Thursday 20 September to Tuesday 25 September 2018
- Challenge friends at the bowling competition
- 14 National Trust Properties just 25 miles from site
- Popular local pub serving a variety of home cooked food and ales
Come and join us at the Cotton Arms in the beautiful village of Wrenbury.
The Cotton Arms is the oldest pub in Wrenbury, dating back to the 16th Century. It is well known for having a good variety of real ales and homemade traditional food at reasonable prices. There will also be access to the bowling green at the rear of the pub for a game of bowls, which can be borrowed from the pub if you don't have your own, all they ask for is a voluntary donation of £1 to charity. The private pavilion with it's own bar, at the rear of the pub may be available for dining and social use in the evenings.
In the local area, Nantwich and Whitchurch are the two closest towns and the pub is conveniently on a bus route. The beautiful Llangollen canal is also close by, only 100 yards away, giving good access to level walks and cycle rides. If you're looking for a day out, then you could visit the secret nuclear bunker or Snugbury's ice cream farm, which has a straw sculpture that is changed annually, this can be up to 30 feet high and is well worth a visit. If you're still looking for something to fill your days, then there are an impressive 14 national trust properties within 25 miles of the site. For anglers there is an excellent commercial day ticket water nearby.
There are showers available for £1 charge and toilets on site 24hr access at the rear of the pub suitable for tent campers. The site is level and well drained with a rolled stone access giving way onto grass.
Rally Fee (per unit one off): £5
Site Fee (per unit per night): £8
Shower £1 charge
Bowling competition voluntary charity donation £1
Please contact Brian for more information or to book
Rally Bookings will open on the 5th January, this Rally will not be available on the online booking form prior to this date.
01619 694070 07733 946266
Assistant Rally Marshal