Do you know of any location where the club could hold a rally? It could be a Football/Rugby Club, Cricket Club, Commercial Site or anywhere that has water and Elsan disposal point, flatish land?

The club is always searching for new locations in which to hold rallies, if you know of such a site please let us know. More importantly if you know the area well and would like to host a rally in that location please contact the Rally Coordinator or any Board member for further information.

 

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