Kneel’s Remembrance Wheels and the EACC AGM at Great Blakenham village hall (IP6 0NJ).
The last mopedjumble of the season combined with a ride to explore the Wild West side of the A14. The lunch stop will be the same as in previous years: at Claydon Crown. This day is the one hundredth anniversary of the armistice that ended World War I; as usual, we will be having a two minute silence at 11 o’clock. Our route takes us past several churches that may be taking part in ‘Ringing Remembers’: Offton, Elmsett, and Bramford in particular have excellent sets of bells.
Great Blakenham is on the B1113. Leave the A14 at junction 52 and turn west towards Great Blakenham. Take the right-hand lane, which will lead you to the first turning on the right. When you get to some Give Way signs, bear left toward Needham Market, then take the first right: Mill Lane. The village hall is along this road on the right.
Please contact the organiser for more information or to reserve a jumble space (telephone Neil Morley on 01473 743587).
All the route information for this run can be downloaded from our documents page.
The club's annual accounts and other AGM documents can be downloaded from our documents page too.
Reminder. It is the clubs AGM this Sunday after Kneel's Remembrance Wheels run. Club rules state there has to be a minimum quorum of 25 members present. (A quorum is the minimum number of members of a deliberative assembly necessary to conduct the business of that group). We just manged to scrape enough last year. It shouldn't take long as it's basically to approve last years minutes/matters arising, receive reports, elect the committee. Any other business just has 1 item at the moment: Wanted: Editor
You might have noticed, in the latest issue of The MAC, that the post of Editor is listed as a vacancy—also, Martin’s statement that this will be the last newsletter he edits. We are, therefore, looking for a new editor. We have a short-term contingency plan that will keep things going until a new editor is ready to take over so, if you’re interested in taking the job on, you won’t be ‘thrown in at the deep end’. Also, thanks to all the work Martin did in transforming the newsletter into a professionally-printed booklet, there’s a lot less time-consuming work involved than there once was.
Ideally, we’d like to appoint a new editor at the AGM but, as indicated above, there’s no panic. If you think you’d like to do the job, please get in touch with the secretary or make yourself known at the AGM.