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2018 Glamis Extravaganza Show

July 7 @ 9:00 AM - July 8 @ 5:00 PM

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The largest Classic Car Show in Scotland with something for everyone no matter your age!

Main day is the Sunday and our stand will major on MG V8s of all models in keeping with the various anniversaries BUT ALL models of MG are welcome.

Our usual catering facilities will be in place too. Please book early to enable us to make proper plans. We should be back to the location we had a few years ago which gives us more flexibility but we will confirm this nearer the time.

Entry is just £4 and additional £6 cost for lunch.

Limited camping is available at a cost of £10 each.

Cars need to be onsite on the Sunday by 9 am latest please!

A little about Glamis Castle –
Glamis Castle has a fascinating and exciting history. The thaneage of Glamis was granted to Sir John Lyon by King Robert II of Scotland (the first of the Stuart Kings) in 1372.  Glamis was believed to be a royal hunting lodge at the time of its first grant and it was not until the first part of the 15th century that any part of the present structure was built.

Legends and myths have grown around the castle. King Malcolm II was said to have been murdered here in the 11th century. Lady Janet Douglas, widow of Lord Glamis, was burned at the stake as a witch in 1540 by James V. There is said to be a secret room where a nobleman played cards with the Devil himself.

Glamis today looks more like a French Chateau than a medieval fortress because it was extensively restored in the 17th and 18th centuries. The original tower house remains at the centre of the castle today.

Costs:  Entry/Booking Fee £4.00 and lunch will be charged at an additional £6. Both fees payable on the day. There are camping spaces available for booking at £10 each. Please book via the option on the event booking form.


If your name appears in the List below you have Booked..……………<a Organiser’s List


July 7 @ 9:00 AM
July 8 @ 5:00 PM


Glamis Castle
near Forfar, Scotland DD8 1RJ United Kingdom


Bob MacGillivary
Tony Smith