Action Day 7 - Provisional Thoughts

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Re: Action Day 7 - Blyton Park 2020

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Lakeland997 wrote:Could be some more blue plastic there if we get this finished
Looks like it will be the year of the plastic :lol: :lol: :lol:Fantastic

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Re: Action Day 7 - Blyton Park 2020

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Just a quick heads up to anyone interested in attending this year Blyton.

The booking process will be a little different to previous years.

As you know, we have usually opened the booking line as soon as the date is confirmed, this has inevitably meant that many folks have booked so they don't miss out but have then at a later date cancelled because they don't have a car finished. This means expense for the booker & aggro for me & Javelin.

To avoid the above scenario this year, I propose the following. I will announce a firm date for the event as soon as it is confirmed, but I will hold off opening the booking line until about 6 or 8 weeks before the actual day. I will however give a countdown to when the booking ine will open so members of the forum get a good clear heads up as to when the web page goes live thus being abole to secure a place asap.

I hope that the above makes sense & you can see the logic in doing so.

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Re: Action Day 7 - Blyton Park 2020

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Sounds good Mark..... top job... :D

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Re: Action Day 7 - Blyton Park 2020

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Sounds good to me Mark, I will definitely have my GTM there next year! Do you need an MOT to go on track? ;)

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Re: Action Day 7 - Blyton Park 2020

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MOT NOT ESSENTIAL.
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Re: Action Day 7 - Blyton Park 2020

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Are you able to say which circuit have you booked for 2020 ?

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Re: Action Day 7 - Blyton Park 2020

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Circuit not decided yet.

Will ask for opinions much closer to the time.
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Re: Action Day 7 - Blyton Park 2020

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mk1 wrote:MOT NOT ESSENTIAL.
:o :o unless it is less than 40 year old and ya wana gu chippy Saturday neet init darn at Gainbrugh :lol: :lol: :lol:
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AndyB72 wrote:Sounds good to me Mark, I will definitely have my GTM there next year! Do you need an MOT to go on track? ;)

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Anyone interested in these early Cox should take a good look at this one.
In my opinion it’s the nicest original, correct, early Cox left.

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Re: Action Day 7 - Blyton Park 2020

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This threads gone very 'ohh matron' very quickly, or is that thought just a poor reflection on me :lol:

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