Vintage silver and enamel watch fob / medal from the Witley and District Motor Cycle and Light Car Club engraved on back Weston Trophy Trial 1st Class D. Bryant 1952 " and stamped "Sterling Silver. Below is an extract from their website. The Witley & DMCC was founded in 1921 and became affiliated to the ACU in 1924.The Club, through the energy, vision and commitment of its members over the years, together with outstanding leadership, has been successful over the whole spectrum of motorcycle sport. The Boxing Day Scramble, grass tracks at Woolgars Farm, Peper Harow, and elsewhere, and trials, especially the Weston Trophy, have made an outstanding contribution to the promotion of motorcycle sport in the South East. The Club was involved in youth training as early as 1948 before setting up a fresh and very successful RAC/ACU Training Scheme from the mid 1960's onwards. Road racing has not been neglected - in 1965 our enthusiastic and successful group of Witley road racers won the team prize in the Manx Grand Prix. For the road rider, road navigation and regularity events have been run and teams have competed successfully in the National Rally on many occasions.
The Club has also had many very successful individual members, including winners of the British and Southern Experts, the Scottish Six Days Trial, and many other national events, and won the SE Centre Team Trial on numerous occasions between 1931 and 1980. Individuals have won SE Centre Competition Shields for trials, grass track and road trials several times. The Pinhard Prize, an annual award for the most meritorious performance in motorcycle sport by an under 21 year old, was won by Derek Adsett when a Club member in 1964.
Individual members have also performed successfully in the ISDT, both at Trophy and Vase levels: in 1997 and 1999 Club teams were entered for the ISDE events in Italy and Portugal. The Witley Club team emerged best of the 13 British teams entered and 6. Overall out of 53 teams entered from all over the world.The Witley and DMCC is one of the oldest clubs in the Centre continuously affiliated to the ACU. Its history is to some extent a reflection of the development of motorcycle sport in the 20th Century, and as we look to the future we have to take into account the world in which we live - pressures on the use of land, environmental considerations, the cost of competition, and the need to compete effectively with other forms of leisure activity.