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Defender Jam 2018 @ Monachyle Mhor

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Defender Jam is an annual family festival set in the stunning backdrop of Monachyle Mhor, Balquhidder, near Callander. The idea behind this is to bring together like-minded people who like Land Rovers, good food and drink and a fun and sociable day that the whole family will enjoy. The venue is just 20 minutes drive from Balquhidder Mhor Lodges.

This is what the organisers said obaout last years event:

"Defender Jam 2017 was loads of fun. We had classic Series 1, 2 and 3, 101s, 90s, 110s, Discos 1-5, Freelanders, Range Rovers, Evoque, RRC, G4, Range Rover Sports, Cuthbertson recreation from Lix Toll, Towtruck, Fire Engine, Ambulance, right up to modern day tuned vehicles from Bespoke, Twisted Automotive, Bowler Motorsport and a couple of Adventures.

There were Scotland’s top specialists Gibsons Auto Spares, 4×4 Hire Scotland, Strathearn Engineering, Engine 710, 4×4 Overlander, Amazing Days, Lix Toll and more. There was Barbour, The North Face clothing and more from CCW, lovely brisket meat served from the 130 smoker of Fox Hat Food Company, great coffee served from Bonnie Mountain Coffee’s 110, Guerilla Cast and Piste,  Treehouse Tech,  MacLeod Lettings, Handsome Jacks barbers cutting hair on the back of a cattle wagon, and so much more, including live music, DJs – Normski, Joshua, Mash, Attic Room Sessions with Jay Gunning and live music from The Weegie Beats, bouncy castle, mini Land Rovers,  auto jumble, green lane track, art, merchandise, clothes, stalls, good food and drink, and amazing company, all with the stunning backdrop of Monachyle Mhor."

You can book a camping spot or just turn up on the day. This is NOT just for owners, but a family day for fans.

PS. It is not essential to be driving a Land Rover!

Please note – We are dog and child friendly!

There will be a late breakfast barbeque for those who stayed over, whether that be in Monachyle Mhor, camping, or nearby sister motel Mhor 84.

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