Jaguar plans classic Royal Windsor festival
12 May, 2016
Jaguar fans can start counting down the months to a massive, right royal event being planned for owners next spring.
How massive? Officials say that it will be among the biggest Jaguar gatherings ever to have been staged, anywhere.
The Jaguar Enthusiasts’ Club (JEC) spectacular occasion will be a celebration of more than eight decades of the classic marque with 1,000 models expected.
Tell me more
Specific details of next May’s Royal Windsor Jaguar Festival charity event are largely hush-hush at the moment.
What we do know, however, is that the festival will be split into two parts:
• The day before: Windsor Castle’s stately St George’s Hall will host a special champagne reception for 400 guests who will gather to discuss fundraising and all things Jag.
• The day itself: As many as 250 Jags from down the ages will participate in a colourful parade from Windsor town centre to Frogmore Cricket Club, via Windsor Castle‘s famous Quadrangle. An additional 750 Jags will join the stunning line-up on The Long Walk. The brand’s amazing diversity will rarely have been better showcased.
What the JEC officials say
They are “thrilled” by the prospect of the May 2017 event, calling it “momentous” and “an extravaganza”.
Unprecedented numbers are anticipated at Windsor, the club says. Few other shows have ever showcased so many SS and Daimler cars.
The chosen charity is The Prince Philip Trust, which the club describes as a superb generator of educational and social welfare support.
Keep tabs on the event as details emerge
Want to know more?
The club will be posting details of add-ons, community events and bespoke hotel deals to tie-in with the festival. JEC members will get early ordering opportunities and notifications.
You can also get exclusive exciting updates in the run-up to the big event by simply registering an interest on the club’s festival website page .
You can get UK membership by visiting the JEC new membership page . It costs £50 to join the 32-year-old club. New international membership costs £52.
The club’s goal is to help Jaguar-owning members with modern and classic models alike, and to keep their cars roadworthy at the most affordable price possible.
Members get access to events such as social evenings, talks and movie shows.