Maurice McGladdery gave me a USB stick at last night’s Club Night, so this morning, I’ve been sifting through various directories and files on it. It contains 250+ high quality photos of the First Weymouth Week held in May 2009, all taken by Mick Barraclough from the Sheffield Section and used here with permission — thanks Mick.
But it also has the route sheets, in PDF format, for the various runs held during the 2009 and 2010 Weymouth Weeks. These are certainly the finest route sheets I’ve ever seen on a VMCC event, so I include them here as perfect examples for all you future run organisers! In the meantime, I must speak with Maurice on how these were put together….
Now, without looking at the route sheets above, how many places do you recognise? I’ve spotted Stourhead, Weymouth Pavilion, Mangerton Mill, Swanage Railway, Cerne Abbas, Wimborne Model Village, Portland Bill, Hardy’s Monument, Moreton, etc.
It looks to have been a great week with fine weather; sorry I missed it.
A warning to all members of this group regarding the activities of one Joshua Wexham, who markets classic bikes under “Josh Buys Bikes” “We Sell Classic Bikes” and other names. He is the son of one Paul Wexham, who has been banned from running a company for nine years by the British Government for fraudulent business practices. The father used to run an operation known as “Cotswold Classics” which became insolvent in 2016.
I’ve had a few people ask me about the outcome of yesterday’s VMCC AGM held at Gaydon, so with Peter Miller’s help, the key points are below. If you want to see what people thought about the running of the AGM, you’ll have to view the numerous comments on the VMCC Forum.
At the AGM:
Rob Reaney was NOT re-elected as a Director
Brian Southam was NOT re-elected as a Director
Justin Harvey-James WAS re-elected as a Director
In the post-AGM Meeting, it was confirmed that:
Justin Harvey-James is Chairman
Jim Lee stays as Director
John Donaldson co-opted to remain as a Director for a limited period to help resolve immediate financial issues.
Dave Sellars submitted his resignation, but was persuaded to temporarily withdraw resignation to retain a quorum pending new Directors being co-opted.
First Management meeting to be held on 28th March 2018
We are sad to report the death of Brian Vincent who passed away at home
in Gillingham on the 20th February. A long term VMCC member who rode
and supported the club until recently when he stopped ridding due to ill health.
The funeral will take place at Yeovil Crematorium on Wednesday 14th March at 11.20