Whittingham & Goosnargh Social Club, Campsite (PART 2) Thursday 11th - Tuesday 16th November 2021, 5 Nights

Whittingham & Goosnargh Social Club, Campsite (PART 2) Thursday 11th - Tuesday 16th November 2021, 5 Nights
Posted by jeffmossy
Whittingham & Goosnargh Sports And Social Club
Thursday, November 11, 2021 - 10:00 AM
Until: Tuesday, November 16, 2021 - 01:00 PM
(Adjusted for timezone: Europe/London)

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RoaminRog

Full Member

Messages
1,402
Hi Jeff,
Sorry to have to let you know, but Madam has a hospital appointment on the 12th November, so we are going to have to give this one a miss. Absolutely gutted but Heyho, what will be……
If you happen to pop into the Club, could you check to see if my membership card has been issued yet please. Looking forward to using it at New Year!
 

jeffmossy

Rally Organiser

Messages
2,170
Hi Jeff,
Sorry to have to let you know, but Madam has a hospital appointment on the 12th November, so we are going to have to give this one a miss. Absolutely gutted but Heyho, what will be……
If you happen to pop into the Club, could you check to see if my membership card has been issued yet please. Looking forward to using it at New Year!
No problem Roger ,hope all goes well for Chris and yes I will check if your card is ready . Take care
 

Trotter

Full Member

Messages
2,499
A reminder.
IF the road is still closed after going under the motorway.
Follow the diversion along Langley Lane.
Turn right onto Goosenagh Lane
Right again at the Grapes Ph ( end of the recreation ground) Church Lane.
Left onto B5269
1st right after Stags Head Ph into Lane leading to the clubhouse.
 

stevensmith91

Full Member

Messages
33
Jeff sorry I’m going to have to cancel
Better half has just had a letter through for a long awaited appointment at the hospital and it clashes with the rally

Steven
 

lknight

Full Member

Messages
25
The List MAX 40 VANS

  1. Jeffmossy EHU Sreward
  2. Philip Thomlinson EHU Steward
  3. Trotter Parking Police
  4. JohnDoris EHU 5 Nights
  5. Molly3 EHU 5 Nights
  6. Leejan EHU 3 Nights
  7. RichardSpencer 3 Nights
  8. Hymie EHU 3 Nights
  9. Steveandjulie EHU 3 Nights
  10. Exwindsurfer 5 Nights
  11. FERENZA EHU 5 Nights
  12. The Griffos EHU 5 Nights
  13. SquirrellCook 5 Nights
  14. TissyD EHU 5 Nights
  15. Millstone Grit 5 Nights
  16. Burstner Boy EHU 5 Nights
  17. alwaysared 5 Nights
  18. Calianbay EHU 5 Nights
  19. Sherri EHU 5 Nights
  20. bentonaj 5 Nights ( EHU IF Poss)
  21. Donrevy 4 Nights
  22. Peter51 4 Nights
  23. earby mick 5 Nights
  24. Derwentdragon EHU 5 Nights
  25. Kimbowbill EHU 5 Nights
  26. Wully EHU ? 5 Nights
  27. horace 5 Nights
  28. Vanessa 2 Nights ( EHU IF POSS )
  29. Johnnyboy 5 Nights
  30. tompa 5 Nights
  31. Bigredf 5 Nights
  32. Pilsleyavondale 5 Nights
  33. DaveAdele 5 Nights
  34. Benylin 5 Nights
  35. Nomad-Notmad 5 Nights
  36. Ten Thousand Sunsets 5 Nights
  37. Paulhelenwilko 3 Nights
  38. Old Man Down 5 Nights
  39. hayhiker 5 Nights
  40. Northeners on tour

Reserves

1 Seadogjon
2 Beerdrinker
3 Wolves Wanderers
4
5
This meet will involve vans being parked close together, this is the only way we can get 40 vans parked on the campsite, if you are not happy with this please do not attend. Thank you

The camp is for 5 nights, most of the pitches are on hardstanding, however small vans may be parked on grass but we do have towing facilities if required . The venue is less than 10 minutes off the M6 motorway

There are also 20 EHU points, these are only 5 AMP so only kettles, fridges, charging, NOT HEATING, these are only £3 per night so please remember this if you try to overload it and it keeps tripping, also if you want this option let me know when booking, these come on a first come first served basis

Sorry all EHU places have been allocated now,however if you have a long lead and a splitter then depending on how we route the cables there could be a slight possibility some more points become available but WE CANNOT GUARANTEE everyone from number 30 on the list will get this option

There is a large clubhouse on-site with snooker and pool tables also a tv room and the bar is open every night and lunchtime at the weekend, the bar also serves food and real ale as well as a very large selection of beverages. THE CLUBHOUSE WILL BE OPEN DURING THE DAYTIME FOR US TO USE BUT THE BAR WILL NOT BE OPEN UNTIL THE EVENING TIME. We will organize some Quizzes and activities nearer the time

Dogs on leads are welcome on the entire site including the clubhouse, ALL dog mess must be cleaned up


There is access to Toilets, showers, freshwater, washing up point, rubbish disposal and Elsan point

Here is a link to the club site. http://www.whittinghamclub.com/

The price is £11 per unit per night, this is based on 40 vans attending. Please put your payment in a sealed envelope with your forum name and how many nights you are attending plus your fee for EHU if you have asked for this @ £3 per night , this will be collected on arrival

Sorry no Generators or firepits




Local amenities

Only a 5-minute walk from the club you can find a Post Office, grocery shop, fish and chip shop, hairdresser and traditional sweet shop. You can also find Goosnargh Tennis Club and the beautiful medieval church of St Mary's, dating from approximately 1281. They're also a wide range of excellent restaurants and pubs serving fine food in the immediate area, including the local specialities of Goosnargh duck, Goosnargh cakes, and famous local cheeses from Mrs Kirkham's, Blacksticks and Singletons. The famously haunted Chingle Hall is but a half-mile stroll across the fields.

