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    Provisional for me - if not camping I will most likely pop down on the Saturday.

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    This is another one I'm hoping will still be able to go ahead. As ever I'll keep you informed as often as I can.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TopCat1127 View Post
    Guys, gonna have to suck it and see on this one, got Thundersport at Donny weekend before then Anglesey end of August..........that may well be more miles than even i could handle lol but will keep tabs and see whats going on closer the time, also Chris may just be a bit closer than he thinks if i get shouted to go fix stuff lol

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    Up until yesterday it looked like infections were on a wavering decline. It's since gone up as have deaths (alarmingly) and I kind of feel like even if we see the back of the graph happen in a month or so, we're going to be told to keep apart for months yet.

    I'll love it it we come out of it by the time of Cougarfest, but... I think the year might be a writeoff. As a vulnerable person, I don't suppose I should take the risk, and none of us are getting any younger.

    Thank you for your efforts Matt. I hope we can get together soon.
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    I guess it's a moveable feast mate, I know Andy is looking at the Castle Combe October date so maybe we could combine Fest with that if we had to.
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    I have tonight emailed Bramblewood as I am hopeful as ever that with recent plans announced to ease restrictions on hospitality and holidays Fest may still be able to go ahead and I wanted to confirm my intention to hold the event if they are open. Obviously any decision to open for business is down to them, and they may decide to put in their own restrictions, but I'm sure we can work around most situations. It would be good to get at least one get-together this year.
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    I mean, of all the places you could fit 15 cars, tents, and still manage to do social distancing... But, yes that is their risk to decide upon.

    Ours too of course.
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    It was really for that reason Chris - if we have to be a bit more spread out, better that we have first (and possibly only) dibs on the rally field.
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    Quick update on this - I received this email over the weekend. Sounds promising, but note the part about the shower/toilet block possibly having to remain closed. This would be OK for caravanners with their own facilities, but would knock it on the head for us. As ever I'll keep you informed when I can.

    Hi Matt
    Currently we do not know when we will be able to open, although from what I have seen there may be a relaxation as part of the 4th July review.

    I know that the C&CC and the M&CC are pushing the government for permission to re-open, the only caveat may be that our toilet block may have to remain closed for an interim period, although fresh water and waste (CDP) will be available.
    If you follow us on facebook, that is where we will post that the site is re-opening.
    We have your booking in the diary, so at the moment it is a bit of a wait and see.
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