CLUB HISTORY

Cheshire Northwest Schoolboy Scramble Club started off life in the 1970s as the Cheshire Schoolboy Scramble Club The Cheshires.

In those days there were three clubs in the local area. The Northwest Schoolboy Scramble Club The Northwest, The Cheshires and the Dragons Schoolboy Scramble Club The Dragons.

In the 80s the Northwest Club were the dominant club of the three running events such as Nationals and even the first Schoolboy International.

During the late 80s the popularity of the Northwest club dwindled to such an extent that by about 89/90 the Northwest club sought amalgamation with one or preferably both of the other two clubs.

The Cheshires who were holding their own, agreed and formed what is known today as The Cheshire Northwest Schoolboy Scramble Club.

In 1992 Peacocks Hey was in the fields on the opposite side of the road to todays circuit. The owner of the land, a friend of Schoolboy MX, was willing to sell the land and the then committee of the Cheshires put together the finances to purchase Peacocks Hey as we know it today.

In 1992 temporary planning permission was granted and in 1995 this was made permanent.

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