UNITED KINGDOM / AGILITYPR.NEWS / March 25, 2020 / Due to the continued spread and impact of the coronavirus, the Dodson & Horrell Chatsworth International Horse Trials event has now been cancelled.
The decision has been taken to protect the health and wellbeing of visitors, competitors and staff.
Full refunds will be available in due course to those who have already purchased tickets or trade stands for the event, which was scheduled to take place from 15-17 May 2020.
Subject to confirmation from British Eventing, the next Dodson & Horrell Chatsworth
International Horse Trials event will take place from 14 – 16 May 2021.
Chatsworth House, Garden, Farmyard and Adventure Playground have already been closed until further notice in light of the most recent Government guidance. The car parks and public toilets are also closed.
As a vital food service outlet, the Chatsworth Estate Farm Shop in Pilsley remains open, and everyone is working hard to ensure staff and customers are protected with social distancing measures, and to maintain stocks and replenish shelves, so it can best serve the community. More products are being added to the online shop, and local delivery and click and collect services have been set up to support those who are self-isolating. The café at the farm shop remains closed.
Updates will be posted when available on the Chatsworth website and social media channels, so please look out for these.
For more information, visit www.chatsworth.org.
Chatsworth has won Gold in the Peak District and Derbyshire Tourism Awards 2020 designed to recognise excellence and outstanding achievement in the area's valuable tourism sector, which is worth over £2.3 billion. Gold winners will now represent the Peak District and Derbyshire at the national VisitEngland Awards for Excellence.
The Chatsworth House Trust is dedicated to the preservation of Chatsworth House, the art collection, garden, woodlands and park for the long term benefit of the public.
The charity promotes the study and appreciation of Chatsworth as a place of historic, architectural and artistic interest and of natural beauty, and encourages the use and enjoyment of Chatsworth by visitors for education and recreation.
Chatsworth is a member of the Treasure Houses of England, 10 of the most magnificent palaces, stately homes and castles in England.
Chatsworth is only 16 miles from the M1, 10 miles from Chesterfield, and 8 miles north of Matlock, in the heart of Derbyshire’s Peak District National Park and is well served by transport links throughout the UK.
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