Further afield (3 miles) is the delightful market town of Longridge – the gateway to the Ribble Valley, Clitheroe and beyond. Sainsbury’s, Booths and The Co-operative supermarkets can all be found in Longridge along with a host of specialist shops and a full range of takeaways, many of which will deliver to the site.

Exploring the area

The new City of Preston (7 miles) offers extensive shopping opportunities whilst Garstang (6 miles) is another “must-see” market town. Beacon Fell Country Park along with the Bleasdale Fells, form the backdrop to our village. This is a proper walking country easily reached (3 miles) by an extensive network of country lanes. Brock Bottoms (2 miles), on the way to Beacon Fell, offers leafy glades, cool clear pools and the gentle River Brock. This is a magic place where children can safely paddle, whilst your dog can swim in the deeper pools - an ideal picnic spot!

The Club is an ideal base for visiting local attractions such as the Roman camp at Ribchester, the ruins of the 14th Century Cistercian Abbey at Whalley and the famous Trough of Bowland whose lovely winding paths are popular with fell walkers and casual strollers alike.

If you would like to attend this venue please ask on this thread only stating your arrival day and how many nights you will be attending

MAX 40 pitches
Hi Jeff, could you put us on the reserve list please,
This meet will involve vans being parked close together, this is the only way we can get 40 vans parked on the campsite, if you are not happy with this please do not attend. Thank you

The camp is for 5 nights, most of the pitches are on hardstanding, however small vans may be parked on grass but we do have towing facilities if required . The venue is less than 10 minutes off the M6 motorway

There are also 20 EHU points, these are only 5 AMP so only kettles, fridges, charging, NOT HEATING, these are only £3 per night so please remember this if you try to overload it and it keeps tripping, also if you want this option let me know when booking, these come on a first come first served basis

Sorry all EHU places have been allocated now,however if you have a long lead and a splitter then depending on how we route the cables there could be a slight possibility some more points become available but WE CANNOT GUARANTEE everyone from number 30 on the list will get this option

There is a large clubhouse on-site with snooker and pool tables also a tv room and the bar is open every night and lunchtime at the weekend, the bar also serves food and real ale as well as a very large selection of beverages. THE CLUBHOUSE WILL BE OPEN DURING THE DAYTIME FOR US TO USE BUT THE BAR WILL NOT BE OPEN UNTIL THE EVENING TIME. We will organize some Quizzes and activities nearer the time

Dogs on leads are welcome on the entire site including the clubhouse, ALL dog mess must be cleaned up


There is access to Toilets, showers, freshwater, washing up point, rubbish disposal and Elsan point

Here is a link to the club site. http://www.whittinghamclub.com/

The price is £11 per unit per night, this is based on 40 vans attending. Please put your payment in a sealed envelope with your forum name and how many nights you are attending plus your fee for EHU if you have asked for this @ £3 per night , this will be collected on arrival

Sorry no Generators or firepits




Local amenities

Only a 5-minute walk from the club you can find a Post Office, grocery shop, fish and chip shop, hairdresser and traditional sweet shop. You can also find Goosnargh Tennis Club and the beautiful medieval church of St Mary's, dating from approximately 1281. They're also a wide range of excellent restaurants and pubs serving fine food in the immediate area, including the local specialities of Goosnargh duck, Goosnargh cakes, and famous local cheeses from Mrs Kirkham's, Blacksticks and Singletons. The famously haunted Chingle Hall is but a half-mile stroll across the fields.

Further afield (3 miles) is the delightful market town of Longridge – the gateway to the Ribble Valley, Clitheroe and beyond. Sainsbury’s, Booths and The Co-operative supermarkets can all be found in Longridge along with a host of specialist shops and a full range of takeaways, many of which will deliver to the site.

Exploring the area

The new City of Preston (7 miles) offers extensive shopping opportunities whilst Garstang (6 miles) is another “must-see” market town. Beacon Fell Country Park along with the Bleasdale Fells, form the backdrop to our village. This is a proper walking country easily reached (3 miles) by an extensive network of country lanes. Brock Bottoms (2 miles), on the way to Beacon Fell, offers leafy glades, cool clear pools and the gentle River Brock. This is a magic place where children can safely paddle, whilst your dog can swim in the deeper pools - an ideal picnic spot!

The Club is an ideal base for visiting local attractions such as the Roman camp at Ribchester, the ruins of the 14th Century Cistercian Abbey at Whalley and the famous Trough of Bowland whose lovely winding paths are popular with fell walkers and casual strollers alike.

If you would like to attend this venue please ask on this thread only stating your arrival day and how many nights you will be attending

MAX 40 pitches
Hi Jeff,
Could you put us on the reserve list please, Meduck & me. Thanks.
 

TissyD

Full Member

Messages
308
Hi Jeff,Sorry we won't be able to attend this one. can you take us off the list please.
Chris
 

Kimbowbill

Full Member

Messages
92
Hi Jeff, sorry for short notice but I won't be able to make this meet, I hope you all have a great time and I will see you at Wills for Xmas Dinner xx
 
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