The organising committee has decided that to run the show in 2021, under current scientific expectations for Covid 19, would be the wrong thing to do.
We have taken this decision following an in depth investigation and a subsequent view upon the possible health risk to our own volunteering staff during the many months of preparation, as well as for our team, Sherborne Castle staff and all exhibitors, traders and the public on the day of the show; some 15,000 people.
The decision to cancel the show has to be made now at the beginning of the planning process, as exponentially increasing costs as the show date approaches severely impact our ability to donate to charity, which is the purpose of the show.
The team are however as keen as ever to continue the show in 2022 and through future years, and given that through our sponsors, exhibitors and visitors support we have been able to donate circa £250,000 over the past five years, we view the show as an exceptionally good way to raise funds for charities.
We are planning now for return of the show at Sherborne Castle, Dorset on Sunday 17th July 2022.
Global Travels of a Rally Champion
Brian began rallying in 1960 and retired at the end of 1979 season, and is probably best known for his long association as a works driver with BMC/British Leyland.
He considers his most notable achievements as 2nd Overall in the 16,500 mile London-Mexico World Cup Rally, Class win in Finland’s 1000 Lakes (the first ever by a non-Scandinavian driver) and winning his class in all seven rounds of the 1978 British Open Rally Championship for Opel.
Brian competed in 112 International rallies through 53 countries and also had works drives for BMC, Opel, Mercedes, Lotus, Rootes, Triumph and Rover pre BL days.
Book is available in Hardback, 306 pages with 365 photographs. Cost is £30 plus £5 postage available exclusively from Brian Culcheth at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Picture and Video Gallery
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