Results of driving tests at Enstone December 2, 1989
1st class awards: A. D. Jones (A7); P. R. Rosomon (A7); J. S. Baxter (A7); R. J. Nice (A7); G. F. Smith (MG); M. G. Garfitt (FN-BMW); P. N. Bullett (A7).
2nd class awards: E. J. Peppercorn (A7); R. Low (A7); Miss J. Winder (A7); M. Kipping (Humber); S. Bird (Singer); D. B. Roberts (Alvis); D. Hescroff (AC); C. Hancock (Fiat); P. L. Mather (A7).
3rd class awards: A. J. P. Hall (A7); Mrs D. Threlfall (BSA); B. M. Clarke (Singer); S. A. Shoosmith (Riley); M. B. Bullett (A7); J. Gunn (A7); R. Gunn (A7); J. A. Millham (Vauxhall).
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