Man Engine relocates due to weather issues
Lostwithiel's 'Afternooner' and 'Afterdarker' Man Engine events will be relocated to the Royal Cornwall Events Centre on Monday 2nd April.
In a Facebook video today, Artistic Director Will Coleman announced that after the recent wet and snowy weather, the fields at Lostwithiel are completely waterlogged and show no signs of recovery, meaning that the Man Engine events are being relocated to the Royal Cornwall Showground in Wadebridge.
BREAKING NEWS: Lostwithiel events relocated to Royal Cornwall Events Centre
BREAKING NEWS: Lostwithiel's 'Afternooner' and 'Afterdarker' Man Engine events will be relocated to the Royal Cornwall Events Centre on Monday 2nd April. This is due to recent weather conditions and waterlogged ground on the King George V Playing Fields and surrounding land allocated for parking. Lostwithiel ticket buyers: to choose an alternative Man Engine event or to claim a full refund, please check your inbox for an email from Tickethive.
Posted by The Man Engine on Monday, 19 March 2018
Anyone who has purchased a ticket for the Lostwithiel events will receive an email from Tickethive, where they will be able to choose an alternative Man Engine event or claim a full refund.
The rest of The Man Engine events are unaffected, and will be going full steam ahead at Geevor Tin Mine on 31st March and Heartlands on 1st April, ending the Cornwall leg of the tour at Royal Cornwall Showground on 2nd April before heading across the Tamar. Tickets for all events can be found on The Man Engine website.