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PostPosted: Thu Feb 22, 2018 8:04 am 
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The Club have been offered 10 tickets for the Scottish Land Rover Show 26th-27th May and the club will be attending.

The format for entry has changed and is rather difficult to allocate passes to those wishing to attend.

The way it works now is we will have a minimum of 20m x 20m area in which to display as many vehicles as we like because the vehicle’s entry is free but the catch is the driver has to have a pass.

So before anyone asks yes you can have 20 101 vehicles and 1 driver on 1 pass or 1 vehicle with a driver and 9 passengers.

As a fair way of doing the allocation is to please add your name using the “Post Reply” menu and adding if you wish to bring along a passenger.

If there are 10 101 vehicle applications with 10 passengers then the 10 passengers will have to purchase entry passes at the gate on arrival.

Should there be 5 vehicles 5 passengers all will get a pass. If there should be more passengers than available passes then it will be on a first come first served basis.

It is important to state if you wish to bring a passenger with the possibility of them having to pay entry.

I hope this is clear (makes sense). I don’t like it. Kelmarsh show is on the same basis.

You can visit their web site here http://www.scottishlandrovershow.com/


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