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Seamons CC Evening Road Race - Tues 22nd June

21 April 2021

The 2021 Seamons Evening Road Race has been sanctioned by TLI Cycling, and will take place at 7pm on Tuesday
22nd June on the Siddington course
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The race HQ is Siddington Village Hall.

The 22nd is the day following the expected final easing of the Covid-19 restrictions, and will therefore be one of the first road races
to take place for more than a year, and will be the first Seamons race for 3 years. Sadly, it will be the first event
since the death of Nigel Harrop, long time club member, Chairman and President, supporter and organiser of the Seamons race,
and director of TLI Cycling.

We owe it to Nigel to make a sucess of this race, which has always been popular with riders and is sure to be oversubscribed.

We therefore need the full support of members of Seamons, especially those with experience in race organisaton, and newer
members willing to take experience from and enjoy the event.

We need:
Marshals for the 8 marshalling points and finish area,
3 lead cars with drivers and observers,
Minimum 2 finish line judges,
Sign on officer and helper,
Catering to prepare and serve 100+ post race snacks,
Supporters to cheer and encourage the riders.

Can Seamons members please consider how they can best support the race and let me
know what they would like to volunteer for.

Put the date in your diary.

Barry Armstrong
rrsec.scc@btinternet.com

https://www.tlicycling.com/
https://www.riderhq.com/events?type=RACE_TLICYCLING

Wednesday Night Club Ten Series Covid19 Guidelines

05 April 2021

The Club Wednesday Night Ten Series is due to start on April 14th and will be subject to strict COVID-19 Guidelines

Additional signing on instructions are provided for competitors on the Club Ten Calendar Page: Club Ten Calendar
and for Marshals, Time Keepers and Sign On Supervisor in Documents Docs (printed guidelines also available on the night)

Competitors not following these guidelines may be denied entry to the event or find their result is void

Paul Barber (TT Secretary)

Club Runs (Covid19) Update

31 March 2021

Following the latest Government advice, The Committee are delighted to be able to reintroduce Club Runs.

From the 29th March Club Runs can start again though there remains some restrictions.
Official advice says groups are limited to a maximum of 15 however the Committee would prefer members to keep to groups of 6 or as close to as possible.

Riders should also follow guidance on hygiene, equipment sharing and be self sufficient.
There is also a requirement to maintain a 1 metre distance rule Groups intending to stop at a cafe need to be in groups of 6 or less.

Please check that the cafe is open and can accommodate you.

Meeting points, all rides depart at 9 a.m. –

Half Day – Rackhams upper level (steps)
T1 – Rackhams lower level
T2 – Hale Train Station car park
T3 – OBW
T4/Social – Hale Train Station Car Park (Hale Road End)

https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/about/article/20200512-about-bc-news-British-Cycling-Updated-Coronavirus-Guidance-0


March 2021 Squirrel

13 March 2021

The March 2021 edition of the Club's Squirrel magazine is now available to view online or download from here:

https://www.seamonscc.co.uk/Mag.html
A message from Nigel’s family

06 March 2021

Yesterday we had a lovely celebration of Nigel's life with those close family and friends who were able to attend, sharing stories and memories and remembering the good times.
We would like to say a massive thank you to all those who contributed. Due to Covid restrictions we know a lot of people were unable to be there who otherwise would have been with us. We have put together a memorial booklet celebrating Nigel’s life,
if anyone would like a pdf copy please email Amy at akeharrop@gmail.com and we’d be more than happy to send this over.
We are welcoming donations to The British Heart Foundation in Nigel’s memory and have set up a memorial page, please find this linked below.

Barbara, Jack & Amy

https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/SomeoneSpecial/NigelHarrop

Nigel Harrop (1950 - 2021)

17 February 2021

It is with great sadness I have to report the news of Nigel Harrop’s passing.


Nigel was a club stalwart, a great Chairman, friend and clubman, and will be missed by all of his cycling colleagues.

He was for several years our very active Chairman, a keen time-triallist and road racer, and until recently organised the club’s annual road race.

In recent years Nigel was also a key figure in the development and success of TLI Cycling.

On behalf of all club members, thank you for all you have done, Nigel.

Our love and condolences go to wife Barbara, and children Amy and Jack.

