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Archive for December, 2015


Colin Seeley with The Mayor of Bexley. Colin set up the Joan Seeley Pain Relief Memorial Trust in 1979 and it has run continuously ever since. Every penny of the funds raised, has been spent on specialised medical equipment supplied to 34 hospices and hospitals throughout the UK. Banking, legal and

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Eddie Roberts and Colin Seeley signing charity T shirts

Eddie Roberts, ex racer and principle of Mallory Park Circuit and Colin Seeley signing T shirts together with many other donated items to be auctioned by Steve Parrish later that day. All towards the target for The Charity and the equipment to be purchased for The Rainbows Childrens and Young

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MONEY RAISED AT Mallory Park Bonanza 2015

During Colin Seeley’s motorcycle racing days Mallory Park Circuit known as the ”friendly circuit” welcomed the riders and teams, with open arms.  In 2014 the circuit chose to  help The Charity Trust to raise money for The Rainbow Childrens and young Adults Hospice in Loughborough.  A total of £11,250 raised

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Meeting in the Isle of Man – March 3rd

Meeting in the Isle of Man now agreed for 3rd March.  All of the proceeds from Colin’s talk to go to The Trust. Update: 7th July 2016 Colin Seeley gave an informed talk to enthusiastic members of the Isle of Man’s Vintage Motorcycle Club,  on the ‘ups and downs’ of

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The cardboard life size cut-out of Valentino Rossi, seven times World Champion and his Road/Racing bike Yamaha YZFR1,  measuring 7’ x 4’ donated by John Humphries of Yamaha Sondel Motorcycle dealers in Blackfen, Kent. * Colin Seeley took the cut out to Goodwood Festival of Speed in hopes of persuading

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July 1984 garden party fundraising event

July 1984. 200 guests gathered for a garden party joined by many local doctors and personalities one being the very young Damon Hill, later to become a F1 World Champion, here being interviewed by Colin. This event raised in the region of £2,315 for The Charity.

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