East Riding BCC
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Welcome to the first newsletter of 2018.
Valentines meet in February was the first of our meets which was held at Newport Village hall, we had a good turnout and a good number of members attending
The next 4 meets were all disrupted with the unexpected weather conditions
The AGM meet at Drax had to be cancelled due to the weather. But the AGM still went ahead and was attended by old and new members
Burn gliding club was the 1st new meet of the season,
the weather conditions were not good with temperatures
below freezing and snow falling, but the campers manged
to celebrate St Patricks day with Irish stew and a flutter on
The Easter THS at Cracken House Farm the second of our new sites was abandoned due to the weather, units were having to be towed off the field by the very kind farmer
The 5 day meet at Aldbrough was well attended despite the weather, the community hall came in very handy as all the activities could take place in doors. Easter bonnet competition, welly throwing competition, quizzes, bingo and play your cards right.
Our next meet was Pocklington but again this fell to the weather and had to be cancelled due to a water logged field.
We now have reached May and the weather started to take a turn for the better, the THS at Flamborough manged to run over the two bank holidays in May with lovely sunny weather, and the meet was full for most of the time
Malton and Norton RUFC was our next new site of 2018, this was a 5 day meet and within walking distance of the town of Malton which held a farmers market on the Saturday.
I hope you are looking forward to the next newsletter and we hope to see you out and about.