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Seven Sisters off-road weekend 23-24 September, Wales, all welcome!

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23rd - 24th September - Seven Sisters, Wales

  • Miles and miles of off-roading of all forms, from gentle freelander-friendly tracks & trails to horrible mud bugs, rocks, deep water, etc.
  • A fun punch-hunt to keep you entertained, with punches ranging from easy to eviiiiiil
  • Camping at the excellent Dan Yr Ogof Showcaves campsite
  • September Saturday: On-site BBQ feast and NIGHT DRIVING
  • Just about the biggest & bestest off-road site in the UK for all vehicles & abilities
  • Families & dogs welcome
  • The usual friendly Shire LRC marshals & team on hand
  • Teas & coffees on-site for a donation in the charity box
  • Portaloos on-site
  • For each Seven Sisters ticket sold, £5 will go to the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Air Ambulance.

Full details & online booking at www.7Sisters.co.uk

  • Camp site has great facilities, HOT showers, there's an excellent pub over the road, hot & cold running spanners on site, full electric & water hookups available for caravanists.
  • The BBQ feast is a huge all-you-can-eat spread put on by Kim & helpers and includes soft drinks and desserts. You need to book this in advance as we only bring enough food for those who've paid!


  • If you are camping, please book through ShireLRC, don't just turn up at the campsite (they reserve a separate area for the event and booking separately confuses everyone)
  • We cannot accept people turning up "on the day" without a booking, either for the arena or for the campsite.
  • We always get enquiries about non-road-legal trucks, quads/bikes etc. so here's the rules. Any questions please contact us!
  • Closing date for bookings is the Thursday before the event (21st Sep)




Some flavour from previous events:




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Won't make it this year, other plans and the car needs some work :(

Will no doubt be back next year though!

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Another fantastic event as all ways, even with an epic midnight winch recovery.  Looking forward to next year all ready.


A few snaps for those who couldn't make it.



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Great photos as ever David, haven't had a chance to sort through mine yet.

I'm disappointed we didn't have a camera for the "epic midnight recovery" but who expected a Ford Maverick to be somewhere THAT nasty :blink:

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20 minutes ago, FridgeFreezer said:

Ford Maverick


I think I'm allowed to say that :ph34r:

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Honestly if you'd dropped the thing from a helicopter you couldn't have got it anywhere harder to get to! We'll never know how he got it in there (or why, or WTF he was thinking) but it took 2 hours of winching by two capable trucks (Miketomcat's '45' and perv's Bowler) to extract it.

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I believe Ash drove said track in the bowler the next day and dragged piers through in his lightly modified freelander.

Let's just say I'm glad my winch is pto driven as an electric winch would of taken a pasting. He was well stuck in there and had been since 7.30pm so I heard. I needed a brief tow to get out after sliding off the track while turning around. 

It was a great weekend as usual. I love this site as there is literally something for everyone from light green laning to rock crawling over 3ft boulders.


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