The latest chapter in the story of Mabel

Holly Davies has accepted that Mabel, Andrew Morison’s 1934 Super Sports, is not an ideal baby carriage and so husband Scott has accepted a handover! See the update to the Classic Car Loan Scheme



Club Opening Run – Sunday 14th April

Dave Anscombe, the West Midlands Group Organiser, hosted the club’s Opening Run at the Severn Valley Railway centre in Bridgnorth. It was a great success and over 75 Morgan three wheelers plus a selection of four wheelers came along, accompanied by their owners. We had two speeders, three speeders five speeders and even a two […]



The youngest Club member?? – An Update

Congratulations to Joe and Chloe Kirk (nee Pilbeam) on the birth of their first child Arthur who will, on reaching manhood, become instantly famous for being able to pull centrepins out of large stones and Morgan chassis where all had failed before. Chloe on being reminded that she hadn’t paid her subs made the lame […]



This is not an April fool – your April Bulletin really is here!

  This month the Magazine is full of fascinating historical stuff, plus tributes to some legendary Club figures. There is the odd bit of technical and of course, the OPENING RUN plans!!! Click here for pure joy! Remember that the password is mtwc



MTWC AGM and Rally Weekend 2019

The 2019 MTWC AGM & RALLY WEEKEND 27th-29th September 2019 The AGM is going ‘on the road’ in 2019.  Though not to the Scottish Highlands!  But instead to Royal Leamington Spa, before returning to The Abbey in 2020 in time for the 75th anniversary of the inaugural meeting of the MTWC. The 2019 venue is […]



Christmas Dinner in March??

The Canadian Pavilion at Bisley was the location for Saturday’s Brooklands group Christmas Dinner (yes, I know Christmas was 2 months ago). 40 members gathered for what was a fun and relaxing dinner with many staying over in this historic venue. The pavilion was built by the Canadian Government at the turn of the previous […]



Change and decay in all around I see – at RHS Chelsea indeed!

This year’s RHS Chelsea Flower show on 21st-25th May will include a Morgan Three Wheeler as part of Sue Hayward’s Artisan Garden. Peter and Liz Elgar have been asked to loan their red 1935 Morgan Super Sports for the show. I understand the theme of the display is decay . . . . Having recently […]



Adventures of a Morgan – New Zealand

Club member Richard Hardy has had quite a few adventures in his 5 Speeder. He’s travelled in it to Norway, Spain, Portugal, France, the USA and now New Zealand. Together with 2 other UK 5 Speeders, Richard is travelling the length and breadth of New Zealand. New Zealand has some of the best driving roads in the […]



Eric Eadon rides again!

Great to see Eric out in his MX2 Super Sports again after a fallow period of about 53 years! It’s never too late!!!



The New Bulletin Index is Online.

For many years, Nev Lear compiled and maintained his world famous Bulletin Index. Bert Varady, one of our members in the USA has kindly taken on the task. The index catalogues a vast number of Bulletin articles from 1962 through to the end of 2018; listed by category  by model, by engine type, modifications, engineering […]



The latest chapter in the story of Mabel

Holly Davies has accepted that Mabel, Andrew Morison’s 1934 Super Sports, is not an ideal baby carriage and so husband Scott has accepted a handover! See the update to the Classic Car Loan Scheme

Club Opening Run – Sunday 14th April

Severn Valley Railway

Dave Anscombe, the West Midlands Group Organiser, hosted the club’s Opening Run at the Severn Valley Railway centre in Bridgnorth. It was a great success and over 75 Morgan three wheelers plus a selection of four wheelers came along, accompanied by their owners. We had two speeders, three speeders five speeders and even a two speeder four wheeler three wheeler!

Unfortunately, the day was marred by an accident involving club members Bill Higginson and John Barker. Both are in hospital and we wish them a speedy recovery.

To see a full report of the Opening Run and photos – click here.

The youngest Club member?? – An Update

Congratulations to Joe and Chloe Kirk (nee Pilbeam) on the birth of their first child Arthur who will, on reaching manhood, become instantly famous for being able to pull centrepins out of large stones and Morgan chassis where all had failed before.

Chloe on being reminded that she hadn’t paid her subs made the lame excuse that she had been preoccupied but said she would deal with it and include Arthur on the form – hence the title to this post.

Congratulations also to Chas Pilbeam and Ros on becoming grandparents.

Oh, and can anyone say whether Arthur may legally travel in the rear seat of Tinkabel (their F4) when he would otherwise have to have a child seat in a modern car?

We’ve had a response from long-time F4 owner Graham Chivrall:

“Regarding request for carrying Arthur Kirk in the back of an F4 it really is not a good idea whatever the law says. All that separates the child from the rear chain on the right is a piece of plywood and a cushion. There is no legroom and the child’s feet will get covered in oil. If you go fast enough the rear seats [and child] will take to the air and fly off, unless you tie them down. I lost a rear seat cushion, and a gallon of oil, when they flew away a few years ago. It took ages to find the seat cushion (original ) in a field at the roadside. The oil slick helped.”.

And another message from Dave Anscombe:

“Unfortunately, he will have to wait until he is three years old before he is allowed to experience that pleasure (unless it is on private land).  Then he can travel in the back seat only.”