BAMGOC Bristol Area MG Owners Club

NEWS AND APPEALS FOR INFO

© 2022
From 29th July 2019 Moss can be found at 14 Avonside Industrial Park, Avonside Road, Bristol BS2 0UQ SAME PHONE NUMBER AND SAME HELPFUL STAFF
Dragonfly Rally Plates (who supply our BAMGOC rally plaques) have raised £15,000 for the NHS from the sales of their STAYHOMERALLY plaques. WELL DONE DRAGONFLY!
MOT RULE CHANGES FROM 20 MAY 2018: There are many changes to the rules, including changes for historic vehicles over 40 years old. CLICK HERE TO READ ALL ABOUT IT. NOTE: If your V5C does not show your vehicle as HISTORIC, and it is over 40 years old, take your V5C to a Post Office to make the change. Only vehicles with this classification are eligible for the MOT dispensation.
Bristol Children’s Help Society (Barton Camp) has been awarded the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service. This is the highest award a voluntary group can receive in the UK and is equivalent to an MBE. The award was presented on 26 October by HM Lord-Lieutenant of Somerset, Mrs Annie Maw. Huge congratulations go to all those involved with this worthwhile charity that BAMGOC has supported for a number of years. Barton Camp will have a large shortfall in funding due to the Coronavirus crisis. If you’d like to help in some small way to top up their funds then please click on THIS LINK to donate or speak to Bert or Pam Hurditch.
Several advertisements evoking a “fuel card” offered by fuel companies allowing you to obtain 200 litres of fuel for 1.95 euros, have appeared on Facebook. According to these posts, the reduction would apply if the user completes a form beforehand. You are then sent to a fake site similar to that of the fuel company, where you must indicate your personal information including your credit card number to pay the 1.95 euro and be able to benefit from the 200 litres of fuel. After which the crooks have plenty of time to use the Internet user’s card. Facebook is supposed to verify the origin of the advertisements but struggles to thwart all the scams. The scammers who developed this fake fuel card are no doubt surfing on the spectacular increase in prices at the pump. Info from: https://time.news/beware-of-fuel-card-scams-relayed-on-facebook/
BAMGOC Bristol Area  MG Owners Club

NEWS AND APPEALS FOR INFO

From 29th July 2019 Moss can be found at 14 Avonside Industrial Park, Avonside Road, Bristol BS2 0UQ SAME PHONE NUMBER AND SAME HELPFUL STAFF
© 2022
Dragonfly Rally Plates (who supply our BAMGOC rally plaques) have raised £15,000 for the NHS from the sales of their STAYHOMERALLY plaques. WELL DONE DRAGONFLY!
Bristol Children’s Help Society (Barton Camp) has been awarded the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service. This is the highest award a voluntary group can receive in the UK and is equivalent to an MBE. The award was presented on 26 October by HM Lord-Lieutenant of Somerset, Mrs Annie Maw. Huge congratulations go to all those involved with this worthwhile charity that BAMGOC has supported for a number of years. Barton Camp will have a large shortfall in funding due to the Coronavirus crisis. If you’d like to help in some small way to top up their funds then please click on THIS LINK to donate or speak to Bert or Pam Hurditch.
MOT RULE CHANGES FROM 20 MAY 2018: There are many changes to the rules, including changes for historic vehicles over 40 years old. CLICK HERE TO READ ALL ABOUT IT. NOTE: If your V5C does not show your vehicle as HISTORIC, and it is over 40 years old, take your V5C to a Post Office to make the change. Only vehicles with this classification are eligible for the MOT dispensation.
Several advertisements evoking a “fuel card” offered by fuel companies allowing you to obtain 200 litres of fuel for 1.95 euros, have appeared on Facebook. According to these posts, the reduction would apply if the user completes a form beforehand. You are then sent to a fake site similar to that of the fuel company, where you must indicate your personal information including your credit card number to pay the 1.95 euro and be able to benefit from the 200 litres of fuel. After which the crooks have plenty of time to use the Internet user’s card. Facebook is supposed to verify the origin of the advertisements but struggles to thwart all the scams. The scammers who developed this fake fuel card are no doubt surfing on the spectacular increase in prices at the pump. Info from: https://time.news/beware-of-fuel-card- scams-relayed-on-facebook/
BAMGOC Bristol Area MG Owners Club

NEWS AND APPEALS FOR INFO

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From 29th July 2019 Moss can be found at 14 Avonside Industrial Park, Avonside Road, Bristol BS2 0UQ SAME PHONE NUMBER AND SAME HELPFUL STAFF
Made with Xara PRIVACY & WEB TERMS
Dragonfly Rally Plates (who supply our BAMGOC rally plaques) have raised £15,000 for the NHS from the sales of their STAYHOMERALLY plaques. WELL DONE DRAGONFLY!
Bristol Children’s Help Society (Barton Camp) has been awarded the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service. This is the highest award a voluntary group can receive in the UK and is equivalent to an MBE. The award was presented on 26 October by HM Lord-Lieutenant of Somerset, Mrs Annie Maw. Huge congratulations go to all those involved with this worthwhile charity that BAMGOC has supported for a number of years. Barton Camp will have a large shortfall in funding due to the Coronavirus crisis. If you’d like to help in some small way to top up their funds then please click on THIS LINK to donate or speak to Bert or Pam Hurditch.
MOT RULE CHANGES FROM 20 MAY 2018: There are many changes to the rules, including changes for historic vehicles over 40 years old. CLICK HERE TO READ ALL ABOUT IT. NOTE: If your V5C does not show your vehicle as HISTORIC, and it is over 40 years old, take your V5C to a Post Office to make the change. Only vehicles with this classification are eligible for the MOT dispensation.
© 2022
Several advertisements evoking a “fuel card” offered by fuel companies allowing you to obtain 200 litres of fuel for 1.95 euros, have appeared on Facebook. According to these posts, the reduction would apply if the user completes a form beforehand. You are then sent to a fake site similar to that of the fuel company, where you must indicate your personal information including your credit card number to pay the 1.95 euro and be able to benefit from the 200 litres of fuel. After which the crooks have plenty of time to use the Internet user’s card. Facebook is supposed to verify the origin of the advertisements but struggles to thwart all the scams. The scammers who developed this fake fuel card are no doubt surfing on the spectacular increase in prices at the pump. Info from: https://time.news/beware-of-fuel-card-scams-relayed-on-facebook/