Thursday, 08 January 2009 14:21
All DA meets are organised in accordance with the Code of Conduct for the Organisation of Meets which is printed in full in the Club Handbook, please familiarise yourself and comply with it's requirements
It is particularly important to not the following:-
- Chemical toilets must only be emptied on site where a suitable disposal point is available. Toilets must not be cleaned out at drinking water points.
- Please do not allow your children to play ball games close to camping units as damage is easily caused and expensive to repair.
- Proof of club membership is to be shown by participating members when properly demanded by the Steward or other duly authorised Office of the DA
- If in any doubt about a meet please contact the site secretary before setting out.
- If you are the first member on site, please confirm with the landowner which field to use and act as Steward until the official Steward arrives.
- The Steward is a volunteer. Help the Steward to help you by observing the rules.
- Noise should be kept to a minimum and there should be no noise whatsoever between 11:00 pm and 7:00am,
- Camp around the edge of the field wherever possible. If in doubt see Steward before pitching.
- The minimum wall to wall distance between units should be 20 feet (6 metres)
- All rubbish should be taken home or placed in receptacles where provided. Under no circumstances should the rubbish be buried.
- All animals are to be kept under control and on a lead no longer than six foot. They must not be allowed to run loose on the field. Animals must be exercised well away from camping areas. In the event of any mishap you will be expected to clean up after your animals.
- The speed limit on site is 5 miles per hour at all times.
All members of the Camping and Caravanning Club are invited to join Lancashire and Cheshire DA at any event or weekend meet where they can be assured of a friendly welcome.
The Committee of Lancashire and Cheshire DA would like to place on record our appreciation of all the site owners for allowing the DA to use their land without which our programme of meets would not have been possible.