2021 Exiges track day

Planning a get-together, or want to tell us about a track day ?
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Fonzey
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Does camping fall under outdoor hospitality? :?
Lavazza
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I believe camp sites will be open from 12th April.

If possible, I'll look for a self catering option.
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Fonzey
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Yep we planned to have a few family days away anyway either side of the trackday so had an Airbnb (or similar) intended anyway.

Welsh regs could be different though of course so still need to keep an eye out.
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Good point on national differences.
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If we are unable to stay in the Hotel it will be impossible for us to attend, the way I read the rules the hotels will not be open in time, I'm currently hoping Welsh hotels will reopen in time. What do others think?
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ade wrote: Tue Feb 23, 2021 12:26 pm If we are unable to stay in the Hotel it will be impossible for us to attend, the way I read the rules the hotels will not be open in time, I'm currently hoping Welsh hotels will reopen in time. What do others think?
Hotels are out (unless Wales go a different way) but self catering "staycations" are allowed - so Airbnb/camping/etc seems to be green lit.
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But, in England at least, self contained accom is only for ONE household... so that's out.

For Wales, things are ot yet clear on accom/hotels/pubs etc.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-56165569
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Lavazza wrote: Tue Feb 23, 2021 2:07 pm But, in England at least, self contained accom is only for ONE household... so that's out.
It is if you thought everyone was going to share a cottage? :lol: Should be fine for singles/couples to find a place each.
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Well put it this way, I won't be paying for self contained accom just for myself, and you're unlikely to be able to pay for just one night. So it's not really economic.
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Lavazza wrote: Tue Feb 23, 2021 2:13 pm Well put it this way, I won't be paying for self contained accom just for myself, and you're unlikely to be able to pay for just one night. So it's not really economic.
Try Airbnb, there's loads* of 1 or 2 night options for £50-£100/night.


*loads normally, who knows what availability will be like when Wales regs are announced.

I'm looking at one for the weekend, just trying to get my head around cancellation implications if the Welsh regs are a little more lethargic to relax.
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