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Re: Swallowfield GP maneuvers
« on: 07 July 2019, 09:09:42 pm »
Hi Mark. With arrangements seeming to flounder due to lack of numbers, we took the opportunity today at Stretton, as a group, to discuss the proposed Swallowfield Show meeting with the aim of getting a consensus.
The outcome is that as individuals and as a group, we would prefer to decline your invitation this year, but would be very interested in including the event in next year's calendar. We are still a fledgling group and the sheer lack of completed cars is proving difficult to provide attendees for the two-day event this year.
Next year will be different, we know of more cars that will be completed and we relish the idea of a two-day meet-up. We also discussed today the opportunity to invite our fellow CK enthusiasts from France to join us, and I am sure a two-day event would appeal to them more favourably than a one-off event. No approach has been made to date.
The Swallowfield Show would seem to be an ideal and fun event for CK members and families and also a means of promoting national interest as you suggest.
However, we feel that this will be a much more successful event if this is postponed until 2020; we can plan for it early and we will be able to field a greater number of completed CycleKarts.
On behalf of our group, we appreciate your supporting enthusiasm and hope that you will be able accommodate us next year.