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2021


Update 10th October, Bridlington rally - 

From Trev with regards to the 29th-31st October Bridlington rally, all those going or those going for the Saturday 30th day ride should meet no later than 8:20am at Gunness Wharf leaving for 8:30am. Followed by those wishing to join in from Rainham Steel roundabout at 8:45am. Stopping along the way at Warley Cross cafe for breakfast on the A65. All riders are welcome.


Updated 20th September, Ian "Whitey" White's birthday -

From Trev on the L&L Facebook page regarding info about Whiteys birthday "This Saturday it will be Whitey's heavenly birthday. We will be meeting at Gunness Wharf at 10:45am leaving at 11ish to lay our wreath, all welcome"

From Karen "Saturday would of been Ian White Whiteys birthday laying a wreath at about 11:30am, then on to Crown for opening time for a few drinks for him, everyone's welcome xx"

- Happy Birthday Whitey -


16th September -

Website currently under new administrator, please bare with whilst remaining updates for 2021 are uploaded to the page. 

2020


6th October - 31 turn out. Covid rules applied. 


Remaining Ride Outs - Rugby Club this Wednesday 7th, next 14th and last is Lord Bob's6.30pm from Gunness Wharf. 

This Friday 9th. Josh Willey funeral in Grimsby, leaving Ashby Lodge, 11am prompt, meeting Grimsby lads in Grimsby at Old Farmhouse pub, 5 mins from address. 

November remembrance day is 7th on Saturday for us, piper and wreath ordered. 

Ian's bench is now here at Ingleby Arms, brass plaque on order. Trev has treated it. We will reveal the bench on a Saturday at 12.00pm, Karen to uncover it, Rick, Ska burst will put some music on till 4pm. Julie at pub investigating the pro's and con's of how to do it with covid rules, may be me members only.

 

 Jackets and polo shirts here, collect now. 

 

Bridlington rally is cancelled, but some still going as rooms booked.

 

 Nick's thoughts, Ian wanted to ride out to bangers and cash near pickering, we will do it next year, to become an annual ride outto a different club.

 

Trev, asked me (Steve Stamp) to help with things, but not to replace Ian. Accepted.  

 

Mon 3rd August - 34 turned out.


Trev and Nick made the following statement.

Friday was a sad day for Karen and the club, an unbelievable turn out for the tribute to Ian. A tragedy but the respect paid to Ian was fantastic, he will be sadly missed. Thanks to the rugby club for dealing with the wake. Ian also played rugby at the rugby club.

A plaque and bench is being made to remember Ian at the Ingleby Arms. 

A collection for Karen is still on going, to be presented in the future.

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