Bournemouthboy
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The date has been confirmed as the 30th August 

Aston Martin owners are invited to drive into Beaulieu on Sunday 30th August and park up within the museum parkland for what promises to be a superb day out for both Aston Martin owners and enthusiasts.

All ages and models of Aston Martin are welcome, which provides a great opportunity to admire some stunning vehicles on display.

To ensure the safety and enjoyment of visitors is met, tickets must be pre-booked and capacity will be strictly limited to 500 participants and 500 visitors . These tickets will be sold on a first come first served basis. No tickets will be sold on the day.

 
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johnslynch
Tickets booked.
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Prattking
Tickets booked also. See you there John if it happens?
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Martin Gee
Bought tickets for the original date, and Beaulieu said they'd be valid for the revised date (will double check though!) 
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Rich5ltr
Booked, Looking forward to this - hopefully it will go ahead. 
Still burning hydrocarbons just for fun! 

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Martin Gee
Checked and they will.
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mrcjackson
All booked too!
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geewizzpip
Booked
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David Randall
All booked too, 
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Bournemouthboy
This could well be the biggest event of the year! 
 
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Bournemouthboy
More tickets available now
 
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johnslynch
Bit like Goodwood when sold out print some more tickets😁
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Ian Postles
Not bad when they are restricting the entry to 500 people, although not sure how this complies with government guidelines on gatherings?
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MarkE
It's OK as long as all 500 are from the same household, apparently.
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Bournemouthboy
MarkE wrote:
It's OK as long as all 500 are from the same household, apparently.

We are all part of the Aston family

I think the guidelines are now 750
 
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Rich5ltr
This might all change after the Government' announcement today. 
Still burning hydrocarbons just for fun! 

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johnslynch
As long as we are not all getting married, gambling, ice skating or bowling should be ok to go ahead at the moment.
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