drawingsmlHere is where we’ll publish a rolling list of events:

Key to Events

drawingsmldrawingsml = Events organised by the Fiat 500 Club for members and their guests only, full details of these events can be found in the club magazine

drawingsml = Events organised by others but with a club presence. 

 = Events that may be of interest to our members but no known club presence.

For all events plans may well change so please check again closer to the time, with the named contact or on event websites.



21st – 22nd May – NEW EVENT!

drawingsmlSupercars & Classics Weekend, Stonor Park, Henley-on-Thames, RG9 6HF

We have been invited to show our classic Fiat 500’s at this event and we will be having a club stand for the weekend.

We would ideally love for as many members to be there as early as possible so other visitors can enjoy seeing the cars, but we have set aside a dedicated car club space where all the invited clubs can park up.

There will be food and drink, entertainment, a retail village, and main stage with interviews by Steve Rider, our club president.

If any of our members who are coming are bringing children, they get free access to enjoy Tumblestone Hollow –

The atmosphere is a garden party with lots of beautiful and fun cars.

All tickets need to be pre-booked and cars registered.

We can offer a preferential ticket price of £20 for Saturday and £17.50 for Sunday for using our club code – please contact Laura with your membership number for the code.


I do hope you will be able to join us either for one day or both!

If you need any further details please see the website or email Laura on


29th May

drawingsml Scottish Italian Car Day, Hopetoun House, Nr Edinburgh

If anyone is interested in going please email Shona at for more information.

2nd – 5th June

drawingsmldrawingsml Fiat 500 Club 30th Anniversary Event, Royal Agricultural University, Cirencester, Glos, GL7 6JS

Based at the Royal Agricultural University, Cirencester. The weekend will enjoy the sights and delights of the Cotswolds, and will be full of activities, drive outs to places of interest and fun for all our members, their 500’s both classic and modern to celebrate this occasion. Accommodation is available on site however no dogs are allowed, there are facilities to camp nearby.

If you can’t make it for the whole weekend it would be great to see you members for 1, 2 or 3 days and  there is the possibility of the accommodation being for 1, 2 or 3 nights as well. Please contact the team for more details.

It would be great to see as many club members and 500’s as possible to celebrate 30 years of the club, its set to be a great weekend and one not to be missed.

If you would like further information in the mean time please contact the committee by email:



12th June

drawingsml Bromley Pageant of Motoring, Norman Park Bromley, BR2 9EF

This show has been unable to go head for the last 2 years due to the pandemic and is returning in June. Please apply to display your 500 with the access code and the link to purchase tickets for the show on 12th June 2022 is:   


The access code for members to book is – IN YOUR FEBRUARY ISSUE OF 500 NEWS!!

The price is £7 per car (plus booking fee).  Each pass is valid for 2 adults and 2 children aged 5-15 (under 5’s are free).  The closing date for booking is on 5th June 2022. 
All cars will receive a commemorative show plaque.
This show will permit both classics and modern models.
For any members attending please be kind enough to let me know, Lisa.

12th June


Luton Festival of Transport, Stockwood Park, Farley Hill, Luton, LU1 5NT

We are having a club stand at the show from 10am to 4pm. There is no charge however members should book through the websites below:

For online booking just go to  forms and more information at

For more details contact Colin

18th & 19th June

drawingsmlCars at the Castle, Hever Castle, Kent, TN8 7NG

Lovely show in the beautiful grounds on Hever Castle to tie-in in with Father’s Day weekend. I only plan on having a club stand on one day. Classics and modern models welcome. Tickets £10 per car.
If you are interested in attending please contact Lisa (London and SE Events rep)

drawingsml19th June

 Bath Festival of Motoring, Walcott Rugby Ground, Lansdown, Bath, BA1 9BJ

Classic car and bike show, for more details and to book your car in go to or contact Dave Knott

19th June
drawingsmlMITCAR, Kedleston Hall, Derby, DE22 5JH
If you are interested in displaying your car with the club please contact Tom 
Midlands Italian Car day. It’s a fabulous venue, scene of Midlands Italian Car Day’s first edition way back in 2001!!

