2nd July 2020



The MSCC is following closely developments connected with the coronavirus COVID-19. The situation is changing on a daily basis, and official advice varies from country to country. The MSCC is keeping under review the position regarding national-level Club events.

When considering whether to go ahead with planned events, MSCC Centres in the UK and Affiliated Clubs abroad should take decisions based on the latest recommendations by government and health authorities.

Individual members should check the latest position with event organisers before travelling. Members attending events do so at their own risk. Please also check the MSCC’s accounts on Facebook and Twitter, which will be updated as necessary.

For any concerns regarding Travel Club trips, please contact Scenic & Continental Car Tours: https://www.mscctravelclub.com/contact/4587934379

Since our first announcement on Covid-19 on 14 March, we have stuck to the line “Follow government advice”. This currently states (uodated 29/7/20)

Gatherings in COVID-19 secure venues

When meeting friends and family, even in venues like restaurants, pubs, places of worship or community centres, you should follow the guidance on gatherings and:

· only meet indoors in groups up to 2 households (anyone in your support bubble counts as one household) – this includes when dining out or going to the pub

· only meet outdoors in a group of no more than 2 households or in a group of up to 6 people from different households

Anyone in your support bubble counts as one household.

Clubs or groups can begin to meet again in COVID-19 secure venues. However, you should take care to remain socially distant from anyone you do not live with or is not in your support bubble. You should also limit social interaction with anyone outside of these formal activities even if you see other people you know. Venues should ensure they comply with COVID-19 secure guidelines.

It’s against the law for gatherings of more than 30 people to take place in private homes (including gardens and other outdoor spaces), or in a public outdoors space, unless planned by an organisation in compliance with COVID-19 secure guidance.

latest advice here

If you are organising an event held under a Motorsport UK Permit or Certificate of Exemption, please also follow the latest guidance issued by Motorsport UK:




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