Re: back on road?

Carol Weaver

And for once their app shows it too

DA’s won’t be happy as they get their funds from us

But I can book a club site in July I just tried. 

But does anyone know if CMC are doing the same as we are no longer members but would think of rejoining for a year if they have CS open


On Tue, 26 May 2020 at 11:40, David Scholes <scholesd@...> wrote:
Just got information from CCC that all meets with a start date in July are cancelled.


On 20 May 2020, at 19:53, Peter S <peter@...> wrote:

Lots of places in Scotland don't want strangers - you might not be welcome at the moment. Good luck when you come to go.

Peter S

On 20/05/2020 19:06:02, timsinc Sinclair <timsinc@...> wrote:

Where will I go (would have done)? North! To escape this south-east
heatwave (32C in an today) as well as see many family members in
Scotland (where central heating still on).


On 20/05/2020, Carol Weaver wrote:
> Great news wonder if THS will open. They don’t have facilities only water
> and waste dump
> Going so
> Where will you go Tim?
> C
> On Wed, 20 May 2020 at 17:56, timsinc Sinclair wrote:
>> Interesting emaI from my insurer, Comfort:
>> Tim
>> The National Caravan Council (NCC), the industry body that represents
>> the leisure vehicle industry in the UK is lobbying the government to
>> reopen UK caravan parks as soon as it is safe to do so (private owners
>> and then holidaymakers but without any access to facilities until is
>> it safe) in line with proposals in England no later than 4 July.
>> The leisure industry contributes 10% of GDP across Europe. The UK
>> caravan industry comprises of 3,877 caravan parks and employs in
>> excess of 171,000 people. There are over 250,000 privately owned
>> holiday caravans on parks. These parks welcome over 520,000 touring
>> caravan and 228,000 motorhome owners.
>> The NCC enjoyed lobbying success earlier this year by getting the
>> government to reverse the new motorhome Vehicle Excise Duty (VED).
>> By opening up UK leisure vehicle parks, not only will it provide a
>> much needed economic boost to the UK economy, but will it provide a
>> much needed opportunity for leisure vehicle owners to escape to a safe
>> open space, where they can continue to socially distance themselves
>> and get back to enjoying the great outdoors.
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