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Large site suitable for all levels of experience - as challenging as you wish to make it.

Any level of off roader will enjoy this military site.

Boundary points will be described by marshals on the day and may be barrier taped - please do not cross these.

Care does need to be taken in some areas as sand can be very soft and deceptively difficult to drive, likewise water may disguise sinking sand. If in doubt walk it first. We recommend vehicles have suitable recovery points, front and rear. As with all our events individuals should bring their own recovery gear.

Great Family day out with good visibility for spectators.

£20 for the day and you can now Join Shire Land Rover club on the day.

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Large site suitable for all levels of experience - as challenging as you wish to make it.

Any level of off roader will enjoy this military site.

Boundary points will be described by marshals on the day and may be barrier taped - please do not cross these.

Care does need to be taken in some areas as sand can be very soft and deceptively difficult to drive, likewise water may disguise sinking sand. If in doubt walk it first. We recommend vehicles have suitable recovery points, front and rear. As with all our events individuals should bring their own recovery gear.

Great Family day out with good visibility for spectators.

£20 for the day and you can now Join Shire Land Rover club on the day.

I'll be there getting stuck as usual :huh:

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Yeah, good day out!

The 110 wouldn't start this morning so had to take the baby Camel instead. Only got stuck once... or was it twice... errr, ok, maybe it was 3 times :lol:

And even with all the bumping around 6 month old Izzy slept through everything!

D :)

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We also had a great day. My radiator bleed cap gave up at the end of the day. Managed to get home fine by simply leaving the header tank cap off running the cooling system unpressurised. I think a brass/more substantial replacement cap is in order.

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