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2nd North Wales Rally

When:
June 5, 2020 – June 7, 2020 all-day
2020-06-05T00:00:00+01:00
2020-06-08T00:00:00+01:00
Where:
Station Campsite
Carrog Dee Valley North Wales
Contact:
George Sinclair

Thank you for wanting to join the North Wales branch of the TR3OC at our 2nd North Wales Rally on June 5/6/7. We are planning to spend a weekend in beautiful countryside enjoying great company, great bikes and great food and drink.
Once settled in on Friday we plan to have a quietish night at the local pub catching up with old friends or making new ones. On Saturday, for those who wish to participate, there will be a ride out starting at 12.00 of roughly 90 miles through the beautiful Welsh countryside riding through both mountains, moor and seaside, stopping off for refreshments along the way. If you don’t fancy a ride out there are beautiful walks locally or why not take the steam train from the station adjacent to the campsite to Llangollen for some sight-seeing.
Saturday evening will involve retiring to the local pub once more where we will enjoy a BBQ, musical entertainment, talking bo**ocks and even a dance or two.
You will need to pre-book your pitch with the campsite mentioning TR3OC upon which you will receive a reduced rate of £10 per pitch (Tent, Motorhome/camper) per night (without electric) or £20 per pitch per night (with electric hook-up) There are also camping pods available at £30 per night. These are basic, no beds, but can accommodate 2 double airbeds so sleep 4 people.
We will then ask for a contribution of £10 per person towards the BBQ and entertainment.
Sunday is pack up and make your way home once more enjoying some lovely riding country.
A cooked breakfast (£7.95) is available from the pub on both mornings.
Once you have booked with the campsite please drop me an email confirming your attendance so I can keep a tab on numbers and please also include whether you require breakfasts from the pub and any dietary requirements for the BBQ.

See you all in June!
George

Information.
Station Campsite, Carrog, LL21 9BD Tel: 01490 430237
The Grouse Inn, Carrog, LL21 9AU Tel: 01490 430272
Llangollen 8 miles
Corwen 7 miles.

Ride out route here

 

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