THE EVENT - 30 June 2019


Please note that the weekend has fallen slightly early this coming year, and so we will be celebrating all things Peugeot at the end of JUNE.

We have been nominated (and successfully shortlisted) for the award of "Outstanding Car Club Single Venue Event or Show". You can see the list of nominees here: National Car Club Awards

Following 2016’s event, we received feedback from Prescott that noise/speeding in the nearby village and the noise on the site later in the evening was unacceptable. Should we not be able to better control this subsequent years, the Club is running the risk of not being able to use this beautiful venue for future events which would be devastating news.

On this basis the Club is working with the local Police to establish cameras/speed traps in the village over the weekend of 29th & 30th June and in addition we will be employing site security to avoid a repeat of 2016’s event when a small minority spoiled the evening for others and left the campsite in a poor state too.

We would respectfully ask that if you are not prepared to adhere to the camping rules detailed below in relation to noise and music, that you do not camp at this event.


Tickets are now available by clicking here.

Traders for 2019

  • Baker BM
  • Comkotes Tuning
  • Desborough Designs
  • Eibach UK
  • John Hancock Freelance Photography
  • Lobster Diecast
  • Miles Hood (corner weighting service)
  • Noz Alls
  • Peugeot Parts Direct
  • Pug 1 Off
  • Rachel Maddox (photographer)
  • RJW Creative Design
  • Steve Heath (autojumble)
  • The Village Print Shop
  • Thomas Whelan (autojumble)
  • ...more to confirm shortly!

Invited Visitors

This section will be continuously updated as we get confirmation of visitors and their cars. Please keep checking back!

Confirmed Visiting Clubs
  • 106 Owners Club
  • 106 Rallye Register
  • 207 Info
  • 208 Owners Club
  • 306 Owners Club
  • 308 Owners Club UK
  • 309 Owners Club
  • 76PerfSwapAuto Club
  • Club Peugeot UK
  • Modified RCZ Owners Club
  • Peugeot 206 Owners Club UK
  • Peugeot Club Belgium
  • Peugeot GTI Club Netherland
  • PSCUK 205 1FM’s
  • RCZ Owners Group
  • Shropshire Performance Owners
  • Southdowns French Car Club
  • The Taxi Rank:
    • 406 Owners Club
    • 407 UK
  • ...more to confirm shortly!

Fun On The Day

Saturday Afternoon/evening activities:

Tug of War (4 per team) for the early evening.

A Peugeot/Festival themed quiz (teams of 4).

Retro Egg 'n' Spoon race

Equally retro (and with more chance of comedy falls) sack race!

Announcements will be made on Saturday afternoon to start these events off. Good luck!

Sunday Activities:

11:30 - 13:30

The SnS and Concours judging will take place.
Entry Tickets are strictly by advance booking, and only 15 tickets will be available in the Club shop, priced at £5 per car.
Any cars taking part MUST be parked in the correct place by 11:00 at the latest.




Awards for the SnS / Concours competition will be presented, once the hill-climb closes.

Important: Cars On The Track

As this is a Peugeot festival, only Peugeot cars will be allowed on track.

The maximum allowable vehicle noise level is 104dB. Any vehicle that exceeds this will not be allowed to use the track at this venue.

All track users must hold a valid driving licence. The event is a non-competitive event and in this regard crash helmets are strongly discouraged.

All vehicles using the venue other than 'static display' vehicles must be insured and hold a valid license for the public highway. The event is not suitable for competition vehicles other than for static display.

Camping At PSCUK’s Peugeot Festival 2019

So why not make your festival experience even better and camp at the site so you feel fresh and raring to go on Sunday morning - or perhaps not after several beers!

All camping tickets are pre-paid only please so that we can manage the volume of attendees and plan the pitch space this way. We are looking into setting up afternoon and evening entertainment to build a 'club spirit' for 2019's show and more information will follow soon in this regard.

Tickets will be available in the PSCUK shop soon.

Members Camping vs Non-Members Camping

Both camping tickets allow you to arrive on the Saturday afternoon between 15:00 and 21:00 (strictly no entry after 21:00) so you can sample a beer (or 5) with your mates as a warm up for the Sunday show (with early entry granted from 07:30 on Sunday). Camping tickets are strictly advance purchase only; turning up on Saturday expecting to get in will result in you being turned away.

Where a Members ticket differs is that Members have access to park in the paddock (as do specially invited clubs).

Camping Rules

Sorry, now the boring bit!
So that we can make this event enjoyable for all and ensure that we can return to Prescott in 2020, please make every effort to follow these rules; failure to do so may result in you being ejected from the site.

Arrival / Departure
Pitches are available from 15:00 on the Saturday. You are requested to vacate your pitch by 10:00 on Sunday please. Camping tickets must be shown on arrival.

Late Arrivals
The last arrival is by 21:00 and admittance will NOT be granted after 21:00. No exceptions, sorry.

Please note that due to fire regulations you must pitch your tent away from the vehicle car parks. The pitches are planned to be around a central Marquee and you will be directed to an area to pitch your tent.

Speed Limit
The speed limit on-site is 5mph. Amy person found damaging the grass by driving recklessly will be asked to leave.