John Hammond, SCC Treasurer



February 2021 Squirrel
09 February 2021

The February 2021 edition of the Club's Squirrel magazine is now available to view online or download from here:

https://www.seamonscc.co.uk/Mag.html
Membership Renewals
01 January 2021

Dear SCC Members,

It's the time of year again when membership fees are due for renewal, and they are beginning to trickle in already,

Unfortunately, its come at not the best time, but here's hoping for a better year of cycling as the spring approaches.

If you're paying by Standing Order then you don't need to do anything.
Otherwise, especially this year, I'd prefer fees are transferred directly into the account.
The less preferred method is cheque or cash and you can mail it to me at the address on the membership application form
downloadable from the web site.

The account info needed to pay subs by Standing Order or money transfer is:

Account: Seamons CC
Sort Code: 51-61-11
Account # 70538131

You have until the end of this month after which time a late payment fee of £5 is also due,
I'll be sending out a reminder to those who haven't paid a few days before the end of the month.

Wishing you All
Happy New Year
John Hammond (Membership Secretary)

Covid19 Update
30 December 2020
Following the latest Government changes, which places Trafford and surrounding areas in Tier 4 (31 Dec 2020), all club group rides are temporarily suspended.
During this difficult time the Committee wish everyone good health and hope we can meet together soon in the new year.

https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/about/article/20200512-about-bc-news-British-Cycling-Updated-Coronavirus-Guidance-0


Sunday Club Runs Update
04 December 2020
Following the end of Lockdown 2 and with reference to British Cycling and Cycle UK Guidance, the Committee agreed to restart Sunday Club Runs under strict conditions.
While Trafford is in Tier 3, groups are limited to 6 riders with no stopping at cafes/shops or petrol stations.
Riders should therefore be self sufficient with regards to nutrition.
To keep to social distancing requirements Club Rides will set off at the following locations and times.
Meeting points with departure times –

Half Day – Rackhams upper level (steps) 9.00am
Tempo 1 – Rackhams lower level 9.00am
Tempo 2 – Hale Train Station car park 9.15am
Tempo 3 – OBW 9.30am

If there are more than six people at one location please do not stand close together or mix.
Please split into appropriately sized groups and leave as soon as possible. If any rider has any cold or flu like symptoms, or been told to self isolate,
please do not attend.

https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/about/article/20200512-about-bc-news-British-Cycling-Updated-Coronavirus-Guidance-0

The Committee
The on-line Team Store is now open and will close at midnight on Sunday 6 December
30 November 2020
The on-line Team Store is open and will close at midnight on Sunday 6 December. https://teamstore.pactimo.com/stores/ password Seamons.
There is information about kit on the Seamon’s website https://www.seamonscc.co.uk/Gear.html
There are several new items available that we did not offer before e.g. Bib knickers with pad; leg warmers, knee warmers, neck gaiter,
quick-change kilt and a trisuit.

The Ascent skin suits (short and long-sleeve / men’s and women’s) have been replaced with the Rally skinsuits, these don’t have pockets and you can choose the style of pad https://www.pactimo-custom.com/collections/new-for-men .
The Breckenridge jacket and vest have been slightly improved.
The Alpine jacket has been slightly improved. The ascent jersey (men’s and women’s) has been completely re-designed https://www.pactimo-custom.com/collections/new-for-men/products/ascent-aero-2021-jersey-mens.
All details can be found on the Team Store when you log in or on the Pactimo website.

Prices for the improved items remain the same, or have reduced slightly. We have secured extremely good prices for high quality team kit
e.g. the Ascent aero jersey retails for approximately £81 but we have secured a price a price of £52!

Many thanks Jeanette
New Record at 100 Miles In the BDCA Event on the A100/4 Course
17 November 2020
New record for Alan Chorley in the BDCA event on the A100/4 course.
Congratulations to Alan on setting a new Club record, MCR&NW VTTA age record and Club All age Vets records at 100 miles in 3:37:52
Previous record was 03:38:52 set by Adrian Hughes in 2017

New Record at 10 Miles Wigan Wheelers event on the L1015 course
17 November 2020
New record for Alan Chorley in the Wigan Wheelers event on the L1015 course.
Congratulations to Alan on setting a new MCR&NW VTTA age record at 10 miles in 00:19:39 Club Vets record on standard +7:06 . Previous record was +7’03 by Alan himself set a week earlier on the same course.

New Record at 10 Miles Croston Velo event on the L1015 course
17 November 2020
New record for Alan Chorley in the Croston Velo event on the L1015 course.
Congratulations to Alan on setting a new MCR&NW VTTA age record at 10 miles in 00:19:42 and Club Vets record on standard +7’03 . Previous record was +6:57 by Adrian Hughes on the V718.

