Baylon McCaughey HEART, CHEST & STROKE Fundraiser

As most of you may well know, I have been fortunate, over the past two years, to have received excellent attention from cardiac personnel. Thanks to their unfailing care and aftercare treatment, I feel much better. I would like to show my gratitude by giving something back to Chest Heart and Stroke, so I have decided to sell a badge, of which a percentage of sales will go to CH&S. The badge design has been approved by all the relevant authorities and are now available to order. The badge carries the same design of my Crash helmet, I used when racing, and this was based on my childhood hero, Brian Steenson, who was sadly killed at the 1970 Isle of Man TT races, which coincidentally was my first visit to the TT races! I've no doubt, that the motorcycle fraternity will support this worthy cause, Thank You” Baylon McCaughey, a former competitor on Off-Road and Tarmac events for over 35 years, a past Irish short Circuit champion and winner at his local road race ( Cookstown 100) is also a renowned photographer and journalist. Baylon has also been involved in the MCUI(UC) Training Schools, helping younger riders, and more recently set up the Baylon McCaughey Scholarship with the Irish Minibike Championship Pit Bike racing series. A popular person amongst all road racing and short circuit riders, officials, and marshalls North and South, Baylon has always been very supportive in many fundraising events over the years. Now it is our turn to show Baylon our support, by purchasing these badges in support of his named charity, Chest Heart & Stroke. The Badges sell at £6 each ( inc P&P) (ROI £7.00 inc P&P). Stickers also available @ £1.00 each. Please use the Friends & Family Option AND Don't forget to leave your name and address for postal requirements! PayPal; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. attachments; Action pics Rider No 6; Baylon McCaughey in action, with his favored rider, Brian Steenson style Crash Helmet, a style used in his Charity badges, pictured at Armoy and Mondello Park. Image accreditation; Mervyn McBride ( Armoy). Cuttings from Newspaper and Photo autographed by the late Colin Seeley; " Brian Steenson, Irelands Finest"Baylonp>A note from Baylon McCaughey ( PR For CD&MCC); “

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