The annual ‘Lundy Sunday’ fly-in to Lundy Island off the north-west coast of Cornwall is to go ahead on 2 August.
The event was in doubt, as are so many, because of Covid-19 precautions but organiser Pete White has now confirmed it will stay on the calendar.
Pete said, “It was agreed today after consultation with the Lundy management and owners of the island that our annual ‘Lundy Sunday’ Fly-in will go ahead on Sunday 2nd August as originally planned.
“This is a one day event and although in the past some visitors have arrived the day before, this year it is discouraged because of putting too much strain on the resources which are governed by the present Covid 19 precautionary rules.
“The event is very much a PPR venue and once the visitor has done so verbally (see below) a written briefing will be sent to them which will include the island’s own Covid 19 guidelines and measures.”
The island is owned by the National Trust and managed by the Landmark Trust. It is three miles long and a half-mile wide – and nothing between it and America other than Atlantic Ocean. More on Lundy here
To PPR and receive the briefing call Pete White on 01752 406660 or 07805 805679.