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Notice is hereby given that the AGM of Eastern Counties South Area
will be held at
Pleshey Village Hall,
Notices of motion and nominations for committee must be sent to
Mrs J Doherty,
151 Upper Rainham Road,
in writing 60 days earlier.
Membership cards must be shown.
Eastern Counties South
Eastern Counties South B.C.C
is an area of the British Caravanners Club
which is a special interest section of
The Camping & Caravanning Club.
Last Update 17 March 2020
The Camping and Caravanning Club
Tel: 0247 647 5448
IMPORTANT NOTICE FROM THE CHAIRMAN
28 March 2020 at 3 pm
at Pleshey Village Hall
We need a new Treasurer
If nobody comes forward by Oct 2020 ECS will have to shut down.
From this year, we are adding what3words addresses i.e. Room in the Roding = ///older.opens.rang
This site has been set up so that if you click on the W3W link it will go to the map
the app is available from Apple and Google and soon to be available on satnavs
Eastern Counties South Area Annual AGM
Pleshey Village Hall
AGM Saturday afternoon at 3 pm
From Chelmsford A130 towards Great Dunmow at the roundabout
(Junction A131)turn left onto the B1008 to Chelmsford.
Approx half a mile turn right signpost Howe street continue on to Pleshey Village. Site is on the left just past the church, look out for the BCC signs.
Saturday Evening:- social with supper
Organisers:- Carole Bill & Committee 020 85 05 72 15 / 077 73 01 96 02
Cancelled Due To Covid-19
Corona Virus Update
Camping and Caravanning Club has been around for over 100 years and we need to
make sure we're here for the next 100 years. We need to make sensible
decisions, difficult decisions, to protect the Club and our members through
these uncertain and unprecedented times.
Executive Committee took the decision this morning (17th March 2020) to cancel
with immediate effect all Region, District Association, National Section and
Section area activity. This includes AGMs, any form of meeting or gathering,
and all Meets.
Executive Committee felt that this was the responsible and right thing to do.
Their view was that this supported the government's guidance on distancing and
non-essential contact, and importantly protects members and relieves them from
responsibilities that they may not currently be comfortable to carry out.
continue to monitor the situation closely, and in due course will issue
guidance on returning to 'business as usual'.