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Wiscombe Park offer an exclusive range of quality leisure wear including polo and sweatshirts, fleeces and of course baseball caps. All garments have logo monogramming individual to Wiscombe Parkwhilst some will have additional embroidered detailing.

Be stylish with Wiscombe Leisure Wear

The Wiscombe Polo Shirt 

A unique design the detail of which features the Wiscombe park logo to the left chest with the web address to the left sleeve and within the half yoke at the rear neckline and the Wiscombe championship sponsors logo to the right sleeve.


  MENS SIZES   WOMENS SIZES  
Small - 38" Size 10 to fit 32"
Medium - 40" Size 12 to fit 34"
  Large - 42"   Size 14 to fit 36"  
X Large - 44" Size 16 to fit 38"  
  XX Large - 46"-48"   Size 18 to fit 40"  
  For other sizes please enquire   For other sizes please enquire  
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£21.00 each. Postage and Packing if required - up to two shirts £5.50

(Carrage on larger orders by request)

 

 

The Wiscombe Sweatshirt

A variety of sizes with a similar colourway to the polos above. Embroidery as polo but without detail to the sleeves.

 

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£23.00 each. Postage and Packing if required - up to two shirts £5.50

(Carrage on larger orders by request)

 

 

The Wiscombe Fleece

A comfortable fleece by Fruit of the Loom. In the customary Navy Blue of Wiscombe leisurewear. The garment is pill resistent with palin cuffs, two zip pockets and drawcord hem. The Wiscombe logo is positioned on the left chest with the website address embroidered below the rear neckline.

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£25.00 each. Postage and Packing if required - up to two shirts £5.50

(Carrage on larger orders by request)

 

The Wiscombe Baseball Cap

Contemporary styling. In navy blue with the Wiscombe Park Hill Climb logo to the front panel. Large 'bill' provides protection from sunlight and reduces glare.

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£10.00 each. Postage and Packing £1.50 if required

 

Fifty Years of Wiscombe Park Hill Climb - A Brief History

 

Compiled and edited by Colin Rolls this publication provides an insight into the first fifty years of speed hillclimbing at the south Devon venue from the first event on August 24th 1958 through to the 2009 season. Numerous anecdotes make this an easy read with an insight into the Chichester family and the partnership of Richard Chichester and Charles Lambton which brought the whole project into being. Numerous photographs add to the interest.

 

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Available for £5.00 at events or via mail order at £6.50. Contact Geoff Pickett

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