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ALL THE LATEST NEWS, VIEWS AND STORIES FROM AROUND YOUR LOCAL AREA:AUGUST/SEPTEMBER


COCKERMOUTH STAMP CLUB


On Thursday 23rd August, the Annual Auction features over 450 lots with estimates from £1.00 to £150.00. Viewing is from 10.30am and the sale starts at 11.30am.


~ AUTUMN PROGRAMME ~


Dumfries Stamp Club provide the entertainment on 27th September, when their members head south to display some their collections.


On 28th October, the topic is Members’ Displays; Foreign Countries. Guests are always welcome at the Friends Meeting House, Kirkgate, Cockermouth.


Meetings start at 11.00am and refreshments are provided.


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WIGTON MOTOR CLUB


Wigton Motor Club has been a consistently successful club over the years and it has never been afraid to change its focus and take on new challenges. It covers a wide spectrum of motorsport, with its members taking part in racing, speed events, trials, classic tours, autotests, historic and targa rallies with the odd stage event. Much the same applies to the events the Club runs, which reflect the diverse interests on both motorsport sport and classic car events.


These days, the Club’s 850 members are spread all over the northern half of Cumbria, many of course in the Wigton and Cockermouth areas. By the time you read this, we will have held the Cumbria Classic Weekend with the Cumbria Classic and Motorsport Show at Dalemain, which this year has a record number of entries.


Much of the success of the Club is down to how it works to encourage new blood, particularly amongst younger enthusiasts. In the past, the Club ran a Novice Speed Scholarship, which brought six new competitors into the sport. On historic and targa events, there are discounted entries for new competitors and the club is sponsoring Sam Kirkpatrick in racing and Jack Palmer in autotesting.


The Club’s award-winning monthly magazine ‘Start Line’ contains articles covering the full spectrum of motorsport and classic car events. We are fortunate in having a team of six contributors who have years of experience in their specific field and provide great insight and knowledge about motoring and the sport.


WWW.THECOCKERMOUTHPOST.CO.UK


Motorsport is a year-long activity, although the outdoor show season tends to be from Easter to October. During the Bank Holiday weekend, there is the Oulton Park Gold Cup, which will see some of our members taking part, while the rounds of the Gates/Protyre Historic and Targa Rally Championship continue with the finale being our Solway Historic and Targa Rallies on 14th October.


Our members are always interested to hear of cars and abandoned projects that might be of interest. They could be a restoration project that is not commercially viable, or as a source of parts of


another restoration. We can be contacted via our website or Facebook page.


Graeme Forrester www.wigtonmc.co.uk Facebook: Wigton Motor Club email: Gtfmg@yahoo.co.uk


ISSUE 428 | 23 AUGUST 2018 | 51


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