Club sites to celebrate Christmas in style
Twenty campsites across The Camping and Caravanning Club’s network are celebrating Christmas and New Year with a series of special events. At the Oswestry Club site in Shropshire, a bingo night on 28 December will be followed by a quiz night on 29 December and a game show night on the 30 December. New Year’s Eve will feature the Cranberry Moss Winter Stakes, a popular horse racing game, followed by a bring-and-share supper, raffle and the chimes of Big Ben to herald the New Year.
At the Bellingham Club Site in Northumberland, there will be an early-evening sparkling wine reception on New Year’s Eve, taking place at Wansbeck House. The site will join others in holding a mulled wine and mince pie evening on Christmas Eve.
Many campsites are holding New Year’s parties, including Blackmore Club Site in Worcestershire, where visitors are invited to bring their own drinks and nibbles and dress in fancy-dress for this year’s Witches, Warlocks and Wizards theme. Kingsbury Water Park Club Site near Birmingham will see in the New Year in style with a marquee-disco on New Year’s Eve.
Bob Hill, the Club’s Sites Director, said, “More of our sites are open over the Christmas and New Year period than ever before, driven by the demands of both members and non-members of the Club.”
In Scotland, the Loch Ness Shores Club Site is holding a traditional Scottish Ceilidh on Hogmanay. Visitors to Moffat Club Site are invited to enjoy a night of games, quizzes, raffles and entertainment at the local pub, The Buccleugh Arms, on New Year’s Eve, with entry free-of-charge for any campers staying on site.
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