Sites in Northern Ireland

Sometimes we hear comments about how The Camping and Caravanning Club only has one site in Northern Ireland (Delamont Club Site).  There are actually six sites!  Delamont is our only club site, but in addition to Delamont, we have five beautifully maintained Certified Sites (or CS’s as they’re known).  These sites are purely for members of Club and have spaces for 5 caravans or motorhomes and space for tent campers.

These sites are well spread throughout the province, so check them out below and let us know how you get on.

AGHALEE

FAIRACRES CAMPING & CARAVANNING
1c, Boghead Road, Aghalee, Craigavon BT67 0DL [Mr A Bailie]

ARMOY

CHARLIES HIDEAWAY
64, Carrowreagh Road, Armoy, Co. Antrim BT53 8RS [J M Morrison & Sons]

BUSHMILLS

CRAIG HOUSE
193, Whitepark Road, Dunseverick, Bushmills, BT57 8SR [Mr & Mrs N Johnston]

CASTLEROCK

MOORBROOK LODGE
46, Glebe Road, Castlerock, Co. Londonderry, BT15 4SW

NEWTOWNSTEWART

THE MEADOWS
41, Killymore Road, Newtownstewart, Co. Tyrone, BT78 4DT

National Youth Rally 2017

Note from Regional Youth Officer:

 

All Youth are invited to attend the National Youth Rally which is being held at Ballymena Showgrounds on Friday 30 June weekend.
The requirements for entry is that youth should be aged 12 to 17 years of age (they don’t need youth test) or 17 to 21 with youth test.
All Youth MUST have Youth Membership which can only be obtained at 12 years of age.

Please contact your Youth Leader immediately.
Site Fee is £12.50 per youth for the weekend camping and this cost is paid by N. Ireland Region.

Brian Willis
Regional Youth Lead Officer

40th Anniversary of Northern Ireland Region

Stormont Estate

This year the Northern Ireland Region is celebrating the 40th Anniversary of its formation in 1977. The main celebration will be at the Regional Rally which will be held from 25th to 29th May at Civil Service Sports Association Grounds within the Stormont Estate at Dundonald near Belfast.

The site will open to members at 11am on Thursday 25th and close at 3pm on Monday 29th May.

Plans for the weekend are currently being finalised and the cost to members will be as follows:-

  • Thursday night and Sunday night £10.00 per unit per night,
  • Friday and Saturday night £15.00 per unit per night.
  • (Discount for single-occupancy units).

Each evening the Lounge Bar in the pavilion will be open to allow members to socialise. On Friday there will be a short opening ceremony at 8.00 pm. And this will be followed by the Inter-DA Quiz commencing at approximately 8.30 pm and hosted this year by Bangor DA.

The Regional AGM will be held in the Pavilion on Saturday morning commencing at 10.30 am. This will be followed by an Open Forum when the club Chairman, Mel Hill will be on hand to answer any relevant questions.

The usual evening entertainment has been arranged for Saturday evening commencing at 7.30 pm and during the evening there will be a finger buffet available for members. The usual raffle will also be held and the main prize will be a voucher for £200 towards a Stena Line ferry crossing plus a Calor Gas BBQ valued at £150.

On Sunday morning Renee Gibson will lead a short Service of Worship giving thanks for the last 40 years of camping with the Region and DA’s in Northern Ireland. During the service we will take a collection for the nominated charity – The Northern Ireland Air Ambulance.

Download the programme

Easter Rally 2017

The CDDA Easter Rally is being held at Portrush Primary School, Crocknamack Road, Portrush from Friday 14th April 2017 to Tuesday 18th April 2017. There will be a full programme of activities for adults, children and juniors. Cost per night is £12.50.

The earliest entry is 11am on Friday 14th. Please stop at reception before siting your unit. Please have your Membership Card and fee available on arrival. 

Download the Easter Rally Programme.

Castlewellan March 2017

A great weekend in Castlewellan with the celebration of wee Billy’s 6th Birthday taking centre stage on Saturday lunchtime.  The events shelter was put up just in case the Northern Irish weather didn’t assist, but the sun shone and we enjoyed great food, great company, happy kids and enough Lego to build another Courtyard!

Thanks to Cherrie and Rosie for the efforts they put in to making it a great impromptu get together.