Jaguar show at Drum

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Over one hundred avid Jaguar enthusiasts from in and around the North-east are expected to descend on the grounds of Drum Castle on Sunday, 31 July, for one of Grampian’s biggest car shows.

In its twelfth year, the Annual Gathering and Car Show - hosted by the Grampian Region of Jaguar Enthusiasts’ Club (JEC) - will showcase iconic Jaguars and Daimlers dating back as far as 1950, as well as renowned classics and modern favourites.

Every year JEC invite a guest car club to join in the showcase and this year the stage will be shared with Lotus cars. The Grampian club is expecting to welcome a number of these guest cars – two of which are being driven a distance of over 375 miles from Huddersfield, especially for the event.

This year will see all the proceeds from the event go to Aberdeen-based charity Friends of ANCHOR, which is committed to ensuring every cancer patient in the North-east receives the best possible care, treatment and support through, and after their diagnosis.

Sarah-Jane Milne, PR & Fundraising Manager at Friends of ANCHOR said; “We are delighted, and incredibly grateful, that JEC has chosen Friends of ANCHOR to benefit from the proceeds of their 12th Annual Gathering this year.”

The show will take place from 12 noon until 4pm. For more information visit the Grampian JEC website at or the Friends of ANCHOR website at