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CHAIRMAN’S CHAT updated 06/05/2020

These have been uploaded to this website. Click on “our rallies 2021” and check the month of your choice and remember these can now be booked
from the 1st December.

Val Brady has sadly passed away. Our thoughts are with Derek and the family.

After talking to Diane the owner of the site it has been decided to cancel the rally.
I think we were all looking forward to this pre-Christmas outing, but keeping safe is the main thing.
Scarborough is on Tier 3 at the moment – not a safe place to be. The good news is that we will be running the rally next year and for 4 days.
Our very best wishes for Christmas and the New Year and Barry and I look forward to seeing you hopefully at the Informal Dinner Dance in March.
Take care – keep safe.

Hi All
After speaking to David Tite at Driffield Showground he is of the opinion that we will not be able to use the site for the New Year Rally. Therefore unfortunately we are cancelling the New Year Rally.
We would like to transfer all bookings and deposits to 2021, but if anyone wants their deposit back please let us know.
Would you please pass this message on to anyone you know that was coming to the rally.
We hope 2021 is a better year for everybody.
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you all.
Christine and Denis Brennan


is desperately in need of help during these hard times
items such as old towels, blankets and dog beds.
If you have any that you can donate to them
please contact the charity themselves or Denis Brennan.


All East Yorkshire Rallies can be booked for 2021 from the 1st of December 2020.
Thank you

I would like to thank all who have been asking how Richard is since his fall at the beginning of September, which resulted in a brain injury that has affected his short term memory and his ability to walk. Since the accident, we have been living at our son’s and Richard’s walking was improving everyday. Just over two weeks ago Richard was rushed into hospital with an infection which turned out to be pneumonia. He came out last Thursday and is now having to get his strength up to get walking again. We are still at our son’s in Northampton and likely to be so for a while yet. The walking should get better each day but the memory problem could take some time.  Anyone wishing to contact Richard can do so by email. richard.benson20@yahoo.co.uk
Janice Benson

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FULL RALLIES – updated 10/09/2020
Osbaldwick on 2-4 October
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(at this moment in time 7th October) . . . click here

20-22 OSBALDWICK (due to site cancellation)
27-29 SPALDINGTON (due to site restrictions)

Version 1.5
(It’s what is required of you as a rallier and of the Masrshals – Stay Safe!)

Hello All
Apologies – another update to the guidance for Centre rallies.  (We are now on version 1.5.)
This is following on from the local restrictions implemented in some towns and cities in England by the UK Government on Friday 21 August.
Please keep an eye out for further updates.

