BAMGOC Bristol Area MG Owners Club

Coronavirus Updates

© 2020
PAULINE MADE THIS Most of the bags in the shop are individual, one-off creations and many of them are made using upcycled fabrics in order to keep a happy environment. Most are hand signed. A percentage of all sales will be donated to charity. The charity for this year is the Bristol Children's Help Society (Registered charity number 1092921). So please click HERE to take a look at my shop where purchases can be made via the secure PayPal system. Alternatively, give me a ring on 01934 833648 to visit me and view the selection.
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Is this the last ask for masks? Hopefully we won't be required to wear masks for much longer but some of us have found we're more at ease wearing them in shops etc. So, this is just to let you know that masks are still available. Perhaps have a mask ready for when you do feel the need? Pauline is still open for collection and the current selection of masks is shown here. ALL masks are adult size. The price is £5.00 and profits are for Barton Camp. The total raised to date is now just over £2300 so let's keep going! So, if you would like a face covering, please CLICK HERE TO GO TO PAULINE’S FACEBOOK PAGE where you can use Facebook Messenger to contact her. Otherwise you can email her on pauline@paulinemadethis.co.uk and she will get back to you with payment instructions etc. Normal text messaging (SMS) on a mobile is no good as Pauline can’t send pictures (MMS) if required so Facebook Messenger is best. The designs are numbered in the picture so you can let her know your preference. Pauline can post to you if necessary (£2.00 postage for up to 4 face coverings) but pick-up from Claverham is preferred (chance for a run-out in the MG?) These face-coverings are double fabric layer and have 'round the ears' elastic (though you can change to long elastic to go round your head - just thread new elastic through using a safety pin). They have a pocket for an optional filter and an aluminium strip to go over the nose which is easily moulded to fit. Your mask can go in with your regular washing machine load (keep dark colours together). It will probably need ironing and steam ironing could help with sanitising it. DON’T IRON OVER THE METAL STRIP! If you'd like more info on the supported charity take a look at: https://www.bartoncamp.org for more info.
In an effort to keep this page up to date, rather than list all the various rules and advice on this page, here are some links to the latest info. https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus https://www.gov.uk/driving-lessons-learning-to-drive and, for our area in particular: https://www.bristol.gov.uk/coronavirus/covid-19-data-cases- bristol-r-number-south-west For NHS information visit: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/ Hopefully, the information on these links will be kept up to date so that you always have access to the latest information. It is critical that everybody observes the following key behaviours: HANDS - Wash your hands regularly and for 20 seconds. FACE - Wear a face covering in indoor settings where social distancing may be difficult, and where you will come into contact with people you do not normally meet. SPACE - Stay 2 metres apart from people you do not live with where possible, or 1 metre with extra precautions in place (such as wearing face coverings or increasing ventilation indoors).
DOORSTEP CHECK! - Keys, money, phone, FACEMASK! Pauline is making face coverings to raise money for Barton Camp. The total raised to date is a now just over £2300 but why stop there? PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION
We have had some guidance from Tim Hipwell (our MGOC Regional Secretary) and, after consultation with HQ, he has offered the following advice on what is "allowable" in the forthcoming months in terms of MGOC events. Although the strict "stay at home" rule is lifted from 29 March, the rule of 6 or 2 household restrictions are still in place so no organised club events. The big change is from 17 May when, quote "......most legal restrictions on meeting others outdoors will be lifted – although gatherings of over 30 people will remain illegal". So from that date you could organise a Sunday run or similar as long as you meet up outside and your final destination is outside e.g. a picnic in a park AND no more than 30 members attend. At the moment it is planned that from 21 June all restrictions on social contact will be lifted, although this could change of course.. The advice of "Hands, Face, Space" still applies throughout this whole period. So we should be able to enjoy our cars and each others company in the relatively near future. [BAMGOC are not currently planning any ‘live’ events prior to the hoped for 21 June “freedom” date]
BAMGOC Bristol Area  MG Owners Club
PAULINE MADE THIS Most of the bags in the shop are individual, one-off creations and many of them are made using upcycled fabrics in order to keep a happy environment. Most are hand signed. A percentage of all sales will be donated to charity. The charity for this year is the Bristol Children's Help Society (Registered charity number 1092921). So please click HERE to take a look at my shop where purchases can be made via the secure PayPal system. Alternatively, give me a ring on 01934 833648 to visit me and view the selection.
© 2020

