Jaguar Mark l Day

Sunday, April 26, 2015 to Sunday, April 26, 2015

Following the success of last year's event, Nigel Webb is once again kindly hosting a Jaguar Mark l day at his Surrey home on April 26.

Attendance is by invitation only, and is being co-ordinated by the Jaguar Enthusiasts' Club.  If you own a Mark 1 Jaguar and would like to attend, please contact Letitia Mace at

Invitations are limited to owners of Mark 1 Jaguars ONLY and Letitia will need your name, plus the registration number, chassis number and year of manufacture of your Mark 1 as proof of ownership.

Mark 1 day 2014

A picture from the 2014 event where an amazing 45 Mark 1 Jaguars were on display.

2014 Mark 1 day Ian and Nigel

Nigel Webb poses with Ian Callum, Jaguar Design Director, at the 2014 gathering.

The format of the day will be similar to last year with gates opening at 10:00 and a range of entertainments including live music, a hog roast and talks about the history of the Mark 1.

Guests will also have the chance to tour the Mike Hawthorn museum, set up by Nigel as a tribute to the great driver.  Nigel has amassed an amazing collection of cars and memorabilia which are displayed in a purpose-built museum in his grounds - not to be missed!

Jaguar Heritage Trust will be supporting this year's event with its familiar 1958 3.4 litre 'Mark l', registration TOX 1.  

This left hand drive, automatic transmission car was originally owned by Maurice Frère of Brussels, Belgium, father of the late Paul Frère, F1 Driver, Le Mans Winner, journalist and writer. The car was donated to the Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust by him in 1996 and restored by the Jaguar Enthusiasts’ Club in 2005.

TOX 1 pictured opposite at last year's event with Norman Dewis and Nigel Webb.

Norman and Nigel