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.  (Seagrave is a 4pm start)

Details of meets will be posted here as they become available.  For a full list of 2024 Meets, please refer to the 2024 Calendar. 

SEAGRAVE, LEICESTERSHIRE 3rd to 6th May 129/616177

War Memorial Hall, Green Lane, Seagrave, Leics. LE12 7LU

May Day Meet. 3 nights. School uses the car park so this meet is 4pm start. PLEASE DO NOT ARRIVE EARLY.

Meet closes 4pm Monday

Directions: From Leicester take A46 north towards Newark. In about 8 miles turn left onto unclassified road signed Seagrave. Continue for 1.2 miles into Seagrave. Turn right by school and hall is shortly on left. Hall available all weekend for music, singing, craft etc. Dances/spots in evenings. White Horse (local pub) Mini Folk Festival Weekend open to everyone. Bus service to Loughborough (Saturday only)

Bring and Share Supper on Saturday Night.

Stewards Paul & Janet 07949 919190

SWYTHAMLEY, STAFFORDSHIRE 24th to 28th May 118/979643

Swythamley and Heaton Centre, Gun End, The Roaches, Peak District, Nr. Leek SK11 0SL

Directions: From A523 travelling North, opposite reservoir Fork Right signposted Heaton. First Right, 2 miles (ignore junctions) to Swythamley & Heaton Centre. Situated in beautiful countryside, where Staffordshire, Derbyshire and Cheshire meet, this is one of our favourite sites. The Centre is in the Dane Valley with plenty of lovely walks close by – guides available, and of course Wincle Brewery! Hall open throughout our stay for music, crafts, dance and chat.

Bring and Share Supper on Saturday Night

Stewards Pat and Paul

WELBOURN, LINCOLNSHIRE 27th June to 1st July 121/967541

Welbourn Village Hall, 22 The Green, Welbourn, Lincs LN5 0LZ

GROUP AGM

From Newark take A17 East and take slip road to Leadenham. At lights turn Left A607 for 2 miles. Ignore 1st left to Welbourn. Just after ‘No Entry’ sign on left, turn left on to Moat Lane. Turn left on to Beck Street. Village Hall on left in 100 metres.

Large flat field. The hall is on-site. Showers and toilets available 24/7.

Booking in: On arrival please can you have an envelope with the following information on :

Names and membership numbers

Number of nights

Correct amount of fees

Vehicle registration number

Tent/Caravan/Motorhome

Stewards North Central Committee 07977 093133

MIDDLETON-BY-WIRKSWORTH, DERBYSHIRE 12th to 15th July 119/277547

Lees Meadow Farm, Middleton – by- Wirksworth, Derbyshire. DE4 4LT

Directions: From A38 Kingsway at the roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Queensway, then take the A6 slip road to Matlock.

At Palm Ct. island take 2nd exit onto Duffield Road/A6. Turn left onto Broadway B5023. At the roundabout continue straight onto Warmbrook/B5023. Turn left to stay on B5023. Turn left on to B5035. Lees Meadow Farm, destination on the right.

Good access, basic amenities, you may need levellers/ramps. Hall Saturday evening. Places of interest to explore include Middleton Top / High Peak Trail very close. Bus to Ashbourne at end of drive.

Stewards Nora and Clive

THORESBY PARK, NOTTINGHAMSHIRE 1st to 5th August 120/639714

Thoresby Park Estate, Perlethorpe, Notts. NG222 9EP

Directions: From Nottingham take A614. At Ollerton roundabout continue on A614 (Blyth Road) In two miles turn left at Thoresby roundabout on to 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 approximately 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 David and Margaret – 07977 093133

GENERAL DETAILS

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

2024 Fees Camping North Central Area fees are £12 per unit per night for two adults (to include camping, use of hall and dances) with reductions for single person units (£11 per unit per night), 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.