UPDATED COVID 19 DETAILS
Due to the NSW Government COVID-19 restrictions in relation to public gatherings the NSW Wall to Wall Committee are required to cancel the NSW Memorial Service scheduled for 7.45am at the Sydney Domain on 12 September 2020.
The National Committee will hold the Wall to Wall Ride Memorial Service at the National Police Memorial commencing at 4:00pm Saturday 12 September. The restrictions for gatherings in the ACT will enable the ceremony to take place with only limited invited guests. There will be strict security in place to ensure compliance with the ACT restrictions. The service will be live streamed to ensure that everyone has an opportunity to view the service. For further information please see the advice provided by the National Committee under the heading News on this website.
We are living in challenging times and the police family must lead the community in complying with all legislated restrictions. Unfortunately the NSW Wall to Wall Committee are unable to formalise state satellite rides and remain within the current NSW Government COVID-19 restrictions due to the number of riders registered within NSW.
The NSW Wall to Wall Committee thank you for your understanding and we look forward to being able to ride together next year to honour the work of police officers across the nation and the service and sacrifices made in protecting our community.
NSW Wall to Wall Ride Committee.
SYDNEY – 2020 For further information contacts are:
NORTHERN NEW SOUTH WALES – 2020
Email contact: Chad George (NSW HWP) firstname.lastname@example.org
W-2-W SOUTHERN REGION RIDERS UPDATE 2020
Due to the current NSW Health Restrictions there will be a satellite ride within our region. There will be no mass gathering at Kiama Police Station. Instead riders are asked to meet in small groups (no more than 20) and simply join the exiting convoy which will depart Kiama Lighthouse carpark at 9am sharp on Saturday the 12th of September 2020.
This year’s ride will be dedicated to the memory of Les Lipinski, a rider of our group for many years. His family will be in attendance together with his some of his work colleagues and his proud Cleary Brothers fleet.
The ride will leave Kiama and travel north to Albion Park, past Cleary Brothers Yard where CB fleet vehicles will leave the convoy. The ride will continue west along the East West Link to Terry St, then north along Tongarra Rd, left hand turn and continue up Macquarie Pass.
Continue through Robertson and left-hand turn onto Pearson’s Lane, through Wildes Meadow, Myra Vale Rd, and left onto Nowra Rd, through Barrengarry, Kangaroo Valley, Beaumont and eventually into Nowra.
From here riders can return north and complete a riding day at their leisure. Others can continue to an overnight stay at Sussex Inlet, traveling south on the A1 motor way, through falls creek, Bewong, Wandandian and left onto Sussex Inlet Road.
The National Committee will hold the Wall to Wall Ride Memorial Service at the National Police Memorial commencing at 4:00pm Saturday 12 September. The service will be live streamed to us at the Sussex Inlet RSL. Strict Covid compliance will be enforced at the venue, and I will supply a complete attendance list with health declarations, as per the RSL guidelines. The venue is more than capable of meeting our needs.
We are living in challenging times and the police family must lead the community in complying with all legislated restrictions.
Support vehicle’s and trailer’s will be supplied for the ride.
Any updates, changes, issues will be emailed out accordingly and as they occur to assist you in planning your attendance this year.
COVID – Protect others and stop the spread – To protect others you must:
- practice good hygiene
- practice physical distancing
- follow the limits for public gatherings
- understand how to isolate if you need to
To register your attendance please email, email@example.com.
Please also advise if attending the live stream at Sussex Inlet RSL and provide your mobile phone number.
Southern Region Coordinator