Whittingham & Goosnargh Social Club, Campsite , Thursday 23rd September , 5 Nights

Whittingham & Goosnargh Social Club, Campsite , Thursday 23rd September , 5 Nights
Posted by jeffmossy
Whittingham & Goosnargh Sports And Social Club
Thursday, September 23, 2021 - 10:00 AM
Until: Tuesday, September 28, 2021 - 01:00 PM
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Start: Thursday, September 23, 2021 - 10:00 AM
End: Tuesday, September 28, 2021 - 01:00 PM

jeffmossy

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If anyone would like to arrive from Monday 20th September then it will be fine, from Monday to Thursday you will have to pay the campsite direct and not to me , I will only be taking monies from Thursday and this must be the exact amount for your stay in a sealed envelope with your username and how many days you are staying . If you are coming before Thursday please let me know on this thread only . I will be there from Monday setting things up. Take care and see you all soon . Jeff and Lorraine

** UPDATE ON ROAD WORKS **
PLease be aware that the road is closed when you turn off the A6 and go under the motorway bridge , follow the diversion sign to the left, Langley Lane. Go past a Vets clinic on right.
Turn right onto Goosnargh Lane, signed Goosnargh. Follow to end. Turn right at The Grapes Pub. Follow to end. Turn left, then immediatly right just after the Stags head pub through the two stone pillers down to the end of the road keep left into the campsite . Camp site at end.

This camp is for
for 5 nights, most of the pitches are on HARDSTANDING , The venue is less than 10 minutes off the M6 motorway

There are also 20 EHU points, these are only 6 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

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

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

On-site for our use is also a full crown green bowling pitch, this is only £2 per person should you wish to have a game

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, this will be collected on arrival




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 ? hardstanding pitches
 
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jeffmossy

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List of attendees
MAX ? HARDSTANDING PITCHES


1. Jeffmossy ( Steward )
2. Geeky Philip ( Steward )
3. Yorkslass EHU ( Steward )
4. Trotter ( Parking Police Steward )
6. Molly3 EHU 5 Nights
7. Exwindsurfer 5 Nights
8. TissyD EHU 5 Nights
9. Steveandjulie EHU 3 Night
10. Undertaker 5 Nights
11. Patandlorewatson EHU 5 Nights
12 rugbyken 5 Nights
13 Travellingmacks 5 Nights
14 Izwozral 5 Nights
15..Minisiorella 5 Nights EHU
16 Donrevy 4 Nights
18. DaveAdele 5 Nights
19. Peter51 3 Nights
20. Johndoris 5 Nights
21 alwaysared 5 Nights
22. Saxonborg 5 Nights
23. FERENZA 5 Nights
24. Oppy 5 Nights
26 Kimbowbill 5 Nights
27 Wolves Wonderers 5 Nights
28 Wints 3 Nights
29 Coiour me gone 20 5 Nights
30. RichardSpencer 3 Nights
31 nimmo777 5 Nights
32 Bigedf 5 Nights
33 earby mick 5 Nights
36 Stonedaddy EHU 5 Nights
37 Aeroman 5 Nights
38 tompa 5 Nights
39 Wully 5 Nights
40 Ellendale EHU 5 Nights
41 The Griffos EHU 4 Nights
43 bmc 5 Nights
44 Hymie TrevandSue 3 Nights
45 Leejan 4 Nights EHU
48 Roamingrog 5 Nights GRASS PITCH
49 horace 5 Nights
50 Trandy 5 NIights
ticlarkie 2 Nights
Seadogjon 5 Nights
Salvage 1 2 Nights

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The laird

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Used this place many times ,David is a really nice guy and I think I would like to get there will confirm ASAP jeff
with ehu plz
good food as well
nice bar staff
bygone times is a great warehouse to visit as well
 

jeffmossy

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We have just spent the weekend here Gordon and yes David is really nice and I have no doubts at all that he will make this a memorable weekend for us
 

Steveandjulie

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We've been going here for years especially the beer festival it's a great site and a lovely club house with a good selection of real ale at reasonable prices and Dave is a great chap very friendly thanks for organising this Jeff put us down for Saturday definitely could be Friday as well depending on work
 

Undertaker

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Hi, Jeff, sounds great, well done. Please may we come for the full duration, that’s Teresa, me and the hound. Best Regards Mick
 

rugbyken

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someone said the real ale magic word & i don’t think we will get to portugal this year so please put me down for this
 

lknight

Full Member

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A brand new location for motorhomers.com and what a treat we are in for, this camp is for 5 nights and we have got the whole campsite for our group, most of the pitches are on HARDSTANDING but if you do want a grass pitch then there are a few available you need to let me know that you want this option when booking, The venue is less than 10 minutes off the M6 motorway

There are also 20 EHU points , these are only 6 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 served basis

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 selections of beverages

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

On site for our use is also a full crown green bowling pitch , this is only £2 per person should you wish to have a game

There is access to Toilets, fresh water, 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 envolope with your forum name and how many nights you are attending, this will be collected on arrival




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. There 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 back drop to our village. This is 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
Hi Jeff, please book Meduck & Lovelace down for this one, Thursday 23rd for five nights please. Cheers.
 

Steveandjulie

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someone said the real ale magic word & i don’t think we will get to portugal this year so please put me down for this
There's also a micro bar which usually has a good selection of ale's in the village and some more in longridge so you'll have plenty of options
 

mariesnowgoose

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3 nights for me please, Jeff? Friday thru Sunday if that's OK?

Thanks!
 
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