Clubs, forums or groups are encouraged to attend the ADVENTURE OVERLAND SHOW, therefore an area has been created within the showground to accommodate free Club Display Stands … thus ensuring your club will be represented at the event.
Here clubs may promote themselves, charities they support, or perhaps advertise a forthcoming show or event they are organising. As the ADVENTURE OVERLAND SHOW is an event for “us enthusiasts”, we should be out there promoting ourselves in a good light for once as clubs often do sterling work for their local communities – the 4×4 Response Network being a prime example. This is your opportunity to impress!!!
Because of the layout at Stratford-upon-Avon Racecourse, it is possible for club members to pitch their
caravans or tents directly behind their Club Display Stand – the idea being that instead of being scattered all over the site, club members can remain together throughout the weekend. There is therefore no restrictions on the number of vehicles displayed on a Club Display Stand.
Site facilities include toilets, showers, on-site catering units, drinking water, an Elsan emptying point.
To have your club represented at the ADVENTURE OVERLAND SHOW, please email organiser Tom McGuigan on email@example.com to request a Club Display Booking Form – it will be sent by return
phone Tom direct on 07958 216266 for further information about Club Display Stands.
NOTE: The following was the list of clubs that attended AO
15 and AO16, he new list for AO`17 will be announced anon.
CLUBS, GROUPS & FORUMS:-
Birmingham Land Rover Group
Formby 4×4 Club
West Midlands 4×4 Club
The following club have been featured here for a particular reason, because whatever your preference … Land Rover, Jap or Jeep 4x4s, adventure bikes, expedition trucks, etc. … they perfectly sum up what the ADVENTURE TRAVEL & OVERLAND SHOW is all about.
Known simply as Land Rover Classic Campers, the owners (actually, probably best to call them ‘custodians’ as their steeds are likely to live forever), are keeping alive the tradition of overlanding that stretches way back to the early days of motorised transport.
Pictured here at in Stratford-upon-Avon and trips in the UK and North Africa, they are the complete opposite of the ‘Chelsea Tractor’. From 1948 the Land Rover was designed to do a job, these early campers from the 60′ and 70’s are still fulfilling that brief to this day. Long may they continue to do so!