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||Posted - 12/06/2020 : 08:08:59
Update on All British Day.
The Kings Schools Fair has been cancelled but the art show may go ahead but not necessarily in its usual form.
The School is happy for the car show to go ahead subject to Government restrictions. As the lock-down restrictions ease we may be able to get together and decide what we should do. None of the food and drinks will have been arranged (it is possible that food still will not be allowed to be sold/served) but we may be able to book our own. Extra toilet's will be required as well.
As soon as the Government does announce what will or won't be allowed in September we can make some decisions.
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||Posted - 24/07/2020 : 20:07:47
I hope this finds you all well and safe.
As the lockdown is now ramping up I think you would agree that it is
more unlikely that we can manage the extra requirements for a covid safe
event. It is with great disappointment that I concede that the virus has
In June, the NSW Government was aiming to allow small music festivals to
operate from August but there is no sign of this happening now. At the
moment, we would fall under the Showground category which allows 1
person per 4 square metres but with a limit of 500 people per event (non
seated). With an average of two people per car that would only allow 250
We are not able to use the hall at Brush Farm due restriction of numbers
so rather than prolong the situation I think it is best if we cancel for
The most logical action going forward is to credit each club, what ever
they have paid, against next year's event.
Lastly, Rob Allen, who as you may remember, was quite sick last year (he
made the set up day but not the event) has had a serious heart attack
but is now on the mend. I am sure you will join me in wishing Rob a
||Posted - 12/06/2020 : 15:23:22
Thanks John for the info update