Vale Mar
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It is with sadness that I inform members of the passing of Mark Brett


Mark passed away at 7.30pm on 11/11/2020 suddenly and peacefully at home after battling cancer for a long period..


Mark had been a member of the Branch for many years and was highly respected and will be much missed by all in the Branch.

Our sympathies are with his wife Chris and all members of his family.




 Vale Terry Rigby

It is with sadness that I inform members of the passing of Terry Rigby.


Terry has been a stalwart of the Branch and a person who was always there with a friendly smile and a "how are you mate" whenever you saw him.

He is someone I held in high regard and I felt in awe of the way he continued his battle with cancer and fought so hard during his illness.

Terry was someone to respect and admire.

Terry will be sorely missed by all in the Branch and to Lorraine and their family our thoughts and respect go out to you in this very difficult time. 



Vale Garry Kent

It is with great saddness that I inform you that our dear friend and colleague Garry Kent passed away on the morning of 23rd November.
 Garry was a much loved and respected member of our branch. Garry made you feel like a friend from your first meeting
 and was someone whom you would enjoy being on a ride with and having a chat andd a laugh with.
 He was a storyteller, a mine of information and someone who could pack more onto a motorcycle than anyone I have ever seen.
 It never ceased to amaze me what he could pull out of his luggage when we were on a trip and he never seemed to be overloaded and I was envious of this ability.
I commented on it more than once and someone told me that it was learned in his scouting days but I think that he mastered the concept of the TARDIS:
 small on the outside but limitless on the inside! Garry was everyone's friend and he will be sadly missed.
 Another one of our friends taken too soon.  Our thoughts go out to Garry's wife Margaret and their family. Fairwell Garry.