Em’s Day, Saturday 15th August 2020.

Given that most events this year have been cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we were extremely fortunate that the 17th edition of Em’s Day was still able to go ahead. We would like to thank the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre (LAHC) for granting us permission to hold the event, albeit with a much-reduced attendance on a ticket only basis and without a Lancaster engine run-up.

The weather forecast indicated the possibility of showers or heavier bursts of rain but although grey and cloudy it stayed dry over East Kirkby. Thank you to all who attended and put on a terrific display, especially the Buell/EBR riders with 20+ machines present.

We would also like to thank Kev Meanwell and Derek Weldon for their help with publicity for the event and for providing support on the day.

Thanks also to the following people for agreeing to bring display machines at relatively short notice:
Paul and Carol Klatkiewicz, Ducati.
Brian and Tracey, Buell XBRR.
Graham and Sue Hemshall, Moto Guzzi Singles.
Ken and Anne Perch, Aermacchi and Norton.

This year’s event raised a total of £969. £672 for LAHC and £297 for Emma’s Charity. See payment advices at the bottom of this page.

Also see: Em's Day 2020 Photos

Chris Jessop, 16th August 2020.

Buell XBRR

Brian & Tracey’s Buell XBRR made a welcome return to this event. Jeremy McWilliams rode this machine at the 2006 Daytona 200. It is #2 out of 56 made.

Brian Shackleford's V-Twin Special

Italian Machines

Paul and Carol Klatkiewicz, Ducati.
Graham and Sue Hemshall, Moto Guzzi.
Ken and Anne Perch, Aermacchi.

Em's Day 2020 LAHC Payment Advice

Em's Day 2020 Papworth Payment Advice