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MayDay Hertford 2019

by Gavin Camp

What an amazing weekend was had at Hertford for our MayDay meet.

The theme for this weekend was Grease, with many events and activities planned for the whole weekend.

The weather was a bit wet on the Friday as people arrived but in the end we had over 40 units. Friday nights social plans went slightly off piste as the site experience ongoing power failures, but that did not dull the spirits of the few that remained behind….

Saturday morning the kids, both young and old, were treated to some lovely pancakes that they were able to decorate and eat. There were some very wild creations. Saturday night’s social was a big success with lots of people dressing up with our Grease theme, including one group arriving in a homemade car, see pictures below.  “Just for Kicks” entertained us that evening as everyone danced the night away, the band even played on Titanic style when we had a further power failure near the end of their set.

Sunday was a chance for most people to come down and have their breakfast rolls and tea or coffee and a chat about the night before. From 2pm our Rydell High Fair was in full swing with games galore for people to do from the coconut shy to Jacobs ladder. There were lots of balloons and sweets handed out and there was candyfloss, popcorn, fizzy drinks and hot dogs for all.

During the fair the committee put on a dance routine that was loudly cheered on by the watching crowd, everyone that took part did an amazing job.

Sunday evening’s social started with a bang, not the power failing again, but a boys vs girls event. After much fun and games the girls won 4-2, the boys just couldn’t keep up with them. Congratulations to Julie, Bev and Chris. After this there was a grease themed quiz which 8 teams entered. Well done to team “Dunno” for an impressive performance, winning by more than 7 points.

Monday’s coffee morning saw the presentations for all the winners and the raffle, which I disappointingly did not win. The weather had greatly improved as the weekend went on and everyone left exhausted after a great weekend.

A big thank you to our committee and their families for putting on this event, cannot wait to see what they come up with next year.

Some images from weekend are below

Weymouth THS 2018

Between the dates of 23rd May and 8th June we  ran a THS at Holwell Farm Nottington Weymouth. This was attended by a total of 108 units over the period it was open. The weather was absolutely brilliant as we only had two wet and two overcast days during the meet. Everbody who attended stated they hoped we would run it next year but the venue is in doubt due to possible building on site BUT we have an alternative venue for next year only about one and a half miles away if we need it

GREAT NEWS WE ARE ON THIS SITE FOR 2019