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Seams Club Night at Faygate

On the 17th of March , at the  SEAMS club night at Faygate Village hall, we were again treated by Peter Hill. Many of you will recall that previously  Peter had made us very welcome when we visited west Blatchington wind mill and last year on another SEAMS night, where […]

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Visit to Vallance By-Ways

On the 10th April a group of SEAMS members were granted entry to Vallance Byways at Charlwood by Ian Sampson. Ian is a long serving volunteer with Vallance Byways and has been working hard towards  the re-opening of the museum and it’s new building. For me, it was the first […]

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SEAMS Newsletter

All of the reports in this newsletter have come from the committee with the exception of the West Grinstead Show report sent in by Mark (who only recently stepped down). The result is this issue is rather late in going to the printers. Quite simply I can’t print what I […]

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Write your Rally Report

The rally scene has begun with a few small shows which have been really successful, and with summer almost upon us, most of us would have been to a rally or two alread. If you have been to a show in your area, please send us a report even if […]

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SEAMS COMMITTEE: MEMBERS WANTED

This is the 25th year of SEAMS.  There have been many committee members over that time and some since the start of the club. My time is relatively short in the history of the club, but we are now down to five committee members, in the past we have had […]

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SEAMS AT FISHERS PARK FARM CANCELLED

Due to circumstances beyond our control, the event this year at Fishers Park Farm has been cancelled. Date was:  17th and 18th September. For those of you who have entered, we will be returning your pre-paid envelopes in due course.

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Sad News: Stolen Machine

I wonder if I could ask a favour of fellow club members. On Friday or Saturday 12th/13th February, I had my 2 wheel pedestrian finger bar hedge cutter stolen from my shed in Betchworth Surrey. It’s Apple green and orange in colour, the metal wheels (orange) are about 3 ft in […]

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Winter Meeting: 18th February

David Porter who lives in the cottage immediately above the Clayton railway tunnel gave an amusing and interesting talk on  its history, previous owners (and spooky things) to a full Faygate hall.  David, who  leases the cottage from network rail who own the grade 2 listed building, has researched its […]

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Winter Meeting: January 21st

We were fortunate to have one of our club  members, David Ralph along to give an illustrated talk on the London to Brighton Veteran Car Run. David has been involved with stationary engines on and off for many years but is probably best known for his veteran and vintage cars. […]

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SEAMS New Year Gas Up: Faygate Hall

The SEAMS New Year gas up this year was held at Faygate village hall whereas in previous years we have been fortunate to hold this at Hurst Farm. It was held on Sunday the 3rd January and as so often, the British weather was unpredictable. We had rain and wind […]

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