Annual General Meeting 2020
16 November 2020
Dear Member,
This is a brief update for anyone who was unable to attend this year's AGM.

Apologies were received from Alan Rogerson, Roy Waters, Reg Blease, Tom Towers, Nigel Harrop and Bob McPartland.

The meeting held on Zoom was attended by around 22 members starting at 8pm on Friday 13th Nov 2020.

The first item was an announcement from Keith Stacey:

"Just prior to this year's AGM the Life Members received a nomination for not one but two new Life Members. Their nominations were considered by the existing Life Members (as required by the Club Rules) and it was unanimously agreed that both Robin Haigh and Keith Bailey were invited to become Club Life Members.
Both Robin and Keith joined the club nearly fifty years ago and have been members ever since. During that time they have taken part in most club events, raced (with some considerable success in Robin’s case) and helped in many Club promotions."
Keith Stacey

There followed the member's reports, after which was the election of the Club President for 2020-22. Thanks go to the outgoing President Nigel Harrop and congratulations to the newly elected President Mike Brooks.
The Committee Roles of Diversity Officer and Magazine Editor remain open and a welcome to Heather Regan who takes on the new role of Women's Officer.
We would like to thank Tim Marshall for his efforts in the Non Committee Role of Webmaster and who is now replaced by John Hammond after Tim chose to stand down, and Rob Gibson now joins Dave Barker in the Non Committee Role of Trafford Cycling Forum representative, with Barry Armstrong joining John Verbickas as British Cycling representative.
The only proposal of the evening from Heather Reagan was passed with the accepted new wording “Proposition to update the website” to be taken onboard and discussed at the next Committee meeting.
Many thanks to those of you who managed to attend and/or are contributing to our excellent Club in any other way.

A full set of the minutes will be attached to the Facebook Group over the next couple of days.

Darryl Mastropietro, Secretary.

Notice of Annual General Meeting 2020
25 September 2020
By tradition, the meeting takes place on the second Friday in November which this year is the 13th November. The meeting will start at 8pm. Due to Covid restrictions the meeting will be held online via Zoom. If restrictions allow, the meeting location may change to St George's Church Hall, Altrincham.

The meeting will include reports from all the club's officers and the audited statement of accounts, it will elect club officials and will handle any other business required. I would also like to remind everyone that all club roles (apart from Vice President) are up for election. Nominations for the President are required to be submitted in writing before the AGM. Many of the current committee members are prepared to stand again for election again although there are a few vacant roles including the Webmaster role. If anyone wants to take on any of the roles, I would encourage members to put their name forward.

The agenda for the meeting will include additional items proposed by members. If you have any items or issues that you want to raise during the AGM, then I would invite you to please write to me with details, so these can be included in the Agenda for the night. Items for inclusion into the AGM need to be submitted on or before the 16th October (28 days before the meeting). Each item will need a proposer, someone to second the motion and a title and details. Be aware that you will be asked to introduce your motion at the AGM. An example agenda item would look something like the following:

Proposed:    J Smith             Seconded: W Jones
Proposal:     “Proposition that …”
Reason:       To improve ….

I look forward to seeing people on the night.

Darryl Mastropietro
Impact of Coronavirus on All club activites
17 March 2020
Following the latest Government advice regarding Covid 19, the Committee have decided to suspend our Sunday Club Runs and Time Trial events until further notice.

As a proud, community minded club we want to do our part in stopping the spread of the virus. We are also mindful of the health of our members and our social responsibility.

We wish everyone good health and hope this is a very short suspension.
Team Store Open
06 January 2020
Team store is now open. The new style lightweight gilets/vests look great (plain black mesh replaced with usual club pattern) and the winter jackets look good too.

The online shop is now open https://teamstore.pactimo.com/stores

(NB. password is Seamons)

The teamstore will close at midnight on Sunday 12th January and all orders should be delivered to me by 16th February, ready for collection.
Membership Renewals
01 January 2020
Dear SCC Members,
It's that time of year again when membership fees are due for renewal.
If you're paying by Standing Order then you don't need to do anything.
Otherwise I'd prefer fees are transferred directly into the account.
The less preferred method is cheque or cash and you can mail it to me at the address on the membership application form downloadable from the web site.
The account info needed to pay subs by Standing Order or money transfer is:

Account: Seamons CC
Sort Code: 51-61-11
Account # 70538131

You have until the end of this month after which a late payment fee of £5 is also due ;O(
If you haven't told me yet, your membership details including expiry date of one of our affiliated clubs (for 3rd party insurance) can you let me know now.
Wishing you another wonderful year's cycling with SCC
Happy New Year
John Hammond (Membership Secretary)
VTTA Manchester & NW - Awards for 2019
29 October 2019
Congratulations to Adrian Hughes & Alan Chorley on receiving the following VTTA Manchester & NW awards for the 2019 timetrial season.

