Forthcoming Meets

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 2021 Meets, please refer to the 2021 Calendar. 

Jul 9th – 12th   Sports & Social Club, KNIGHTON, Nr Newport, Staffs        MR. 127/752276

Postcode ST20 0QH.  3 nights.  From Stafford take A518 to Newport at roundabout turn Right onto A41 sign posted Whitchurch, continue over next roundabout, then in 1 mile turn Right, Sign posted Knighton.  Look for signs.  Lovely field.  Club room available during opening hours and the Shropshire Union Canal, passes through the hamlet.  We have the use the club room.  Stewards: Pat & Paul 07584 351409.

Jul 20th – 1st Aug   Showground Field, Hill Top Farm, ASHOVER               MR. 119/351632

Derbyshire.  Postcode S45 0BA.  THS 3053/2021.  12 nights.  From M1 junction 29 take A6175 to Clay Cross turn right on to A61.  In 1.1 miles at Old Tupton roundabout turn left on to unclassified road signed Littlemoor and Ashover.  In about 3 miles, after passing through Littlemoor at T-junction turn right on to B6036.  In 0.3 miles, * * Look for signs at the old Nettles pub (now a house), turn right on to unclassified road.  Site on left in 0.75 miles, before Ashover village.  N.B. It is not recommended to use the A632 Matlock-Chesterfield road.  From Derby take A 38 North to Alfreton.  Turn left on to A61 Chesterfield road for about 4 miles.  At Stretton turn West on to B6036 towards Ashover.  In 2.4 miles continue from * above.  If towing a caravan, going north, this latter route should not be used for the return journey, as the B6036/A61 junction is very steep and at an awkward angle.  This Temporary Holiday Site, which is located in a lovely Derbyshire village, close to the Peak District National Park, and which was featured in ‘Peak Practice’, boasts 3 pubs (which are walker and dog friendly), plus a local baker (home-made cakes) and recommended ice cream shop.  It is a very good walking area and also on a bus route to Chesterfield or Matlock Bath.

Stewards: Contact Committee – Tel: 07584 351 409.

Aug 5th – 9th    Thoresby Park Estate, PERLETHORPE, Notts                  MR. 120/639714

Postcode NG22 9EP.  4 nightsMorris Car Collection RallyInvite to The Ridings.  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.  Camping in estate grounds with Tank museum.  Sherwood Forest and Clumber Park close by.  Village Hall available most evenings, 5 minutes in car.  Stewards: Marlene & Brian 07866 548 872

Aug 26th  – 7th Sep    Little Dunstal Farm,, ABBOTS BROMLEY, Rugeley         128/073259

Postcode WS15 3EP.  THS 3060/2021.  12 nightsExplore Staffordshire / Horn Dance Meet.  Take A50 to Uttoxeter, take A518 signed Stafford, at Plough take B5013 signed Abbotts Bromley, approximately 6 miles, approximately 1 mile before Abbotts Bromley  turn Left, site on Left.  See Signs. We are pleased that we have been invited to return to Little Dunstal Farm (our original site) to join the Froggatt family for the celebrations / garden party with dancing on the lawn.  The Horn Dancers will visit and dance at the farm on Monday 6th Sep. There are a lot of attractions local to this THS (Within 30 min by car) National Trust  properties (Sudbury Hall Museum of Childhood and Shugborough) Cannock Chase (walking & cycle routes), Blithfield Reservoir, various nature reserves, fishing, Breweries, Alton towers and Designer Outlets. Slightly further afield Stoke on Trent for Potteries / museums, theatres, Trentham Gardens and the Peak District with its well-advertised attractions. Hall  available some evenings – off-site (transport available).

Stewards: Jane & Richard –  and Marlene & Brian 07866 548 872

Sep 17th – 21st    Village Hall, Hemington Road, BARNWELL                    MR. 142/049840

Postcode PE8 5QD.  4 nights.  Site opens 2pm.  Invite from Home Counties.  Leave A14 at junction 13 and travel north on A605 towards Peterborough for approximately 5 miles.  Turn right towards Barnwell (Church on the right off the A605) then turn right into Church Lane signposted Thurning & Hemington.  Continue over the village bridge to hall on left opposite farm buildings.    Stewards: Anna & Alan, Alison & Tosh.

If there is any change re meets, this page will be updated.


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.