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Charities Caravan & Camping Club

Come and join us, get in touch with any committee member, fill out a membership form which you can download and bring it on a rally with your subscription which is only £18, come and start enjoying the weekends with us and help fund raise for our chosen charity.

Fund raising for Charity, whilst enjoying the countryside.

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Rally Report. Heritage Wood Rally Ednaston April 28th – May 3rd 2022.

Thank you to the Marshals LC & MC and Deputy Marshall JB for their friendly welcome and the organising and running of the Rally.

11 units attended, pitched on grass (off grid) at the edge of the Memorial Wood and Lake. This was a rural site, and the woodland is sponsored, and people can dedicate a tree or a bench to mark a special event or in memory of a loved one. Both the Woodland and the Lake have gentle flat walks around and through them with information boards so that people can identify the birds and the trees. In abundance on the lake were geese and ducks. The geese and their goslings grazed regularly out on the field. The field of Rape Seed to the side of the caravans provided a wonderful fragrance throughout the day and evening.

During the stay there were the usual activities of Bingo, Blackout and Raffle to raise funds for our chosen charity ‘Air Ambulance’ The amount raised was over £20.00

The highlight was the Murder Mystery at the Pizzeria on Saturday evening. Crack the case and bring your own pizza, garlic bread and wine. Great fun and laughs with MC and his ever-changing accent.

The prizes won were:

Best Character Improvisation – JB (for his singing talents).

Best Character Detective – JW (for working out who the murderer was).

Best Character Actor – BT (for staying in character throughout).

The two nearby villages provided excellent pubs with food. The Red Lion at Hollington, Ashbourne with a great Pie themed Menu and wonderful views, was a delight both on the palate and the eyes. The Yew Tree Inn at Ednaston, again with a wonderful menu and the most amazing Sunday Roast we would highly recommend to everyone. Both dog friendly pubs have great service, great staff, amazing menus in traditional pub surroundings, and within easy walking distance of our site.

The ‘Who am I Quiz’ was challenging. The clues were placed in the windows of the caravans and once all of them read and noted down each team had to work out who it was? Google was probably used by most to link the clues together to work it out. (Yes, we admit it. G and I used Google as we had lots of clues, but no clue!). L & JB won with the only entry made.

BT, GG