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Moke Round Up COVID update - please read
« on: June 12, 2020, 10:07:12 PM »
IMPORTANT UPDATE - PLEASE READ!!!

With the announcement of further relaxing of the COVID restrictions today, it is looking very much like the 2020 Tamowrth Moke Round Up may well be going ahead!

We are of course mindful that things can still change unbelievably quickly in the current climate, but we are certainly proceeding with the planning optimistically and on the assumption that the event will happen.

Naturally, we will still need to make some concessions to the "new normal" and at a minimum, the following will apply:

1. We will only be going ahead with the event if we are able to do so fully within the letter of the law at the time (should go without saying, but we're saying it anyway). That said, IF WE CAN LEGALLY RUN THE EVENT AT THE TIME, IT WILL BE GOING AHEAD!!

2. We will expect all attendees to respect whatever hygiene, social distancing and other measures which may be recommended at the time, especially during the times when large numbers are congregating such as morning musters, lunches etc.

3. We are in the process of organising merchandise at present, and will have details up on our web site and on here as soon as this is finalised and will be accepting orders from that point on. We will however be delaying placing the orders with our suppliers as long as possible to minimise the risk of people being stuck with merch for an event that was called off at the last minute. We will not be asking for payment until we need to either, but there will be a deadline set (probably October 1st) where we need to place orders and unfortunately once we are past that deadline, all orders will be non-refundable in the unfortunate event that we have to cancel at the last minute.

4. We will also not be asking for registration fees until later than usual. We are currently checking with public liability insurer regarding their policy if event gets called off, but we're hopeful at this stage that at least the majority of the registration fee would be refundable if it was called off at the last minute. We will clarify this before asking anyone for any money.

IN THE MEANTIME, PLEASE REGISTER HERE IF YOU THINK THERE IS A CHANCE YOU MAY BE ATTENDING!  https://www.mokeroundup.com.au/registration.html
Registering does not mean that you are obliged to attend, but if you think there is a fair chance that you will be there, it does assist us greatly with the organisation if we have some idea of the numbers. Registration also means that you will receive email newsletters (starting soon) with updates so that you don't have to worry about missing update posts on here.

Apologies for the long winded post, but hopefully that answers some of the questions people have at the moment. Please feel free to post below or PM KMC or myself if you have any other concerns we haven't covered.

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Re: Moke Round Up COVID update - please read
« Reply #1 on: June 13, 2020, 07:36:24 AM »
Hi Newie, 

We have already registered before this Covid virus happened, do you need us to re register or do the initial registrations stand?

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Re: Moke Round Up COVID update - please read
« Reply #2 on: June 13, 2020, 08:23:37 AM »
Hi Dave,

Good question!

No, if you have registered pre-Covid, there is no need to re-register.

Of course we opened registrations in February, so if you're not sure if you've registered or not, you can either check our "Cool Kids List" thread for your name https://www.mokeforum.com.au/index.php?topic=13981.0  or by all means, PM either myself or KMC if you're unsure or have any other questions.

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