You must be a member of the Camping and Caravanning Club to attend club meets.
For information on who can attend, membership requirements, how to book and fees, please scroll to the bottom of this page.
Note: Meets start at 2 pm unless otherwise stated.
Details of meets will be posted here as they become available. For a full list of 2022 Meets, please refer to the 2022 Calendar.
Jun 1st – 6th Swythamley MR. 118/979643
Postcode SK11 0SL. 5 nights. Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Celebration; bring your Union Jacks. From A523 travelling North, opposite reservoir Fork Right signposted Heaton. 1st right, 2 miles ignore junctions to Swythamley & Heaton Centre. Situated in beautiful countryside, this was once voted by NCFG as our favourite site. The centre is in the Dane Valley and there are plenty of lovely walks close by – guides available. Hall available throughout our stay for music, dance and chat. Bring and Share Supper on Saturday. Stewards: Sheila and Val
More Information about the Swythamley meet
Please let Val know, as soon as possible, if you intend to come to the Jubilee meet at Swythamley.
To make things easier for the stewards, before coming to the site, we would be grateful if you could put your total site fees in an envelope marked with the amount, your name(s), club number(s), vehicle reg and number of nights you intend to stay. Then all you have to do is sign on arrival.
Unless we have a very dry April, it is likely that the area in the middle of the site will be boggy. If so, this area will be marked off, ‘please avoid’.
We are arranging a programme of quizzes and entertainments so bring your instruments, songs, stories, bad jokes and dancing shoes – and walking shoes if you intend to do the annual Wincle Brewery trail. We are not going off piste this time!!!! Lifts can be provided if necessary.
There will be Brian’s famous pasta for all on the first night and a ‘bring and share’ afternoon garden party for the Jubilee. Prizes for the best decorated cake and the best Jubilee Hat. Bacon and egg buns on Sunday morning.
Hope to see you there.
June 23rd – 28th Village Hall, Albright Lane, BROMSBERROW Nr. Ledbury MR. 150/ST746337
Postcode HR8 1RU 5 nights. Folk Group AGM
July 1st– 4th Hillstown Village Hall BOLSOVER 12 Nesbit Street, Chesterfield MR 120/481695
Postcode S44 6LW
From Stafford or Nottingham, follow M1 north to j29A (do Not take J29 as this is not caravan friendly). Leave M1 at J29A and follow brown signs for Bolsover Castle (2.5 miles from J29A). (If castle not on sign post, follow Bolsover). AFTER passing the Castle (it is on your right), carry straight on with White Swan on left; Fultons on right. At next lights turn right into Hornscroft rd. then right at lights with water tower. At end of houses, go past sign for village hall, field entrance on left.
Lots to do in the fascinating location of Hillstown and Bolsover. The Carr Vale & Peter Fidler Nature Reserve, Bolsover Castle, the Five Pits Trail.
Stewards: David and Margaret Thomas
Aug 4th -8th Thoresby Park Estate, PERLETHORPE, Notts MR 120/639714
Postcode DE45 1AQ
Directions: From Nottingham take A614. At Ollerton roundabout continue on A614(Blyth Road) in 2 miles turn left at Thoresby roundabout onto Netherfield Lane. Site on left. 4 Nights MORRIS CAR COLLECTION RALLY
This lovely site is in Thoresby Park, camping in the Estate grounds and is ideally situated for visits and walks to Clumber Park and Sherwood Forest. The Village Hall will be available during the evening and is approx 5 mins away in the car although a fairly easy walk. In the courtyard at Thoresby Hall there is a fascinating military museum of the Royal Lancers and Nottinghamshire Yeomanry.
The Morris Car Collection Rally will be there. Lots of Vintage Cars to admire and spectate as they are put through their paces.
Stewards: Nora Sheridan and Clive Tatton
Sept 8th – 15th. THS. Little Dunstal Farm, Abbots Bromley MR 129/073259
Postcode WS15 3EP
Directions: Take A50 to Uttoxeter, take A518 signposted Stafford, at Plough
Take B5013 signposted Abbots Bromley approx 6 miles. Approx 1 mile before Abbots Bromley turn left, Site on left. See Signs. 7 nights HORN DANCE MEET
Once again we are delighted to return to Little Dunstall Farm to join the Froggatt family for the celebrations/garden party with dancing on the lawn. The Horn Dancers will visit and dance on Monday, you may be invited to join in!
If there is any change re meets, this page will be updated.
DETAILS ON HOW TO BOOK, MEMBERSHIP REQUIREMENTS AND FEES
If you have any questions about any specific meet, you should contact the named stewards. If there are no details against a specific meet, please use the ‘Contact Form’ or one of the telephone numbers on the ‘Contact’ page.
Camping and Caravanning Club members can find these details in the Club magazine or online in the “Out and About” section. The information is also included in the Folk Dance and Song Group Newsletter.
You must be a member of the Camping and Caravanning Club to attend these meets – but you do not need to be a member of the Folk Dance and Song Group
Fees Camping North Central Area fees are currently £10 per unit per night for two adults (to include camping, use of hall and dances) with reductions for single person units, unless otherwise stated. These charges do not apply to THSs.
CCY and children under 18 years of age, no charge.
Dancing: £3.00 per visitor.