WITH the whole country taking important steps back towards resuming normal service with the reopening of non-essential shops and outdoor catering, organisers of the annual Lymm Historic Transport Day are looking further ahead.
On June 27th, subject to the road map out of lockdown continuing to plan they aim to bring back one of Lymm’s premier events, Lymm Historic Transport Day – but are on the lookout for more volunteers to help ensure safety first.
“We are putting a lot of thought and planning into ensuring the event is safe and follows all the guidelines” said event team leader Alan Williams.
“Very many people will have had their vaccines by then but we are hoping to give the whole village a shot in the arm with a day of fun and enjoyment.
“We have no shortage of exhibitors and attractions but this year we will need more volunteers than ever to help things go smoothly and safely.
“We have had a great initial response from organisations like Round Table, Lymm Ladies Circle, The Litter Network and local Scout groups but we still need many more.
“We are really hoping that as many Lymm residents as possible will step forward to ensure we can put on a day to remember for the village.
“If you can help, for as little as three hours, any time from early morning into the evening find out and sign up here NOW.