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Leafers at T'pit 2016 August Bank holiday weekend

Discussion in 'Land Rover Shows' started by mistericeman, Mar 1, 2016.

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  1. mistericeman

    mistericeman Active Member

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    Right folks time to get this one booked into your calendars ....

    2016 Leafers at T'pit charity series ONLY Landrover show,
    The Dates are booked (August Bank holiday weekend 27/28/29th of August) for this years festival of landroverness,
    A weekend of wall to wall series fun at one of Yorkshires best industrial heritage sites,

    The National Coal mining Museum for Great Britain Overton near to Wakefield in Yorkshire is a great family day out on it's own (let alone when it's rammed full of series Landrovers )

    Take the kids on a trip deep underground (Small charge IF you want to leave them down there ;-)) and take a wander around a coal mine and meet the pit ponies .
    Over the August bank holiday weekend At the National Coal Mining Museum Wakefield Yorkshire we will be holding ANOTHER most excellent weekend of wall to wall leafer fun ....It's looking like a bigger AND better show than even last years extravaganza .

    IF you haven't joined us before then WHY not ;-) ....you have missed out BUT worry not there is still time to make up for it

    There is a small (And perfectly formed admission ) that all goes to continue the great work that the National Coal Mining Museum does towards helping inform and educate people on out fascinating industrial heritage .

    Also IF you Fancy shifting some of your tat.....
    err I mean highly valued "Ebay rare" series spares that you are fed up with falling over ?????
    why not bring a heap of it along to LATP and go home with a wallet full of cash instead of a trailer full of stuff
    (Unless you blow the proceeds on other Stuff you saw in someone else's trailer wink emoticon )
    Go on ....
    bring the trailer full of Landrover stuff help raise funds for the NCM AND clear some space into the bargain Autojumble pitches will need to be booked to make sure we can fir you all in .

    Prices ....

    Entry on foot to Leafers at T'pit ...Free
    Vehicle and occupants ................£4 per day (All 3 days £10)
    Camping spot ............................£5 per night
    Autojumble pitch ........................£10 per day (Camping spot included)

    There WILL be a limited number of camping spots available (limited by site conditions) WHEN the camping list opens on a strictly first come first served basis ....
    SO Keep your eyes peeled folks .
     
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    Well IF anyone joined us over the Bank Holiday at the National Coal Mining Museum in Wakefield
    Thank you.....
    Where to start....
    WELL what a fantastic Bank holiday weekend of leafer packed fun...
    New faces, old faces and some fantastic new friendships made.
    Leafers is a bit of an oddball to some folks...
    Maybe seen as a bit 'disorganised' (I prefer relaxed) or not rigidly structured with its slightly "Turn up, tune in AND have fun format?
    OK we don't have booking forms as such OR numbered pegs on the show field... heck you can even sleep in your landrover ON the show field if that's the way you roll...
    A fantastic weekend of series fun with cracking new vehicles to be seen and drooled over.
    weather was, mostly kind and we managed to empty
    5 X 72 pint casks of real ale of various types so no one went thirsty.
    I'm home and sort of unloaded
    BIG BIG thanks to all of you that supported us and helped raise a record amount for the National Coal Mining Museum charity this year (carrying on the year on year increase we have managed over the past years)
    It truly wouldn't be the event it is without ALL of your support....
    Time to start planning next year's event already ;-)
    Ohhhh and the total donation to the National Coal Mining Museum ......
    A very healthy £ 2145
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    Looks like a good time had by all !
    Sad I sold my series 2a now but can't keep em all, great photos by the way.
     
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