Local police say they are aware of the plans and say it is a breach of new COVID regulations
Police are advising those who are attending a car meet in Plymouth this Saturday to change their plans.
The Plymouth North & East Police Team say it is a breach of the new COVID regulations and that those who go risk getting a ticket.
On Monday (14 September), people across the UK were banned from gathering in groups of more than six.
It follows a rise in coronavirus cases across the four nations.
Repeat offenders who continue to break this new rule face penalties of up to £3,200.
The event on Facebook for a car meet in Plymouth this weekend already has 126 confirmed as going, with 700 interested.
We are aware of the current plans of a car meet in #Plymouth this Saturday. This is a breach of the new covid regulations so we advise now to change your plans or risk a ticket. #Plymouthcarmeet @CarlEveCrime @Plymouth_Live @PC312Freshwater— Plymouth North & East Police Team (@CrownhillPolice) September 14, 2020