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Leafers at t’Pit 2019 will be held on August Bank Holiday Weekend 2019 at our new home of ..... Apedale Valley Light Railway and Heritage Centre, Loomer Road, Chesterton, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire ST5 7LB Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th 10am to 5pm (Newcastle-Under-Lyme is close to Junction 16 of the M6) Dogs very welcome There will be a small amount of camping pitches available for Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights (camping list will be open soon) The world famous BBQ will be held on Saturday evening Bring along your leafsprung Land Rover to show (any condition!) to be in with chance of winning one of our fabulous trophies and a subscription to Classic Land Rover magazine Or just come along to look at all the Land Rovers and browse the autojumble There is lots to do at this new venue ... A narrow gauge railway where historic steam and diesel locomotives haul trains on a 15 minute round-trip A chance to drive one of these locomotives Tours of a drift mine Museum about the local industries and history The site is right next to the Apedale Community Country Park and just down the road is the Stoke Speedway Stadium Info about Apedale at http://www.avlr.org.uk AND http://www.apedale.co.uk More info about the event can be found here Forum: ttp://www.seriouslyseries.com Website:http://www.leafersatpit.wordpress.com Facebook:http://www.facebook.com/groups/LeafersAtTPit
I had a pleasant surprise today when i discovered that a second Stratford-upon-Avon show is being run this year and it’s in just four weeks. See http://www.adventureoverlandshow.net/adventure-overland-spring-show/ I don’t have any connection, just found it great to wander and look at different setups.
Anyone go to the Adventure Overland show at Stratford last year (2016)? I went the previous 2 years and was a little disappointed in 2015. This year it's a choice between the LRO show at Peterborough the weekend before, or The AO show. My primary (Landy) interest is overlanding and wild camping. Always on the lookout for interesting gear, improvements on old ideas or seminars on useful subjects. Anyone got experience of both shows and can give me an opinion on which might be the best use of the fuel? I have to travel from Inverness.