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Tenby Half Term Rally Report October 2014

The rally opened on the Friday and saw 22 vans pull into Greenhill School, Tenby. Members got together     on the Friday evening in the hall to catch up and have a sing along with a little bit of Karaoke!

It was an early start on the Saturday morning for the Marshalls who set up the hall for the ‘Gangsters       and Molls ‘evening on the Saturday night.  Thank you to the members who made such a fantastic       effort and dressed for the occasion. Games were  the order of the evening, and in good fun (and in       the name of friendly competition) tables competed in ‘Snail Racing, Hula Hoops, skipping,                   Nerf gun shooting and much more.. All to win ‘Puffin Pounds’

On the Sunday we held a Chinese auction and yet another sing along took place until the small hours!

The week was relatively relaxed with a ‘Boys night’ into Tenby on the Wednesday and a ‘Girls night on      the Thursday.

Friday was the ‘American Supper’, thank you to everyone who brought up plates of food and made it        such an enjoyable evening.

We held the Halloween party on the Saturday evening after a day of decorating the hall and preparing        for the Children and Family parties.

The children were treated to sweets and cakes, a huge Thank you to Sharon Cooper who made 2       beautiful Halloween cakes for members.

Then onto some party games for the Children, with Lyn Carro and Carl Burridge busting some awesome moves to entertain the children (and the adults watching) Thank you both. The evening then kicked off      with the adults games and we had doughnut swinging, jelly eating and a little bit of beer pong.

Thank you to everyone who came along and supported the rally by joining in and taking part. A huge      thank you to the ‘Team’ which consisted of Jo & Dean Israel, Jayne and Martin Bevan and Trev & Marci Robinson for helping with fetching, carrying, painting, building and just generally supporting us - we     couldn’t put on the events without your support.

Jay & Jo Allan

50th Birthday, 1800th & Charity Extravaganza Rally

Main Committee arrived on Thursday throughout the day and once sited started setting up the rally, pitching out the field proved a little messy (thanks to the charitable sheep) but we managed to grin and bare it with the only real casualties being our footwear. The stage was arranged and then trimmed up (thanks to Jo, Jayne and Martin for the assistance) and by the time we had finished it was time to have an early (ish) night ready for a busy day.

Friday saw us putting up the Marquee and arranging the bar inside of it, talk about made to fit; the bar area was fabulous, proving very popular over the weekend, again thanks to everyone who helped with the bar over the weekend. Whilst that was going on other members of the main committee started to mark out the front field, putting out the signage and locating the elsan and tap points. Midday came and with it the first of the vans arrived (we really appreciated everyone adhering to the 12.00 rally start time) 1st van on site was ten minutes to, follow by a nice steady stream throughout the day and evening. With most of the vans sited we opened the hall with “Quiz Master Don” hosting a charity quiz and the bar began to fill to the sounds of DJ Sticks (John Bennett) on the disco.

Saturday was the day of the Charity events, again the centre members and committees pulled out all the stops, your generosity is immense and I cannot find the words to thanks you enough. I have put a list at the end of the report to show (just some of the activities and funds raised). Saturday evening saw the Charity Auction take place but not before a guest speaker from Halcyon, Mr Paul Murphy talked about the charity, what its aims are, who benefits from the monies raised and of course about climbing mountains! After Paul had finished speaking, we went onto the auction were I was ably assisted by John Bennett.  After plenty of auction lots (some hotly contested) we closed the auction and relaxed to watch a singing duo called Elision who were really good and kept us all entertained.

Sunday came and saw everyone awake to the smell of bacon and sausages being cooked by the Youth Committee assisted by their parents, well done to the Youth as I believe they sold out. Table Football had been arranged for midday but as we had some rain in the night we decided to call it off do to the nature of the game and for safety, so we all had a little extra time to prepare for Flag. The Ladies Committee prepared a beautiful buffet style meal of new potatoes, ham with salad served with a glass of wine, well done Ladies it was really well received and I have had some great feedback from the members.

I ran through flag, calling on Gwent Centre Chairman Mike Kent to sing to our Birthday Ralliers (unbeknown to Mike of course) and we had a special guest do give out the children’s sweets in the shape of “Mr Puffin Man” and we finished of Flag by cutting the centre Birthday Cake, made by our own centre member Sharon Cooper, what a cake too! It was massive and beautifully decorated and tasted sublime, thank you ever so much Sharon.

I called upon past centre chairmen Andrea and Gary Glew who were in attendance on the rally, to help cut the cake, thank you both for your help and the photo opportunity. Sunday evening saw another act arrive to entertain us, this time a young lady singer called “Verina Marie” and again she proved a big hit.

Monday saw the rally come to a close, with the last vans leaving site at 4pm and the Main Committee not far behind.

I would like to again thank everyone who attended the rally and who made it such a success, thanks for your continued support and generosity, thanks to all who helped out over the weekend; we really can’t do these rallies without your assistance.

Lastly, thanks to my Main Committee and Partners who not only worked hard throughout the planning and running of the rally but paid their fees to be their too, in support of the charities, thank you all. Last but not least  a huge thanks to the visiting Centre Chairmen  representing Welsh Division, North Wales & Gwent.

We have currently raised over £2200.00 for our chosen charities Halcyon and Ty Olwen which is an amazing effort and we shall be doing a presentation at the Rally Goers in October.

We hope that everyone had a safe tow home from the rally and look forward to catching up with you all on the rally field in the coming months.


Jay & Jo Allan

West Wales Centre Chairman.

Ladies Sub Committee Stall           £57.00

Kevin & Rachel`s golf ball game    £75.00

Charity Quiz            £9.5

Charity Darts Competition   £26.00

Charity Bingo (entry fee donation)  £13.50

Jayne & Barbara`s Book Stall    £112.40

Lucia`s Henna/ Nails and Books Stall  £50.00

Martins Games Stall    £40.60

Youth Sub Committee Stall   £82.63

Sports Sub Committee Stall   £57.60

Barbara Smalls Hook A Duck Stall  £38.80

Val, Brian & Sam`s Welsh Cakes   £55.92

Scones     £30.00

Doughnuts & Cookies    £50.00

Ring Pulls     £60.00

Charity Auction      £973.00

Postal & Personal Donations   £85.00

Rhyl Sea Cadets Donation    £25.50

A selection of entries at the Bank Farm Spring Home Rally

In the photography, Bannerette and Elsie Dilly Competitions - 2016

Welsh National 2016 - Brecon Showgrounds

West Wales members pulled out all the stops this year and after a fabulous rally we came out as Inter Centre Champions.

Well done to everyone involved…

For a list of all the winners please click HERE.

Aberaeron Away Holiday Rally

The away rally took place for Spring bank holiday from 26th May to

4th June 2017 at Camping on the farm where Michelle made us feel very welcome.

What a lovely flat site next to the sea and only 5 minute walk from the town of

Aberaeron. We had 27 vans on site one even joining us from the

Upper Thames Centre. I know all that attended had a lovely time even

though maintenance had to be carried out on two vehicles.

At the two flags we had cheese wine etc enjoyed by all and luckily we

only had one night of rain but who cares when your back in the van.

All of the members asked if we could visit this site in the future so I’ll see

what I can do.

Mike & Barbara

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