Southern 100 Memorial Dedicated
Following the annual Memorial laps, to remember all associated with the races on the Billown Course since racing was last held in 2019, during the Southern 100 Bikers Service, a New Memorial to All Involved With The Southern 100 Races was dedicated by the Southern 100 Club Chaplain, The Reverend Cannon John Coldwell.
The Memorial was made possible through public subscription and has been designed, sourced, and locally made by Pooil Vaaish and the Southern 100 Club are most grateful to all who have contributed towards the cost.
Situated inside Kirk Malew the Southern 100 Memorial Stone is a place where race supporters, family and friends can gather to recall fond memories of all those who have contributed to this rich piece of Island history whether as competitors, marshals, officials, or a fan of the races.
Kirk Malew church was enhanced by a floral display which arranged by Tricia Clague, and dedicated to the Southern 100 Road Races, with an iconic racing machine previously ridden by James Cowton, Dan Hegarty and Jamie Coward an integral part of the display, kindly provided by Chris Lennon.
Music for the Service, now in its ninth year was provided by the Castletown Metropolitan Silver Band, which really brought an added dimension to the sound inside the packed church.