Here is the current newsletter from our friends in the Ulysses Club Great Britain. See the attachment.
In addition, this information didn't make into the newsletter:
In today's newsletter email I did not mention that there is a local campsite for those who would prefer to camp. We are in the process of looking at transport to and from the campsite. The details below are also on the forum. Obviously members may prefer to make their own arrangements for accommodation in Harrogate.
Bilton Park Village Farm, Bilton Lane, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, HG1 4DL.
e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: +44 (0)7538 222987 or +44 (0)1423 565070
“Bilton Park is an established family run camping and caravan site. Situated in the designated Special Landscape Area of the Nidd Gorge and Knaresborough, Harrogate town centre is only 2 miles from the park and a cycle way provides a pleasant route to picturesque Knaresborough.
Approved by the Caravan and Camping Club, Bilton Park is a member of the British Holiday and Home Parks Association (click to here to visit website) and is registered with the Yorkshire Tourist Board.
Bilton Park offers Holiday Homes and Park Homes for sale, electric and non electric pitches for camping and touring caravans, a separate area that can be used for caravan rallies, a children’s play area, modern full shower/toilet facilities, chemical toilet disposal point and a reception/small shop that offers basic grocery items, sweets, ice cream, Calor gas and Camping Gaz.
Local shops (an ‘open late’ Co-op, a news agent and take-away food outlets are all located within Bilton, less than a mile away from the park.
The Gardiner’s Arms public house is a short walk (approx 400 yards) from Bilton Park and offers a large enclosed garden which is ideal for families and serves food daily.
The cathedral city of Ripon, Pately Bridge are also a short driving distance away as are, Brimham Rocks, Fountains Abbey, Ripley Castle, Light Water Valley, Mother Shipton’s Caves, Great Yorkshire Show Ground and many other attractions and special events.
Dogs are permitted, but must be kept on a lead at all times and exercised in an off the park area.”
best wishes... pete