The CAMC have this evening sent an e-mail out to all centres stating that we can’t organise any rallies during July. The Executive Committee have changed their interpretation of the new rules that will come into force on the 4 July from “a rally was only for the siting / parking of leisure vehicles and that no social aspects of a rally could take place. However, there is now a very strong concern that by the manner in which a rally is organised through a Centre to enable a group to come together for a common cause, it is much more difficult to argue that a rally is not a gathering”. (It would be illegal for gatherings of more than 30 people to take place).
The CAMC will review the situation on 20 July 2020.
I am sorry to have to be the bearer of bad news but, we must comply with the CAMC rules to be legal ourselves. Hopefully we can get back out there in August. You can always use their club sites………….
Stay safe everyone.
I hope this message finds you all safe and well.
Finally some good news, the resumption of Cheshire Centre rallies.
Now the Government have confirmed that sites can re-open on the 4th July 2020 in England that means we can now rally again. The first Cheshire Centre rally will be at Holmston Hall during 17 – 19 July followed two weeks later by the Swanley House rally. Please support these rallies if you can; thank you.
So that Rally Officers and you, the rallier, can start making preparations and changes to the practices involved in organising and attending a rally, guidance has been issued from the CAMC, click here to read it.
I look forward to seeing you soon, but PLEASE read the guidance below, taking special note of the paragraph of individual’s responsibility; thanks.