Mini - 50th Anniversary

50th Anniversary

Several key events marked the 50th Anniversary of the Mini in 2009.

On 13 January 2009, The Royal Mail released a limited edition of stamps entitled ‘British Design Classics’ that featured an original, Egg-Shell Blue, MK1 Mini, registration XAA 274.

On 25 May 2009, 10,000 Minis and 25,000 people attended an anniversary party at Silverstone Circuit in Northamptonshire.

Between 7–10 August 2009 approximately 4000 minis from around the world congregated at Longbridge Birmingham to celebrate the 50th Birthday of the Mini.

Finally, on 26 August 2009, smallcarBIGCITY launched in London to provide sightseeing tours of the capital in a fleet of restored Mini Coopers.

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