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Old 4th August 2020, 16:40
Lucky@LeMans Lucky@LeMans is offline
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Is anyone up for a low key, socially distanced get together around September time ?

I'll pm Kidge to see if he has any intentions of arranging something, like last year perhaps.

The Historic Specials Day at the Burford Wildlife park is on this Sunday 9th, if anyone might be interested.
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The Historic Specials Day at the Burford Wildlife park is on this Sunday 9th, if anyone might be interested.
From the 50s/60s Specials Group on FB:

As agreed with Cotswold Wildlife Park team 12.00noon 4th August.
1 Drivers of Classic cars get in free no need for membership cars but just need to identify as part of the Historic Specials Day event.
2 Passengers within the vehicle pay the group rate on the gate.
3 Visitor spectators in normal cars need to obtain an e-ticket on-line.
4 Our event, and the number persons involved has been accounted for with in the Parks allowed visitor role.

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Thanks for the info Mick.

I got the details from the Fairthorpe Sports Car Club website. There isn't anything to suggest pre registration for non "classic" car drivers, I suppose they assume everyone who attends will be in a classic !

Will non classic car drivers have to pay the entrance fee for the Wild Life Park even if they go no further than the car park ??
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If you are driving anything that looks "interesting" they will assume that you are there for the show and not charge for the driver. Usually, go past the payment booth and turn left. Go past the cars parked on the left, round the barriers if need be to the end field. If you are not in a 50s kit car, you'll be directed to a line of cars a few yards from the show "area". It's a super friendly show with an approachable crowd. Once you are in, the rest of Cotswold Wildlife Park is open to you. Say hello to Ian the rhino for me.
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Old Yesterday, 22:18
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I'll probably go and have a look, that will be the first car event of the year ! Shame my Z3GTc isn't ready yet !
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