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5 days ago
Having spoken to the landowners for the festival-run fields normally operated by Fairport's Cropredy Convention, they have asked us to remind everyone that these fields will be out of bounds to walkers and campers during the weekend of 13-16 August 2020. The public rights of way will of course be open but straying from these signed footpaths and bridleways will be considered trespassing.
Whilst there will undoubtedly be a temptation to visit these fields, there will be livestock grazing throughout and we would ask you to please respect the landowners' wishes.
Again, the best thing you can do to help the villages is to stay away for the time being. As we have seen in Leicester, this virus is still prevalent and we should all do the best we can to curb the spread.
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I have total respect for the landowners, villagers and all involved in this amazing festival. I will be staying at home. I love this festival and village far too much to endanger anyone with my selfishness. Cropredy 2020 is in my garden! 👍😀
Sensible advice. Cropredy’s a lovely village, but personally I think that visiting over the festival weekend when there is no Festival on is a pointless exercise - better to wait until 2021 when we can all meet up again without having to worry about being near others and risking spreading the virus. The time will pass! Till then, stay safe everyone, see you next year. x
Anyone caught trespassing should be band from any future event
Well said, we will all miss Cropredy, but just rely on your memories for this year. The good people of the village don't need an influx of tourists at this time.
Who would be so selfishly stupid to drive hundreds of miles to gaze and sigh at an empty field full of cows?
It strikes me that it's a simple choice, would you rather be bored/broke/unemployed or dead. The virus has not been beaten yet so stay at home
We are having our own Cropredy festival in my garden with the friends we go with every year along with a big screen, curries and other fine dining + Beer 🍺
The nearest I'll get this year is maybe having a Cropredy photo as my laptop background, whilst watching on Youtube sat in my camping chair with a glass of cider in my hand. Either in the garden or in my lounge, depending on the weather.
Here’s hoping people keep Cropedy village safe and stay away 🙏
You can see the "Crew Hotels" stage left there 🙂
I knew it!! The Cropredy bar is visible from space! 😂
Well said. Please stay away, folks.
Very true. If anyone told you they'd never missed a year, not even 2020, no-one will be the least bit impressed. Quite the opposite in fact...
On the plus side, the photo above has most of us in it! I've zoomed in and I can see myself.... readily identifiable as I'm wearing a Cropredy tee shirt, sunglasses, flower circlets (all around my hat), and holding a pint of Wadworth's. 😎
I look forward to the Festival in my Garden...Especially as we had a Dry Run this last wknd for "Glastdunnbury " & the Widescreen in the Camper Awning worked a treat &looked abit like the Pyramid Stage 😅 😅 😅 Xxx
I remember when there were just 3 fields 🙂
The seating arrangement is very tidy!
Total respect see you in 2021 Stay safe xx
Let's face it the fields are not fit to go on when the festival is on,covered in cow muck everywhere..
I will not go near good ol’ England at all. See you later!
How well organised an tidy it was
It’s really sad that they need to even put out this statement!
It’s enough!! Can pinpoint my spot-ish! 2021 roll on!!!
Frankly with enough 6X and potato wedges inside me, a decent Spotify link, and a camping chair, plus a bit of imagination, making a virtual Croppers to protect the people of Cropredy is hardly a problem.
Stay safe Cropredy
1 week ago
TBT. Who's this taking a bike lesson? About 1970 we think and as coincidences go, the instructor is none other than
Mick Peters' Dad! The bike is a 150cc Villers and for some reason, this Fairport member finds a deerstalker to be adequate protection. That explains so much... ... See MoreSee Less
I think the Villiers engined bike is a James, made in Greet, a district of Birmingham. It looks like a James tank badge I think. If it was a 150cc James then that would have made it a Cadet model.
I thought it was Mick - mind you he wouldn't like me saying that !!
Who is the masked man?
I used to wear a deer stalker helmet in 1970! At the time it was approved safety gear. And I called my Honda 90 'Welly'. I do remember being stopped by a policeman who pointed out the unwiseness of wearing my flower power mini skirt and sandals though.
Simon by any chance?
I love this! Before I even read the caption, I saw Mick (his Dad). Lovely photo.
I wonder who is hiding behind that visor on the Lambo?
I think that may have been a 125cc don't recall ever coming across a 150, nice photo though
Mr Simon Nicol methinks!
Nice bike for small people!
Born to be ( slightly pissed off ) !!!
The number is now on a blue Merc,
Ade Peever take a look
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