Welcome To The Old Lawnmower Club

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The Old Lawnmower Club was formed in 1990 to promote the collection, preservation and display of lawn mowers made from 1830 onwards. We have more than 500 members around the world.

Membership is open to anyone with an interest in old lawn mowers. We participate in a number of events throughout the year at museums, garden shows, vintage rallies and steam fairs. You can find out more about what we do on this site.

Annual Rally Report 2019

It's been a couple of weeks since our Annual Rally at Milton Keynes Museum so it's high time we posted a few images and publish details of this year's award winners. This year we had almost 100 members attending at some point over the weekend and well over 100 machines on display on the Sunday. Follow these links to see a selection of mowers on display and a few of the personalities at the event. This year our theme was "the first mower in my collection" and most of the people in the picture are with the mower that started their collections.

We've already posted details of the auction results elsewhere but you can see who won the Andrew Grout Plate, the Charlie Jones Award and the other awards.

Annual Rally Auction 2019

The auction is one of the most popular features of our Annual Rally at Milton Keynes Museum. It gives our members a chance to add to their collections without the hassle of going to junk sales or using online auction sites. On the other hand, it also gives our members a good way to pass on unwanted and duplicate mowers to other collectors and fellow enthusiasts.

We've been holding the auction for some years now and during that time we've seen hundreds of mowers and associated items bought and sold. The small commission we charge is donated the museum. You can see a list of the entries for this year's auction here (we'll be adding to the list in the run up to the event but we cannot accept late entries).

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