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Thank You for visiting our memorial page. This page is dedicated the members who are sadly no longer with us. Let their memories forever live on within all of us and let us not forget our fallen club members.
Those we love don’t go away,
They walk beside us every day…
Unseen, unheard, but always near.
Still loved, still missed and very near.
Remembering our loved ones always
Perry Byrnes - Perry190
Perry Byrnes died on 23rd March 2007 and was a huge loss to all that knew him. He leaves behind his loving wife Carol and daughters Sarah and Lauren.
Perry touched many peoples lives and was always there with a cheery word, a cheeky smile, nothing was ever a chore to him and he was always there to help and support anyone that asked.
Perry hugely enjoyed cars and in particular the modifying of them. Over the past few years Perry became known as "The Modmeister" and nothing ever phased him. He would always be found in the garage changing something on his latest project as perfection was not even good enough for him. Any car he touched always ended up as a show stopper and over the past few years he had many amazing projects.
Simon Baldwin - mr.bishi
Simon was tragically killed in Feb 2011 whilst driving his TA22, The best place to visit would be the Gen 1-3 Forum, whilst in there be sure to get an idea of what Simon was about.
Clive Chapman - CC-TA22
Bit about Clive here
Chris Oaks - oaksey
Bit about Chris here
Dean Coulton - dean68
Bit about Dean here
Ian Bradbury - Daytona
A much loved and popular member Ian sadly left us in 2018. He owned a beautiful gen 7 T Sport which he named "Black Betty"
Ian was a regular on the club and always was cracking jokes making us all laugh. Not only was he on the forum every day sharing his humor, knowledge and advice, Ian took great lengths to travel up and down the country to get to meets and shows all the way from his home in Cornwall. Ian will always be remembered in the club for his quick wit and humor and of course his phrase "modding is for chavs" which is quite ironic with his every increasing mods to his own car. Always could lighten the mood and was a blessing to the club and anyone who knew him. RIP Ian.
Lesley Goodley - XME?????
Bit about Lesley here
Paul Adams - ??????
Bit about Paul here
Ian Dyball - ??????
Bit about Ian here
Rob - ??????
Bit about Rob from likwidart here