Inlands

Eluned Jones


Posted: 17 Aug 09 21:43
Message ID: 1643
Does anyone know if we can we camp at Carsington?

Pat Jones


Posted: 17 Aug 09 22:13
Reply ID: 4454
We went and sussed out the place earlier this year. They said you couldn't camp (though it might be different for a class event but I couldn't see anywhere pitchable) but there are two or three campsites just up the road - a five minute walk.
And one is at a pub.

Daniel Watson


Posted: 17 Aug 09 22:28
Reply ID: 4455
I have spoken to the club and Pat is right, camping is not possible at the club, but there are a couple of campsites just five minutes walk/stagger/crawl away.
More details of the Inlands will be published very soon.

Dan

David Young


Posted: 18 Aug 09 09:32
Reply ID: 4456
I've stayed at the one near the pub...very good, and only down the road.


Katie Haighton


Posted: 19 Aug 09 21:11
Reply ID: 4459
Does anyone know the name of the campsite/pub where we can camp at the Inlands? Do we have to book in advance or can we just rock up?

Wardy

Nigel Scott


Posted: 20 Aug 09 11:10
Reply ID: 4460
Check out this link for accomodation close to the club

From the carsington web-page

I think the one we want is the Knockerdown Pub is the one that Dave is talking about, however the 200 metres one also sounds interesting.

Nigel

Pat Jones


Posted: 22 Aug 09 11:22
Reply ID: 4463
The pub site is one side of the road and the other site opposite, on the junction just before the sailing club. No real difference in distance but they must have measured across the site to the pub to get the half mile!

Pat Jones


Posted: 22 Aug 09 11:27
Reply ID: 4464
Oh and I think the pub one looked more Lark friendly!

Neil Barrett


Posted: 22 Aug 09 11:51
Reply ID: 4465
Hiya guys,

Really excited to attend this event for the first time, just wondering if anyone has the cost for;

a) entry
b) camping

Cheers Neil and Soph

(P.S. Lark socials are ten times better than 200s, a little observation from looe)

Emma Harris


Posted: 22 Aug 09 21:09
Reply ID: 4466
Hi Neil,

Check out link off front page - answer is £30 entry, I'm afraid I don't know about the cost of camping, but you could always try your 'pulling' trick!

Hopefully see you there,

Nigel

Joanna Marlow


Posted: 23 Aug 09 17:18
Reply ID: 4467
Everyone best come to the Inlands as it is my last event before I go to uni! :S
...and it is also my first event(a week)after turning 18!!!!!
Bring all your friends its going to be massive! :D
(you dont have to even be a regular Lark sailer)
Please. x

Eluned Jones


Posted: 23 Aug 09 17:45
Reply ID: 4468
Gosh Jo, that means we might have to let you have a drink!

Emma Harris


Posted: 24 Aug 09 17:48
Reply ID: 4471
Is anyone actually going to book???

Joanna Marlow


Posted: 24 Aug 09 19:09
Reply ID: 4472
hummmm, I think i might just have to have a drink!! I dont know what to do now though as the fam doesn't want to camp and want to go home!!! this is shocking... I may demand to camp on my own.

Chris Whitehouse


Posted: 25 Aug 09 13:16
Reply ID: 4474
Folks,

Just trying to figure out logistics.

What time is the first start on Saturday? And, is anyone thinking of heading up on Friday night?

Liking the sound of the Pie and Pint evening!

Chris

Chris Whitehouse


Posted: 25 Aug 09 13:20
Reply ID: 4475
A-ha,

Realy ought to think first, ask second!

Here's a link to the notice of race on the Carsington website:

http://www.carsingtonsc.co.uk/documents/Lark_Open_Meeting_Program_2009.pdf

But still interested in Friday night.

Chris

Fergus Condie


Posted: 25 Aug 09 15:02
Reply ID: 4476
I'm coming to the inlands but i have one small problem. i need a crew. Any suggestions gratefully recieved. My email is gus_condie@hotmail.com. I'm taking a three man tent so someone can share it if they need accomodation.

Steve Hall


Posted: 25 Aug 09 17:51
Reply ID: 4477
Chris, i can probably offer you floor space at our place in northampton on the friday night if you want?

I think Ally, Si, Kate and Ward are probably staying here as well, so it could be turned into a social occasion too. There is a beer festival just down the road after all!

Nigel Scott


Posted: 26 Aug 09 09:04
Reply ID: 4480
Great to see all this interest in the Inlands, and I can assure you Dan has excelled himself organising a great venue and a great racing and social program.

PLEASE can those that are coming use this link to enter as this is currently not happening.

The club need confirmed numbers in order to cater for us at the pie and pea/pint evening.

Thanks in advance,

Nigel

Eluned Jones


Posted: 26 Aug 09 11:12
Reply ID: 4481
1pm for those who can't be bothered to follow Chris' link...

Chris Whitehouse


Posted: 26 Aug 09 11:20
Reply ID: 4482
Thanks for the offer Steve.

Although it now looks like we'll trundle up Saturday morning instead.

Chris


Alison Dart


Posted: 28 Aug 09 14:53
Reply ID: 4489
Link to the Knockerdown Campsite / Pub.

http://www.knockerdown-inn.co.uk/caravan-camping-c19.html

Cost £3.00 Per night (small 2 man tent £5 for bigger tent)
Plus £3.00 per person

Tel No 01629 540209



Daniel Watson


Posted: 02 Sep 09 14:17
Reply ID: 4505
Just a reminder - To camp at the closest (and best) camp-site at the Knockerdown Pub give them a ring to reserve your place, 01629 540209, and mention you’re a Lark. They're ready and waiting for your call!

Richard Bennett


Posted: 03 Sep 09 13:20
Reply ID: 4508
Will there be any Measures at the event???

Nigel Scott


Posted: 03 Sep 09 13:34
Reply ID: 4509
Not just any measurer but the one and the only Chief Measurer... Christopher Biglin himself. He will need beers buying of course.

Smash - I hear a rumour that you are trying out a new cut North main? Is this true?

Nigel

Richard Bennett


Posted: 03 Sep 09 19:13
Reply ID: 4513
Yep that's right. Also look out for a complete new set from a new Sailmaker.