Somerset and Wiltshire Land Rover Club
Welcome to the Home of the Somerset and Wiltshire Land Rover Club
We are an ALRC Recognised club and run off road Land Rover events every month. Please feel free to have a look around to see what we do!
RTV/CCV Goosemoor, Bruton
Sunday 12th November 2023
STATUS: BOOKING FORM OPEN
More details on the Next Event page.
(Don't forget to ensure you comply with the new ALRC regulations, regarding Seat Belts and Tow Ropes, see ALRC correspondence below!)
Changes to the 2023 ALRC Green Book Regulations
Please could all members please read the most recent ALRC Letter, concerning the use of Lap Belts in CCV and Time Trial Events, as well as an altered requirement with regards to the type of Tow Ropes which are allowed to be carried for events. Link is below...
Ratification of New Regulations - http://bit.ly/3UfxIlL
ALRC RTVT Consultation Meeting
Please RSVP by Friday 7th April if you wish to attend.
Letter and Explanation: http://bit.ly/40MKwmh
ALRC & S&ORC Meeting Minutes - March 2023
Letter for meetings - July 2023 - http://bit.ly/3KeedFL
ALRC AGM Meeting Minutes - http://bit.ly/3MpPf9e
S&ORC Minutes - http://bit.ly/3nUD4GY
CCV Fire Extinguishers - 1st January 2022
Please see the below updated excerpt from the MotorSportUK Blue Book, regarding a change in regulations regarding hand-held fire extinguishers that must be carried during CCV and Time Trial events. Of note, the required volume of AFFF has been increased from 2L to 2.4L.
Refer to the 2022 MSUK Blue Book - Section K (Safety) - 3.2 Hand-Held Extinguishers
Who are the Somerset and Wiltshire Land Rover Club:
Established many years ago the Somerset and Wiltshire Land Rover Club is a way for enthusiasts to meet on a monthly basis and use their beloved vehicles for the purpose they were designed and built!
We run competitions every second Sunday of the month and all are welcome - either as spectators or participants. We are an ALRC affiliated club, therefore must comply with all of their regulations.
The competitions are divided into two categories - RTV & CCV. RTV is designed for all Road Taxed Vehicles and is essentially a non-damaging drive over a tough and challenging course, pitted against similar vehicles. The CCV or Cross-Country Vehicle class is much more challenging and may cause damage, the vehicles which take part in this are invariably specialised and the drivers are invariably a bit... well...
For more information please visit the About Us page, and
PLEASE check the guidance page before turning up expecting to trial for the first time.