Covid Secure Guidance for Caravan and Motorhome Centre Rallies
21 August 2020 (ver 1.5) Covering England, Wales, Scotland, NI and Republic of Ireland
This guidance is intended to advise Centres about how to enhance their procedures to ensure that they and their members are safe and well whilst on a rally, and that rallies are operated in line with Covid-Secure protocols. This means that the guidance is based on principles of minimal person-to-person contact, minimal common touch points and maintaining social distancing. This guidance will be kept under regular review. Please continue to monitor any local lockdowns and the rules implemented by the Local Authority and each nations Government guidance. Covid-Secure Guidance for Rallies (ENGLAND)
Prior to the rally
1 Carry out a full Covid risk assessment and have a copy of this available for inspection if 1 requested for it by the landowner or by a visit from the Police/Local Authority. A copy must also be provided to the Club by email at least 7 days in advance of the rally commencing.
2 Consider the reaction of the local community in your rally risk assessment. People living in remote areas with limited access to health services may object to the rally if they feel members’ behaviour is placing them at a higher risk. It is best to liaise with the owner of the rally field/premises on how to act considerately in this regard. There may also be occasions where landowners are currently unwilling to allow planned rallies to proceed, and this should be respected.
3 There are no restrictions on numbers permitted at a gathering.
4 Currently the following locations have restrictions imposed on meetings and social gatherings – North of England: Greater Manchester: City of Manchester, Trafford, oStockport, Oldham (additional measures implemented), Bury, Bolton, Tameside, Rochdale, Salford. Lancashire: Blackburn (additional measures implemented), Burnley, Hyndburn, Pendle (targeted intervention), Preston. West Yorkshire: Bradford, Calderdale, Kirklees. Leicester City (restrictions remain and shielding remains in place). Birmingham has areas of enhanced support. Northampton is listed as an area of intervention.
If you reside in any of these areas it is advisable that you check any local enforcements in place, and if you plan to rally in one of these areas, please ensure that you are aware of local restrictions (this may require contacting the Local Authority for confirmation that the rally can proceed).
Pre-arrival at a rally
1 Please ensure you and your Centre members are familiar with any new practices and procedures in advance of attending a rally.
2 The numbers attending a rally can be limited/controlled to ensure that there is sufficient physical spacing and as a reassurance to members.
3 Attendees should be reminded, and expectations set, that at the present time the rally will be for siting of leisure vehicles only. Social gatherings and meetings of groups from different households should not take place except in line with the limited numbers allowed under current government guidance . 3
Travelling to a rally
1 If possible, when travelling to the rally avoid busy transport hubs such as motorway services – toilets, food service areas and petrol pumps – to reduce the risk of contamination.
Payment for a rally
1 No cash payments should be made for a rally, and every effort should be made to offer a contactless alternative, such as online payments, which can be made in advance.
2 Payments can continue to be made by cheque in advance of the rally, but if not possible, it could be made by a cheque in a sealed envelope which is dropped into a bag or receptacle for the rally officer, with the name and amount written on the outside – to be opened after the rally has concluded (leaving for 72 hours).
3 Centres could explore the possibility of using https://sumup.co.uk (or similar) which provides a small card machine to take card payments alongside an app on a mobile phone, for a small fee. This could enable payments to be made in advance over the phone or on the site if necessary.
On arrival at a rally
1 Instructions can be given on arrival on an information board or directly in a socially distanced manner without leaving the car/leisure vehicle. Providing a phone number for arrival queries will be helpful. Distribution of paper materials or instructions is not advised.
2 No welcome drinks or gifts should be provided or distributed. No rally plaques should be distributed at the rally but can be ordered and distributed when restrictions are lifted.
3 There should be no access to a rally by member or non-member visitors or day guests. This ensures that the track and trace ability is not compromised, and limits the numbers on site.
Pitching Up
1 The Club’s minimum spacing requirement of 6m between outfits must be applied which as well as maintaining safety standards, ensures good social distancing is in place.
2 The usual practice of marking pitches out in advance can be followed, or members’ places indicated on arrival, both of which will assist the arrival process and ensure spacing requirements are met.
3 Rally Marshals are able to assist by directing those arriving at a rally and indicating how to site their outfits as long as they comply with social distancing requirements whilst doing so.
4 Every effort should be made to keep the density of a rally as low as possible and even more so for member reassurance that rallies will not be too busy.
Flag pole/Social Activities
1 It is not permitted to hold a gathering at flagpole, and a rally should not offer any social type events/gatherings which are in conflict with Government guidelines in place at the time . 4
2 No awnings/gazebos/marquees/event tents should be erected which could be used for common shelter or social activities. Personal awnings or gazebos as part of a family’s own outfit are permitted for use by small groups in line with Government guidelines.
3 Sports and games strictly in accordance with government regulations only are permitted.
4 There shall be no sharing of food or drink at the rally.
Water Taps and Service Points
