Centre Information

About CCNC

The Northumberland Centre was formed in 1959 and is part of the Caravan And Motorhome Club which has over 70 Centres throughout the UK which is also divided into 10 regions. If you are a Caravan And Motorhome Club member you can join us absolutely free simply by contacting the Caravan And Motorhome Club membership department and asking to be registered with the Northumberland Centre. Registration lasts for one year and must be renewed annually by returning the card sent with your membership.


This is where you and your fellow Ralliers gather to hear the results of any competitions, quizzes etc, welcome visitors and new ralliers, announce future events and rallies all with a cup of tea or coffee and biscuits. Most importantly at this time the senior officer in attendance will thank the volunteer rally marshals for all their hard work organising the rally.

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Our Centre is run by a committee which organises rallies throughout the year and is elected annually at the AGM.

Whilst we endeavour to ensure that the information on this website is correct, we do not warrant its completeness or accuracy; nor do we commit to ensuring that the website remains available or that the material on the website is kept up-to-date.

What is a Rally?

First of all lets forget the myth. A rally is not a bunch of cars with caravan attached racing through forests or speeding around a race track. A rally is a gathering of Caravan And Motorhome Club members promoting friendship with like minded people and pursuing common pleasures, pastimes and sports in a light hearted manner and having fun along the way. Each rally is different some may hold a social or event on the rally field or at a nearby hall while others may simply be a quiet weekend by the sea or in the country. Most rallies start on a Friday afternoon and finish on a Sunday afternoon but some are extended for extra days. We also organise holiday rallies at various locations within the UK and sometimes overseas. Rallies are usually informal gatherings and may be held in farmers fields or on private land. Whilst all provide fresh water they normally will not have toilet facilities or electric hook up. For this reason your own sanitation facilities are required and chemical disposal points are always provided. A good fully charged leisure battery is normally more than enough for power requirements on a weekend rally. Typical rally costs start from a few pounds per night to those slightly more expensive events offering sports and entertainment.

Our aims are simply to enjoy ourselves, meet friends old and new and relax making the most of the investment we have made in our caravans.