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About Our Club

We are a friendly club who serve the surrounding areas of the Black Country.

All model types are welcome, we even have other British marques within the club such as Triumph, Rover and Morris.
We meet on the second and forth Wednesday of each month.

The evenings normally start at 20:15 – 20:30

The meet’s are of an informal nature, many a good conversation is had during the evening.

Its also great to chat with like minded individuals.

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We meet at The Park inn George St, Woodsetton, Dudley, West Midlands DY1 4LW

This is also the Holdens Brewery, so no shortage of different ale’s to try if your not driving of course.

Club History

The Black Country MG Club (BCMG) was formed in 1991. It rose like a phoenix from the flames of the once hugely popular Wolverhampton Area MG Owners Club. It was decided at this time that the club needed a change of direction in order to provide it with the new lease of life which was long overdue.

As a group it was decided that it would be better off we were not strictly affiliated to either of the two major MG Clubs of the time, The MG Owners Club and The MG Car Club.
This decision gave the club the freedom it desperately needed to break away from its dedication to the MG Owners Club, into pastures new as a more independent club – hence the change of name was required.

The next problem we faced was the choice of a new name. The old club had enjoyed quite a high profile, and had become a relatively well known club in the MG Owners Club. The “hard-core” of members who had made the decision to change the face of the club, soon realised that in fact although we were at the time called the Wolverhampton MGOC, very few of the members were actually connected with the immediate Wolverhampton surrounding area.
Soon it was decided that a name which could be more easily recognised by others, and gave a strong tie with our local area was needed. The Black Country MG Club was eventually decided to be the best name, as it gave the club a real sense of identity, and also indicated it’s new clean break away from the major clubs.

This proved to be a change for the better. Soon, after lots of effort from the newly formed committee, the dwindling numbers which remained from the Wolverhampton club swelled tremendously into the healthily attended club which it remains to the day.