ISSC Face Masks Now Available!
Following on from the masks being unveiled on Tuesday, these can be purchased online (see below) or obtained from ISSC, 7 Penshurst Road, Ipswich, IP3 8QZ.
Cost per mask £3.00 plus £1.00 post and packaging. Cheques should be payable to Save Our Speedway. We can confirm that 100% of the profit is for the benefit of the Save Our Speedway account only. Our thanks must go to Witches Winner sponsor, Premier Logo's for all their support with the supply , printing and providing these at cost. This enables us to raise much needed funds for Save Our Speedway. Big thanks to Drew Kemp for modelling the mask!
Buy your mask(s) online: Click the 'Buy Now' button and you will be taken to your online shopping cart where you can change the ticket quantity, if required. Then just select one of the checkout buttons displayed (they both go to the same screen) to complete your payment.
Note: Our online payments are handled by Paypal but you do not have to open a Paypal account to use this service; instructions to make payments as a 'guest' appear below the Paypal login option on the checkout screen
Important - do not use the 'back' button on your browser at any time during the order process.
Important note: Please provide your desired delivery address as part of your payment to avoid delays in posting out.
HOW TO JOIN US
Ipswich Speedway season ticket holders automatically receive membership of the supporters club and everyone else can join the Supporters Club for just £5 per year.
An application form can be downloaded by clicking on the link to the left of this page or you can call in at the Supporters Club hut on a meeting day. Please note: membership renewal letters are not sent out, so don’t forget to renew at the start of each season!
400 CLUB Draw
The 400 Club was set up in 1996 to help provide funds for the ‘Save Our Speedway’ campaign. This was supported by MP Jamie Cann and the Ipswich Evening Star and helped to ensure the continuance of speedway at Foxhall when it looked as if crippling stadium rent increases would force the club to close. The 400 Club continues to provide the club with valuable financial help with 50% of the income received being donated to the S.O.S. fund. Members pay a monthly payment of £5 either by cash or standing order.