If you swap out the word 'vans' for 'cars', would the question even be asked?
If it's just one night , I don't see how it could be against any law , it's a car park doesn't say not overnight , as long as there is no disturbance or obvious camping , can't see any problem.
I would like to know the answer so that I would know if the pub should have insurance to allow 29 vans for the weekend. I know that the organiser doesn't.Is there any update on this or some indication of why the question was asked, are you one of the parked up or nearby home owner or what
The problem Bill is if I have been asked to organise a rally at a pub somewhere on behalf of a FB group then I would want to know that its legal. Which its not. Another reason why I asked.If thay have fun a good time what's the problem
Having fun is not a exlucive right of motorhome fun
Try readingAm I missing something here.
You let a good few MoHo owners you will be at a certain Pub carpark on a certain day.
The Landlord is happy for you to park in his carpark that you are entitled to do as you will be a patron of the Pub.
Is this any different to say a car club having a meet at a Pub?
I cant see what the issue is.
Camping exemption can only be issued to a fully constatuted club from what I see that means a club with a fully democraricly elected committee a quram or sumthing like that it must also hold a AGM anuly of it member's?The problem Bill is if I have been asked to organise a rally at a pub somewhere on behalf of a FB group then I would want to know that its legal. Which its not. Another reason why I asked.