The club has evolved to encompass all aspects of this vehicle and welcome owners of Range Rovers from the very early Classics up to the latest Sport models. They are now looking forward to welcoming the new arrival, when the Evoque is released.
The RRR Classic and History Officer holds an archive of rare material; as the vehicle continues to be developed, the club is committed to maintaining its archive of information. These archive materials are displayed at events throughout the year and Peter is available to club members to help them research the history of their vehicle. The club is a great source of information for owners of this wonderful vehicle and has a number of members who can provide a wealth of information about them, with the club’s technical officers being the first port of call.
The Register arranges events throughout the year and attends many shows around the country. This gives club members the opportunity to display their vehicles on the club stand while their hospitality suite acts as a central meeting point. The club is MSA affiliated and a number of club members are involved with Rally Marshalling, some being qualified recovery units or radio operators and many assist with special stage events.
The club has local area representatives who arrange the grass roots activities of the club. These activities range from pub meets, scenic drives, off-roading, weekend trips, rallies and charity fund raisers. The RRR currently supports the Air Ambulance Charity, having raised just over £30,000 for them in recent years. Many of the activities the club is involved with give members the opportunity to caravan or camp. This can be at a national event or a locally arranged weekend away. These events aim to meet the needs of all members from individuals to families.
Members enjoy a variety of other benefits from their membership, not least their outstanding club magazine. This is issued to members bi-monthly and is also available on the club site for download. The magazine features news, both national and club related, with reports from events attended and information about upcoming events. It publishes technical articles, and welcomes submissions from club members. The club website has developed over the years and now includes a lively forum with numerous threads. The website also allows easy access to the club shop and its variety of products.
The RRR’s committee members and area reps meet regularly to plan and discuss the club’s activities and are always happy to recruit new members to take the club forward. The Register will celebrate their 30th anniversary this year and is looking towards the next 30 years. The requirements of their membership are constantly changing and the club continues to evolve to meet the needs of its members.
If you are fortunate enough to own a Range Rover however old or new, the RRR hopes it has got something to offer you.
Year formed - 1984
No of full members - over 800
Affiliations - MSA
Web Site - www.rrr.co.uk
Full Membership - £32.50 in UK
4x4 Response Group - No
Club Mag - Range Rover Owner & Enthusiast
Published - Bi-monthly
Greenlaning - Various Areas have frequent trips. Recent ones include Bala and Salisbury Plain
Other events - Club's Easter and Birthday Rallies, as well as all national 4x4 shows and classic car shows