Scootering

When ‘Two Tribes Go to War’

Kev Williams always knew that the theme of this scooter would be controversial. However, having served in the Forces and coming from a family with a strong mining history, Kev isn’t afraid of confrontation. The name of the scooter, ‘When Two Tribes Go to War’, could be interpreted as being divisive, but the name isn’t there to be confrontational, it’s there to underpin and remind us of the deep-rooted impact and affect the miners’ strike had on communities, livelihoods and the future of British industry. The miners’ strike lasted for a year and involved miners from collieries throughout the country. At the time Margaret Thatcher was Prime Minister, and the 1980s had seen a long

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