The Central Region covers postcodes CV, LE, MK, NN.
The actual area covered West to East, is from the Welsh Border to approximately between the M1 and A1, and from the North of Birmingham to a line that is roughly along the M4 in the South.
In the East we have Silverstone, the home of British Motor Sport, at which we hold our annual display at the Silverstone Classic historic racing weekend at the end of July.
We also attend large car shows at Duxford Air Museum in May and August, in conjunction with the 7 series Register. the 2002 Register, East Anglia Region and the South East Region.
In 2009, we arranged a total of 20 events in our region, ranging from Drive and Dine through historic countryside, before a meal at a lakeside family restaurant: Annual visit to Meguiar's at Daventry: Car shows at Bletchley Park, home of the Enigma wartime project: country shows at various towns including oue annual visit to Kimbolton School in July.
From March to October, we try to arrange outdoor events for most weekends, that have a family interets as well as car content. We welcome all ages of cars (and people!), with all tpes of BMW's (and derivitives).
To the North of the Region is Birmingham and all that goes with the country's second city. Phil Rosenbllom has a well established Z
In August, the Club's National Festival is held right here in the Central Region, at the National Heritage Motor Museum, Gaydon, Warwickshire, where you can also have a chance to drive round the Aston Martin test track. The BMW display is the largest car display in Europe.
Over the winter months, the BMW CC normally have display stands at national cars shows at the NEC in Birmingham.
As you can see, there is something for everyone: most importantly, something for all BMW enthusiasts.
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There are more details of national and central region events in the main events calendar page, on the club forum, and in the monthly magazine.