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Welcome to the Southern Rover Owners Club

Staying safe

Hi Everyone
May I first say from the committee we hope you are all keeping safe and well.
As you are all know we are unable to hold any events at the moment. I am sure that you understand that it is the best and most responsible way to keep everyone safe and help reduce the spread of COVID-19.
If you are one for a word puzzle I have drafted one you may print off and test yourself & others in your house and get the grey matter moving. Answers to chairman@sroc.co.uk. It’s just a bit of fun…
Also here is a BIG CLAP to all the essential workers who are keeping the country ticking over; shop keepers, posties, bin men, delivery drivers, lorry drivers, emergency services and especially the NHS staff. We are all so very proud of you.
Don’t be a stranger, feel free to contact us via Facebook or email with any time eating, brain teasing ideas or just a chat.
Keep safe, hope to see you soon.
Rod.

Latest News

What a difference a year makes…

Easter last year we had similar weather to what we have this as enjoyed the sunshine at Earlye Farm, notable for the Tyro drivers coming out en masse, with 22 entries. CORVID-19 has put paid to us going out to play this year, but take a stroll down memory lane here.

COVID-19 update

Here is a recent update from Motorsport UK – “In light of recent developments in the COVID-19 crisis, and following the address to the nation by the Prime Minister on the evening of 23rd March, Motorsport UK has today extended its suspension of all organising permits and Certificates of Exemption for motorsport events until at least 30th June.” It goes without saying that we won’t be holding any events until at least the end of June, more information is on the Motorsport UK website.

March Events Cancelled

SROC committee regret that the next events, scheduled to take place on the 14th and 15th of March are now cancelled. We were hoping that a new site would become available to us over the winter months but this continuing bad weather has put paid to any attempts to cultivate a new host. Even our regular land owners who are having to deal with fallen trees, water logged ground and even floods do not want us to make an appearance at this moment in time.

Therefore, our first trials for 2020 will, hopefully, be at Knowle Farm over the Easter weekend with a Taster Tyro kicking things off on Good Friday. This means non members can enter so tell all of your friends. However, they will still need a MotorsportUK licence but this can be sorted out on the day. We need pre-entries by 9pm Wednesday 1st April, yes, April fool’s day, so remember, not enough pre-entries = no event! Juniors are also reminded to pre-enter otherwise the vehicle will not taken to Knowle Farm. Here’s looking forward to a dry Easter.


This website promotes Southern Rover Owners Club and provides information on the events we run. For over 40 years SROC has held events for Land Rover enthusiasts in the South East. The Club regularly runs a variety of competitive events throughout the year at a number of fantastic local venues. If you are interested in joining a friendly club whose aim is to have fun in the pursuit of all things Land Rover, why not come along.

We work hard to keep this website up to date and accurate, but if you find anything that isn’t right, please contact the webmaster.


This site is run on behalf of the Club Committee. If you wish to contact the Club, or comment on this site, please use the Email facility on the Contacts page.

The Club or Committee will not accept any liability for any loss, damage or accident resulting directly or indirectly from errors, omissions or contradictions on this site.

The Southern Rover Owners’ Club Limited

Place of registration : Cardiff

Registered number : 01829359

Registered office address :50 Quinnell Drive, Hailsham, East Sussex. BN27 1QN.