NEWS: British Indoor Finals – Appeal for ‘set-up’ volunteers

The promotors of this weekend`s British Indoor finals, to be staged in Coventry, have appealed for volunteers to help this Friday (2nd January 2015) afternoon, at 4pm, to assist with the mammoth task of `setting-up` the arena, track and hall for the two day Cycle Speedway extravaganza.

A local Coventry CSC contingent will be on hand and will be joined by several Wednesfield CSC members such as Roger Ellis, Steve Mullinder and Dave Jewkes. The Kemp family, who live nearby, are also expected to attend.

A British Indoor finals promotor said: “If anyone is in the area between 4m and 8pm, and can spare a hand, we shall be delighted to see you. We have have to turn a cavernous empty hall into a British Final arena in just 4 hours. Tasks include unloading 22 sections of the specially imported airfence, building it, inflating it, positioning barriers and seating, adding a PA system and cleaning the track surface with machines and by good old fashioned mopping”.

Coming soon on 33/18 News
All the news on the British Indoor finals. See our preview and background news. Plus a special feature on how one mans vision led to the British Indoor finals continuing after an insurance claim spelled the end of the finals on safety grounds. See also our special `Guide To Coventry” – an all you need to know guide to Coventry for the hundreds of Cycle Speedway visitors to the city this weekend.