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Annual General Meeting 2019

Published: 06/10/2019
Author: administrator

This years AGM meeting took place on Saturday 5th October 2019 at Kerseley Rugby Club.

You newley elected committee would like to thank all those members that attended the meeting to support your club.

Your new committe:

Chairman: Mr Phil Matts,  Vice Chairman: Mr Aaron Lacey, Secretary: Mr Steve Johnson, Treasurer: Mrs Dawn Johnson,

Rally Booking Officer: Mrs Jessica Matts, Committee Member: Mrs Emma Lacey, Committee Member: Mrs Andrea Riley,

Committee Member: Mr Craig Riley, 

We look forward to seeing you out on the rally field.



Spring Newsletter

Published: 08/05/2019
Author: administrator









to your spring newsletter for 2019.

We hope everybody has had a wonderful begining to 2019 and is now ready for a year full of fun rallies across our busy programme.






Happy birthday to the club


45th anniversary this year




If you are attending a rally with one of our sister clubs and would like to inspect it on C.M.E.C.C.C’s behalf, please contact a member of your committee.





gas bottles


just a polite reminder any gas bottles used for Bbq’s etc must be stored away safely in your front locker when not in use, as per bl rules





Chairmans Pitch     


            Hello all

As we had no feedback on the newsletter at enrollment night, the committee have decided to still run with it for now and hope we get some feedback from all you regarding this version.


We have co-opted Aaron Lacey on board and we would like to welcome him to the committee, if anyone else would like to join the us please make myself or Steve aware as we shall be looking to get more people involved for next years programme.

I wish you all a safe and happy caravanning year.

Scott Amos






Entertainment Team

Scott and Holly would like to thank everyone that attended the skittles night, we felt this was a much better venue and will look to hold skittle nights in the future there again.

On November 9th we are holding a ‘Noggin & Natter’ evening. This shall be at Barnacle Village hall again with the same idea of bring your own drink, we shall be providing hot hearty food and shall get prices confirmed ASAP. This shall be limited to 60 people so be sure to get booked in as soon as we open the books so you do not miss out.



   Eastnor Castle                                        Muswell Leys                                       Quorn & Woodhouse                     Harlyn Sands

   3rd – 6th May BH                                   17th – 19th May                                            24th – 27th May BH                      7th June – 7th July


       Drayton Manor                         

                                                            Holt Farm                                                             Grenadier Lodge                            Monks Barn Farm

          4th – 16th June                              21st- 23rd June                                            28th – 30th June                                   5th – 7th July



Please can we ensure any rally slips are filled out as per the

example, when we are preparing the rally sheets for the

marshals it can sometimes be extremely hard when we only

have minimal information.        

Thank you

Jess Matts                                                                                                               

Secretarys Pitch.                                        


Hi De Hi Campers,


Well its time to brush off those winter cobwebs, clean our caravans, hope for a sun filled summer and join us on the rally field.

There is a varied rally programme, trying to keep the venues within easy reach and cost effective, bearing in mind members working patterns and rising costs of fuel, that we hope caters for all on our 45th year of caravanning.

There are currently vacancies on all rallies, from May Day bank holiday at Eastnor Castle with fantastic views, plenty of walks and a well worth visit to the castle, having a chilli festival over the weekend, Spring Bank holiday on the Great Central steam railway at Quorn, to holiday rallies at Harlyn Sands Cornwall and Abererch Sands near Pwllheli, North Wales, Stowford Farm Meadows near Ilfracombe along with weekend rallies, too many to mention, as listed in your rally book, where your committee look forward to seeing you

Some of the rallies still require marshals, so if you’re interested in running a rally please get in touch with any committee member.

The clubs fishing rally is to be held at Bramcote Mains, Bulkington, and a change of venue for our Pre-Christmas Rally is now at Warwick Marching Band, Warwick on the 6th -8th December.

As you are probably aware, there has been changes in your committee and we are pleased to announce that Aaron Lacey has been co-opted onto the committee who takes the role as Equipment Officer. We are motivated and working as a team to try and bring you a varied rally and entertainment program for your enjoyment.

As you can appreciate a lot of time and hard work goes into organising these events so please come and support the rallies and the Marshals.

For up to date information, please either follow us on Face book or on our website

Looking forward to seeing you on the rally field.


Acting Secretary


Thankyou all for taking the time to read our Spring 2019 newsletter.


We wish you all a safe and happy year of caravaning for the remainder of 2019


Your Committee.



Ben Cramp

Published: 22/04/2019
Author: Administrator

It is with great regret I have to inform members of the passing away of Ben Cramp, former member and Committee member.

Our thoughts and condolences are with Lynn and family

Contact update

Published: 19/01/2019
Author: Administrator

Rover Cardiff CCC.



Please be notified that the rally secretary has moved.


Pleasesend rally slips for all Rover Cardiff CCC rallies to:

Peter Renwick, 


Port Road, 


Vale of Glamorgan, 



Thank you


Membership Renewal

Published: 18/01/2019
Author: Administrator

Just a reminder to those that have not renewed their membership for 2019 to date

Membership is £12.00 + £2.00 p&p

Available from Steve Johnson

Tel: 07786523012

Fishing Rules

Published: 14/04/2015
Author: Administrator


> Pegs to be drawn at 9.00am at a place decided by the marshal.
> Competition to be fished from 10.00am to 3.00pm.
> The competition will be started and finished by a whistle.
> The surface of the water can be broken only to gauge swim depth before the whistle. No prebaiting of the swim.
> Anyone playing a fish at the finishing whistle will be allowed 15 minutes to land it. After that time it cannot be weighed.
> Fish larger than 4lb to be weighed by the marshal and returned immediately.
> At the weigh-in, only live fish to be weighed.
> The individual matches will be decided by the heaviest total weight of fish caught.
> The adult competitors will be awarded points based on where they finished in the competition: Winner = 1point, 2nd = 2points, 3rd = 3 points etc.
> An individual that misses a match will be awarded 10 points for that match. > The adult shield winners will be decided by the lowest aggregate points scored over the three matches.
> CME members only are eligible to win the adult shields.
> Junior anglers must be under 17 on 1st January of that year.
> A junior wishing to fish an individual peg must be over 12 on 1st January.
> Children under 12 years must be supervised by an adult throughout the match.
> Current rod licences to be shown to marshal at the peg draw.
> Trophies for the following categories at each match: * Male winner * Female winner * Junior winner * Biggest fish
> Any local bait or method restrictions will be posted on the CME website and the CME Facebook page two weeks prior to each match.