ANH 154

Back in February this year we sent 154 away to H C Davis & Sons of Corby for a service and to fix a loss of power issue. Amongst other things Davis's diagnosed a sticking valve and injectors needing replacing. A complete top engine rebuild was accomplished after a few hiccups sourcing new replacement parts. By the time 154 was put back together Covid had arrived, which meant 154 was stranded and locked down in Corby with no way of being retrieved due to restrictions. Though safe and secure she has been stabled outside for all these weeks and we have been desperate to get it back under the cover of our own storage facility. An opportunity to repatriate 154 presented itself today, now the restrictions have eased slightly. It drove back very well and performed as it should do. Now back to full fitness it's back home and under cover and awaiting a time where our volunteers can get cleaning and preparing her for...
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Covid19 – Coronavirus.

The Committee have been keeping the situation under regular review and will naturally follow all Government advice as the situation progresses. The current position is that we have cancelled all events this year. However, we hope to be able to carry out some trips later in the year as well as the Heritage Open Days weekend and the Market Square event although these may be on a smaller scale than in previous years. In making these decisions we have taken into consideration many factors. Currently we only have 154 available to use as planned work on 267 and 654 has had to stop. It may be some time after restrictions are lifted that we get them back on the road as they will need MoT tests when work is complete. A considerable amount of time also goes into organising events and we need a degree of certainty that an event will take place before we start expending time and money in...
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