Be part of the Club team at the NEC.

We are looking for the owner of a Mark 2 Countryman in very good to excellent condition to display it on the Club stand at the prestigious NEC Classic Car show from 9th to 12th of November.

We arrive on Thursday 9th (setting-up day) to arrange the cars and the display. The show starts next day and ends Sunday late afternoon when we dismantle our exhibition and head home. It is a most sociable few days when we meet so many of our Club members, sign up some more, and chat to the many visitors who have fond memories of our cars.

The NEC provides the team members with free entrance passes. However the Club does not pay any expenses for travel or accommodation. If you would like to join us for this amazing long weekend (and you don’t need to spend all three days manning the stand if you would prefer not to) then please contact Club Secretary Paul Howell on 01782 336744 as soon as possible. Many thanks


For details of how you can obtain your club discount go to the members forums and see Lancaster Classic Car Show for full details, look forward to seeing you there.




The Club's AGM (Annual General Meeting) has, in the past, been held in the Midlands. But the Club is aware that we should try to satisfy the travelling needs of members living at further-flung points of the compass and different locations and their practicalities are currently being considered.

The A40 Farina Club has members all across the UK and a good number of international members, resulting in a widespread membership.

The Wessex Group

The friendly Wessex Group has for many years now held a spring and autumn meet near Southampton, with tea and cake on offer plus a raffle (with often-surprising prizes!) and sometimes a selection of spares for sale.

Members visit from a wide area and, if enough agree, the Group runs its "Isle of Wight Invasion" around mid-summer.

Contact Terry for more information :- 02380 551856

Wessex Group map


The Eastern Group:

The objective is to bring as many members of the eastern region together to enable them everyone to use the club in a social and supportive manner.

At the time of writing we are a fledgling group, Trevor Parfitt, “Scotty” has kindly offered his workshop at Red Lodge near Newmarket as a venue, we currently plan to meet there twice a year. However given the distance people will need to travel we also want to be a presence at local steam fairs and other such rallies and hope to get  as many  A40’s together as possible. We have our own Eastern Region Facebook page and will post events to the official club Facebook group , the Eastern forum on the website and anywhere where lovers of the a40 congregate.


Paul Mazey