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Northern Region AGM – October 2024

New Constitution for Endorsement

In just over 2 months the Northern Region will be holding its Annual General Meeting and this year will see the endorsement of the new Constitution which will mean that all Regions and Divisions will become known as Divisions. All ten Club Divisions will operate with the same constitution.

A Review Group (appointed by the CAMC Executive) has dedicated a lot of time to looking at ways to improve the Club’s Divisions, Regions and Centres and secure their viability for the future. Following much consultation, analysis and deliberation the recommendations have been approved by the CAMC Executive Committee. The new Constitution will align the operational and support framework of Divisions across the whole of the UK.

The affairs and activities of the Division shall be controlled and managed by a Divisional Team consisting of the following people, all working together:

Division Chair (elected)
Division Deputy Chair (elected)
Division Administrator (elected)
Division Treasurer (elected)
Division Digital Champion (elected)
Division Centre Representatives – one from each constituent Centre within the Division’s area.
Division Member Representatives – up to six to be a part of the team – approved by the Executive Committee.

Elections take place each year at the Annual General Meeting.

A special page on our website details the new Division Constitution and the changes following our forthcoming AGM along with ‘role descriptions’ for the Team’  and can be accessed here:

Please contact us if you would like to be involved in the Division and represent all of the members who live within our area which covers, Cumbria, Durham, Lancashire, Northumberland and Yorkshire.

Chair’s Welcome Message

Dear Members and Visitors

Welcome to the Northern Region of the Caravan and Motorhome Club website.

Looking for ideas and new places to visit, we may just have what you are looking for.  We have 11 Centres within the Region, each with their own extensive and varied Rally/Event programme for the year, just click on the Centre Rally Guide and you can see all the Centres Weekend rallies, Extended Weekends and Holiday rallies, collated in date order.  It states location, theme of event, Host centre and telephone number.  If you need more information please do not hesitate to contact them by using this number, or visit the Host Centre’s website.

You will be amazed at the amount of wonderful different locations we have across our Region.
All Club Members are welcome on any of the Centre Rallies/Events.

Sandra Wright
Northern Region Chairlady

Northern Region Local Centres Rally Guide 2024

There are 11 Local Centres in the Northern Region. Links to each Centre can be found at the bottom of this page.

Northern Region Forthcoming Special Events for this year and 2025

Question Time 2024

The Northern Region Question Time will be held at Lytham Hall, Ballam Road, Lytham, FY8 4JX on 21st September 2024 at 11am.  Refreshments will be served from 10-30am.

At the meeting you will be given the opportunity to ask questions to the panel.  The following guests will be in attendance from The Caravan and Motorhome Club:-

Mr Selwyn Cooper - Chair of the Technical Committee
Mr Harvey Alexander  - Director of Marketing
Mr Phil Coles - Head of Commercial
Mrs Julie Constable - Head of Insurance

A rally is being held in an adjacent field to Lytham Hall organised by North Lancashire Centre
20th- 23rd September.  Full details are on their Website   -

Annual General Meeting 2024

The 28th Annual General Meeting of the Northern Region of the Caravan and Motorhome Club will be held on Saturday 19th October 2024 at The White Heather Hotel, Kirkbride, Cumbria. CA7 5HW.

The meeting will commence at 2-00pm, refreshments will be served prior to the meeting.  It would be lovely to see you there supporting the Region and welcoming in our New Chairman.

Why not make a weekend or better still extend your weekend.  Cumbria Centre are holding a rally on site Thursday 17th – Monday 21st October.  Rally fee £6 a night.  There is entertainment on the Saturday evening provided by Mr Tim Webb, the theme is School Disco.  Booking forms and more information is on Cumbria Centre’s Website  -

Save The Dates  2025

Northern Centres

Will be held at Victoria Park, Southport over the Easter Holidays.  The venue is on the sea front and the town is only 5 minutes walk.  It is a great location for such an event and there will be something for everyone.  Keep checking the Facebook and Website for updates on this event.

Caravan and Motorhome Club - ClubFest 2025

Will be held at Bolesworth Castle near Cheshire.  A wonderful new venue for the Club. The event will be held from Friday 23rd May to Tuesday 27th May 2025. The land is spacious and level with some hardstanding pitches (with or without awnings).  Members will be entertained with 2 great shows.  Go Your Own Way, a Fleetwood Mac tribute and Whitney, Queen of the Night fresh from the West End.  The headline acts for the weekend will be,  The Lightning Seeds and Boyzlife, featuring Keith Duffy and Brian McFadden.  Plus lots more entertainment and loads of Children entertainment and activities.        Members can now book via

Celebration Rallies 2025
Yorkshire Pennine 40th Anniversary  17th - 24th April at Bishopthorpe, York.
South Yorkshire     40th Anniversary  2nd -  5th  Mayday weekend at Epworth
East Yorkshire       50th  Anniversary 23rd - 31st May at Driffield

Wishing you all a fantastic summer season

Sandra Wright
Northern Region Chairlady

Call for volunteer members

Are you aware that the Club has a number of dedicated volunteer members that look after the interests of Club members throughout the UK? These are the Club’s Divisions and Regions, and we have a Scottish, Welsh and Irish Division along with seven Regions covering England. The Chair of each of these groups is invited to participate on Club Council, the consultative body of members to the Executive Committee.

The Divisions and Regions have their own councils, which are essentially groups of members who are interested in being part of the Club. These councils meet up to four times a year and meetings are frequently held virtually or as a hybrid meeting for those not able to travel; if you can travel, costs are reimbursed.

The Divisions and Regions get involved in many activities to support and promote the Club, such as ‘Question Time’ events that all members can attend – these give you the opportunity to come along and put questions to Club staff and members of the Executive Committee. There is plenty of opportunity to get involved – see for details.

  • The Northern Region would love to hear from Club members who live in the Northern Region (Cumbria, Durham, Lancashire, Northumberland, Yorkshire) and would like to join them. If you are keen to meet fellow tourers and have an interest in being more involved with the Club please contact Jacquie Horner at


Nominations by 24th September 2024


Sandra Wright

Sandra Wright

Andy Cross

Andy Cross

Jacquie Horner

Jacquie Horner

Ken McKie

Ken McKie






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