Birchwood Touring Park AGM 23rd to 26th April

This year we have decided to run camping at our AGM weekend. This see us back at the popular site of Birchwood. The Sunday we will be holding our AGM and encouraging all that can attend to please do so.

More information nearer the meet will be published

 

Facilities

  • Electrical hook-up point (10 amp supply) pitches on grass or gravel

  • Non-electric grass tent pitches

  • Well stocked self-service shop with off licence, newspapers, general groceries, sweets, ice cream, soft drinks, toys, Calor gas exchange and camping & caravanning supplies

  • Take-away foods

  • Icepack exchange for a small charge

  • Free hot showers in toilet/shower blocks, heated in the winter

  • Chemical toilet disposal points

  • Motor-home waste disposal point

  • Dogs admitted if kept on a short lead

  • Direct access into forest

  • Launderette with washers & tumble-driers (tokens to purchase)

  • Wash up sinks (indoor & outdoor)

  • Local leaflets and information

  • Books to borrow or swap 

  • Children’s play area and sand pit

 

Stewards: Marian & Alan Bown

Price £14.00 with EHU

Directions:

The site is located on a good, straight, unclassified road called the Bere Road, half way between Wareham and Bere Regis.

From Poole (A35/A351) or Dorchester/Wool (A352/A351):

On the north side of the railway line at Wareham on A351, at the roundabout follow the road signposted Bere Regis. Follow the road down to a second roundabout take the third exit onto Bere Road. Follow Bere Road for about 2 miles. You will pass the Silent Woman pub on your left. Birchwood Tourist Park is the second Park along the road, being the first on the right hand side.

 

From Dorchester (A35), or Wimborne (A31):

At the Bere Regis roundabout at the Shell Petrol Garage, take the A35 exit sign posted towards Poole. At the next smaller roundabout take the first exit. Follow the A35 towards Poole for about a mile. Turn right at the sign post to Wareham with a brown caravan sign (with three distances on it). This takes you off the A35 onto Sugar Hill, follow the long straight road (Bere Road) through the forest for nearly 3 miles. Birchwood Tourist Park is second Park along the road on the left hand side.

Birchwood Touring Park 14th to 18th February

 

 

Facilities

  • Electrical hook-up point (10 amp supply) pitches on grass or gravel

  • Non-electric grass tent pitches

  • Well stocked self-service shop with off licence, newspapers, general groceries, sweets, ice cream, soft drinks, toys, Calor gas exchange and camping & caravanning supplies

  • Take-away foods

  • Icepack exchange for a small charge

  • Free hot showers in toilet/shower blocks, heated in the winter

  • Chemical toilet disposal points

  • Motor-home waste disposal point

  • Dogs admitted if kept on a short lead

  • Direct access into forest

  • Launderette with washers & tumble-driers (tokens to purchase)

  • Wash up sinks (indoor & outdoor)

  • Local leaflets and information

  • Books to borrow or swap 

  • Children’s play area and sand pit

 

Stewards: Marian & Alan Bown

Price £12.00 PUN or £13.50 with EHU

Directions:

The site is located on a good, straight, unclassified road called the Bere Road, half way between Wareham and Bere Regis.

From Poole (A35/A351) or Dorchester/Wool (A352/A351):

On the north side of the railway line at Wareham on A351, at the roundabout follow the road signposted Bere Regis. Follow the road down to a second roundabout take the third exit onto Bere Road. Follow Bere Road for about 2 miles. You will pass the Silent Woman pub on your left. Birchwood Tourist Park is the second Park along the road, being the first on the right hand side.

 

From Dorchester (A35), or Wimborne (A31):

At the Bere Regis roundabout at the Shell Petrol Garage, take the A35 exit sign posted towards Poole. At the next smaller roundabout take the first exit. Follow the A35 towards Poole for about a mile. Turn right at the sign post to Wareham with a brown caravan sign (with three distances on it). This takes you off the A35 onto Sugar Hill, follow the long straight road (Bere Road) through the forest for nearly 3 miles. Birchwood Tourist Park is second Park along the road on the left hand side.

“Easter Meet” Church Farm Sixpenny Handley 9th to 13th April

Church Farm is a quiet campsite run by Stephen Judd & his wife Lee.We are situated in a village called Sixpenny Handley, which is in the heart of the Cranborne Chase. We are the gateway to the Chase and West Wiltshire Downs, an “Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty”.The site is on an arable farm, surrounded by glorious countryside.

The site is located within 300m of the Village High Street. There are a variety of shops, including General Stores/Newsagents, Butchers, Post Office, Gift Shop and also a Public House. The village church backs on to the campsite. There is a large recreation ground, with Skateboard ramp and play area within easy walking distance.

