2021 Exiges track day

Planning a get-together, or want to tell us about a track day ?
ade
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thommo wrote: Wed Apr 21, 2021 10:20 pm That’s seriously bad news, Ade, sorry to hear it. Is there not to be an a further announcement from the Welsh government today (22nd) which might ease matters further?
Looks like it is Friday "On Friday (23 April 2021), the First Minister will confirm further relaxations to the covid rules that will come into force on Monday 26 April 2021." taken from https://gov.wales/outdoor-hospitality-g ... axed-wales
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ade wrote: Thu Apr 22, 2021 2:49 pm
thommo wrote: Wed Apr 21, 2021 10:20 pm That’s seriously bad news, Ade, sorry to hear it. Is there not to be an a further announcement from the Welsh government today (22nd) which might ease matters further?
Looks like it is Friday "On Friday (23 April 2021), the First Minister will confirm further relaxations to the covid rules that will come into force on Monday 26 April 2021." taken from https://gov.wales/outdoor-hospitality-g ... axed-wales
Fingers crossed things change for your benefit Ade. Unfortunately I think it's Anglesey being overly cautious rather than it being a strict adherence to Govt' policy (as let's face it, it's not against the law to sit in a car with your Son!). It's' their first event of the year apparently, so perhaps understandably they're being very careful about it.
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Fonzey wrote: Thu Apr 22, 2021 2:59 pm
ade wrote: Thu Apr 22, 2021 2:49 pm
thommo wrote: Wed Apr 21, 2021 10:20 pm That’s seriously bad news, Ade, sorry to hear it. Is there not to be an a further announcement from the Welsh government today (22nd) which might ease matters further?
Looks like it is Friday "On Friday (23 April 2021), the First Minister will confirm further relaxations to the covid rules that will come into force on Monday 26 April 2021." taken from https://gov.wales/outdoor-hospitality-g ... axed-wales
Fingers crossed things change for your benefit Ade. Unfortunately I think it's Anglesey being overly cautious rather than it being a strict adherence to Govt' policy (as let's face it, it's not against the law to sit in a car with your Son!). It's' their first event of the year apparently, so perhaps understandably they're being very careful about it.
The issue stems to the max 30 people in a bubble (they have two bubbles of drivers), they want as many cars running as possible in each bubble, me being a guest\2nd driver\tutor removes 1 other driver and therefore car from that bubble. in essence a loss of income to LoT. I was hoping some would cancel and therefore allow me to be a tutor for the day, but I suspect this isn't going to happen, currently cancellation looks the most likely outcome :cry:
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I was at Anglesey last year for their first opening after lockdown, it’s as suggested, they are being very careful and they told us there were plenty of people checking up on them, with the threat of being closed if they did not comply.

Sessions and limited attendance is a pain and I know knocks the event in the head for some. The staff at Anglesey did run it very well last year and were helpful, as always,
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there are at least 4 cancellations 100%
give Paul a buzz
ade
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seriouslylotus wrote: Thu Apr 22, 2021 6:32 pm add
there are at least 4 cancellations 100%
give Paul a buzz
I don't have his number, but he has already made me aware I am right at the bottom of his list for a 2nd driver place, I suspect this is because I am not a paid member so they are getting priority. I hope we might be up there as I will be cancelling two place if I can't get one extra driver.
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Paul has a reserve list and My brother is on it. I haven’t been made aware of a space being available for him yet so I’m guessing not enough have cancelled to give him a spot.
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Sorry Ade, that is shite poor.
Still, look on the bright side, saves your son picking up any bad habits from you....




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The Missus has said she's coming. She'll go off and cycle around the island for the day.
Not certain that Prem Inn will be serving food but we'll make the best of it
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ade
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Well I've just had a response to say it is unlikely to change, so there are most likely two cancellations happening Saturday :(

This is probably because there is a reserve list of people willing to take a place,

ho hum another thing I'll miss due to Covid, my list is very long sadly :(
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661 wrote: Thu Apr 22, 2021 8:17 pm Sorry Ade, that is shite poor.
Still, look on the bright side, saves your son picking up any bad habits from you....
That is a very good point, I have loads of terrible habits ;)
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