Friday July 7, 2017 at 10:16am
July and August will be a busy period for the Waltham Chase MCC as they plan to four events in the coming weeks. For more information about each event please see below. Round 5 –The Doreen Earle Summer Series
This Trial is being held at Hut Hill on Saturday 15th July.
Practice from 1.00pm, with a Trial start time of 2.00 pm.
Please bring along any articles of trials clothing or boots you have for sale.
Reminder – No catering at this event. Netley Marsh Display Team
The Netley Marsh weekend is being held from Friday 21st July through to Sunday 23rd July.
We still have a few spare passes and camping permits available for the weekend.
If you would like to take part in the display on any of the days please let me know ASAP.
Youth and adult riders of any skill level are all welcome. The Alan Sansom Charity Shield
We have had to do a little juggling with dates and venue to get this Trial in the calendar due to the Ken Hall not taking place this year at Langrish….but we have.
This “Charity Open” event will now take place at Hut Hill on Sunday the 30th July. Start Time 10.30.
Profits from this Trial are donated to the nominated Brain Tumour Charity.
Catering van is confirmed, and as always offers to Observe are appreciated.
Easy and Hard Trial – With Picnic and Camping
Another date for your diary. On Saturday, the 19th August we are holding an additional Trial at Cadnam, at the same venue as the “Camping Weekend”. The trial will start at 1.00 and will end by 5.00. There will be some very easy sections for those wishing to have a gentle afternoons sport, and some a little more challenging for our serious riders.
Riders are invited to camp on the Friday or Saturday nights for a fee of £5.00 per person per night. There are toilets and wash basins but no showers.
On the Saturday afternoon, its “Bring your own picnic time”, and if there are enough campers a bonfire in the evening.
There are no organised activities, not that there ever are, just do your own thing.
There are some pubs not too far away where you can get fed and watered.
You can fish around the Lake or just go for a stroll.
Please confirm if you are Camping.
Not a bad way to spend a weekend in August?
Do leave yourself plenty of time for the journey – may be busy on the roads?