The Rally Programme booklet has been updated and includes some important information about conduct at rallies. Please view or downnload it from the 2022 Rallies page.
WE NEED MARSHALLS and ASSISTANT MARSHALLS.
This year we had an amazing number of members stepping forward to act as Marshals for the year’s rallies. There are still opportunities for anyone who fancies setting up and organising a rally to learn more by shadowing the marshals at one of our rallies or to talk to our Rally Sec about what is involved.
The centre offers plenty of help and support to current and would-be marshals so please think of volunteering and contact our Rally Secretary. Regardless of any other factors, without members volunteering to marshal, rallies can not happen. It really isn’t a huge task, and there is loads of lattitude in what can be organised. There will be lots of support for those new to marshalling and the role gives us all the opportunity to be part of the centre in a fulfilling way.
We are planning new ways of helping new marshals and providing training and support. If you want to know some more about Rallies and Marshalling, look at our “Rallies – general information” page.
Centre membership. You need to re-register with the centre each year at the same time as your CAMC membership is renewed. Log into the CAMC web site, go to “My Profile” , then “My membership” and click the box titled “Free Centre membership”. There you find a link to register or renew your centre membership. Only centre members receive the centre’s emails and can vote at the AGM, etc.
Margaret is looking for material for the next edition of the centre’s newsletter. Please submit anything you think may be of interest to our members to firstname.lastname@example.org
The March 22 issue of our newsletter is available on the newsletter page where you can view it or down-load it onto your device.
2022 Rally programme
There have been several changes since the October issue of the programme so check the 2022 rally page to see the current venues and dates.
The rally programme booklet has also been up-dated and a printable version of the programme in PDF format can be viewed and downloaded from the 2022 rallies page.
Ferry travel from/to the Island. Portsmouth Council have imposed a clean air zone that covers the access to the Wightlink ferry terminal. Passage through the zone for vehicles that meet certain criteria is, I’m told, £50 per journey. Most leisure vehicles should be exempt, but you can check to see if your vehicle is exempt on the DVLA web site at : https://www.gov.uk/clean-air-zones before you book the Portsmouth route.
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