The BRITISH CARAVANNERS CLUB, SCOTLAND is a Section of the Camping and Caravanning Club and coversthe whole of Scotland, and as such is unique amongst BCC areas in that it represents a complete country. We try to arrange meets near to the geographical centre of our main membership to allow as many members as possible to attend each meet.
For up to date information on any meet ring ...
A/C Jim Leckie – Tel: 01324 872997 / Mob: 07914426742 or
Hi everyone, this is to inform you that I have been elected as your BCC - Scotland Chairman at the 2017 AGM. I look forward to your continued support.
Details of all our 2018 Meets and Temporary Holiday Sites are below..
Please follow local and BCC signs
when near to a site and note that BCC Scotland cannot accept liability for the
route chosen by your Satellite Navigation System.
As written in the British
Caravanners’ Club Constitution: ’Each British Caravanners’ Club Member is
issued annually with a ‘Record Card’. Members are invited to lodge a ‘Record
Card’ with an area of their choice, which will ensure full voting rights with
that Area. It would be helpful therefore if all Scotland Members could complete
the record card attached to this programme and send it as soon as possible to
the A/C (see address list at front.) All record cards received by the 28th
February 2018 will be entered into a prize draw which will take place at the
The use of generators is permitted by BCC Scotland on all sites with
conditions: ie. must not run for more than 4 hours at any one time between
9.30am and 6.30pm, they must not be left unattended at any time and
consideration must be given to neighbours. If required for medical reasons speak
to the duty steward. A full notice is available at Reception.
the golden rules – speed limit on site is 5mph; all pets must be kept on leads
making sure you clean up after them; strictly no part of the toilet to be
brought to any drinking water tap.
If movement on the site during inclement
weather is restricted, please follow instructions given by the steward.
For up to date information
on any Meet, phone the number printed in the CCC magazine.
March 29th – April 9th Glenburn Dairy, Loans, Troon, South Ayrshire, KA10 7EY.
Home to many famous golf courses,
not far from Ayr and Burns country.
Trains to Glasgow every half hour and close
to Ardrossan where you can take the ferry over to Arran for the day.
May 16th – May 21st Border Union Showground, Springwood Park Kelso, TD5 8LS MR74/725336
Site off A699 Kelso-Selkirk road.
Do not go into the centre of Kelso. From Edinburgh and Coldstream road follow
the Hawick signs to the top of the hill, then take A699 St Boswells.
Join us for the Vintage Rally on Saturday and Sunday
showcasing vintage tractors, agricultural plant machinery and equipment. Also
on view will be vintage, veteran and classic cars, cycles, motorcycles not to
mention a number of steam traction engines as well as stands selling spare
parts, motor accessories and memorabilia. The main show on Sunday features
approximately 1200 exhibits with a parade in the show ring of the various
classes of vehicles etc.
On Saturday evening you can dance the night away,
normally to live music, in the main show hall with the usual bar facilities. Tickets
from the steward. Toilets and showers available.
May 20th BCC Annual General
Meeting at 11am. Farmer Parrs, Wyre Field Farm, Fleetwood FY7 8SP MR102/326452
May 24th – June 12th Kerfield Farm, Innerleithen Road, Peebles EH45 8LY MR73/265403 Explore the Scottish Borders,
Edinburgh and surrounding Area.
Situated on the banks of the River Tweed with
many walks for all capabilities.
June 22nd – June 29th The Boatshop (& Puffers Cafe), Harbour Road, Irvine KA12 8BT MR70/315384 Situated overlooking Irvine
Harbour and next door to the Scottish Maritime Museum. Boasts beautiful sunsets
over the Isle of Arran.
For the ladies, a big retail park within walking
June 22nd – July 8th Muir of Ord Invernerss (Black Isle Showground) IV6 7RS MR26/529501 Situated on the North Coast Route
500 the ideal place to tour the north of Scotland. The breath-taking scenery
and mountains will astound you.
Also, you can catch the train to Kyle of
Lochalsh from Muir of Ord which is supposed to be the most scenic journey in
June 29th – July 22nd Sandmill Farm, Sandhead. DG9 9JR MR82/100510
Situated on the south west corner
of Scotland next to the beach ideal for a leisurely holiday.
July 7th – July 15th Nethy Bridge, Cairngorms National Park. PH25 3DG MR36/000204 Explore the National Park with
its wide variety of wild life and scenery.
Aug 16th - 23rd
Linlithgow Rally. Loch House Farm,. Boness Road,
Linlithgow, EH49 7RG. Map Ref NS 993777
Directions -. Do Not use Sat Nav whilst towing. From
Edinburgh/Stirling motorway M9, Exit at junction 4. Take A803 signpost
Linlithgow, continue just over 2 miles to traffic lights. Continue
straight on ( do not turn left at lights) past Sainsbury's and Aldi's
into Linlithgow High Street. just over small roundabout at WestPort Pub
and Black Bitch, turn left on to A706 signpost Boness. Continue
approx half mile and just over Motorway Bridge at 50mph sign turn left
Aug 23rd – Aug 28th B.C.C F.O.L Borders Union Showground, Springwood Park Kelso, TD5 8LS.
MR74/725336 See above advert for directions
August 30th – August 3rd Glenburn Dairy, Loans, Troon, South Ayrshire. KA10 7EY MR70/346314 Scottish international Air Show
plus all other interests detailed above.
September 14th – September 25th Overton Farm, Crossford, Carluke Lanarkshire. ML8 5QF MR72/813488 Explore the industrial central
belt of Scotland, the cotton mills at New Lanark plus there is
a large car boot sale on Sundays.
October 24th – October 31st Linwater Caravan Park, Clifton Road, East Calder EH53 0HT
Join us for our Halloween meet
and enjoy the fun and games.
See above for other information.
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