We will have advance tickets available for our event on this page and there will be special discount admission available on the day for the House itself which is entirely optional.

Organised by The Alfa Romeo Owners Club, we expect support from all the Italian marques as we have every year.  ALL Italian cars present will be arranged in a display on the extensive lawns by the house. There’s no need to book!   MITCAR is organised by Alfa Romeo Owners Club East Midlands Section.

19th June

Marsworth Steam & Classic Vehicle Rally, Tring, Bucks, HP23 4LN

A show for all and a great family day out. All show cars are free entry but must be registered before 1st May details on

9th July

 Auto Italia Northern Italian Day, Raby Castle, Darlington, DL2 3AH

A meeting for all Italian cars more details at

10th July

drawingsml Classic Car Show, Culford, IP28 6TX DEADLINE TO APPLY 31st MARCH!!

We are having a club stand and spaces are limited to 10 cars, please support our newest area organiser and register to attend asap with Colin Brunt More details at

7th August

drawingsml Rushden Classic Car & Bike Show, Hall Park, Rushden, NN10 9NG

Classic car show for all the family, for more details Please contact Rod to book your 500 in to the show as we have spaces reserved! £5 per car. 

14th August

drawingsml Festival Italia, Brands Hatch, Kent,

We are having a club stand, spaces will be limited please contact Laura to book your 500 in asap. More details at or contact Laura

4th September

drawingsml Wings & Wheels, International Bomber Command Centre, Lincoln, LN4 2HQ

Classic car show for all the family, the Bomber Command Experience Centre will also be open, a great day out for all. To book your 500 in go to the events section at or contact Laura

24th – 25th September

drawingsml Sywell Classic Pistons & Props, Sywell Aerodrome, Northants, NN6 0BN

We are having a club stand please contact Rod to register your 500 to attend More details at

11th – 13th November

drawingsmlNEC Classic Car Show, NEC Birmingham, B40 1NT

We are hoping to have a club stand to celebrate our 30th Anniversary and the 65th Anniversary of the Fiat 500. If you would be interested in displaying your 500 please contact Laura

27th November

drawingsmldrawingsml AGM & Winter Lunch

More details to follow contact Colin



16th – 19th June 2023

drawingsmldrawingsml Derbyshire Discovery Tour

We have now done the initial planning for this tour around the scenic Peak District. Based out of Baslow where there is a variety of accommodation to suit most tastes and a campsite, we are planning three circular routes on the Friday, Saturday and Sunday of around 45 – 55 miles each. Folk will be free to join for all or any of the days.

We have been visiting the Peak District for years but found some fabulous scenic drives in areas new to us. Visit the grand estates such as Chatsworth, drive the dramatic “Cat & Fiddle” road to 1,700 feet over the moors (in the past it gained a reputation of being used by mad motorcyclists but there are so many speed cameras these days it is completely safe), for the foodies, we aim to visit Bakewell for a famous pie and the equally well known Hartington Cheese Shop. We are also planning to visit some lovely places like Tissington and Castleton and probably take a peak (excuse the pun!) into one of several caverns in the area. On the Sunday we are planning to drive over Mam Tor with it’s stunning views of Winnats Pass – they say on a clear day that you can see all the way to Manchester! – and we will try and fit in a visit to the famous “plague” village of Eyam where the villagers made the heroic decision to quarantine themselves to prevent the spread of the disease. As you will gather a lot to see and we may not be able to do it all but we will do our best.

Finally, If you like walking, you can’t visit the Peak District without taking your boots and so we will be arranging to stay on an extra night or two for those who want a break from driving and a chance to enjoy some fabulous walking country.

To register interest please contact or 07976 921986