Rolls Royce & Bentley Enthusiasts' Club - Surrey Section

Member Focused News & Social Events

With thanks to Tony Okker for his photos of our recent event at Hever Castle 20th June 2021.  More photos in the events gallery for this event.

Surrey Section, established in 1983, is one of the most active sections within the Rolls-Royce Enthusiasts’ Club for Rolls-Royce and Bentley motor cars, and organises and participates in several charity, social and car-related events every month throughout the year. As well as giving car owners the opportunity to get more pleasure from driving their vehicles both in this country and on our pre-covid regular continental tours. We encourage family involvement, partners, children, grandchildren and even pets will find many Surrey Section events of interest.

As with all car clubs, members help each other with technical queries and advice on their cars and we enjoy an excellent relationship with many related trade concerns who give us their enthusiastic support.

Surrey Section has a website that is up to date with all the social activities, booking forms and photo galleries of members cars and past activities.

Surrey Section also publishes four seasonal Newsletters that are sent free to all members. In it you will find reports on past events and a diary of future events along with the appropriate booking forms. Reports from your committee, interesting articles, trade advertisements, car sales, photos of your cars and activities make it a worthwhile and interesting publication.
Membership of £15.00 annually due on the 1st of January.

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Over £30,000 was raised by Surrey Section in 2021!

A major focus of RREC-Surrey Section is our charity fundraising! As part of the national Rolls Royce and Bentley Enthusiasts club our local section not only promotes the popularity of our classic cars with several events throughout the year but Surrey section has always focused our energy on raising funds for local charities.   We have annually supported our member's pet projects, Shooting Star Children's Hospices;  The Rainbow Trust; Lily Foundation and Help for the Heroes. In 2021 we have also made a donation to Challengers that provides play, activities and respite to disabled children aged 2-18 and their families across the South East.  For our Christmas Lunch on the 5th of December 2021 our nominated charity was the Queen Elizabeth's Foundation for disabled children and adults.  An amazing £16,000 was raised in memory of the Longley brothers.