Themes for 2016 - Midsummer Meet "A Day at the Beach", National Feast of Lanterns "World of Movies" & LCDA Small Feast of Lanterns "Out of this World"
  • Worm Charming at Ingfield
  • Midsummer Meet
  • Edisford Bridge Clitheroe
  • Fun Bowls Weekend Cotton Arms
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Not long now until our "Legendary" Midsummer Meet at Astle Park, Chelford.

The theme for the weekend is "A Day on the Beach" so dig out your bathers and flippers and get them packed early. Lets hope someone has booked the sunshine!!!

We have all your favourite events plus a couple of new ideas, aswell as an amazing LIVE act on Saturday night "Outer Limits" who wow'd us last August at Sycamore Farm.

No matter whether it's rain or shine this annual meet is full of fun for the whole family. Have a look at our programme for the weekend!

22/05/2016: Friday night at Midsummer we are having an "Open Mike" session before the Race Night. Please send me your music/karaoke requests by 30 May 2016 so I can get organised. Email me here or use the contact form.

07/05/2016: Check out our new Fixture List page accessed from the drop down menu when you hover over 2016 Meets.
Ive also added a downloadable Fixture List and Midsummer Meet programme. Happy camping :)

You are invited to ....
Annual Worm Charming @ Ingbirchworth 27th May - 30th May 2016
This will be our 4th Annual Worm Charming Event and it really does pull in the punters.

Come and have some fun and use your skills to charm the worms from the ground. Competitors compete for a trophy which is awarded to the person charming the most worms from their plot in thirty minutes. The title is held for one year. There are more trophies to win in fun categories.

The most successful method used so far is that of hand vibrating a four prong garden fork inserted approximately 15cms into the turf, now known as 'twanging'.

Buy your plot in aid of youth funds and have the most fun you’ve had in a while!!

If you don’t fancy your chances at worm charming there are a number of off road walks in the area including the nearby walk around the reservoir.

A general store and pub/restaurant are situated in the village across the reservoir dam. There is also the popular farm and ice cream outlet a short drive away towards Huddersfield and a supermarket and other facilities in nearby Penistone. There is also the Fountain Pub for meals which is only a 15 minute walk away.

Social evening Saturday night with a sausage sizzle and a few quizzes



Hope to see you there.....Katy & Mark x


About Us

As the oldest D.A. in the North West and one of the oldest D.A.’s in the club (est 1914), we have a long history of fun and friendly weekends.

We meet most weekends from February to November. During the winter months we also get together for socials.

As our name suggests we have meets all over the Lancashire and Cheshire counties and sometimes we will sneak over the borders into the surrounding counties such as Derbyshire and Yorkshire.

We will give a warm welcome to all members of the Camping and Caravanning Club at our meets, holiday sites and activities, no matter what DA or Section is printed on your membership card. If you are not yet a member of the Club, and you wish to know more please visit the Club"s Website.

If you want more information about Lancs and Ches D.A. and our meets, please feel free to contact our PRO(s) - Angie and Nigel Cullen

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Please note that all activities mentioned on this website are limited to members of the Camping and Caravanning Club. For further details about the club and how to join, visit the link above.

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