Adrian:
BAR Championship Bert Starkey Shield - Highest placed Group member in the National VTTA BAR
Stan Livingston Memorial Trophy Cup - Highest placed Group member in J Course BAR on standard - local courses J/D/L
3 Distance Competition Championship Cup (Butterworth) - Highest placed Group member in the National 3 Distance competition (25, 50 and 100)
Local Courses 3 Distance Shield - Best group member on standard in an open 25, 50 and 100 on local courses (J/D/L)
Group Age Records - 0:50:37 for 25 miles aged 52
Historical Group Age Records - 0:19:39 for 10 miles aged 48, 0:19:44 for 10 miles aged 50, 0:49:57 for 25 miles aged 51, 0:50:37 for 25 miles aged 50, 3:38:52 for 100 miles aged 50

Alan:
Short Distance Trophy - The short distance trophy for best group member on standard in any two open 10s and two open 25s
Group Age Records - 0:49:40 for 25 Miles aged 47, 1:01:44 for 30 Miles aged 48
Historical Group Age Records - 0:49:46 for 25 miles aged 46

 Adrian & Alan:
3 Distance Watterson Team Shield - First team of 2 group members/same club riders on standard aggregate plus in the 3-distance competition

More details here.
Record of Notable Achievements
07 October 2019
Further to the discussion at last year’s AGM we will be recording notable cycling achievements by club members in the handbook, this will be a perpetual record rather than only the current year as present.

This record will develop over time, there is no way it will be comprehensive at first attempt.

As guidance the sort of achievements we are looking to include are:

Racing:
Participation in Multi-National Events, i.e World, Olympic, Commonwealth, ToB etc
Placings in National Events
Outright wins in Local Events
National Records

Non-Racing:
Audax awards – PBP, LEL, AAA, Super Rad, RRTY etc

So please put in a claim if you have anything past or present that you would like to have included. We already have quite a lot, mainly submitted by individuals and extracted from the M&D records.

Neil Rothwell - webmaster@seamonscc.co.uk
Notice of Annual General Meeting 2019
28 September 2019
By tradition, the meeting takes place on the second Friday in November which this year is the 8th November. The meeting will start at 8pm at St George’s Church Hall, Altrincham.

The meeting will include reports from all the club’s officers and the audited statement of accounts, will elect club officials and will handle any other business required. I would also like to remind everyone that all club roles (apart from President) are up for election. Nominations for the Vice-President are required to be submitted in writing before the AGM. Many of the current committee members are prepared to stand again for election again although there are a few vacant roles including Social Secretary & Webmaster. If anyone wants to take on any of the roles, I would encourage members to put their name forward.

The agenda for the meeting will include additional items proposed by members. If you have any items or issues that you want to raise during the AGM, then I would invite you to please write to me with details so these can be included in the Agenda for the night. Items for inclusion into the AGM need to be submitted on or before the 11th October (28 days before the meeting). Each item will need a proposer, someone to second the motion and a title and details. Be aware that you will be asked to introduce your motion at the AGM. An example agenda item would look something like the following:

Agenda Item Title

Proposed:    J Smith             Seconded: W Jones
Proposal:     “Proposition that …”
Reason:       To improve ….

I look forward to seeing people on the night.

General Secretary Seamons CC sec@seamonscc.co.uk
New Records at 30 Miles in the Leo Event on the E230/C Course
23 September 2019
Congratulations to Alan Chorley on setting new club & all age vets records at 30 miles of 01:01:44
Previous club record was 01:03:35 by Chris Siepen set in 2014 and previous all age vets record was 01:03:40 set by Alan himself in 2015.
Seamons Cycling Club To Lead Out Tour Of Britain On Saturday 14th September
10 September 2019
Altrincham’s local cycling club, Seamons CC, has been given the honour of leading out the final stage of the 2019 Tour of Britain, which starts in Altrincham on Saturday 14thSeptember.

