Poole Charity Meet 2010

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  1. woodyold

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    Hiya

    The links on your posting are not working xxxxx
     
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    I just looked at the links and they worked for me :thumb:

    Ash..
     
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    Thanks for that ive edited it , its ok now . Ron.
     
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    How do you book for this rally?
     
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    just tell me your going ill be making a list , keep looking on here or motorhome today for updates etc , thanks ron.:thumb:
     
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    Hi Ron.

    Thanks for your pm we would like to attend the Holton Lee rally, can you put us on the list please.

    We live in whitecliff not far from you.

    Thanks. Mike and Andrea.
     
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    Thanks bigmap your on the list .

    For people who havent been to Holton Lee :

    Travel Directions to Holton Lee..... .......Satnav = BH16 6JN
    From London take the M3 then onto the M27 which becomes the A31 by-pass

    (Ringwood). Then take the A350 South to the A35. Turn right onto the A35
    and follow signs for Dorchester. At the Baker's Arms roundabout turn left
    onto the A351 signed Wareham for about 1/4 mile , Turn left just after the Romany
    Trading Estate into Holton Lee's private road. [About 1 mile long ]

    From Poole take the A35 towards Dorchester and turn left at the Baker's
    Arms roundabout onto the A351 signed Wareham for 1/4 mile. Turn left just
    after the Romany Trading Estate into Holton Lee's private road. [About 1
    mile long ]


    From Dorchester take the A35 towards Poole and turn right at the Baker's
    Arms roundabout onto the A351 signed Wareham for 1/4mile. Turn left just
    after the Romany Trading Estate into Holton Lee's private road [About 1
    mile long ]


    Start 12.00 noon fri. Fin 12.00 pm sunday £12 for weeekend .
    a do what you like weekend , birdwatching , walking ,sightseeing whatever floats your boat .

    every penny goes to the holton lee charity


    evening get together in the pavillion for nibbles [ american supper ] :beer:
    For any newbies its a proper campsite , good well drained ground , some hard standing if needed , toilets and showers , and water tap , elsan at back of toilet block , and plenty of room to park the van , nice woodland walks with views over poole harbour , 4 miles from poole town centre , youll be able to go into poole and park at baiter park slipway, sandbanks etc. we need as many units as possible to make it worth while for the Holton Lee charity. And a bit of good weather. Hope to see many of you there . Ron........
     
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    Hi Ron

    I now its a long way for us and for a weekend BUT we enjoyed it so much last year we would like to go again.

    Not sure what time we would arrive (late) but we know where it is.

    Its a brilliant place (didnt see the white deer though) peaceful and well worth a visit. Lets hope the sun is out again.


    Sonja
     
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    Hya sonja , be nice to see you again , dont worry about getting down late ill be around , lets hope you see the white deer this time , il tell em your coming ok ?:Rofl1:
     
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    Hi, looks lovely and not far from us, but the big question, are dogs welcome ?
     
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    Looks like Ron isn't about at the moment (probably having his afternoon nap). Dogs are allowed on the camping field, but there is some restriction in the nearby woods.
     
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    Hi Euromobil

    I can confirm Dogs are allowed our Yorkie enjoyed last year there.

    There are a few place where the dog cant go I think its where the bird Hides are. Plenty of places to take the dog as well.

    Sonja
     
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    Thanks folks for answering the question on dogs , as has been said yes ok for dogs on camping field and surrounding fields and of course a lead is needed where wildlife roam etc , but theres loads of walks through forestry etc without having to worry too much .:thumb:

    so euromobil can i put you on the list ?
     
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    Hi Woody, yes please, me, my best beloved(SWMBO) and Albert the Yorkie
     
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    will look forward to seeing you both , not forgetting albert .:thumb:
     
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    Well its 4 weeks to go yet ,plenty of time , and ive got 9 vans so far , come on people lets make it a record this year , a free and easy weekend , plenty of walking or plenty of places to see and visit on the door step , meet other motorhomers , get together at night in the warm bring some nibbles and a drink etc. , all it costs is £12 for the weekend .:thumb:
     
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    Hi Ron,
    We fancy coming to this, but we aren't sure how we're fixed yet.

    Put us down for a maybe, if there is such a thing. :BigGrin:


    John
     
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    your penciled in , hope you can come . thanks ron,
     
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    PM, sent Ron.. :thumb:
     
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