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Longbrigde Rules

 

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Longbridge Camping & Caravan Club Rules:

Paying On site unfortunately we can only take cash on rallies if you want to pay by cheque; a cheque can be sent the week before the rally to the Rally Secretary. This is because for security we don’t carry a float on the field for obvious security reasons and a cash payment is required from you to ensure we have enough to pay the field owner. Thanks for your help on this matter.

 WEEKEND RALLIES start at 5.00pm on Friday and end at 5.00pm on Sunday afternoon. Anyone wishing to arrive before this time, please check with the Rally Secretary. Marshalls will try to accommodate everyone early arrival is at the discretion of the Marshall and their decision is final.

To be sited together please arrive together.

Please be aware that early arrivals may be required to move or may be asked to site vans until the Marshall arrives.

 Rally slips, deposits and all payments should be sent to our Rally Secretary, cheques should be made payable to Longbridge Camping and Caravan Club (please don’t send cash through the post) We cannot take cheque payment on the rally field.  You can book on line if it’s easier for you, but all deposits must be sent to secure your booking. If a deposit is required your booking will not be confirmed until the deposit is received.

We have made every effort with the directions and the post codes, but it’s wise to check your own maps and sat-navs.

Full payment for Holiday rallies is required 6 weeks before the rally

Non-Unit

It’s a Natural England requirement that anyone staying with you over the age of 18 must be a member of the one of the clubs in the Association – either a full unit or non-unit member. Please advise the Marshall if you do have overnight visitors as an additional charge will be required of £1.00 per person.

 DEPOSITS: Where deposits are required details will be included in the rally details. Deposits are non-Transferable & nonrefundable and full balances may also be non-refundable, unless there extenuating circumstances..

 ADMINISTRATION COSTS: An admin cost has been added to some site fees, to help with the running of the club.

 LIMITED RALLIES: All rallies have a limit, so prior booking is required to ensure we can accommodate you, a quick call to the Rally Secretary will confirm if we have a space for you. Also if you can’t attend a rally again if you could call our Rally Secretary would be appreciated, in case there is waiting list.

ELECTRICS: Will be allocated on a first booked basis where possible…so get your bookings in early!

GENERATORS: Are only allowed on sites where the landowners have given their consent and no electric hook ups are available.  Generators can be used between 11.00 am and 6.00 pm however every effort must be made not to cause annoyance through noise and fumes. The Rally Marshall has the final decision and may ask you to turn the generator off if it’s annoying a fellow camper or local resident. In addition generators must not be left un-attended.

CHILDREN: Your children are your responsibility whilst on site, they should be supervised by a responsible adult at all times and should not be left alone on the rally field.

GAZEBOS: Please take them down at night to avoid you rescuing them in your PJ’s and causing damage

DOGS: Should be kept on a lead at all times, supervised by an adult and all waste matter should be picked up and disposed of in a responsible manner.

REDUCED SUBSCRIPTIONS: Members and their partners must over 60 and both fully retired, and also been Full Members of Longbridge CCC consecutive for past 5 years or more up until applicants date, are eligible for reduced subscriptions.

 

