Newark Vintage Tractor & Heritage - 8th-10th Nov

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Re: Newark Vintage Tractor & Heritage - 8th-10th Nov

Post by woollen797 » Thu Mar 19, 2020 5:29 pm

We avoided the mass exit by staying till Monday morning
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Re: Newark Vintage Tractor & Heritage - 8th-10th Nov

Post by RMS » Thu Mar 19, 2020 6:04 pm

I wonder if everything will have settled by November :shrug:

Might be the only show we get to this year :stars:
1967 109" Carawagon 200TDi
1958 109" Carawagon 2.25P (project)
1972 109" Carawagon 200 or 300TDi (project)
1972 109" SW Carawagon 2.5NA (project)
1974 Dormobile 2.25D (project)
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Re: Newark Vintage Tractor & Heritage - 8th-10th Nov

Post by gossamer » Sun Mar 29, 2020 5:17 pm

I'm up for that.
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Re: Newark Vintage Tractor & Heritage - 8th-10th Nov

Post by woollen797 » Sat Apr 11, 2020 11:23 am

If no shows hopefully we can get a camping trip in by then.
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Re: Newark Vintage Tractor & Heritage - 8th-10th Nov

Post by RobW » Mon Jul 06, 2020 6:00 pm

Camping maybe, but not Newark. Email from the organisers today.


Cancellation of Newark Vintage Tractor & Heritage Show
7th and 8th November 2020


After careful consideration, the Newark and Nottinghamshire Agricultural Society (NNAS) have announced the cancellation of The Newark Vintage Tractor & Heritage Show, due to take place on 7th and 8th November 2020, at Newark Showground.

The decision was a unanimous recommendation by the Show’s Advisory Committee due to the ongoing uncertainty relating to the Coronavirus pandemic, the extent of necessary social distancing measures and the difficulty in maintaining them at an event that is social by nature. The NNAS have also received feedback from Vintage Tractor Clubs that many members had mothballed their entries for 2020 and despite the genuine desire to support the Show, the practicalities to attend were challenging. From the Society’s perspective, the main priority continues to be supporting its charitable objectives whilst maintaining the safety of visitors, exhibitors, volunteers and staff members.

Chair of the Show Advisory Committee and NNAS Chairman, Roger Jackson comments, “We are of course incredibly disappointed as the event is such a social, well supported show with entries, competitors, visitors and Vintage Tractor Clubs from all over the UK and Europe who make a special journey every November to Newark to display and showcase their equipment and see one of the biggest and best collections of vintage agricultural equipment in the country. A sad loss to the 2020 calendar.”

The show’s organisers thank the committee, volunteers and supporters of the show for their continued enthusiasm and look forward to welcoming everyone back to next year’s show on 13th and 14th November 2021. They also ask people to keep an eye on the website www.newarkvintagetractorshow.com for more information regarding the themes and entries for 2021.
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