About us

 The Sussex and Kent Weald Stationary Engine Group 

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The Sussex and Kent Weald Stationary Engine Group is a not for Profit Group (or Club) The Group caters for people’s interest in the heritage and  restoration of  Internal Combustion Stationary Engines as used in Agriculture and Industry.

We are a  growing club with 220+ members and are always willing to accept more!

Whether you have an engine or not, or you are simply looking for information, we would like to hear from you, all are welcome to join in  – for a membership form – click here 

( membership is currently £16 a year)

We run and support events  for showing engines and hold regular meetings during the Winter in both Sussex and Kent. Often we have a speaker or a film/slide show, sometimes a quiz and always a natter – it’s always a  friendly gathering with refreshments available .

We also run occasional coach trips to interesting venues around the Country, often including some  private locations where public access is not normally allowed. – for information seecoach trips”  tab  on the main menu.

The aims of the club are the preservation, presentation and use of bygone agricultural/industrial engines, implements, tools, vintage machinery and model engines. Although based primarily on the interest in Stationary Engines, the club also welcomes owners or enthusiasts of vintage and classic cars, motorcycles, commercial vehicles ,horticultural equipment and steam engines.

During the Year. the club is involved with running many events as well as supporting many of the larger steam and vintage rallies. During the year  a series of smaller events and shows for club members are also held around the South East, (see the “events” tab on the main menu for details).

To keep members informed of what’s happening, with news ,gossip and other items the S&KWSEG produce their own written  journal, ‘Weald Power’ which appears 4 times per year and is free to members.

And of course there is this website –  and the

Group Facebook Page