Church Farm is an ideal site for those wishing to tour the local area with the historic City of Salisbury and the markettowns of Blandford Forum, Wimborne Minster, Shaftesbury and Ringwood all easily reached within 30 minutes drive. These boast famousLandmarks such as Stonehenge, Salisbury Cathedral, Gold Hill and Wimborne Minster. If you head for the beaches and coast -Poole, Bournemouth and Southampton are only a 45 minute drive away. The Campsite is very well placed for walking and cycling in the surrounding countryside.

We will be running a full program of events to be published soon

£12.50 Per Unit Night

Sandford Park, Wareham 12th to 16th March 2020

Come and join us for a classic family getaway at Sandford Holiday Park and you’ll find a lively park in a lovely, leafy countryside setting.

The Park is close to the Purbeck Town of Wareham with it’s lively Saturday market and if you explore a bit more there is the delightful village of Corfe Castle and Swanage with it sandy beach beyond.

In the park

There’s plenty to keep the whole family entertained – water walkers, a water slide, inflatable kayaks, snorkeling and giant inflatables, and even an amusement arcade.

Feeling active? Have a game of football, or hire bikes and pedal-karts and whizz around the park! If you prefer your sports more sedate and with a drink at hand, have a game of pool, darts or 10-pin Bowling.

Little ones will be kept busy with a pirate ship and an indoor play area to explore.

All this at the low price of £9.00 Per Unit Night

This is a booked meet due to pitches being reserved for us please complete the booking form below to take advantage of this great Autumn offer

Booking Form Click Here in Word

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Cuckoo Fair Downton 30th April to 3rd May

With a family-friendly festival atmosphere, the fair is held on the village greens in the picturesque village of Downton, six miles south of Salisbury on the edge of the New Forest on the Wiltshire/Hampshire border.

In 2018 we welcomed an over 20,000 visitors to our fair, with more than 300 craft, gift, homeware and food and drink stalls on the greens and in marquees along The Borough.  The Downton Cuckoo Fair offers fun for all the family including rural craft demonstrations, Punch and Judy, clowns, fairground stall and roundabouts in the Memorial Gardens and a produce market in the car park behind the Co-op.  The perfect day out in Wiltshire!

We have a wide range of entertainment during the fair including Maypole, Morris & traditional dancers, street entertainers, Downton Brass Band, and a host of live music being performed at The Bull Hotel, White Horse Inn and in the Memorial Gardens.  For more information

£8.50 Per Unit Night

Stewards Marian & Alan Bown & Chris & Linda Sawkins

Monkton Wyld Club Site 27th to 31st March Booked Meet

Monkton Wyld Holiday Park offers idyllic Camping and Caravanning in West Dorset and straddles the Dorset/Devon border.  We are three miles from the coastal village of Charmouth and the historic harbour town of Lyme Regis, which is the centre of the World Heritage Jurassic Coastline.

Set within 25 acres of beautifully landscaped and carefully maintained grounds; over the last 25 years we have focused on ensuring that the park complements the rich landscape of the West Dorset Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.  Shrubs, trees and flowers abound while mature oaks spread across surrounding farmland that forms the rolling countryside.

The site has been carefully planted with native woodland to divide the grounds into several separate small paddocks which an atmosphere of peace and quiet

Rally PDF

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Booking Form Click Here

Stewards

Heather & Colin Brown & Ian Fraser

£15.00 PUN Including Electric Hook Up

Events & Information

Buses & Time Tables

Donkey Sanctuary Devon

Take in the scenery of the rolling countryside with walks around the fields where you can meet the donkeys, who greatly love the attention from visitors! Donkeys of all ages are resident at Slade House Farm but a large percentage are elderly and The Donkey Sanctuary is now an international charity. A lovely day out for all to be had.

Address: Slade House Farm, Sidmouth, Devon EX10 0NU

Contact: 01395 578222

Bicton Park Botanical Gardens

Spanning nearly 300 years of horticultural history, these magnificent grade 1 listed gardens are set in the beautiful Devon’s ‘Otter Valley.’ The stunning, landscaped park combines the 18th century tranquillity with modern amenities to provide all year round fun and a great day out for everyone, of all ages! Many attractions include the historic glasshouses, a countryside museum, the Bicton Woodland Railway train ride, nature trail, maze, mini golf, indoor and outdoor children’s play complexes, restaurant and shop.

Website: https://www.bictongardens.co.uk/

Address: Bicton, East Budleigh Salterton, Budleigh Salterton, Devon EX9 7BJ

Contact: 01395 568 465