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Wildcats Confirmed For The Conference - 29/11/06

WEYMOUTH Wildcats have been accepted into the Conference League for 2007. The move was confirmed at a British Speedway Promoters’ Association meeting at ACU House in Rugby, Warwickshire and it caps what has been a marvellous week for the Dorset outfit. Last Thursday West Dorset District Council planners voted unanimously to grant consent for change of use at the Wessex Stadium track, which has only been operating on a temporary basis over the past three seasons.

Grrreat News For Speedway Lovers - 29/11/06

Letter by Bruce the Dog - Dorset Echo

HUGE congratulations to Weymouth Wildcats on their successful planning application. Speedway is an excellent form of family entertainment and I am so glad all of their hard work and dedication has resulted in such good news.

Picture: John Guird JG1213

Fans Celebrate As Speedway Is Saved - 24/11/06

Councillors Unanimously Support Controversial Scheme

WEYMOUTH speedway boss Phil Bartlett was celebrating today after councillors backed his controversial bid to keep speedway in Weymouth.
His supporters cheered as West Dorset District Council planners voted unanimously to grant consent for change of use at the Chickerell track. Their approval means speedway - which has operated on a temporary basis for three seasons - can stay in Weymouth.

Dog Takes Lead At Council Meeting - 20/11/06

BRUCE the border collie is to join in a West Dorset District Council meeting this week — after a special invite from planners. The request came after his owner penned a spoof letter on controversial proposals for Speedway at Weymouth’s Wessex Stadium. Officials at the council decided his views were so important he should ‘address’ a meeting of the council’s development control committee.
Picture: John Guird JG1213

End of Season Presentation Awards - 20/11/06

Weymouth Wildcats Ltd End Of Season Awards

Wildcats Fear For The Future - 17/11/06

Latest Speedway Rescue Plan Likely To Be Rejected

THE future of speedway in Weymouth hangs in the balance after the latest rescue plans were dealt a blow. Weymouth Wildcats want to continue to use the Wessex Stadium track despite noise objections from some residents living nearby. The club has applied for planning permission to retain facilities and reduce noise levels at the track. Now planning officers at West Dorset District Council have recommended the application should be rejected. The matter will now be decided at a meeting of the council’s development control committee next week.

Bridger Backing Cats For Planning Approval - 02/11/06

SPEEDWAY sensation Lewis Bridger believes the continuing development of clubs like the Weymouth Wildcats is an integral part of the sport’s future. The Eastbourne Eagles star enjoyed a fine spell at the Wessex Stadium outfit last year and he is now keeping his fingers crossed that plans will be passed by West Dorset District Council to allow his former team to race full-time and enter the Conference League next season.

Time Is Running Out - 01/11/06

Time is running out as the closing date for letters of support is this Friday 3rd November.

So if you have not yet done so please support Weymouth Wildcats Ltd with their planning application to continue to run speedway at the Wessex Stadium by sending your letter of support.

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