1 As usual, there must be a clear separation between the drinking water tap and water supplied for cleansing chemical closets.
2 There should be sufficient space around service points and clear markers placed on the ground to allow for queuing and social distancing.
3 Avoid queuing if possible by waiting clear of the service point until it is free or come back later.
4 There should be increased regularity of sanitisation of touchpoints, including taps and emptying points and every member is responsible for cleaning service points before and after use.
5 Handwashing and social distancing reminders should be displayed.
Waste Disposal and Refuse
1 There should be an effective system for waste disposal and grey waste should be disposed of into disposal points agreed with the landowner.
2 Handwashing and social distancing reminders should be displayed.
3 Those attending the rally should take their own refuse home with them for disposal, unless the landowner has arrangements in place to ensure the proper disposal of refuse.
Hygiene Procedures
1 All members attending a rally shall be advised by signage to wash their hands for at least 20 seconds after using service points, waste disposal points or electrical hook-ups, if appropriate.
2 Consideration should be given to the provision of hand sanitiser stations across the rally field.
1 #WeAreAllInThisTogether
2 Everyone attending a rally has a responsibility to be mindful and considerate to their fellow ralliers, particularly by following any procedures, practices and Government guidelines in place.
3 The Rally Officer/Marshal is not expected to police that members attending a rally are complying with any government guidelines in place at the time e.g. visiting other outfits. Any allegations of misbehaviour on the rally field should be looked into in accordance with Centre Guidance. Ralliers should respect the comfort and safety of their fellow attendees.
Unwell on a rally?
If anyone staying on the rally begins to feel unwell (with suspected Covid symptoms), please follow the guidance below.
1 Go online to NHS 111.
2 Call the Rally Marshal/Officer on the phone number provided and let them know. They may make a record of the incident.
3 In the event of a case being suspected on a rally, if they are able to, they should leave the rally and travel home to self-isolate and be tested. Prior to leaving, access by any members of the affected outfit to common service points should only be allowed at a pre-agreed time with disinfection of the service point afterwards. All refuse waste from the outfit should be double-bagged and taken home, not disposed of on-site.
4 If a member of the rally becomes unwell and is advised to have a test, the track and trace guidance will need to be followed.
Track and Trace
1 The rally officer should retain the details of those attending the rally for 21 days after the event. This information will then be safely destroyed.
2 The privacy policy on a rally booking form should include a confirmation that the individual is happy to share their details with the NHS as part of the Track and Trace regime.
3 If a member wishes to opt out of the Track and Trace and not share their details with the NHS, they should email TestandTraceOptOut@camc.com.
Covid-Secure Guidance for Rallies (WALES)
All of the above guidance is to be followed.
1 Currently in Wales only gatherings of up to 30 people are permitted. Further guidance will be issued when available.
2 Please monitor any local lockdown restrictions.
Covid-Secure Guidance for Rallies (SCOTLAND)
All of the above guidance is to be followed.
1 An organised event, such as a motor caravan rally, will be covered by the dates for reopening of the events sector. The First Minister published an update to the Routemap on 30 July, which proposed an indicative date of 24 August for live outdoor events and 14 September for live indoor events, subject to limited numbers, strict physical distancing measures and following the relevant guidance. It is important to emphasise that these are not confirmed dates and may be changed if the epidemic deteriorates in Scotland (Fergus Ewing, MSP Cabinet Secretary for Rural Economy and Tourism)
2 Please monitor any local lockdown restrictions.
Covid-Secure Guidance for Rallies (NI)
All of the above guidance is to be followed.
1 Currently in Northern Ireland only gatherings of up to 15 people are permitted. Further guidance will be issued when available.
2 Please monitor any local lockdown restrictions.
Covid-Secure Guidance for Rallies (Republic of Ireland)
All of the above guidance is to be followed.
1 Currently in the Republic of Ireland only gatherings of up to 15 people are permitted. Further guidance will be issued when available.
2 Please monitor any local lockdown restrictions

1 in addition to the usual risk assessment referred to in Centre Guidance, the Covid risk assessment must satisfy the requirements of regulation
3 of the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999(1), whether or not the gathering organiser is subject to those Regulations.
2 email to governance@camc.com
3 relevant to each of the four nations of the UK Ver 1.5 21 August 2020
4 different regulations may apply across the nations. Ver 1.5 21 August 2020
Ver 1.5 21 August 2020 Covid Secure Guidance for Caravan and Motorhome Centre Rallies 21 August 2020 (ver 1.5) Covering England, Wales, Scotland, NI and Republic of Ireland


Hi all
Hope you are all safe and well.
I’ve had a phone call from Brian Danby who has asked that we don’t save any more cans or batteries etc for him. He has just been and there is no money in them at all, the market for them has just collapsed. So please don’t save them for Brian or John whom Brian has also talked to. Keep safe.
Cheers Dave

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When you are coming on a rally and are bringing more children or adults than you have booked on your rally slip, then please out of courtesy ring the rally marshal to let them know.
They may not have enough food if they are doing a social, kids prizes, sweets. No marshal like to say NO especially to children so please have some consideration for them. 

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