Dave McCoulogh

 

Sad new on or return home for The AFSC Thrash 2013, one of ours leaves us and we remember with love and respect “Q Ball” Dave McCoulogh proud ex Scots Guards, we will sup with you in a better place Soldier.
Gary “Nutty” Newton
 
 
 
Mark Taylor
1973 - 2010
Preston wildcats and The AFSC will never forget you
 
 
 
 
 
Rob Wainman
21st Jan 1965 - 5th May 2010
The AFSC will never forget you

 

Ian 'Spider' Webster
 
 
 20 October 1972 - 18th March 2000
Ex REME Ex RN - Plymouth stompers SC Bristol elite SC
Lest we forget

 
 
 
  • It Is With The Greatest Of Sadness That  Former AFSC Member Taffy Roberts took His Own Life Earlier This Week. Our Sincere Thoughts And Prayers Are For His Wife Cherie, The Funeral Was At Slough Crematorium On 25th November 2015 At 1300hrs 
    Stoke Rd, Slough SL2 5AX
    RIP Taff
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    the afsc  ride through the streets of Wootton Bassett
       
       
    ITN news caught on camera

    Al Chester, Bones619, Dekomp, Mark from Donny, Rog on his purple GP, Truddy, with the Yarmouth Chapter Logster, ,Yogi , Paul and Cue.
     
     
       
    NORTHERN IRELAND AFSC
    Stephen, Gary and Rodney
    Carrick Fergus war memorial
     
    AFSC & A2 Aces SC
     Carrick Fergus war memorial
     
    Rodney and son Aaron
    knockagh war memorial
     
    Scooter enthusiasts from across the Province gathered in Belfast yesterday to raise funds for the Poppy Appeal and the Help for Heroes charity.
    Over 100 bikes set off in cavalcade from the City Hall on a special run via Carrick to the Knockagh War Memorial.

    Joined by representatives from the Royal British Legion, bikers from Belfast, Bangor, Portadown, Coleraine and other towns took part in a wreath-laying ceremony at the Co Antrim landmark.

    Event organiser Rodney Champion a member of The Armed Forces Scooter Club described the day as "excellent", despite several light showers.

    The secretary of the Carrick-based A2 Aces scooter club said the brainwave for the idea came about due to his interest in the Armed Forces.

    "My father was in the Royal Navy during the Second World War and with what's going on in Afghanistan I just thought I would run something," he said.

    "When I put it to my club they agreed it was a good cause, and it just went from there.

    "We tested the water with the other clubs and the response was amazing."

    Mr Champion believes the scooter run had even more significance given that it was attended by both sides of the political divide.

    "Both sides of the community are involved in the local scootering scene and in the end both sides came, which was great," he said.

    Due to the success of the run, Mr Champion said he would have no hesitation in making the concept an annual event.

    "We'll definitely be back again next year," he added.

    The scooter initiative raised a total of £300 for the Poppy Appeal and £150 for Help for Heroes

     
           
             

    NORTHERN IRELAND SCOOTERIST
    POPPY APPEAL
    &
    HELP THE HEROES RUN 2009

     

     

     

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