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That rural pub campsite near York that 80-90 uses

Postby ghost123uk » 01 May 2013, 21:40

Hi all,

I am going to my daughters wedding in York on Saturday. I want to stay in the camper on Friday night and remembered that nice pub near York that some 80-90 members sometimes have a "mini meet" at, but I cannot remember it's name or the village it is in. I can remember it is not far from York Raceway, where they do drag racing.

Anyone ?

p.s. = Off to the Pikey meet as soon as I can get away on Saturday, early evening ;)
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Re: That rural pub campsite near York that 80-90 uses

Postby meggles » 02 May 2013, 08:29

There's the Danby Whiske meet, but it's not near the Raceway. It's about 30 miles from York. What are you looking for in a site. Very basic? You have pm.
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Re: That rural pub campsite near York that 80-90 uses

Postby ghost123uk » 02 May 2013, 08:46

meggles wrote:There's the Danby Whiske meet, but it's not near the Raceway. It's about 30 miles from York. What are you looking for in a site. Very basic? You have pm.


You have reply to p.m. :lol:

Nah it's not that one, Gill thinks it might have been the White (or Black) Horse (but she could easily be wrong). We went to 2 "meets" there, and very very good they were. We bought our Porta Potti off someone there. Ah, memories are made of such stuff :lol:

Some one will be along soon that knows, if not I will just find a rural pub and ask if I can stay in the car park ;)
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Re: That rural pub campsite near York that 80-90 uses

Postby meggles » 02 May 2013, 09:13

Black Horse, Seaton Ross!!!
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Re: That rural pub campsite near York that 80-90 uses

Postby meggles » 02 May 2013, 09:18

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Re: That rural pub campsite near York that 80-90 uses

Postby ghost123uk » 02 May 2013, 10:15

That's the one :ok

Cheers Keith :)
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Re: That rural pub campsite near York that 80-90 uses

Postby meggles » 02 May 2013, 11:26

ghost123uk wrote:That's the one :ok

Cheers Keith :)


And I found that without the aid of a satnav :lol:
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