Gloucestershire Noggin

The Gloucestershire Noggin normally meets at The White Hart, Broadoak, Newnham, GL14 1JB (on the A48 between Gloucester and Chepstow)

The normal meeting day is the 1st Thursday of each month and normally starts at 7 pm (1900)

Colin Walker is the Noggin Secretary who can be contacted at 

See the UK Noggins List page for details

Welcome to the Gloucestershire Noggin

We are a friendly small band of enthusiastic Scimitar owners who meet on a monthly basis for a drink, food and discussion about all things Reliant Scimitar (plus many other conversations).

We normally meet on the 1st Thursday of each month at approximately 7 pm (1900) and our usual meeting place is the The White Hart, Broadoak, Newnham, GL14 1JB (on the A48 between Gloucester and Chepstow). However, on occasion, we hold meetings at another venue to share the travelling distance across the county.

The Noggin Members have a range of Scimitars including GT Coupe (SE4), SE5a, SE6b, GTC and Sabre mk2 (please see the photos and details below).

We would welcome new attendees so if you are a Scimitar owner and/or new member and live in the area please do make contact or join us at one of our meetings – you will be most welcome.


This listing will be updated frequently so please check regularly

We are keen to support classic car events and attend shows in the vicinity.

Also see the RSSOC Calendar page and the UK Noggins list page.

CW – Scimitar Sabre Mk 2 manufactured 1994 and purchased by the current owner in 2016. In its original Brilliant Racing Green it has required minor attention (water pump, light clusters) and, more recently, a windbreak has been fitted.

JK – Scimitar GTE SE5 (8 Ball) and Scimitar GT Coupé SE4.

NCR – Scimitar SE6a first registered March 1977 and purchased by the current owner in August 2016. Six previous owners, who maintained and upgraded the vehicle (leather trimmed seats, galvanised chassis) and more recently a full re-spray. It attended the Scimitar International Event in 2017 and is mainly used as a touring car.

TH – Scimitar SE6b manufactured 1983 and purchased by the current owner’s father in 1990 and inherited in 2008. It had been maintained assiduously by the family including, more recently, repairing the sunroof, fitting a new headlining and carpets, refurbishing the Wolfrace wheels and re-plating the rear window surround.

DC - Scimitar GTC (production number 418) manufactured 1985 and recently purchased by the current owner in February 2022. The car was originally fitted with steel wheels, but now has Wolfrace and both a hard and soft top.