Buckingham & Stanley Group Latest News

Buckingham & Stanley sponsoring local Point-to-Point meetings

28-01-2019

We are pleased to announce Buckingham & Stanley will be sponsoring the upcoming Point-to-Point meetings at Horseheath Racecourse 🏇 Saturday 2nd February 2019 - Thurlow Meeting (Rescheduled Saturday 16th February) 🏇 Sunday 3rd March 2019 - Cambridgeshire & Enfield Meeting…

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Cambridge MG recognised for outstanding work in aftersales

10-11-2018

Our MG aftersales team were recognised at the recent annual MG Conference for excellent work There  was particular praise for the companies social media campaigns, keeping customers informed and entertained with current offerings A commemorative plaque was presented to our MD Andrew…

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Tim lands training award

17-09-2018

Tim Morley, our MG workshop specialist has been presented an award in recognition of achieving the top level of aftersales training  Here he is pictured with regional manager Simon Clifford who presented him with his glass trophy  

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New MG3 lands at the dealership

07-09-2018

The exciting new MG3 has landed in Cambridge boasting a raft of improvements over the existing model, including a 7 inch touch screen with Apple car play, new seats, brand new diamond cut alloys and a class leading 7 year warranty starting at just £9495, why not call us to book a test drive…

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Marking 50 years with the launch of MG's ZS

12-12-2017

Buckingham and Stanley started its 50th anniversary celebrations with a party to launch the all-new MG ZS. The Trumpington-based car dealership treated its customers to fish and chips and a selection of real ales while they enjoyed listening to the retro sounds of top band Mikado Grande. But the…

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Ryan wins Subaru Apprentice of the Year 2016

16-11-2016

We are pleased to announce that Ryan (20 year old - Subaru Apprentice Technician) has won the Subaru UK  Apprentice Technician of the Year 2016. Ryan joined our team 3 years ago at 17 years of age having completed up to Level 2 in college, and felt that a work placement would…

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