Our stewards for this camp are
Sue & Phil Saunders & Chris & John Mahoney
Friday 19th Camp opens from 10am
Tea or coffee and welcome at 8pm
Saturday 20th Free day to explore the area
The path to Moors Valley is across
the main road opposite the site.
7pm Meet in URC small Hall on the main road opposite the site for Fish, chips and games!
Sunday 21st 10.30am Service at Holtwood Methodist Church
Camp closes at 5pm
The site costs £7 per unit per night
plus a charge of £3 a night for electrics.
Head out of Bournemouth on the Spur Rd and cross straight over the Ashley Heath roundabout onto the Moors Valley Rd.
Travel past Moors Valley and the RSPCA centre.
At 0.8 miles after the Welcome to Three Legged Cross sign you will see a brown, campsite sign on your left marked 'Gundry's'.
Turn left IMMEDIATELY after this sign into School Lane and at the end of the lane bear right and follow the signs for the rally field.
WMFCC signs will also be up.
For our final camp of 2014, the WMFCC met at Gundry’s Farm, Three Legged Cross, from the 19th to 21st September. We were a friendly mixture of 12 caravans, tents and campervans and enjoyed a very sociable weekend together with warm, dry weather.
By 8pm on the Friday evening, everyone had arrived and we congregated in Mary and Alan’s spacious awning. Coffee and cake was served to celebrate the birthday of our ‘twins’, Christine and Alan, who were both born on 19th September in the same year!
The Saturday was spent in different ways, exploring the area and catching up with friends. Moors Valley was a short walk away which was a popular destination. It was also Margaret’s birthday and she was surprised by family arriving to celebrate with her. They joined us in the evening for fish and chips and a few very competitive games of Mexican Trains! This took place in the small hall at the URC Church opposite, which used to be the stables to house the Minister’s horse while he preached! Fitting 34 of us into this very small space was a challenge but contributed to the fun!
On Sunday morning we went to Holtwood Methodist Chapel (complete with scenic tour of the countryside for those who followed Sue!!). The congregation made us feel really welcome and are keen for us to use their field and new facilities another time. Some campers then enjoyed a good Sunday lunch together before we all reluctantly packed up to leave the camp later that afternoon.
If you ever fancy joining us just drop us a line and someone will get back to you :-)