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Lost and Lonely Scooter   Club

Updated 28th July. our next ride out is.

Updated 22nd July. 2021 ride outs, our next ride out is

Updated 16th July. With great sadness I have updated the "Whitey" page. Also, our next ride out is.

Lost and lonely sc do at mill rd club, on the 17th July has had to be postponed sorry people but that's the way it is. Tickets from this event will be honoured for our Xmas do. From Trev a few minutes ago.

Updated 20th March As below.

A message from the committee.
To all ticket holders for the lost and lonely club "start of season do" which has just been cancelled due to Mill Road Club having to close.

We will be honouring the tickets for our next "DO" which will be as soon as things get back to normal. Mill Road Club have kindly offered the club a priority choice night when they open again.
As stated the tickets will be valid for the new night, but must be presented at the door on the night, saying you had purchased one will not be valid, so look after them.
Thanks on behalf of the club.

                                  About our club

Club Meetings:

Meetings are  now to be held at the Ingleby Arms in Amcotts.  We meet at 7.15pm, for 7.30 start in the winter, and 8.00 start in Summer.The first Tuesday of every month. 

The Lost and Lonely Scooter Club is based in the Isle of Axholme, the area of North Lincolnshire to the West of the River Trent, between the towns of Scunthorpe, Gainsborough and Doncaster.

We are an informal club consisting of both male and female Lambretta and Vespa owners.


History of the club

The club was formed on the 7th of July 2007 when a chance meeting outside a Skegness pub brought together a number of old school friends and acquaintances from the "Isle", with a shared interest in scootering going back to the mid 70s. The Isle of Axholme`s Lost and Lonely scooter club started out with just five members:

Trevor Webster, the late Steve Burdette, Paul Young, Phil Palmer and Dean Baines.


We now have over 70 members, and growing - not a bad turnout for a few scattered villages (and adopted Scunthonians) from North Lincolnshire!

As for "Lost & Lonely", sorry, but there`s no real story behind the name! just something Steve came up with out of the blue.... and it stuck! 

We arrange attendance to regional and national rallies / events when we hold our club meetings.  We also organise our own charity and social events.


New members are always welcome

Hi, Steve Stamp here, ready to put anything you need on the site, email or contact me via Facebook. lostandlonely.scooters@gmail.com 










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