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Rally Report


Casino Night Rally, Fun Farm, Weston, Spalding 22 to 24 March 2019

35 motorhomes arrived for our first visit to the Fun Farm at Weston, Spalding. There were visitors from Anglia (6), Yorkshire (1), East Wessex (1), Essex (1) as well as 26 vans from the East Midlands. Paul & Jane, Mick & Bernadette were our Stewards for this rally. I don’t know how they managed to arrange such lovely weather for the weekend – but same again for every rally please! It makes such a difference when the chairs come out and people can sit and relax in the sunshine.

The hall was set up very quickly after the youngsters and their families had vacated the Fun Farm – and the all the usual fun activities began for all our members; bingo, anagrams to solve and a quiz. Our junior members made the most of the play equipment – along with one or two of the more agile ‘older’ members!

On Saturday most ralliers set off either to explore nearby towns or browse round the garden centre conveniently sited next door. There was plenty to see besides the usual plants and garden equipment, including outlet shops, a ‘Birds of Prey’ centre and a couple of cafes/restaurants. In the afternoon the juniors headed back to Fun Farm to ‘take up arms’ in a laser quest battle.

Then it was time to don our ‘toffs’ outfits and head to the Casino with all the usual ‘tables’ at which vast fortunes were either won or lost. We even had time to fit in our Annual Snail Race, with Rachel returning to defend her title. It was like history repeating itself as once again, John Jeys and Rachel Everitt raced each other in the Grand Final – only this time John ‘rode’ to victory and was awarded the highly prized ‘gold’ cup. I mustn’t forget to mention our Junior members, who valiantly fought in a fairly close race, won by Amelia. Then back to the gaming tables for one last mad dash for victory – and the prize of chocolates and Champagne (alright- maybe it was Prosecco), won by Linda with a little gambling advice from Gordon. It’s quite encouraging that our Treasurer can double the money – and more!

Sunday coffee morning with Anne’s Chairman’s Chat, followed by bonus ball results and raffle, brought our rally to a close. But it wouldn’t be right to close the report without mentioning that the staff at the Fun Farm could not have been more helpful and friendly. So, we thank them, the volunteer croupiers and our hard-working Stewards for giving us a wonderful time at our first visit to the Fun Farm. Long may the fun continue!

Sue P