It is hoped that the road runs will be possible on Saturday and Sunday evenings.
Advice will be available on the Showground during the afternoon of both days in view of potential adverse ground conditions, traffic congestion etc. It may be necessary to limit the number of vehicles in view of the number of participants and the limited parking available on the Great Orme and in Conwy.
Both runs start from the Showground at about 6:00pm.
Due to the revised format of the Mayday Bank Holiday Weekend 2020 the
CONWY road run will take place on Friday evening, and the
GREAT ORME road run will take place on Saturday, weather permitting.
|The Saturday run goes to the historic town of CONWY. All vehicle classes are welcome - SUBJECT TO HEIGHT AND WIDTH RESTRICTIONS IMPOSED BY GATEWAYS IN THE WORLD-HERITAGE TOWN WALLS. Please look at the map of Conwy and note the height restrictions, traffic segregation and one-way traffic system which is permanently in force. Please note that Conwy is INACCESSIBLE to full-height double-deck buses.||
A road run ascending to the summit of the Great Orme is no longer possible
due to the size of the present entry.
|The Sunday road run takes a turn around the Marine Drive on the lower part of the Great Orme. This road is quite a challenge, and rises to 400 feet at the Rest and Be Thankful Café. The run is open to all classic vehicles except double-decker buses due to the overhanging cliffs into which the road is cut in places. Please note that the road is not normally open to heavy vehicles and this opening is a special feature for the Festival.|