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Next meet: Parents weekend and May Day meet-29th April - 2nd May

The Edges & Dales Walk 2016
 Camping at Ashford in the Water, near Bakewell.
The Edges & Dales walk is some 35 miles in length taking in the best of Derbyshire scenery starting from Hayfield and finishing at Monsall Head.  Groups are organised to cater for all types of walkers from the experienced walker to families with children.
Come on dig out those boots and lets get walking to support this year's good causes,
the Nottingham Multiple Sclerosis Therapy Centre and The Haematology Day Case Unit - City Hospital
If the full 35 miles is a little too far then you can walk from:
 Lunchtime (Perry Dale) which is 13 miles or
tea time (Worm Hill) which is 5 miles.
Further details and the route are available from Ian Webster, walk co-ordinator on 01623 553192 or ian.webster2@ntlworld.com
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Edges and Dales Sponsor Form 2016

Event support required; We are reaching out  for volunteers to help run drink stops to support the walkers who are participating in  the walk to  raise sponsor monies for our chosen charities, if you could offer any help please contact Dave Bowers on 07516 178724

       Next Weekend Camping  Meet :  Parents Weekend and May Day Meet

Please click on link below for weekends entertainment programme

Come and Join us for

Hose is a village in north-east Leicestershire, close to the Nottinghamshire border. Administratively, it is in the borough of Melton Mowbray, which is about 6 miles to the south.

The village is sited in the attractive, agricultural countryside, just below the ironstone scarp that forms the southern boundary of the Vale of Belvoir. There are many active farms in the area. A good road network connects the adjacent villages of Harby, Long Clawson, Colston Basset and Scalford, and beyond to the towns of Bingham, Melton Mowbray, Loughborough and Grantham (all with railway stations connecting to London and the north). Nottingham, Derby and Leicester are all within easy reach. A bus service runs through the village connecting to Melton and to Bottesford.

The village has a population of about 500, has a thriving primary school, an ancient church, Baptist chapel, a shop & Post Office and the well-known Rose & Crown pub. A village green - known as The Park - lies at the centre of the village, adjacent to the church. The Park has an enormous chestnut tree and beneath it (it's true!) - a village blacksmith.

The Village Hall is on the edge of the village and provides a large central hall, kitchen, bar and meeting room, with a large car-park. It has changing rooms for the football field (2 pitches). At the other side of the playing field are tennis courts and a bowling green.

The Grantham canal runs close by the village: we expect that the canal will be improved over time and become navigable from Grantham to the River Trent. Many footpaths cross close to the village, so a good number of walkers pass through.

Hose strikes a balance between convenient commuting distance to the big centres and a pleasant rural setting, with plenty of facilities: altogether a good place to live or visit.


A plea for help
        At the end of April, the CCY are hosting the annual Parents weekend. We want to put on plenty of entertainment for you all whilst doing some fundraising to enable us to participate in Youth rallies and are looking for the following donations: 
     unwanted gifts, toiletries etc which can be used for a tombola
  • condition items which you don't need but cant bear to just throw for a ‘Arts Mart’ style auction

Stewards 2016

The camping diary has been updated again, with the latest stewards for upcoming meets in 2016, as you can see we still have a number of  weekends that still require stewards.

We can now confirm  that Aukley will go ahead on the 3-5th June along with Blidworth and Bakewell meets thanks to Stewards coming forward to support.

As previously communicated we do not want to cancel any meets but without the support of stewards we may have to look at cancelling some weekends, so please if you can spare some time over a weekend to steward a meet let us know, if work is an issue on the Friday and you cannot arrive until after 3pm we can look at support until you arrive.

If you are able to offer support please contact Sue Beck so that we all can enjoy a fun filled calendar.

Traffic for Goose Fair meet 2016

We are looking for for help with the traffic at Goose Fair this year, if you will be able to spare some time over the weekend to assist  contact Dave Bowers on 07516 178724

Temporary Holiday Meets 2016
Notts DA invites all units to our holiday meets:
          Wells next the Sea  27th May - 5th June
Oaklands, Chapel st Leonards  15th July - 12th August


           Wells next the Sea  23rd July - 20th August
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                           12 April 2016

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For Sale Swift Challenger fitted carpets
7 Feb 2016
 During the months of April and May we will be holding 2 walks at our weekend meets, where you can join us in preparation for our Edges  and Dales walk or just for a chance to see some beautiful countryside and catch up with friends.

The 2 walks will be at ;

  • Darley Dale-7th May-10 miles
  • Alderwasley-14th May-13<14 miles


The Camping and Caravanning Club
Greenfields House
Westwood Way

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