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  1. Speedway fan

    Birmingham Brummies 2020

    not correct on the rental fee but there will be advance payments made by the consortium not the whole annual rental fee .....
  2. Speedway fan

    Birmingham Brummies 2020

    The MD of the greyhound company has been on holiday and back today and the consortium leader is due to call her tomorrow ...therefore until they speak the agreement to run is awaited then the consortium will finalise the deal to takeover Birmingham Speedway from the outgoing Mason family. Therefore the next few days are important for the club with the new potential owners ready to confirm everything for the 2022 season --- and formulating the Brummies side can be sorted
  3. Speedway fan

    Birmingham Brummies 2020

    not sure who started that rumour but NO truth in it. The consortium are busily working on everything -- hopefully news very soon
  4. Speedway fan

    Birmingham Brummies 2020

    well the consortium are not giving up and have big plans and will be working hard on marketing and promotion in a variety of ways . You may be a pessimist thankfully they aren't
  5. Speedway fan

    Birmingham Brummies 2020

    The wheels project closed a few weeks ago and the leaseholder has handed the keys back .
  6. Speedway fan

    Birmingham Brummies 2020

    so they just give up now do they? Well that's not going to happen ....get behind the people trying to save the club .
  7. Speedway fan

    Birmingham Brummies 2020

    PROSPECTIVE Birmingham consortium leader Nigel Tolley says the clock is counting down fast if they are achieve their ambition to keep speedway in the city. Local businessman Tolley addressed a big gathering of supporters on Tuesday and outlined the current position regarding the proposed takeover of the club. He confirmed a group of four members – which he hopes to increase to five over the coming weeks – have all pledged a significant investment to help bring the Brummies to the tapes in 2022. No sale has yet been agreed with outgoing owners David and Peter Mason, as the consortium require all of their funds to be in place in order to proceed, and running costs at Perry Barr next year have substantially increased. The club have been offered a one-year extension to their lease, but at a much-increased rent compared to this year, and also based on them staging 20 meetings with that rent to be paid whether that number is reached or not. Tolley confirmed the intention is for the Brummies to again line up in the Championship next season, and the realistic deadline for entry is in early December. He said: “I know Boris Johnson last week at the climate conference said it was five to midnight – well, regarding Birmingham Speedway at the moment, it’s two minutes to midnight. “These next few weeks are absolutely vital, and we are here to see the future of Birmingham Speedway. “There are many more hurdles to get over, but we will do our utmost for there to be speedway at Perry Barr next season. “I’m talking to Peter Mason on a weekly basis, but everything has to be put in its place. “It’s no good buying the fixtures and fittings if we’re not racing next season, and it’s no good signing a lease until we’re given the go-ahead to race, and we have to get these problems sorted out by the start of the month. “We want to keep supporters as up-to-date as possible all the way through the proceedings. Without the supporters, we can’t go anywhere.” Tolley said several avenues are being explored in order to secure funding to cover the rental increase – including a major drive for meeting sponsorship. He believes that without heavy sponsorship, the club would require an average attendance of around 1,000 in order to break even. He said: “We’re assured that the other stadiums that have the same owners are being offered exactly the same lease as we’ve been offered. “If we talk about the same attendances as last season, this will be the final year for Brummies, so we’ve got to do whatever to make sure we’re getting preferably a minimum of 1,000 people into that stadium. “We’ve got all sorts of ideas about that, and we’ll do whatever we can to make it work – and we also want to hear from supporters with any ideas they’ve got. We are determined to see Perry Barr open for speedway next season.” The consortium is also set to offer shares in the limited company to supporters at a minimum investment of £100. They stress that at present they are seeking pledges only, and no monies will become due until their participation in 2022 is confirmed. There will be benefits to supporters for getting involved, and full details will be available at Birmingham-speedway.com shortly.
  8. Speedway fan

    Birmingham Brummies 2020

    once all signed and sealed motorway blade ready to come in to take back to base with 4 lorry loads of new shale to be laid
  9. Speedway fan