Generators are allowed but cannot be used beyond 22:00. In addition, based on issues at previous events, no sleeping in cars with/without engines running will be allowed.

Because of the danger of damaging the grassed camping area, open fires are not allowed on-site. Barbecues may be lit provided they are raised off the ground and are in a suitable container.Please ensure the smoke and fumes do not annoy other site users.

Under no circumstances must fireworks or other incendiary items be brought into the campsite.

We do not allow pets onto the site under any circumstances, sorry.

Please keep noise at a level which will not disturb other site users, especially between 00:00 and 07:00. No running engines or loud music that can be heard by other campers after 22:00 please.

Toilet Facilities
There is a block of toilets and one (1) shower at Prescott for all to use, free of charge.

We make every effort to keep the site facilities clean and tidy and ask for your assistance in maintaining this standard by using the refuse and recycling bins provided, and by leaving all facilities clean after use.

A copy of these rules will be sent to you with your tickets for reference.


The festival has established itself as the largest all-Peugeot event in the UK and has for the last decade, been held at the picturesque and historic Prescott Hillclimb in the Cotswolds. This year, the club will return for a fun day out for all Peugeot enthusiasts with non-competitive hill-runs and concours examples of the UK's finest sporting Peugeots.

With many interesting and varied Peugeots on show plus confirmed visitors from Europe, there is always something different to see. This includes some interesting vehicles provided by Peugeot and other collections.

The festival is held at:
Prescott Hill
GL52 9RD

We welcome all Peugeot clubs, and look forward to you joining us on 30 June 2019. If you are an official from another Peugeot club, or would like to organise some space if there is no such official, then please contact and we'll put you on the list.

From Birmingham & South West via M5 to junction 9.

From London via A40 to Cheltenham then A435 towards Evesham.

Prescott is situated 5 miles north east of Cheltenham off the A435 (Evesham Road) between Gotherington & Gretton.

RAC sign posted.

Annual event of the Peugeot Sport Club UK
30 June 2019
(camping available from 29 June 2019)


History of the festival

In 1986 the first annual convention was held at Bruntingthorpe in Leicestershire. A venue since used by various other clubs after the Peugeot GTI club paved the way. The annual convention continued to be financed by Peugeot until 1995, which enabled the club to hire Silverstone for a number of years.

Having to be self-financing was proving to be challenging, and less expensive venues had to be found. The motor industry proving ground, near Nuneaton turned out to be a great venue from 1998 through to 2000, but restrictions on this venues usage meant another venue had to be found. 'Pugfest 01' was subsequently held as a static event in 2001, but then with track days ever more popular, and the availability of circuits getting more and more expensive, as well as hard to find, the committee struck upon the idea of a hill climb.

In 2002 the famous Prescott Hill in Gloucestershire was booked, where the convention has been held ever since. Since 2001 the convention has been called 'Pugfest' and has attracted thousands of visitors. 'Pugfest 2010' saw the club celebrating its 25 years of Peugeot enthusiasm!

2014 saw the celebration of 30 years of the 205 GTi with a heartstopping cavalcade up the hillclimb and a similar (albeit smaller) display in 2015 for the 309 GTi anniversary

Since 2017, the event has been known as "PSCUK’s Peugeot Festival"

Why not join us at the next one? All Peugeot owners are welcome to the event.

PSCUK Membership Benefits

Membership is a bargain £20 and includes a joining pack which currently includes a branded tax disc holder and rear window sticker.

Members receive regular issues of our exclusive club magazine, "Torque" that includes road tests of new Peugeot models, news from Peugeot, Race and Rally news plus club news, views and readers letters. We also offer a unique opportunity to get your car featured in the our dedicated Peugeot Sport Club magazine.

We pay a substantial but competitive fee for the issue of this quality publication but we feel that this offers our members more that just a discussion forum - more of a whole club experience in our opinion.

*We do not make any profit from the membership fees that we charge. The Torque publication costs in excess of £1300 per issue and the Paypal/Worldpay fees and joining pack costs means that we break even on our membership fee. We are committed to not increasing this membership fee as we believe it offers good value. We are a club run by members for members and this ethos is one we will not deviate from.

Members also benefit from:

  • Club Website at with members only area
  • Download over 700+ files of unique Peugeot information from our extensive on-line library - the biggest in the world!
  • MSA membership
  • Our own National annual summer festival - The UK's largest gathering of Sporting Peugeots and Owners, with discounted entry and paddock parking exclusivity for members
  • Club Insurance Schemes
  • Discounts on parts and labour at many Peugeot dealers and specialists
  • Discounts at various events throughout the year, including recent Curborough visits which saw substantial discounts for members
  • Discounted exclusive Club merchandise with more in development (including discounted prices on re-manufactured parts - our new continued initiative for which we have even more parts planned)
  • Local group meetings and events
  • TV and Magazine Features
  • Have a chance of getting your car on the PSCUK Classic Car Show stand at the NEC in November 2019 (subject to stand approval)
  • Technical support

Have your say about how the club is run at our Annual General Meeting, held in October at the Coventry Motor Museum

So - why not join us and help support the original Peugeot GTI Club!

Become a member here.