Coronavirus: Springtime Live cancelled

Coronavirus: Springtime Live cancelled

Published by May Norman at 11:07am 17th March 2020.

Main image: CBeebies favourite Mr Bloom and his band were expected at the event

Springtime Live has been cancelled

  • Organisers of Springtime Live have taken the decision to take the Harrogate event.
  • It was due to take place at the Great Yorkshire Showground on March 28.
  • It follows updated government advice following the coronavirus outbreak.

The Yorkshire Agricultural Society has announced that Springtime Live has been cancelled due to Coronavirus.

Organisers continue to follow Government advice which has led to the sad decision to cancel the event, due to be held on Saturday March 28.

All ticket holders will be contacted, and they will be automatically refunded.

Nigel Pulling Chief Executive said:

“We would like to reassure our visitors that every step is being taken to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The safety of our staff and visitors is paramount and with the latest Government advice regarding Coronavirus, we have taken the decision to cancel Springtime Live. Everyone who bought tickets will be refunded – please can I ask you to bear with us as we process this. 

“We continue to follow the Government’s advice, please keep an eye on our websites for details and we thank you for your continued support and loyalty through these difficult times.”

Currently, the plan is to hold the Great Yorkshire Show on Tuesday, July 14 to Thursday 16 and tickets will go on sale nearer the time, subject to the latest advice.