what is best club to join

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  1. stephen harwood

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    Our daughter is going to subscribe for a year a club for cl sites etc for one of our crimbo presents which would be the best regards steve , ps we 2 small dogs our mh is bessy e745
     
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    If I were to choose one I would say C&CC. With both the big clubs you have access to rallies and THSs but C&CC don't, in the main, have to be booked so much easier to use.
     
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    I'm thinking CC; (parents used to belong to C&CC when they tugged, and some of the rules were..........:whistle2::whistle2:)
     
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    We're in the C&CC, hardly ever use their sites but like their temporary holiday sites/DA meets.
     
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    We would recommend the C+CC. Very well organised.
     
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    We're in both and have been for many years....
    As has been discussed a few times before, it really depends on what you intend using it for.
    If it is cs's and ths then I'd say c&cc as the ths are really good value:xThumb: There was an rac breakdown offer where you got c&cc membership free for a year, not sure if it's still onx:-)
     
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    I am in both the major clubs ,as far as I am concerned excellent value.
     
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    Both are good value we are in CC as they always have excellent toilet and shower blocks and you only need to stay five nights to get your money back however we don't use them a great deal as we looked wilding and traveling in France and Spain they're good for a recharge and shower:xThumb:
     
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    We are also in both but if I had to choose one over another it would be the C.C as there CLs and site's tend to be far better
     
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    Is that the caravan club regards
     
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    Yes:xThumb:
     
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    We are in both, CC for cl's & sites, C&CC for ferry costs (cheapest way of getting off the Island)
    both have good 5 vans sites ( again cheaper than main sites) bit expensive to be in both but for us it gives us the best of both worlds loads of choice on where to stay & cheap to get off the island more often.
    Terry & Ann
     
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    Well probably go with cc I think regards
     
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    C & CC used the THS's all over cornwall this summer as well as CL , also go to a lot of the C&CC Motor Caravan Section's meetings ,
    Been with CC not impressed and not made welcome in a MH at all ,
     
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    Thats interesting
     
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    We have only been with CC for the last 7 years or so and never ever had any bad experience because we have a MH . We did use a couple of C & CC sites when touring Scotland this autumn and the toilet block facilities were not as good as the CC ones . We have used many CC CL s over the years and found them to be good value ....also they have many Adults Only ones .
     
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    Thanks
     
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    Golf club ! :xThumb:
     
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    Hi Steve,
    We have been in both CC and C&CC for over 25 yrs. first with caravans and more lately with the MH.
    If your daughter is still working and/or have children at school I would suggest the C&CC. Each area run weekend 'meets' for which you do not normally need to book in advance. The CC areas also run 'rallies' but you do need to book, usually pay for, these a good while before the date. With our changeable weather you can decide to go to a 'meet' at the last minute.
    The facilities on the club sites vary in both clubs as some of them are in need of refurbishment but both clubs have on-going upgrading programs.
    For longer stays the 5van sites in both clubs are good value but facilities do vary greatly.
    Brian
     
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    I would say the CC is the better of the 2 big clubs:xThumb:
    Brian & Jo:xsmile:
     
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