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The Vintage MotorCycle Club Ltd.

 

Website updated 17th January 2022

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Section Constitution

Welcome to the VMCC's Bedfordshire Section website.

The section meets at the Memorial Hall, Shefford on the second Thursday in the month from 8pm on.

The premier event for the section is the Albert Brown run which is usually held in early July. See the Albert Brown run page.

 

February's club-night

February's club-night will be a talk on Thursday, 13th January by Don McKeand on the subject "Ten Countries in Five Days" at the Memorial Hall, Shefford 7.30 for 8:0pm

"Keeping dry and warm" the online entertainment provided as an alternative to January's clubnight is available here.

 

Mid-week lunches

Once again organised by Richard Chambers, January's mid-week lunch will be on Thursday, 20th at the Musgrave Arms, Shillington, noon

 

Breakfast meetings

The next breakfast meet will be on Sunday, 30th January at a venue to be confirmed, from 10.00am.

 

Roger & Arthur King Memorial Run: Entry Form

This year's Roger & Arthur King Memorial Run will be held on Sunday, May 15th and entry forms are now available for download here.

 

Diary of events

The diary of events is now available to view here on the Events page. This will be updated as further details become available.

Copies are available here as a 'Word' document and here as a PDF.

 

VMCC Beds Newsletter

Bryan's email newsletter has metamorphosed into the VMCC Beds News and for those who haven't received their copy by email here is a link to the current issue.

There are links to previous Newsletters on the the archive page .

 

Archive

There is now an archive page which contains links to previous Newsletters and Virtual Clubnights

 

AGM 2021

The Chairman's & secretary's reports for this year's AGM are now available to browse here.

 

Not unexpectedly the turnout for December's auction was not as large as for previous auctions but there was a good selection of items for sale - 86 in all. Top price was paid for a high-level exhaust pipe. In all the total hammer price was £230 while at the end of the night the cash in hand was £240 thanks to the generosity of some purchasers who wouldn't take their change.

Of the taking £50 will be donated to the memorial Hall and the balance £190 to the Diabetic Charity. Well done everyone!


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