Thursday 9 April to Tuesday 14 April 2020
Easter in the Yorkshire Pennines – join us for fresh air and stunning views!
We’ll be staying at Marsden Cricket Club, a brilliant location for exploring the area – it’s less than a mile from the town centre with a bus terminus only 100m away. If you feel like discovering a new city, there are connections by bus and train to Huddersfield and Leeds to the east and Oldham (connection to Manchester tram network) to the west. Want to stay closer to home? There’s a nine-hole golf club nearby which is open to the public for breakfast, snacks and meals.
This is an area of exquisite natural beauty, with splendid views overlooking the local reservoir and surrounding hills and some great walking opportunities. There’s also the Huddersfield Narrow Canal with the famous Standedge Tunnel, the longest and highest in Britain. The nearby town of Marsden is well worth a visit, too, with its theatre, shops, cafés, restaurants and pubs. You can find out where to go and what to do at the local visitor centre – they’ll help you out with some excellent canal walks or organise a boat trip into the tunnel if you fancy it.
Rally Fee (per unit one off) £5.00
Site Fee (per unit per night) £7.50
No electric hook-ups. Own sanitation is essential. The drinking water tap and Elsan point are by the clubhouse. Dogs are welcome but must be kept under strict control and on a lead at all times, especially as this will be lambing season.
Marsden cricket club, Mount Road, Huddersfield, HD7 6NN