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Michael Sedgwick Memorial Trust – announcing their brand new website

We are delighted to announce the launch of the new website of the Michael Sedgwick Memorial Trust.

The Trust plays a vital role in encouraging and supporting new and original research into any aspect of motoring history.  This can be through the publication of the research as a book, other printed medium or publishing on the world wide web. The Trust gives advice to would-be authors and tries to ‘connect up’ authors and publishers. The Trust’s view is that even books with a very limited sales potential should be published if the subject matter is worthy and the research is new and comprehensive.

In cases where the publisher or author believes that the subject is worthy of publication but is not going to be a viable commercial proposition, the Michael Sedgwick Trust can often offer some financial help to bridge the gap.

The new site is still very much work in progress, and there are many things that will be added in the coming weeks and months – so keep visiting!

Here’s a link to the new site:

We’ve also placed a link to the new site on our Sources & Links page (see the menu across the top of this site).

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