Imp Club's 1998 National Weekend was held from mid-day Thursday 30th July, to mid-day Monday 3rd August, 1998. The venue was near St. Andrews: at the Craigtoun Country Park, in the Kingdom of Fife, Scotland.
Imp '98 was jointly organised by the Scottish A.C.O.s and their respective membership:
From the hand of Scott Skinner:
team owner of the Alan Fraser Racing Team, has accepted the invitation to come to the National Weekend at Craigtoun Country Park, and will attend on the Sunday.
The organising committee are delighted that Alan will be able to attend, which will add to the expected Lledo Vanguard release of a Frasers Imps Limited Edition set at that time.
In discussions with Lledo, the subject of the Fraser Imps led to a request to appraise the prepared Lledo resin models prior to production. Mike Scott contacted Alan Fraser and he agreed to appraise the Lledo resin models with suggestions.
Following this contact with the 'long-lost promotor of the Imp', the Imp Club committee has been approached to offer Alan Fraser an Honorary Membership. The 1998 National Weekend Committee have also nominated Alan Fraser's Mountain Animal Sanctuary as the charity which will benefit from the event.
About St. Andrews
The town of St Andrews has existed for over 1,000 years. The oldest record dates from the 8th century.
It lies on the east coast of Fife, Scotland. During the Middle Ages it became a flourishing town, and Scotland's most important and largest cathedral was built here. It is also the site of Scotland's first university.
Today, St. Andrews retains its historical character and it is known for its golf courses, university, wool mills, museums, shops, sea life centre and beautiful beaches. The area offers something for every Imp owner.
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