years. 

These will include: 1958 3.4 litre ‘Mark 1’ TOX 1, 1969 S1 XJ6 4.2 PHP 42G and 1973 S2 Daimler Double Six VDP (both former cars of Sir William Lyons), 1971 S3 E-type V12 2+2 WHP 205J, and the unique 1996 Daimler Corsica convertible.

For the main event on the Sunday entrance will be FREE to JEC members. Alongside all the usual Club favorites such as the Concourse, Pride and Joy competitions, Forums and Regional parking there will be Jousting and Dog 'n' Duck displays and a full Jaguar timeline. Pre- Booking is essential for entries in the Concours or Pride and Joy competitions.

Arrangements have also been made for a buffet lunch costing £10.50 a person in the Sherwood Restaurant and Afternoon Tea in the magnificent Blue Room for £9.95 per person. These also need to be pre-booked to avoid disappointment.

Non members can attend at a cost of £10 a car.  For full details, visit the JEC website by clicking here.

Daimler Corsica

Two of the cars that will be on display - the 1958 3.4 litre 'Mark 1' and the unique Daimler Corsica convertible.