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Oct 21

Scene October 2020

A small but well-formed edition covering youngsters and oldsters. Exciting to get the first race report since lockdown, possibly this year!  Also included are some social scene, and something to whet your appetite for TT’s in 2021.

With another great Pit Stop recommendation,  get yourself a cup of tea and enjoy the read!

 

  • Front Page: Photos from Thixendale and Thursday ride
  • Youth Scene: Tillie and William Update
  • Racing Scene: Racing Darley Moor Closed Circuit, Zwift this Winter?
  • TT Scene: Provisional TTs for 2021
  • Social Scene: Cycling around The Isle of Arran, Gerries rides
  • Odds & Sods: Pit StopRachel’s Walnut Cottage
  • Back Page: Blast from the Past: Adverts 1961 & 1962

 

Thank you to … Mike McAllister, Phil McCormick, Rob Jennings, Nige Whiteley, Andy Paulls, me, Paul Hickabottom, John Ulyatt and Pete Ledaine for contributing to this month’s newsletter. To Neil Dean for proofing and prepping and printing the hard copies and to Ron Kirk for delivering various Scenes.

 

Click here for this October’s Scene –  Scene OCT 2020[3852]

 

Please can you send contributions for November as soon as possible November 21st deadline.

 

Thanks,

Amanda Dean,

Scene Editor, scene@htrc.co.uk

 

After almost five years of editing Scene (51 editions to date) I am stepping down from the role. My final Scene will be at the end of this year.

And so, we are looking for a volunteer who would be willing to take on Scene production. If you are interested please do not hesitate to reply. I can provide you with what is involved and a template should you wish to continue with the same format but, be reassured, each Scene editor has used their own ideas and you would be welcome to do the same.

Although it can be time consuming to create Scene, it’s also rewarding to see a complete newsletter.

Finally a special thanks to Amanda Dean for her sterling work in editing Scene for the last 5 years!!!

Amanda is stepping down as editor at the end of this year so do drop her a line by clicking on this link: scene@htrc.co.uk  if you have appreciated the magazine and are curious about getting involved in keeping it going.