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Scootering June 2010 (issue 228)

Scootering October 2009

Scooters mark St George’s Day in style

Haverhill Echo, April 2009

Warren ‘Bomber’ Brown with his Vespa Rally 200. <br />H0904-54-002
Warren ‘Bomber’ Brown with his Vespa Rally 200.
Published Date: 03 May 2009
THERE was quite a sight in Haverhill on Sunday lunchtime, heading from the Woolpack up Withersfield Road and onto the A1307.
Replacing the queues for the traffic lights at the Tesco was a group of 58 scooters buzzing their way out of the town to join up with scooter enthusiasts in Cambridge for the annual St George’s Day ride through the city.
Members of Haverhill Circles Scooter Club met fellow enthusiasts from Sudbury and Coasters Clubs at Haverhill’s The Woolpack before heading off to Cambridge, where roads were closed off to allow the riders to travel safely through, watched by many spectators.
Paul Firman, chairman of Haverhill Circles, said: “The sight of them going away was quite fantastic.”
More than 300 scooters rode through Cambridge for the event, organised by Cambridge Scooter Club, with around a sixth of that number having travelled from Haverhill.
For more information about Haverhill Circles Scooter Club, go to www.haverhillscooterclub.co.uk

Sudbury – Scooter boys back in town

Suffolk Free Press, April 2008

Published Date: 24 April 2008
Sudbury came to a near standstill on Saturday as close to 200 scooters invaded the town.
Enthusiasts from as far away as the Isle of Wight were among the swarm of riders who made their way from Colchester to Sudbury for the town’s annual scooter extravaganza.
They reached the town centre at 2pm and formed a procession around the one-way system before heading back to Sudbury Rugby Club, in Great Cornard, for a customised scooter show and live music.
“It was a fantastic turnout, a lot bigger than last year,” said organiser and Sudbury Scooter Club member Warren Brown. “We had people from the Isle of Wight, Great Yarmouth, Peterborough, Cambridge and across the whole of the region.
“It was an amazing experience when we reached Sudbury. Everyone was looking at us thinking ‘what on earth is going on?’ “
The afternoon of music included a performance by local teenagers FATE (Friends Amongst the Enemy) and ska music from duo Seventh Step.
“It was a fantastic day,” said Mr Brown. “The music and entertainment were great.”
Next year Sudbury Scooter Club hopes to attract even more people to the event by turning it into a weekend music festival.
Anyone wanting more information or to join Sudbury Scooter Club should visit www.sudburyscooterclub.co.uk

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