Many of you will have heard of the North Coast 500, some the Snowdonia 360, well this is the Peaks and Pennines 120
At the time of writing (March 4th) the following regulations will be in place from the period May 17th onwards
As part of Step 3, no earlier than 17 May, the government will look to continue easing limits on seeing friends and family wherever possible, allowing people to decide on the appropriate level of risk for their circumstances.
This means that most legal restrictions on meeting others outdoors will be lifted – although gatherings of over 30 people will remain illegal. Indoors, the Rule of 6 or 2 households will apply – we will keep under review whether it is safe to increase this.
As soon as possible and by no later than Step 3, we will also update the advice on social distancing between friends and family, including hugging. But until this point, people should continue to keep their distance from anyone not in their household or support bubble.
Gatherings of over 30 people will remain illegal, the Rule of 6 or 2 households will also still apply
So to comply with the regulations I have plotted a ’round robin’ run around the perimeter of the Peaks and Pennines area, its starting point is Your House, the finishing point is Your House, you join the route at the nearest point and leave the route where you chose.
Members living within the S or HD postal codes should be no more than 10 miles to the nearest part of the route.
The mileage is 120 miles.
The possible cafe, pubs and restaurants stops will be listed, along with some attractions on route you may wish to break your journey at.
If two or more MX-5’s are already parked at a venue please do not stop, drive onto to the next venue, this is to ensure that we comply with the regulations.
At the moment all club activities are banned by the Club, hopefully this run format will allow our first run of 2021 to take place.