Scottish Caravan Club

Scottish Caravan Club - News Updates & Photos - Updated

DISCLAIMER

 

Photography / videography may be taken at SCC events and rallies.

The Scottish Division and Club may use any photograph(s) and/or video(s) they take that include you, your party and/or outfit in all and any media, including printed and electronic publications, e.g. websites, or promotional materials, in the advertising of its goods or services.

The photograph(s) and/or video(s) may be stored for these purposes as well.

If you do not want to appear in any shots, please advise the organiser if it relates to a specific event, or the SCC Editor if for all events. They will do their best to accommodate this and ensure you are able to avoid the area being photographed / filmed.

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PLEASE CLICK ONLINK BELOW TO READ CAMC PRIVACY POLICY

 

https://www.caravanclub.co.uk/privacy-policy/centres-privacy-notice/

 

Website Last update on 1st August 2019

 

Notice of Change of Centre AGM’s


Notice is hereby given that the East of Scotland Centre AGM which is due to be held on the 28th September and the West of Scotland Centre AGM which is due to be held on the 7th September, have now both been changed to Special General Meetings. Both venues remain the same, as notified on page 23 of the SCC Handbook for 2019.


The purpose of the SGM’s will be to discuss and vote upon a Special Motion to amalgamate both Centres.
Details of the rescheduled AGM’s will be notified, following the SGM’s.


Please note that only full, joint and family members who have submitted an application for Centre registration through the Club offices at East Grinstead, to the Centre Secretary at least 14 days prior to the SGM are entitled to speak or vote.


A copy of the Special Motion is available on request from the respective Centre Secretary or from the SCC Secretary.


Kenny Robertson
Secretary

Joint Message from the East and West Centre Chairmen


Dear fellow members,


We hope that you are all enjoying your summer holidays, wherever your travels have taken you.


The East Centre and the West Centre have recently held a number of joint meetings to discuss the future of our centres. The SCC Secretary, Kenny Robertson, has attended all of these meetings, to liaise with CAMC on our behalf and also to give help and advice. The SCC Chairman, Fraser Todd, has also attended some of these meetings.


We have been trying for a long time now, to persuade some new members to step up and support their centres, but with little success. It has therefore been agreed by both Centre Chairmen and Committees, that the best way forward is to amalgamate and form a new centre, called the Forth, Clyde and Tweed, which covers both the East and the West areas, otherwise the future of both centres, may well be short lived.


Amalgamation has never happened before, to any centres, it is therefore a new and very complex procedure for everyone concerned.
You will by now, all have been informed, that our centre AGMs, which take place in September, have been changed to Special General Meetings. The purpose of which is, to discuss and vote upon the Special Motion to amalgamate both Centres. This has already been approved by the Scottish Caravan Club and CAMC. If this does not happen, the East Centre will, sadly, go back into hibernation, after 4 years of hard work.


As both Centres are due to Celebrate their 70th Anniversary, The East in December and the West in January, we also intend to hold a Very Special joint Celebratory event, on the 25th January 2020. This will hopefully be followed by the joint centre AGM’s on the Sunday 26th January 2020 and the formal Amalgamation and election of the new centre’s committee.


Please keep an eye on the SCC and Centre’s websites, for further details re this very special event.


Kind regards,


Margaret J Devine - East Centre Chairman

Linda Williamson - West Centre Chairman

 

 

 

 

 

DETAILS OF EAST CENTRE & WEST CENTRE JOINT 70th CELEBRATIONS added please see EAST CENTRE or WEST CENTRE webpage for more information and HOW TO PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS AND BOOK ACCOMODATION

 

 

 

 

 

 

Caravan and Motorhome Club National Rally - 2019

Photos from this year's CAMNR held at Ragley Hall, Park & Gardens, Alcester.

to view photos click on this link

The Scottish National Rally 2020

 

The Scottish National Rally hosted by the Fife & Tayside Centre on behalf of The Scottish Caravan Club is being held on the May bank holiday weekend from 1st to 5th May 2020 at Scone Palace, Scone, nr Perth PH2 6BD

 

Pre National Rally and Follow On Rallys will also be arranged more details and booking forms will be available to download when available

The Caravan and Motorhome Club National 2020

 

The CAMC National Rally is being held on the late May bank holiday weekend from 22nd - 26th May 2020 at 

Belvoir Castle, Grantham, Leicestershire

Click on link for more information

2019 Scottish Caravan Club Rally Handbook

 

A PDF version is now available to download from website (click on Handbook Cover above)

 

Rally Booking slips can be downloaded now form website - please click on handbook to be redirected to webpage

2019 Centre Rallies - Click on Photo above

East Scotland Centre

News & Updates

Updated 22nd July 2019

th Viking & Holy Isle Holiday - Photos added

West Scotland Centre

Rally News Updates & Photos

Brige of Allan - Historic Views - Photos added

1st August 2019

Fife & Tayside Centre

Rally News Updates & Photos

Updated - 31st March 2018

Information on Easter Rally added

North Scotland Centre

Rally News, Updates & Photos

Updated 30th June 2019

Portsoy - When the Boat Comes In - Photos added

South West Scotland Centre

Rally News, Updates & Photos 

Highland Centre

Rally News, Updates & Photos

Page Last Update - EASTER FUN RALLY, DORNOCH - Photos added

4th May 2019

Dumfries & Galloway Centre

Centre News, Updates & Photos - please click on Centre Logo for further details -

Change of AGM VENUE

page last updated July 2019

 

Scottish Caravan Club – Role of Honour 1945 – 2018 Updated - click on SCC Logo above to view

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