Good news. First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has today said the five-mile travel limit applying in Scotland will be lifted from 3 July.

And, from 15 July, all holiday accommodation can open up, along with indoor areas of pubs and restaurants and hairdressers and barbers.

We therefore hope to see our Scottish competitors at Warwick Hall on 18/19th July, refreshed, well fed, tidy and ready to ride.

Thank you.

What will reopen and when in Scotland?

29 June – Most non-essential shops, many indoor workplaces, visitor attractions including zoos, outdoor sports courts and playgrounds

3 July – Five mile travel distance relaxed, most self-catering holiday homes and second homes can be used

6 July – Outdoor hospitality such as beer gardens can reopen

10 July – People can meet in extended groups outdoors and with two other households indoors

13 July – Shopping centres can reopen, organised outdoor contact sports for children can resume, dentists can reopen for most routine care

15 July – Pubs, restaurants and all holiday accommodation can reopen, as can hairdressers, barbers, museums, cinemas, libraries and childcare