  • All members undertake on joining the Association when using Association Camping & Caravanning sites to observe the following Association Code which incorporates inter alia the “Camping & Caravan Code” and the “Country Code”
    1. Only caravans towed by member’s cars and camping equipment for the use of Association will be allowed on site. Cars must be parked on the left of the caravan (facing the A frame) where possible. Any member wishing to bring a second car/vehicle must park where directed by the marshal’s.
    2. On arrival, members must report to the appropriate site marshals for pitching instructions. One pitch may be saved on the day of arrival only
    3. Caravans and tents must be pitched in positions indicated by site marshals so as to allow no less than twenty feet minimum spacing between units as indicated in the current rally book.
    4. Sites must be kept clear of spare equipment and nothing other than waste water and fresh water receptacles or gas cylinders must be stored under caravans or around tents. Sites must be left clean and tidy on the striking of tents and the removal of caravans from sites.
    5. Properly constructed toilet tents may be erected on sites.
    6. Contents of chemical toilets must not be disposed of except by emptying them at disposal points provided, or in accordance with the instructions of the marshals. Chemical toilets must not be flushed out or filled up at the drinking water tap.
    7. To avoid possible damage to sewage purification works, members may only use formaldehyde based fluids. Under NO circumstances may coal tar phenol or caustic based fluids be used.
    8. Buckets and other suitable receptacles used for waste water must not be allowed to overflow, and must be emptied at disposal points provided.
    9. All waste paper and other solid refuse must be deposited in receptacles provided for the purpose, but were not provided, must be taken home – not deposited in the chemical disposal pits.
    10. No Open fires on any sites.
    11. Members are always expected to act with consideration for others on site and for neighbouring residents, in particular, by driving slowly and avoiding loud music, television sets, computer type games, generators or other noises at an hour when it would annoy others.
    12. Domestic pets must be kept on leads not exceeding ten feet when on site and marshals are authorized to ask any animal owner to leave the site if their pets become a nuisance. All animals must be kept under proper control at all times. DOGS: Should be kept on a lead at all times, supervised by an adult and all waste matter should be picked up and disposed of in a responsible manner.
    13. Speed of vehicles must not exceed 5 miles per hour on sites.
    14. Authority of conduct of sites invested in marshals and co-marshals. Marshalls will be furnished with a copy of the site rules.
    15. The marshals will report persons in breach of these rules to the appropriate club committees and disciplinary action may be taken.
    16. The Association will not accept liability for any accident, loss or damage to persons or property occupying any part of the sites, however caused.
    17. No learner driver will be allowed to drive on any site.
    18. Bow and arrows, catapults, metal detectors and firearms are not permitted on the rally field. Kite flying, ball games, riding of cycles, radio controlled cars and other games liable to course damage must not be played in the immediate vicinity of caravans or tents.
    19. It is strongly recommended that club members’ caravans and tents are equipped with a fire extinguisher and first aid kit.
    20. No naked lights or cooking stoves to be used in tents belonging to the youth section.
    21. Pup tents are strictly for children under the age of 18 and must be pitched as directed by the marshals. Only pup tents up to 8ft X 6ft or two smaller ones are permitted, but these must be within the units pitch. (Subject to local site rules)
    22. Any visitors wishing to stay overnight must be a BLCCA member five days before start of the rally they wish to attend & must seek permission from the Rally Secretary prior to the commencement of the rally. A fee of £1.00 per night will be charged. (Disabled persons exempt from charge) Visitors must stay in member’s caravan/awning only. Any visitor over 18 must be a full or non-unit member
    23. Non Unit Member: This is an individual membership. (Non Unit membership is for anyone over the age of 18 wishing to stay overnight as part of a Full Members unit)
    24. They must not stay in their own unit without first upgrading to full membership.
    25. Non Unit Members are required to abide by the rules of the Club and Association.
    26. Membership cards must be carried at all times when attending rallies and a current BL sticker must be displayed in their car.
    27. Cars must be parked where directed by marshals.
    28. Any member allowing a person 18 and over who is not members to stay in their unit may be asked to leave the rally field and disciplinary action may be taken.
    29. REDUCED MEMBERSHIP – Members and their partners must over 60 and both fully retired, and also been Full Members of Longbridge CCC consecutive for past 5 years or more up until applicants date, are eligible for reduced subscriptions.
    30. All gazebos must be taken down overnight
    31. Generators are only allowed on sites where the landowners have given their consent and no electric hook ups are available. Generators can be used between 11.00 am and 6.00 pm however every effort must be made not to cause annoyance through noise and fumes. The Rally Marshall has the final decision and may ask you to turn the generator off if it’s annoying a fellow camper or local resident. In addition generators must not be left un-attended.
    32. Cheques will not be accepted on the rally, payment must be in cash only on arrival. This is because for security we don’t carry a float on the field for obvious security reasons and a cash payment is required from you to ensure we have enough to pay the site owner.
    33. Where deposits are required details will be included in the rally details. Deposits are non-Transferable & non-refundable and full balances may also be non-refundable, unless there extenuating circumstances. ADMINISTRATION COSTS: An admin cost has been added to some site fees, to help with the running of the club.
    34. RALLIES – weekend rallies start at 5.00pm on Friday and end on date stated on rally. Holiday rallies (week long holidays) run Saturday to Saturdays. Full payment for Holiday rallies is required 6 weeks before the rally.
    35. Parents your children are your responsibility whilst on site, they should be supervised by a responsible adult at all times and should not be left alone on the rally field.