Welcome to the website of the
Northumberland Centre of the Caravan And Motorhome Club
We are now taking booking for our 60th Anniversary Celebration Rally!
To book a place download the booking form and send with your rally fee to the address detailed on the form.
Marshals Required: 2019 Rally Programme
We are now looking for Marshals for the 2019 Rally Programme.
Don't worry if you have never Marshalled before as the committee will give you all the help and support you need.
The 2019 Rallies that need still Marshals are as follows:
- 21 - 23 June 2019 Snitter Farm Thropton
- 11 - 13 October 2019 High Hermitage Caravan Park
If you are interested in Marshalling any of these please contact Carl Pearson (or any committee member) who will be able to provide you with more details.
New Name For The Caravan Club
On the 21st February 2017 The Caravan Club changed its name to The Caravan And Motorhome Club.
NOTE: When paying for rallies or events by cheque please continue to make cheques payable to: “Caravan Club Northumberland Centre”
Use Of Images
The images of people who appear in any photography/videography taken and used by the Centre, which show the clearly identifiable images of people, cannot be used without the permission of those people. For those under 18 in England, Wales and Ireland and under 16 in Scotland, permission must be given by a parent/guardian.
Awareness Statement for all
‘Photography/videography may be taken at our Centre’s events and rallies. The Centre and Club may use any photograph(s) and/or video(s) they take that includes you, your party and/or outfit in all and any media, including printed and electronic publications, e.g. websites, or promotional materials, in the advertising of its goods or services. The photograph(s) and/or video(s) may be stored for these purposes as well. If you do not want to appear in any shots, please advise the organiser if it relates to a specific event, or the Centre Secretary if for all events. They will do their best to accommodate this and ensure you are able to avoid the area being photographed/filmed.’