Welcome to Peak & Dukeries Land Rover Club
Thank you for visiting the website of Peak & Dukeries Land Rover Club (1983) Ltd, and Peak & Dukeries Off Road Club
The Club was formed in 1964, when the Rover Company divided its Owners Club into autonomous regional clubs. The Club draws its membership mainly from North Derbyshire, South Yorkshire and North Nottinghamshire and even Lincolnshire. P&D LRC is a member of the Association of Land Rover Clubs (ALRC) and is affiliated to the Motorsport UK.
We run cross country trials and competitive safari events primarily for Land Rover vehicles. For less experienced or new drivers, with or without a license and young drivers aged 13+ we run Tyros.
From Easter to the beginning of November events are run on Saturdays and Sundays, with camping available. Over the winter period events are held on Sundays only.
All P&D LRC events are OPEN to other Motorsport UK affiliated clubs that are not affiliated to the ALRC and may include non Land Rover vehicles.
To enable P&D LRC members to use non-ALRC compliant motors in P&D LRC Open events or to compete with these motors in non-ALRC Club events P&D LRC members have an option to apply for a membership card issued by Peak & Dukeries Off Road Club Ltd (P&D ORC)
Anybody who wants to drive or navigate at an event will need a Motorsport UK RS Clubman licence. This licence is free of charge and can be obtained using the simple online application. Forms will also be available when signing-on at events.
Some members like to explore the countryside using unsurfaced roads (green lanes), especially in the Peak District. To play our part in trying to keep these historic tracks available to enjoy P&D LRC supports the Green Lane Association (GLASS). If you want to do this please observe the GLASS Code of Conduct to try to mitigate the hostility from anti-motorist groups, especially in the Peak Park. See the Links page for useful mapping information about "green lanes".