THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK has cut a swathe through the events programme for the spring and summer of 2020.
From high profile events like the TT to the smallest club meet, rally, AGM or bike night, pretty much the whole classic calendar is off until August as the Government’s advice to stay indoors bites.
The biggest classic show of the year, the 40th Carole Nash Classic Motorcycle Show at Stafford, due to be held on April 25/26, has been postponed – twice.
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Originally rescheduled for June, as the impact of the outbreak became clearer, this has now been rescheduled again with a new date in August.
A spokesman for organisers Mortons Events said: “The safety and well-being of our visitors, exhibitors, partners, contractors and staff is the most important factor and the key reason for postponing the event.
“The events team have been continually monitoring the latest public health and Government guidelines regarding the evolving Covid-19 situation and acting in accordance with their advice.
“We have secured new dates for the show at the Stafford County Showground which will now take place on Saturday and Sunday, August 15/16, 2020. All ticket and trade bookings will be honoured for this new date. However, if you are unable to make this new date, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.”
For all ticket enquiries please contact 01507 529529 or email [email protected].
For all trade enquiries please contact our shows team on 01507 529430 or email [email protected].
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