Classic Racer - - PADDOCK GOSSIP -

Paul Shoesmith, who sadly lost his life in the 2016 TT, was a great sup­porter of the Joey Dun­lop Foun­da­tion and as such his work is to be re­mem­bered at the Joey Dun­lop hol­i­day com­plex. Af­ter the death of Si­mon An­drews, at the North West 200, Paul also worked with the foun­da­tion to help or­gan­ise the Si­mon An­drews Me­mo­rial Lap and Janet, Paul’s part­ner, has also been a sup­porter of the char­ity, with her fa­ther and brother as­sist­ing with fundrais­ing in the past. The JDF have de­cided it is ap­pro­pri­ate to re­mem­ber Paul at the JDF hol­i­day com­plex and there was only one op­tion – to pur­chase a me­mo­rial bench to be sit­u­ated next to Si­mon An­drews’ me­mo­rial bench. To this end the JDF fund have de­cided to start a sep­a­rate ap­peal for the Paul Shoesmith Me­mo­rial Bench. All do­na­tions, small or large, would be greatly ap­pre­ci­ated and if you wish to do­nate, please do so via the web­site www.joey­dun­lop­foun­da­ or send a cheque to JDF, Brad­dan Bridge, Peel Road, Brad­dan, Isle of Man, IM4 4NT. For fur­ther in­for­ma­tion re­gard­ing JDF, please phone Kevin on 0164677741.

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