Coronavirus Updates

DOORSTEP CHECK! - Keys, money, phone, FACEMASK! Pauline is making face coverings to raise money for Barton Camp. The total raised to date is a now just over £2300 but why stop there? PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION
In an effort to keep this page up to date, rather than list all the various rules and advice on this page, here are some links to the latest info. https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus https://www.gov.uk/driving-lessons-learning- to-drive and, for our area in particular: https://www.bristol.gov.uk/coronavirus/covid- 19-data-cases-bristol-r-number-south-west For NHS information visit: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus- covid-19/ Hopefully, the information on these links will be kept up to date so that you always have access to the latest information. It is critical that everybody observes the following key behaviours: HANDS - Wash your hands regularly and for 20 seconds. FACE - Wear a face covering in indoor settings where social distancing may be difficult, and where you will come into contact with people you do not normally meet. SPACE - Stay 2 metres apart from people you do not live with where possible, or 1 metre with extra precautions in place (such as wearing face coverings or increasing ventilation indoors).
Is this the last ask for masks? Hopefully we won't be required to wear masks for much longer but some of us have found we're more at ease wearing them in shops etc. So, this is just to let you know that masks are still available. Perhaps have a mask ready for when you do feel the need? Pauline is still open for collection and the current selection of masks is shown here. ALL masks are adult size. The price is £5.00 and profits are for Barton Camp. The total raised to date is now just over £2300 so let's keep going! So, if you would like a face covering, please CLICK HERE TO GO TO PAULINE’S FACEBOOK PAGE where you can use Facebook Messenger to contact her. Otherwise you can email her on pauline@paulinemadethis.co.uk and she will get back to you with payment instructions etc. Normal text messaging (SMS) on a mobile is no good as Pauline can’t send pictures (MMS) if required so Facebook Messenger is best. The designs are numbered in the picture so you can let her know your preference. Pauline can post to you if necessary (£2.00 postage for up to 4 face coverings) but pick-up from Claverham is preferred (chance for a run-out in the MG?) These face-coverings are double fabric layer and have 'round the ears' elastic (though you can change to long elastic to go round your head - just thread new elastic through using a safety pin). They have a pocket for an optional filter and an aluminium strip to go over the nose which is easily moulded to fit. Your mask can go in with your regular washing machine load (keep dark colours together). It will probably need ironing and steam ironing could help with sanitising it. DON’T IRON OVER THE METAL STRIP! If you'd like more info on the supported charity take a look at: https://www.bartoncamp.org for more info.
We have had some guidance from Tim Hipwell (our MGOC Regional Secretary) and, after consultation with HQ, he has offered the following advice on what is "allowable" in the forthcoming months in terms of MGOC events. Although the strict "stay at home" rule is lifted from 29 March, the rule of 6 or 2 household restrictions are still in place so no organised club events. The big change is from 17 May when, quote "......most legal restrictions on meeting others outdoors will be lifted – although gatherings of over 30 people will remain illegal". So from that date you could organise a Sunday run or similar as long as you meet up outside and your final destination is outside e.g. a picnic in a park AND no more than 30 members attend. At the moment it is planned that from 21 June all restrictions on social contact will be lifted, although this could change of course.. The advice of "Hands, Face, Space" still applies throughout this whole period. So we should be able to enjoy our cars and each others company in the relatively near future. [BAMGOC are not currently planning any ‘live’ events prior to the hoped for 21 June “freedom” date]
BAMGOC Bristol Area MG Owners Club
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PAULINE MADE THIS Most of the bags in the shop are individual, one-off creations and many of them are made using upcycled fabrics in order to keep a happy environment. Most are hand signed. A percentage of all sales will be donated to charity. The charity for this year is the Bristol Children's Help Society (Registered charity number 1092921). So please click HERE to take a look at my shop where purchases can be made via the secure PayPal system. Alternatively, give me a ring on 01934 833648 to visit me and view the selection.
© 2020

