Drive-it-Day 2020 abandoned

Drive-it-Day 2020 news
This news broke after some of the classic car publications had gone to print earli so do be aware the situation regarding Drive-it-Day 2020 has changed since earlier this week. Details are alongside.

PBIS Drive-it-Day 2020 event
PBIS has released a note saying their Drive-it-Day event at Braxted Park has been postponed to 27th September 2020. NEWS

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An announcement from the Federation for British Historic Vehicles Clubs (FBHVC) has responded to the updated UK Government guidance and restrictions and recommends that all activities that involve taking a historic vehicle out on the road specifically for the purposes of Drive it Day, now be abandoned. All enthusiasts are now urged to stay at home on Saturday 26th April 2020 and not partake in any non-essential travel for Drive it Day and instead, get involved in a nationwide social media campaign to spread positivity around historic vehicles during this difficult time".
The FBHVC continues "currently the UK Government are advising against all non-essential social contact. Our current general guidance to car clubs, that can be found on our website www.fbhvc.co.uk , encourages the cancellation or postponement of meets, events and gatherings of people. Additional advice has now placed restrictions on non-essential travel of any kind. However, enthusiasts of historic vehicles are still encouraged to participate on 26th April 2020 in the mass sharing, via social media, of images and memories of themselves and their families out and about in their historic vehicles during a previous year’s Drive it Day". See the full FBHVC announcement

Post your photos of your car on the V8 Bulletin Board or send them to the V8 Webmaster so they can be posted on the V8 Website
See the webpage prepared for your photos - it will be updated as each photo is sent in. Photos