and website changes
Latest Newsletters from:
Cotswold Section 'Covid-19' newsletters
Issue 1 - here
: Issue 2 - here
: Issue 3 - here
: Issue 4 - here
: Issue 5 - here
: Issue 6 - here
: Issue 7 - here : Issue 8 - here
Issue 9 - here
: Issue 10 - here
: Issue 11 - here
REGS AND ENTRY FORMS CAN BE FOUND ON THE EVENTS CALENDAR PAGE
website storage has now reached it's maximum and is slowing down, so in
order to ensure that it loads faster, I have removed some of the older
posts. There were quite a few going back to 2009. I've kept just the
past 3 years online. If anyone wants access to older pages for photos
etc, then I have retained all the copies and can forward them.
Apologies for anyone who has tried to contact me recently as our phone
line has been in and out of action for over two weeks, so only now am I
trying to catch up, as things seem to have stabilised at last.
I'm told that there were 21 bikes at Pete Newton's funeral, which went
Other news is that the NHS are taking over the Shepton Mallet, West of
England show ground from December until the 21st April. The Bristol
Classic Bike show has been tentatively pencilled in for July. The
Somerset Section Autojumble, normally in February, has also been
funeral is to take place at the Coychurch Crematorium on Thursday 12th
November at 1.30pm. We have been asked if we can attend on
where possible. The arrangements are to meet at Thunder Road
Motorcycles at 1pm, so that we can all ride together.
I've just heard that one of our members, Peter Newton has passed away:
The latest CMB magazine is now on the button above.
most will know there is a VMCC forum, for members to interact with each
other. Against my better judgement, I joined and found some of the
posts interesting, however, there was an atmosphere of "don't dare to
question the management" and I was rebuked for simply asking how many
redundancies were there to be at HQ. Today, I have received information
about a second forum that has been set up to be able to discuss the
management of the club in a more open manner - details here,
if you wish to join, just follow the link in the document.
DUE TO THE NEW LOCK DOWNS IN CAERPHILLY AND RCT, OUR MONDAY EVENING
MEETINGS ARE POSTPONED AT THE LLANHARRY CLUB.
THE RUN SCHEDULED FOR
THE 27th SEPTEMBER IS ALSO CANCELLED
I'm pleased to report that Stewart was discharged from Hospital
yesterday and is now at home.
Botterfield was taken into hospital last night. The hospital are
currently running tests on him and I'm told that he is sitting up and
At last evenings meeting it was decided to hold an 'End of Year run' on
Sunday the 27th September. Starting from outside the Nantgarw Multi
plex Cinema at 10.30am. Please do make the effort to get a bike out for
first post lock down meeting had seven attend last night.
the 25th is the first Wednesday evening ride out and goes to the
Creigiau Inn - meet there for 7pm. 6.30pm if you wish to eat.
First Monday evening meeting tonight - hope to see you there. Some
notes on the West South Wales Section weekend are now on the reports page.
The FBHVC have asked if as many people as possible can complete their
"Enthusiast survey" - please have a go -
Latest CMB newsletter now on the above button
We ran the Roof of Wales run, organised by Geoff H and were joined by a
few from the West South Wales Section. Some notes and photos on the Reports page in the
Lounge. Don't forget that our fortnightly Monday meetings commence on
the 24th at the Llanharry club - see you there.