Coronavirus Updates

In an effort to keep this page up to date, rather than list all the various rules and advice on this page, here are some links to the latest info. https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus https://www.gov.uk/driving-lessons-learning-to-drive and, for our area in particular: https://www.bristol.gov.uk/coronavirus/covid-19-data-cases-bristol-r- number-south-west For NHS information visit: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus- covid-19/ Hopefully, the information on these links will be kept up to date so that you always have access to the latest information. It is critical that everybody observes the following key behaviours: HANDS - Wash your hands regularly and for 20 seconds. FACE - Wear a face covering in indoor settings where social distancing may be difficult, and where you will come into contact with people you do not normally meet. SPACE - Stay 2 metres apart from people you do not live with where possible, or 1 metre with extra precautions in place (such as wearing face coverings or increasing ventilation indoors).
Is this the last ask for masks? Hopefully we won't be required to wear masks for much longer but some of us have found we're more at ease wearing them in shops etc. So, this is just to let you know that masks are still available. Perhaps have a mask ready for when you do feel the need? Pauline is still open for collection and the current selection of masks is shown here. ALL masks are adult size. The price is £5.00 and profits are for Barton Camp. The total raised to date is now just over £2300 so let's keep going! So, if you would like a face covering, please CLICK HERE TO GO TO PAULINE’S FACEBOOK PAGE where you can use Facebook Messenger to contact her. Otherwise you can email her on pauline@paulinemadethis.co.uk and she will get back to you with payment instructions etc. Normal text messaging (SMS) on a mobile is no good as Pauline can’t send pictures (MMS) if required so Facebook Messenger is best. The designs are numbered in the picture so you can let her know your preference. Pauline can post to you if necessary (£2.00 postage for up to 4 face coverings) but pick-up from Claverham is preferred (chance for a run-out in the MG?) These face-coverings are double fabric layer and have 'round the ears' elastic (though you can change to long elastic to go round your head - just thread new elastic through using a safety pin). They have a pocket for an optional filter and an aluminium strip to go over the nose which is easily moulded to fit. Your mask can go in with your regular washing machine load (keep dark colours together). It will probably need ironing and steam ironing could help with sanitising it. DON’T IRON OVER THE METAL STRIP! If you'd like more info on the supported charity take a look at: https://www.bartoncamp.org for more info.
DOORSTEP CHECK! - Keys, money, phone, FACEMASK! Pauline is making face coverings to raise money for Barton Camp. The total raised to date is a now just over £2300 but why stop there? PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION
We have had some guidance from Tim Hipwell (our MGOC Regional Secretary) and, after consultation with HQ, he has offered the following advice on what is "allowable" in the forthcoming months in terms of MGOC events. Although the strict "stay at home" rule is lifted from 29 March, the rule of 6 or 2 household restrictions are still in place so no organised club events. The big change is from 17 May when, quote "......most legal restrictions on meeting others outdoors will be lifted – although gatherings of over 30 people will remain illegal". So from that date you could organise a Sunday run or similar as long as you meet up outside and your final destination is outside e.g. a picnic in a park AND no more than 30 members attend. At the moment it is planned that from 21 June all restrictions on social contact will be lifted, although this could change of course.. The advice of "Hands, Face, Space" still applies throughout this whole period. So we should be able to enjoy our cars and each others company in the relatively near future. [BAMGOC are not currently planning any ‘live’ events prior to the hoped for 21 June “freedom” date]