June 20 issue
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See also the NESCRO website
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|Crofterra Pandemonia announces cancellation - 6 August |
is with much regret that the organisers of the 2020 La Crofterra
Pandemonia, due to take place 5 & 6 September, advise that
the event will not be going ahead.
Part of the
planned route was going well into the Grampian area and with the
escalating and quickly changing situation in the Aberdeen area in the
last couple of days we are unable to proceed with the event.
organisers have worked extremely hard in the hope that we could get the
event to run but with just 4 weeks to go it doesn’t look like
restrictions will be lifted sufficiently for the route we have planned
and to allow everyone to take part and enjoy this amazing event as we
have in past years. If you have booked accommodation with MacDonald
Hotels Highland Resort we advise that you contact them ASAP to discuss
your booking before Saturday 8th August.
My thanks go to Dave
Spence & Roddie Main for all their hard work. We are extremely
disappointed that we haven’t been able to bring the 2020 event to
you all but we look forward to planning for the Crofterra returning for
us all in 2021.
Fiona Munro, Club President, HCC
|Looking Ahead to 2021|
are looking to 2021 and a full programme of events when hopefully this
covid-19 pandemic is behind us and all clubs can return to a full
2021 would normally include the club's bi-annual
continental tour, but are offering a grand tour right on our doorstep
closer to home.
to be flexible, this tour that can be joined and left at any point,
making this event ideal to fit into a busy motorsporting calendar.
|Building Back Better - July 2020 |
return of Formula 1 at Silverstone marks, despite no spectators, a big
step in UK motorsport activity. With more events starting to take
place locally and nationally during these difficult times, it is thanks
to all those organising and taking part that they happen at all.
UK guidance to keep us all safe can seem daunting, but many clubs are
pushing hard to revive some form of grassroots events.
This July issue highlights these activities and much more
CCHMSC website. The club
runs rallies and tours for historic and sporting cars of all
types. You don't need to have a Classic or historic car to
the club. We have plenty of drivers looking for navigators, and
marshals are always in demand. [more].
join the club,
download an application form and send
it off [Member
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