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2010 New Year Meet & Fees Confirmed….

26 Oct Posted by in Weekend Meets | 1 comment
2010 New Year Meet & Fees Confirmed….
 

Excellent news everyone.  We have located and secured a new venue for this years’ New Year Meet!

Our 2010 New Year Meet will be held at Bude Holiday Park near Bude in Cornwall.  Details of the site can be found below:

BUDE HOLIDAY PARK, Maer Lane, Bude, Cornwall, EX23 9EE.  TEL: 01288 355955 • FAX: 01288 355980 • www.budeholidaypark.co.uk • Email: staff.bude@btconnect.com.

Please note – there is a minimum of 2 nights stay at this meet.  To help with organising the event, please contact Gill Monk (gill6211@hotmail.com or 01752 202928) or Karl Field (fieldfamily@aol.com or 01752 815223) if you are thinking of attending.  This is NOT a booked meet, however, an indication of numbers would aid us greatly.

Site fees are; £30 per unit for the minimum 2 nights stay, and £10 per unit for all others nights stay.

You can check out the site via Google StreetView in glorious 3d here….

It is a fantastic location with easy access and good facilities.  NOTE:  Accessing the site is easier from Bude centre and is the preferred route into the site rather than coming from the Wooda site!

HOT OFF THE PRESS!!! –  you can now download the 2010 New Year Meet Programme – get it here….

The weekend is going to fun packed as usual, with live entertainment as well as more home-grown activities being organised by Julie & Andy Martin – fast becoming our resident professional entertainment team 🙂

The New Years Eve Party theme is ‘A Night at the Oscars’.  Come dressed as your favorite Celebrity, Stage or Screen Star or just put your glad rags on!  Check out the Programme for details…..

Come along and join us for New Year.  We have a feeling this year is not to missed.  Site opens 2pm….

  1. Andrew David11-27-10

    Hi we will be atending the new year meet at Bude there will be 2 families of 4 and possible family of 3.

    thanks

    see you there.

    Andrew David

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