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To make using your motorcaravan safe and enjoyable for all members we have several rules which we ask you to abide by. Failure to do say may result in you being asked to leave a rally For the full set of club rules, please consult your Club Handbook or download your own copy here. Below is an extract from our National Rules



6 Metre Rule


All units must be a minimum of 6 metres apart. Rally hosts will in most instances site you. You may choose to pitch further away than this, we just ask that you consider how much space is available on the site. If in doubt talk to the host.


5 MPH Speed Limit


Please remember to drive at no more than 5 MPH on all sites (walking pace). This is to protect the fields, children and pets as well as keep disruption to a minimum. Under no circumstances should a learner or underage driver operate a vehicle on site.


Site Opening Time


Our rallies start at 1200 Hrs.  Rallies on a non commercial site also start at 1200 Hrs unless advertised differently this is because of the clubs insurance cover not starting until then. Our rally host when on a non-commercial site must be the first person on site to comply with our Camping Exemptions Certificate. Please do not try and access the site before the advertised opening time. In any case if you arrive before the host, you may be asked to move.


All Quiet & Generator Use


Between 23:00 and 07:00 there should be no noise on site. This is for the benefit of your fellow campers. The no noise rule includes no vehicle movement during the all quiet time. In addition generators are not to be used before 0930 & after 1900 daily.




Unless otherwise specified, all refuse must be taken home to be disposed of. There will be refuse points at temporary holiday sites.




We welcome all pets to our rallys if the site allows them, we just ask that you stick to the following rules: All pets must be kept on a lead at all times (unless contained in your own unit).All mess must be cleared up straight away and disposed of in the bins provided, pets are not allowed at drinking water points. Pets including dogs are not allowed at social gatherings, in tents or site rooms.


Fire Regulations


All units must be spaced in a way that does not block access to anywhere on the site in the case of an emergency.


Water and Chemical Toilet Waste


Drinking water and elsan points will always be marked clearly. Under no circumstances should any part of your toilet be taken to a drinking water point.



Steve (Safety Officer)

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