The latest information we have, as at Wednesday 24 June 2020…
The Beaulieu 2020 Autumn Autojumble, scheduled for 5 and 6 September 2020, is cancelled. Beaulieu have said:
We are sorry to have to say that we have made the difficult decision to cancel The 2020 International Autojumble. It has become increasingly apparent with social distancing requirements and the quarantine on international travel that holding large events like the International Autojumble will not be possible this year. We look forward to welcoming you back in 2021. If you are an existing ticket holder or exhibitor, we would like to give you the choice to roll over your exhibitor stand(s) or visitor tickets for the International Autojumble in 2021 (dates TBC) or receive a full refund.
2020 VSCC Events
The VSCC has informed its members of the following:
- Both Prescott meetings will be cancelled as competitive events.
- Track days will replace both, on their original dates.
- Mallory Park subject to expressions of interest from competitors; other formats will be considered if insufficient entries expected.
- Loton Park to run as normal, subject to government, owners and MSUK guidelines.
- Shelsley Walsh is rescheduled to 8 August 2020, but with no spectators
- Castle Combe is still scheduled for 4 October 2020, subject to decisions by the organisers.
- Welsh Trial cancelled.
This means that we shall not be taking our usual SAHB stand at VSCC Prescott on 1st and 2nd August. See you there in 2021, with luck and a following ERA…
All VSCC events up to the 27 June 2020 Scottish Tour had already been postponed.
We have postponed our planned Spring Seminar to October. Effectively, we intend to move the Spring Seminar to our Autumn Seminar slot, which is currently planned for Sunday 11th October. We shall of course keep everyone informed of developments.
As at 24 June 2020 this has not changed – yet.
2020 WFFMM – NAAM conference moves to 2021
The Revs Institute, WFFMM, and NAAM have agreed to delay the November 2020 joint conference at the Revs Institute with the World Forum for Motor Museums (WFFMM) and National Association of Automobile Museums (NAAM) until April 28-May 1, 2021. This is to ensure the health and safety of staff, guests, and sponsors. In addition, they all wanted to give the museums and venues enough time to begin their financial recovery. As much as possible, the conference will go on as planned. The basic calendar and events will remain on schedule, just at the April-May dates.