Royal Windsor Jaguar Festival


Royal Windsor Jaguar Festival will see one of the largest single gatherings of Jaguar cars at Windsor Castle on the weekend of 7th May 2017.
Up to 250 classic Jaguars expected to parade through Windsor Town and Windsor Castle Quadrangle.
A further 750 Jaguars to join the festivities by lining The Long Walk and open to the public free of charge.
Royal Windsor Jaguar Festival organised by the Jaguar Enthusiasts’ Club and supported by Jaguar Classic to raise funds for The Prince Philip Trust.
The Royal Windsor Jaguar Festival is set to be one of the biggest and best yet as the event plans to host one of the largest single gatherings of Jaguars, SS cars and Daimlers ever on the weekend of 7th May 2017.

Organised by the Jaguar Enthusiasts Club and supported by Jaguar Classic, the two-day festival will raise funds in aid of The Prince Philip Trust, which provides support to the local community through social welfare and the advancement of education for young people.

The festivities begin with a stunning parade of up to 250 Jaguars from both past and present through Windsor Town centre and into the Windsor Castle Quadrangle before going on display at the Frogmore Cricket Club for the public to enjoy. However, the excitement does not end there as a further 750 Jaguars are expected to line The Long Walk giving the public a chance to admire models covering over 80 years of Jaguar’s rich heritage.

Tim Hannig, Director, Jaguar Land Rover Classic, said: “Jaguar Classic aims to nurture the passion for the brand through events such as this and we are proud to support the Royal Windsor Jaguar Festival. Seeing close-on 1,000 Jaguars in one place will be a rare opportunity for the public to witness such a diverse collection of privately owned models.”

Peter Purdom, Chairman, Jaguar Enthusiasts’ Club, said: “The Jaguar Enthusiasts’ Club boasts 16,000 members making it the World’s largest Jaguar club. Over the weekend event, the first night will see the Jaguar Enthusiasts club host a champagne reception in St George’s Hall, Windsor Castle, which will welcome 400 guests with the aim of raising funds in aid of The Prince Philip Trust. On the second day, we look forward to treating the public to an amazing display of Jaguar cars, which will all be arranged in chronological order, and will give people a fantastic insight into Jaguar’s enviable history.”