SSVC Annual rally & AGM info

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Nige
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SSVC Annual rally & AGM info

Post by Nige » Thu Apr 12, 2018 6:27 pm

Come along and enjoy a great weekend for all the family.
4th - 7th May
Victoria Farm, Highcross Rd, Claybrook Magna,
Lutterworth, Leicestershire, LE17 5AU
Victoria Farm is only 10 minutes from the M1 & M69 and a short drive
to Stanford Hall. There are on site toilets and showers and food will
be available in the farmhouse marquee from Friday evening to Monday, please see the menu.

Not a member then go to the membership joining page or if you prefer you can join on the day as the membership team will be on site all weekend.

Friday 4th MAY
Gates open from 12 noon until 10pm. The marquee and bar will be open in the evening along with a DJ playing a good mix of music.

Saturday 5th
Gates open from 9.30am until 10pm.
Swapmeet
If you have any VW parts, accessories or furniture you want to sell or
swap then please feel free to set up next to your pitch, if the weather is poor then there will be an area reserved inside the marquee, from 10.00am
to 2.00pm.

Seedlings Activities
Children’s activities, full details will be listed in the marquee, from 10.00am Saturday.
Bouncy Castle, Crafts, Splity Scalextric racing are just a few of the planned activities.

Coventry Transport Museum Convoy
For those interested in a short trip out we have organised a convoy to the Transport museum, it’s about a 30-minute drive and we should be there for a maximum of two hours, for those interested in going we will be back in plenty of time to vote and attend the AGM, full details will be in the program.

RESTORATION OF THE YEAR
If you have restored or had your van restored within the last 12 months then you are
eligible to enter for restoration of the year.
This does not have to be a complete restoration and it may be just
your interior, chassis or body work that needed improving; As long as
the whole van is to a good standard then why not enter it, you never
know you may come away with first prize.
Nominations for restoration of the year must be submitted by 2.00pm on
the Saturday. Please notify a member of the committee on the gate.

Tug-of-War
We hope to have a tug of war, teams must be of equal size and this will take place during the afternoon with the times listed in the program.

AGM
This will take place on Saturday at 5pm in our marquee and will be
followed by the awards for van of the year, restoration of the year,
best paint etc.
Voting forms will be included in the welcome pack and should be
returned to the main gate by 3pm on Saturday.
Please note awards will only go to paid up members not guest vehicles.

Live Music
On Saturday night we have a live band called Side Prodject, please come along and enjoy a good evening.

Sunday 6th May
Cruise to Stanford Hall
Eddy’s kitchen opens early for breakfast before the cruise to Stanford
Hall.

Quiz
Dave the quiz master has organised another brain teaser in the marquee in the evening.
Please be ready in your teams for 7.30pm and don’t forget to bring a pen, teams can be of any age group, the more varied the more chance of winning.

Charity Auction
Sunday night in the marquee at 9.00pm. Eddy the whisperer is to MC again, back by popular
demand.
Please contact Eddy or Nigel if you have any items you would like to auction. We are looking for items that will help raise money for this year’s chosen charity Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital. Quality items would be greatly appreciated!

VF Bar
Victoria Farm will be running a bar in the marquee and this year will see a selection of real ales, the prices as usual will be very reasonable; Eddy & Jackie put a lot of work into
making sure everything runs smoothly during the weekend, so please
support the bar.

CAMPING
The camping weekend is for current paid up members, so please make
sure you have your membership card with you and that it is up to date,
if not then please renew in plenty of time.
Victoria Farm will be open for camping from 12.00 noon till 10pm on the
Friday and 9.30am till 10pm on Saturday. The cost of
camping is £15 per unit per night. A unit comprises of a van and two
adults and children are free. Extra adults are charged at £6 per
person per night. There is limited space for members to bring guests
but a maximum of two guest vehicles per membership number; these are charged at
£20 per night for two adults and must arrive with the member’s
vehicle.
There are a few hook ups left, please contact Eddy to check availability and to book.
Dogs are allowed on site but must be kept on a lead and exercised off
site. Please clean up after them.
Passes for Stanford Hall will be issued at the gate when paying for
your camping.
Entry for adults and over 14’s £10 children under 14 years free, please note passes will only be
issued to Splits taking part in the convoy, any other vehicle trying
to enter with the convoy will be refused entry by Stanford Hall and
this will disrupt the convoy, so if you don’t have a pass please use
the front entrance and pay at the gate, the prices are exactly the same.

Directions to Victoria Farm, LE17 5AU
Approaching from M69 Victoria Farm is approximately one mile east of
the Hinckley junction. Take the A5 towards Lutterworth for about one
mile. When dual carriageway starts there is a short hill, turn left
near the top onto the B577 for Claybrook. Victoria Farm is about 50
metres along this road on the left.
(Look for the club banner or flag!
Approaching from the M1 junction 20 take the A4303 signed Hinckley
till you come to the A5, and follow signs towards Hinckley; the High
Cross/Claybrook crossroads is about three miles from Lutterworth. Turn
right off the dual carriageway towards Claybrook B577 and Victoria
Farm is 50 metres on the left.

Stanford Hall
6th May
www.stanfordhallvw.co.uk
The club will have a marquee with Merchandise, Membership
and Van register and this will be in the usual place on the main drag adjacent to the entrance to the hall.
The club convoy will line up against the river and is a really impressive display, well worth getting up early to convoy to the show.
Dogs are allowed on the showground but must be on a lead at all times.
Admission is £10 for adults and children over 14, under 14’s are free.

A program listing all the activities and times will be in your welcome pack when you check in, please make sure your familiar with all that we have planned for you.
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Re: SSVC Annual rally & AGM info

Post by Amanda Hugginkiss » Sat Apr 28, 2018 12:28 pm

Hi all,
Seedlings (children's) activities will include decorating splitty ceramic money boxes, cake and biscuit icing, jewellery and keyring making, drawing us new birthday card designs, scalextric, playchute, hula-hoops, two bouncy castles, kids tug of war (after the adults have had their turn) and even more...!
It's all provided by the club for free and they get to keep their creations so please come along and join in on Saturday.
If the weather isn't quite so good then rest assured most of the activities will be in the barn in the dry and warm. Bring a cup of tea or coffee in and 'watch' your kids (or join in) for a great excuse to escape the elements. If its nice then we'll have the doors open and make the most of the sunshine! We're looking forward to seeing you there!

This is another great benefit of being a member of the SSVC...add your children to your membership and they'll also get a card on their birthday and a mention on the Seedings magazine page too.

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