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Henge Hoppers Meet
05/06/2020 - 07/06/2020
Bedale, North Yorkshire
2020 is the 8th Henge Hoppers meet and unfortunately Camp Hill cannot accommodate us this year so we are moving! The new venue is the Bedale Camping and Caravan site. Pilots are invited to compete for the fabulous Henge Hoppers trophy with a new twist on the challenge - the furthest away from the centre henge of the three Thornborough Henges will be the winner. All on-site overnight stays must be pre-booked and paid for please.
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Meet Info...
Flying maps: 99, 100, 92, 93,
Directions/Address: Camp Hill (Aerial Extreme)
North Yorkshire

From the North
Leave the A1 at J51 Leeming and follow the A6055 service road which runs parallel to the A1. Turn off on B6285 to Burneston then turn left at the church to Carthorpe. Aerial Extreme is halfway between villages of Carthorpe and Kirklington on the right hand side. (Brown tourist signs en-route)

From the South
Leave the A1 at J50 Baldersby and follow the A6055 service road which runs parallel to the A1. Take the B6267 (Masham) and take the first right turn B6285 through Kirklington. Aerial Extreme is halfway between the villages of Kirklington and Carthorpe on the left.
Flying info: Flying from site.
Competition: Compete for 'The Henge Hoppers Trophy'.

To be won by the pilot who lands furthest from the Thornborough Henges, which can be seen SW of the launch site.

In addition to the flying tasks, there will be a themed quiz, and other little tasks, all with prizes!

TOWING COMPETITION! Hone those skills with Dan, who will be hosting his trailer towing tuition time (TTTT) again.
Social/Accommodation: PRBA camping on site at 10.00 per unit per night.

Depending where we are situated in the grounds, we may have access to toilets, but if not, out of the goodness of our hearts we will provide our own personal portable loo and toilet tent - strictly 'liquids' only! However we do have the use of the toilets and showers for a little further walk.

Dogs are welcome.

Also available (to book direct with Camp Hill) are glamping pods, Hobbit huts, camping barns, yurts and other types of accommodation.

Lots to do on site, from off-road Segways, Aerial Extreme, and quad bike safaris to name just a few. Check out the venue website for more details ( ).

Camp Hill has approx. 240 acres of woodland and fields to explore. Well worth coming even if the weather doesn't play ball.
Contact: Alex Smith
Phone: Mobile: 07557 098124
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