A group of 25 Seamons members, in their distinctive yellow and blue kit, will set off at 10:45, 15 minutes before the main peloton and cycle through Altrincham and Hale before peeling off and joining the spectators.

Seamons Cycling Club was formed in 1948 as an offshoot of the Seamons Moss community centre in the Oldfield Brow area of Altrincham. The club has grown steadily over the years to become one of the largest and most active cycling clubs in the North West with a membership of over 240.

As well as official club rides every Sunday and informal rides on other days of the week, many members participate in time trials – winning numerous prizes in the Manchester and District Time Trial Association, Veteran Time Trial Association and Manchester and District Ladies Cycling Association events. Members also ride in road races, cyclocross and audax events and ride on the track at the velodrome. To date, Seamons CC has produced an Olympic pursuit rider, a British Best All-Rounder, a Commonwealth Games Silver Medallist. On three wheels, two riders have won the National BAR title.

One of the Seamons cyclists, Keith Stacey, leading out the Tour of Britain, will no doubt be remembering when he himself rode in the 1967 Tour of Britain (known then as the Milk Race). Keith joined the club in 1961. At 20, Keith was second in both the National 25 mile and 50 mile time trial championships and won the British Best All-Rounder title(competed over 50 mile, 100 mile and 12 hour time trials). In 1967, Keith took up road racing; he was invited to join The Provinces team to ride the Milk Race (1400 miles and 2 weeks with no rest days) – he finished in 27th place. Now aged 74, Keith still rides with the club at least twice per week and is an inspiration to all club members.


The Christie - "Chairman's 100" Sunday July 28th 2019 - Now Sunday 11th August 2019
13 July 2019 *updated 04 August 2019 *

Due to Monsoon like rain on Sunday 28th July the ride has now been rearranged to Sunday 11th August
Dear Members,

This year the selected charity is The Christie. The charity this year has been selected by Maria who has been undergoing treatment recently. She has bravely volunteered to be there on the morning of the ride to say hello and also to collect money for The Christie. I am really very pleased that her treatment seems to be going so well and wish her all the best in the coming difficult few months.

You can read Maria's story and make online donations here: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/seamonschairmans100 All donations go straight to The Christie.

The idea is for as many members as possible to participate in a 100 mile or 100k cycle ride. Suggested routes are below, setting off from Rackhams at 9pm:

100 Miles: http://ridewithgps.com/routes/1816228
100 Kilometres: http://ridewithgps.com/routes/1816230


if you are unable to join with the Club on the day, please feel free to devise your own route and distance. The important thing is that as many members as possible take part. The suggested contribution is £10, but feel free to donate more, or if need be, less.

Don't wait, do it now!

If you are unable to visit the Just Giving fundraising page above Maria will be at Rackhams on the morning of the ride to collect donations. Alternatively Committee members will be happy to take donations at any time..

Best wishes and "Thanks" in advance for another great fund-raising effort.

David Hoyle, SCC Chairman chairman@seamonscc.co.uk
New 100 Mile Team Record in the SCCA/WCTTA Event on the D100/2A Course
15 July 2019
Congratulations to Adrian Hughes, Alan Chorley & Ronan O'Cualain on setting a new club 100 mile team record at 100 miles of 12:06:49
Previous record was 12:15:35 set by Mathers/Hughes/Wiggan in 2016.
Jim Boydell
07 July 2019
We are very sad to inform you all that Jim Boydell died on Thursday. Jim was a Life Member of the Seamons in recognition of the outstanding contribution he made to the Club. It is impossible to do justice here to the debt we all owe him, not only members of this Club but the whole Manchester cycling community.

He will be remembered for many things. A prolific club champion and record holder, the winner of our local 12 hour race with a distance of 263 miles in 1963, a member of the Seamons team that took second place in the British Best All rounder competition in 1965 and 1966, and a top 10 finish in the individual BAR. He went on to help run our sport as a member of the M&DTTA committee. He organised the National 10 mile championships on the club’s behalf several years ago and the M&DTTA 100 mile time trial for several years.

Jim and Dee moved to Eastbourne on the South Coast to be near his youngest daughter and their grandchildren.

We would all wish to convey our deepest sympathy to Dee, Kate, Emma and all the family.

There will be a celebration of Jim's life at Broadway United Church Eastbourne at 11am on 24 July.

Dee and the family also want us to pay our tribute to Jim up here in Cheshire; we will keep you all informed about the arrangements for this.