    Birmingham Brummies 2020

    The new company are offering supporters and businesses the opportunity to become shareholders of the Limited Company who will run speedway at Perry Barr. Shareholders will be named in the programme and have certain advantages available to them. There will be a weekly draw for six shareholders to be able to watch three races from the centre green. Each shareholder will have access to a family ticket to introduce a new group of people to speedway and their guests will get a pit visit and meet the riders. There will be a discount offered on the End of Season Awards night tickets. There will be updates on the company and an Annual General Meeting. Each share will cost £1 and you will receive a share certificate . Until the takeover is rubber stamped and the company are confirmed as the new owners of Birmingham Speedway no money will be taken just a pledge to buy the shares. Once everything is signed and sealed we will confirm everything and provide methods to pay your shareholding . The company are under no obligation to buy or trade the shares only private selling can be done between friends and family. Share Application Form 3.pdf
  10. Speedway fan

    Birmingham Speedway - crucial meeting

    I wasn't looking for a "spat" just asking a few questions as what you had said was confusing and was trying to find out out what had happened
  11. Speedway fan

    Birmingham Speedway - crucial meeting

    who stopped you going in the bar ? Where was this "hole in the wall serving £4.50 lager plus stodge and chips"? ---- chips unfortunately were not available as many fans wanted ...only chilli and rice, curry and rice, pie and mash and if ordered sausage and mash and this is all controlled by the stadium with the speedway having nothing to do with the catering and bars. It is their ruling that food and drink cannot be brought in as it is at some other stadiums. The promotion did try to request different menus but they are awaiting their kitchens being renovated and extractors replaced hence no chips, burgers etc . Sorry you regarded it as a dreadful experience .
  12. Speedway fan

    Birmingham Brummies 2020

    still a few obstacles to overcome but all moving forward .... I am sure those attending tomorrow night will be in full support of the consortium and their plans
  13. Speedway fan

    Birmingham Brummies 2020

    to keep the fans informed and to outline their plans .. a worthwhile meeting
  14. Speedway fan

