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||Allerthorpe Lakeland Park
How to find us -
Coming from York - Travel along the A1079 until you pass Barmby Moor. Turn right at the roundabout, signed Allerthorpe Village. Travel through the village and past the golf club. Follow the road round and you will find our entrance on the left.
Coming from Beverley - Travel along the A1079 through Hayton and past the turning for the Pocklington Gliding Club. Turn left at the roundabout, signed Allerthorpe Village. Travel through the village and past the golf club. Follow the road round and you will find our entrance on the left.
||Flying from site. Alternative launch sites to be advised at briefings.
||Competition for the ‘Flying Man’ trophy for the pilot to fly closest to the target of All Saints Church steeple.
The Ladies meet also have a variety of trophies, so flying gloves at the ready ladies!
||Camping at £10 per night. Plus electric hook-up, if required.
All on-site overnight stays must be pre-booked and paid for.
Camping on site with (clean and warm) showers and toilets, plus we have a discount especially granted to PRBA members (and ladies meet attendees) to take part in any of the water sports, so if you would like a try at kayaking, power boating, sailing or simply fishing, this is the meet for you!
Lovely cafe on site selling drinks, snacks and light lunches.
If camping under canvas isn't for you, check out http://woldsglamping.co.uk/ for camping pods.
Lots to do in the village of Pocklington over the weekend as they celebrate the unfortunate death of Thomas Pelling, the infamous 'Flying Man'. Stalls, shows, and party atmosphere in the village.
There's a festival concert at the Oak House on the Friday evening and a quiz on the Saturday Evening.
||Mobile: 07557 098124