New Records at 25 Miles in the Sportzmad Event on the R25/3H Course
02 June 2019
Congratulations to Alan Chorley on setting new club & all age vets records at 25 miles of 00:49:40
Previous records were 00:49:46 by Alan himself set in 2017
Seamons CC 2018 Cafe Of The Year
19 March 2019
Well done to Gosia and her team at the Snowdrop Cafe at Grasslands, Seamons CC Cafe of the Year 2018.

It was a pleasure to give this award to Gosia, who is a fantastic host and always welcoming. The cafe is not a particularly long cycle for our club members, so we make sure we end up there by taking quite a circular route to ensure we get the miles in before we enjoy the cake.

Club president Nigel Harrop
Seamons CC 2019 Handbook Now Available
10 March 2019
The 2019 Club Handbook is now available.

Members who have elected to receive an electronic copy can download the PDF from here.

Those who have requested a paper copy will receive it shortly.
M&DTTA Lunch & Prize Presentation - Awards 27th January 2019
28 January 2019

Multiple awards to Seamons riders for the 2018 timetrial season at the M&DTTA Lunch & Prize Presentation.

Team Awards:
1st Team Middle Distance Championships, Derek Hodgins Shield - Ade Hughes, Dan Mathers, Ronan O'Cualain
1st Team 50 Mile Championships, Bill Heaton Memorial Trophy - Alan Chorley, Ade Hughes, Dan Mathers
1st Team 100 Mile Championships, South Lancs Shield - Ade Hughes, Ronan O'Cualain, Dan Mathers

Individual Awards:
Ade Hughes - 1st Middle Distance Vet on Std, 1st 100 Mile Vet on Std - Nick Carter Trophy, 2nd Senior BAR, 3rd Middle Distance Championship, 12 Hour Gold Medal.
Ronan O'Cualain - Best 12 Hour Novice - Saddle Trophy, 4th Senior BAR, 5th Middle Distance Championship, 12 Hour Gold Medal.
Dan Mathers - 4th Middle Distance Championship.
SCC Group Descriptions and Organised Ride Guidance. April 2018 Update
28 March 2018
Dear Members,

Welcome to another year of riding with Seamons CC.

Updated descriptions of the groups available for you to ride with, and the guidance for your participation are now available in the docs section: Organised Ride Descriptions  &   Organised Ride Guidance

Whether or not you are a new or continuing club member, please read these carefully and, as the weather begins to improve, enjoy the experience of riding safely with SCC.

Best wishes,
Nigel

Nigel Harrop SCC Chairman
Cheshire Police - Helmet Cam Reporting Website
31 May 2017
We have been informed that Cheshire Police now have a website to submit dashcam / helmetcam footage:

"I am pleased to announce that if you have any footage from either a dashboard camera or helmet camera that requires a police officer to view / investigate you can now do this through our website ! Click on the link below and read all about it.

https://www.cheshire.police.uk/advice-and-support/roads-and-vehicle-safety/submit-dashcam-footage/

Please read the front page carefully to understand what will be done with the footage and the requirement of a statement should the officer wish to proceed with a potential prosecution.

KEEPING CHESHIRE SAFER
Road Policing Unit

Cheshire Police - iceQR Stickers
14 November 2016
As mentioned at the AGM Cheshire Police are recommending In Case of Emergency ID helmet stickers that can be scanned by the emergency services.

The iceQR stickers can be obtained from www.cerql.co.uk/helmet-stickers, cost is £1.50 including delivery then 99p per year to keep registration active.
Discounts for Club Members 2015
23 March 2015
We are delighted that the number of suppliers offering discounts to Seamons CC members has increased. Currently you can obtain a discount, on production of your 2015 SCC Membership Card, at the following: -

* Altrincham Bike Shak,10 Oakfield Trading Estate, Altrincham, Cheshire. WA15 8EJ. Tel: 0161 929 9355. 10% off accessories.

* Grapevine Computers, 20 Greenwood Street, Altrincham. WA14 1RZ. Tel: 0161 941 6978. 10% off labour charges.

* Sport-Med Physiotherapy, Norbury Chambers, 2-6 Norbury Street, Stockport. SK1 3SH. Tel: 0161 474 7469. 10% off consultations & treatment.

Seamons Cycling club is grateful to the Suppliers for their generous offers, but would like to make it clear that this does not imply that the Club endorses their products. Please ensure that you take your 2015 SCC Membership card with you, and clarify in advance that the offer applies to any goods or services you intend to purchase.
   
 
 
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