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New Volunteer sought

The Michael Sedgwick Memorial Trust was created to commemorate one of the world’s greatest automotive historians. Following his death in 1983, his friends established the M.S.M.T. with the specific purpose of encouraging authors and publishers to put historical works on motoring into print, often providing financial support. The Trust seeks a person to manage publicity and its website, and welcomes applications from interested parties who would like to work with this exciting and rewarding ‘not for profit’ charitable trust. There are usually four meetings each year, held at the National Motor Museum at Beaulieu. The successful appointee will be working with some of the most interesting people in the publishing and printing world. Candidates for this unpaid position are asked to submit a simple CV, outlining their areas of interest and skills. Interviews will take place on the 22 June.

In the first instance, please contact the Trust’s Secretary, Mr Ian Dussek, ondussek@btinternet.com.

Peter W. Card

Chairman: The Michael Sedgwick Memorial Trust

www.michaelsedgwicktrust.co.uk


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