"Dwight’s Park memorial"

 living the Dream #26

27-year-old Dwight BEARE, who lived on the Isle of Man and was a joiner by trade, lost his life while competing in this year’s TT SIDECAR race.

A group of tradesmen who worked alongside Dwight on "Hartford Homes" Cronk Cullyn development in Colby wished to pay a lasting tribute to their workmate by installing a memorial bench on site.

A memorial bench and new play park named in the honour of late Australian sidecar racer have been unveiled at Cronk Cullyn, Colby.

Dwight’s mother Robyn Stewart and his partner Tash Beare were joined by other family members, racing sponsors, friends and colleagues iN SEPTEMBER to formally declare ‘Dwight’s Park’ open to the public .

THEY WENT EVEN FURTHER by naming the entire play area at the centre of the development after him, with the consent of Arbory Commissioners.

Dwight’s Park and bench are at the heart of the Cronk Cullyn estate, surrounded by the houses he helped to build.

Photo Dwight’s mother Robyn Stewart and partner Tash Beare (front right) were joined by his main racing sponsors Clive Coates and Ann Murray (front left), friends and colleague to unveil the memorial park and bench.