To all fellow Sprigdteers and friends. After a year that changed many of our lives and planes, we wish you all a very happy New Year, we must now look forward to a better 2021, when we can look forward to once again getting back to our club night meetings and taking our Spridgets back to enjoying the country roads with friends.
Well what a rubbish year 2020 has been! It’s such a shame that all of the Midget & Sprite activities we had planned ended up either being postponed or cancelled altogether. We still have some time to go and it may take a while before we are let out to play again in 2021 but there is definitely a way forward now.
Thanks to all of you who submitted articles or photos for publication in MASCOT this year – please keep them coming in 2021.
Don’t forget that, whilst our monthly pub meetings are currently on hold, we can still meet via Zoom. I circulate details via email on how to access these online meetings so, if you haven’t dropped in before, please make a special effort next year, it would be great to see you.
It just remains for me to wish you all a Merry Christmas and best wishes for a safe and successful New Year.
After a tough 2020 for activities in our club lets hope we can plan for a better 2021. The club has its Midget 60 party in June and with some luck we might be able to start our monthly meets again next year.
If any members have any Midget / Sprite related write up’s, pictures or articles for our area page in Mascot, then please drop the details to me on an email.
I am also looking to do member of the month where i will sort a few questions for members to answer and put them into our Mascot page.
It just leaves me to wish you all Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Who would have thought it? Our final club night for 2020 would be the March meeting at the Wishing Well. Certainly, all has not been ‘well’ since, even though we have all been ‘wishing’ for a solution. Should we have dropped something down the well with a few well chosen words? Too late now, 2020 has all but vanished with barely a turn of a wheel of a Spridgley thing. At least this current situation is one that can’t be blamed upon the motorist or our environmentally unfriendly hobby, but no doubt someone will have a go at us for it in time! With no sign of a return to normal service in the near future, I can do no more than to wish you well for Christmas and the new year. Let us hope that it won’t be too long before we can all meet up and enjoy our cars once again. Stay safe, stay well, stay happy.