    MSDL 2021

    MIDLAND & SOUTHERN DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE 2021 Compiled by Mike Moseley TEAM MAT WON DRAWN LOST FOR AGAINST TOTAL Birmingham 7 5 1 1 139 95 11 Wolverhampton 5 1 1 3 71 96 3 Eastbourne 4 1 0 3 60 79 2 BIRMINGHAM 9th June 2021 BIRMINGHAM 12: Luke Muff 8 Tim Colley 4 Stephen Whitehouse 0 WOLVERHAMPTON 12: Sam Woolley 6 Ryan Ashcroft 5 Ben Phillips 1 4th August 2021 BIRMINGHAM 29: Ben Trigger 12 Jacob Fellows 9 Bailey Fellows 8 WOLVERHAMPTON 7: Sam Woolley 3 Kyran Lyden 3 Tim Colley 1 William Richardson 0 25th August 2021 BIRMINGHAM 27: Ben Trigger 9 Sam Woolley 8 Jacob Fellows 6 Bailey Fellows 4 EASTBOURNE 9: Josh Warren 6 Stephen Whitehouse 2 Eli Meadows 1 Francesca Kirtley-Paine 0 22nd September 2021 BIRMINGHAM 18: Ben Trigger 9 Jacob Fellows 6 Kai Ward 3 EASTBOURNE 13: Sam Woolley 8 Tim Colley 5 EASTBOURNE 4th July 2021 EASTBOURNE 21: Josh Warren 9 Nick Laurence 9 Eli Meadows 3 BIRMINGHAM 15: Jacob Fellows 9 Bailey Fellows 5 Jamie Sealey 1 Stephen Whitehouse 0 WOLVERHAMPTON 19th July 2021 WOLVERHAMPTON 19: Sam Woolley 8 Bailey Fellows 6 Ben Phillips 3 Tim Colley 2 EASTBOURNE 17: Ben Trigger 8 Josh Warren 5 Eli Meadows 4 Cesca Wright 0 2nd August 2021 WOLVERHAMPTON 17: Sam Woolley 11 Tim Colley 3 Stephen Whitehouse 3 BIRMINGHAM 18: Ben Trigger 8 Jacob Fellows 5 Bailey Fellows 3 Jamie Sealey 2 6th September 2021 WOLVERHAMPTON 16: James Chattin 8 Sam Woolley 6 Tim Colley 2 BIRMINGHAM 20: Ben Trigger 9 Kai Ward 5 Jacob Fellows 3 Bailey Fellows 3 MIDLAND & SOUTHERN DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE AVERAGES 2021 League matches only. Averages don't include bonus points. (Compiled by Mike Moseley) BIRMINGHAM RIDER MAT RIDES POINTS BP TOTAL AVERAGE Ben Trigger 5 16 47 0 47 11.75 Luke Muff 1 3 8 0 8 10.67 Sam Woolley 1 3 8 1 9 10.67 Jacob Fellows 6 18 38 6 44 8.44 Bailey Fellows 5 15 23 4 27 6.13 Tim Colley 1 3 4 2 6 5.33 Kai Ward 2 6 8 3 11 5.33 Jamie Sealey 3 6 3 1 4 2.00 Stephen Whitehouse 2 5 0 0 0 0.00 EASTBOURNE Ben Trigger 1 3 8 1 9 10.67 Nick Laurence 1 4 9 0 9 9.00 Josh Warren 3 10 20 1 21 8.00 Sam Woolley 1 4 8 0 8 8.00 Tim Colley 1 4 5 1 6 5.00 Stephen Whitehouse 1 2 2 0 2 4.00 Eli Meadows 3 9 8 2 10 3.56 James Jessop 1 0 0 0 0 0.00 Francesca Kirtley-Paine 1 0 0 0 0 0.00 Cesca Wright 1 3 0 0 0 0.00 WOLVERHAMPTON Sam Woolley 5 15 34 0 34 9.07 James Chattin 1 4 8 0 8 8.00 Bailey Fellows 1 3 6 0 6 8.00 Ryan Ashcroft 1 3 5 1 6 6.67 Kyran Lyden 1 3 3 0 3 4.00 Stephen Whitehouse 1 4 3 1 4 3.00 Ben Phillips 2 6 4 3 7 2.67 Tim Colley 4 14 8 1 9 2.29 William Richardson 1 3 0 0 0 0.00 MIDLAND & SOUTHERN DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE 2021 (League Matches excluding only, bonus points) Compiled by Mike Moseley. RIDER MEETINGS RIDES POINTS BP TOTAL AVERAGE Ben Trigger 6 19 55 1 56 11.58 Luke Muff 1 3 8 0 8 10.67 Sam Woolley 7 22 50 1 51 9.09 Nick Laurence 1 4 9 0 9 9.00 Jacob Fellows 6 18 38 6 44 8.44 James Chattin 1 4 8 0 8 8.00 Josh Warren 3 10 20 1 21 8.00 Ryan Ashcroft 1 3 5 1 6 6.67 Bailey Fellows 6 18 29 4 33 6.44 Kai Ward 2 6 8 3 11 5.33 Kyran Lyden 1 3 3 0 3 4.00 Tim Colley 6 21 17 4 21 3.24 Eli Meadows 3 10 8 2 10 3.20 Ben Phillips 2 6 4 3 7 2.67 Jamie Sealey 2 6 3 1 4 2.00 Stephen Whitehouse 4 11 5 1 6 1.82 James Jessop 1 0 0 0 0 0.00 Francesca Kirtley-Paine 1 3 0 0 0 0.00 William Richardson 1 3 0 0 0 0.00 Cesca Wright 1 3 0 0 0 0.00
  15. Speedway fan

    Birmingham Brummies 2020

    BIRMINGHAM supporters will have the opportunity to meet the man leading the bid to save the club next week.Nigel Tolley, a successful businessman based in Kinver, will be appearing on stage with current team boss Laurence Rogers at the Aston Manor Cricket Club on Tuesday, November 16 (7pm) to bring supporters an update on the future of the Brummies.Tolley, who is heading a consortium to keep the Perry Barr outfit on track in 2022 and beyond, will speak openly about all current situations and is also inviting questions from supporters in attendance.Club chief Rogers is urging loyal fans to turn out in good numbers and hear the latest on the future of the club first hand."There are problems we have been faced with - but we're not just going to give in like that," he said."We will give everything we've got to make sure the Brummies do survive and race on in 2022."No sale has been agreed as of yet and Nigel and the consortium are working tirelessly behind the scenes to try and secure extra funding etc to ensure everything is viable."Tuesday night is a great opportunity for supporters to hear first hand where we're currently at, the problems we are facing, how we plan to overcome those and where we want to try and ultimately get the Brummies too."There will be no admission fee for the event, however supporters are encouraged to make a donation to the Birmingham Speedway Supporters Club on the night itself. Share This:
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