Upcoming Meets

Our camping weekends are open to all members of the Camping and Caravanning Club

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Tuesday 31st – Sunday 5th June       

Coxwold Village Hall  (5 nights)   Join The Ridings for a ‘Royal Knees-Up’ Meet

100/536774.     Byland Road, Coxwold, York, YO61 4BB. 5 nights. From A19 travelling south turn left towards Coxwold/Shandyhall. From A19 travelling north turn right towards Coxwold/Ampleforth. Site on eastern side of village.

Socials/Ceilidhs with live music in Hall on  site.  Weekend to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.  Hoping for great weather we could see decorated units around the site along the red, white & blue theme or perhaps bring out any pennon displays.  Our traditional 3 ceilidhs are planned for Thurs, Fri and Sat evenings. Initial plans are for a street party on Friday teatime (bring food to share or if you prefer just come and join in with your own picnic) and a pre-ceilidh barbeque on Saturday.  Hopefully we can  eat out in the fresh air unless the weather dictates the need to take cover indoors!  Please come prepared with any outdoor/indoor games to add to the fun of the meet.

Provisional plans, all subject to change ……

Site opens 2pm, Tuesday 31 May

  • Pitching in lines to create a ‘street party / activity’ area
  • Decorate units with bunting / pennons etcTuesday and Wednesday Evenings
  • Socialising in the hall –  games, crafts, singing and more !

Thursday Evening

  • First evening Ceilidh

Friday Afternoon / Evening

  • Start of the ‘PARTY’ with games on the field
  • Wear Red, White and Blue plus a crown! (Make a crown workshop is planned at the meet)
  • Units encouraged to set up a ‘game’ for everyone to enjoy g.  Using a straw to transfer ping pong balls from one bowl to another in a set time.    Use your imagination and please bring a game
  • Bring ideas for games from the era g. skipping …..
  • At 5.00pm – set up of communal buffet for the meal to start at 5.30pm (or bring your own tea and sit on the ‘street’)  As much Red, White and Blue coloured food will keep up the theme!
  • At 7.30pm theRoyal Knees-Up’ Ceilidh with party / favourite dances

Saturday Afternoon / Evening

  • 5.00pm – lighting of everyones’ BBQ’s for a get together around the BBQs
  • 7.30pm – Final night Ceilidh

PLUS    The hall to be used for workshops in dance, song, music and craft over the weekend.  Please bring ideas of activities to share.   What about a ‘Royal’ or ‘1950’s’ Quiz?

Site closes at 2pm Sunday

**   Field activities can be relocated into the hall if the weather dictates!!



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