Stafford, Staffordshire ST21 6LG
ALRC Try Your Rover Offroad Trial – Open to all Members of ALRC Clubs.
£10 pre-booked – £15 if paid on the day.
Scrutineering from 3.30 to 4.30pm on Saturday – Competition starts at 5pm approx.
Camping available Friday, Saturday, Sunday nights @ £10 per night or £25 for all three – those that pay on the day will incur a further £5 charge on top of their stay (this event only). Toilets will be on site and catering will be provided by Boundary Bangers – there will be a social tent to meet in, but bring your own beers.
Please note when booking in that Running No. is only required for Comp Safari – please answer N/A.
You must put your class down on the booking in – choosing from:-
Class 1 – Qualified Drivers (those that have passed their driving test)
Class 2 – Unqualified Drivers (those that have not passed their driving test)
Class 3 – Modified Vehicle Qualified Drivers
Class 4 – Modified Vehicle Unqualified Drivers
This is an entry level trail for novice drivers from the age of 13 years, and for those wishing to take their showroom spec. motors off roading. There will be 6-8 sections set out for your enjoyment.
Site not via Baden Hall Fisheries entrance.
From The North: M6 Junction 15, take the A519 towards Eccleshall. After about 4 miles you will meet the first roundabout (or island, if you’m a brummie) turn left there onto the A51, after 1/2 mile turn right to Swynnerton, there turn right and go about 2 miles to Cold Meece, there turn left onto Meece Road, after about 1/4 mile turn right through the gate onto the site.
From the South: M6 Junction 14, take A5013 to Eccleshall. In Eccleshall bear right at first mini roundabout, straight over second roundabout on A519 towards Newcastle. As you leave Eccleshall take the right turn towards Drake Hall, Raleigh Hall and Swynnerton. At Cold Meece, turn right onto Meece Road after 1/4 mile turn right through the gate onto the site.