Meeting for Mildenhall speedway fans

There will be a meeting for fans of the Mildenhall speedway team at Fenman Bar, West Row Stadium on Sunday August 1, 2pm.Further to numerous phone calls, emails and communications since the announcement that the Fen Tigers would be closed for the remainder of the 2010 season a meeting has been arranged for Sunday at 2pm where fans can get together to discuss possibilities for the future.

There will be a meeting for fans of the Mildenhall speedway team at Fenman Bar, West Row Stadium on Sunday August 1, 2pm.

Further to numerous phone calls, emails and communications since the announcement that the Fen Tigers would be closed for the remainder of the 2010 season a meeting has been arranged for Sunday at 2pm where fans can get together to discuss possibilities for the future.

The meeting has been arranged with the full cooperation of Mildenhall Stadium owner Dave Coventry who was happy to open up his facilities to the fans.

At a difficult time for the track itself it shows his commitment to having speedway at the West Row track and Dave will be in attendance.


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Former Mildenhall Speedway Commercial Manager Neil Day arranged the meeting after speaking to a number of fans on Thursday who wanted to get together to see what could be done.

Day is keen to stress that the meeting will not be able to give specific answers to what has happened over the past few weeks but is the chance for the fans, sponsors and others to get together to try and move forward and show people, including any potential new owners the depth of feeling and size of fan base that the Fen Tigers have.

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Day confirmed that he will be asking team manager John Adams and sponsor Neil Watson from Art and Stitch to attend as both have many years' experience in speedway.

If anyone has any questions regarding the meeting, Neil can be contacted on 07538 317396.

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