In the up coming, July/ August edition of the Bury & West Suffolk magazine, Lavenham Classics’ coordinator, Bruce Goddard, talks about past shows and what can be expected in 2022.
article reproduced courtesy of Bury & West Suffolk magazine.
Dear fellow classic vehicle enthusiast,
I hope that you and your families and friends are keeping safe during these challenging times.
Given the restrictions on meeting in public places and the requirements for social distancing, amongst the other myriad of Government guidelines, I thought that I should update you on the current situation regarding Lavenham Classics.
It is still my intention to hold the event, albeit with some revisions and being mindful that Covid 19 control methods are a moving feast.
In anticipation of the further easing of movement & meeting restrictions I intend to keep the event scheduled unless I have no alternative but to cancel it. I am hopeful of it being a celebration of the return to some sort of normality.
Thus for this year there will be a strict “Entry by issued ticket only” policy in order that entry numbers can be contained within the available space whilst delivering safe distancing between entrants. For this reason there is no entry cut-off date, first come, first served will apply.
Therefore please do get your entry forms in if you wish to attend.
The event is organised on behalf of Lavenham Community Council, a registered charity, who will process your entry in the usual way: cashing your entry cheque upon receipt and issuing tickets during early August.
IF the event does have to be cancelled then full refunds will be issued immediately.
[As a result of feedback from last year I am delighted to announce that the award winning Lavenham Butchers are providing the catering this year, supported by our usual bar and ice cream providers].
Enjoy your classic vehicles and most of all, keep safe.