The Club caters for a diverse range of tastes, interests and budgets. There is a comprehensive and extremely full calendar of events in which members may participate throughout the year.
Historically the Club has enjoyed a strong Concours interest. These events are held both Nationally (normally at the premier event) and Regionally. Several classes exist to cater for all levels of commitment!
One of the most sought after events in the Porsche Club GB year is a visit to the plants where Porsches are made. For more than 25 years now the Club has organised tours of the factories in Stuttgart and more recently Leipzig, the new home for the Cayenne and Panamera.
Open Days are run throughout the year, normally on a Sunday, when members are invited to visit Cornbury House to see the club’s head quarters, club shop will be open and tea, coffee and biscuits will be on hand.
The number of Track Days organised by the Porsche Club in one year, prove beyond doubt the strength of demand amongst Club members for these sort of activities.
Autojumbles are a part of our heritage and can be found at many of the events we hold e.g. National & Regional events, Open Days and at Husbourne Crawley.
The PCGB Motorsport Division enjoy a number of lively and competitive race series that are run throughout March to October.
The calendar details all Porsche Club GB events at a National, Regional and Register level.
There are 30 Regions within Great Britain and Northern Ireland each run by enthusiastic volunteers or Regional Organisers as they are called, who spend much of there free time creating events of interest for their Regional Membership.
Each Region holds monthly meetings where Porsche related events are organised. The meetings bring like-minded Members together in a social forum to enjoy the marque and one another's company.Your Regional Organiser will also create a variety of topical events throughout the calendar year.
There is a Register for all Porsche models. Each Register has a Register Secretary and may also have one or more Assistants and a Technical Advisor. Their purpose is to help you get maximum enjoyment out of your Porsche.
Registers have differing priorities. Taking extreme examples, the 356 Register has an important archival role whereas the Boxster Register has a major social function. Although all Registers are different, they are all a mine of information and you are recommended to use this facility.