1974 till today (Archives)

1972 / 1974 / 1975 / 1976 / 1977 / 1978 / 1979 / 1980

1981 / 1982 / 1983 / 1984 / 1985 / 1986 / 1987 / 1988 / 1989 / 1990

1991 / 1992 / 1993 / 1994 / 1995 / 1996 / 1997 / 1998 / 1999 / 2000

2001 / 2002 / 2003 / 2004 / 2005 / 2006 / 2007 / 2008 / 2009 / 2010

2011 / 2012 / 2013 / 2014 / 2015 / 2016 / 2017 / 2018 / 2019 / 2020

2021 / 2022 / 2023 / 2024 (50th Anniversary) / 2025 / 2026 / 2027



PLEASE if you have any archived photos for our below archives to be published, please send your copied photos to secretary@dcccuk.com.)

Deaf Caravan & Camping Club (DCCC) – Founded 1974
(* including photo archived.)

1974 DCCC
1) Drayton Manor Park (Tamworth, Staffordshire)
2) Ranksborough Hall (Oakham, Leicestershire)



1975 DCCC
1) Riverside Caravan Park (Talgarth, Powys)
2) Alton Towers Caravan Park (Alton, Staffordshire)
3) Sherwood Forest Caravan Park (Old Clipstone, Nottinghamshire)
4) The Rose & Crown (Ridgemont, Bedfordshire)
5) Manor Farm (Thrumpton, Nottinghamshire)
6) The Elms (Stratford-on-Avon, Warwickshire)
7) well Mill Caravan Park (Wansford, Cambridgeshire)


1976 DCCC
1) Wellington Country Park (Riseley, Berkshire)
2) Yews Farm (Spalding, Lincolnshire)
3) Southern Leisure Centre (Chichester, West Sussex)
4) Haytop Farm (Whatstandwell, Derbyshire)
5) The Rose & Crown (Ridgemont, Bedfordshire)
6) Ranksbrough Hall (Oakham, Leicestershire)
7) Cotswold Marine (Cirencester, Gloucestershire)
8) Moorfield Farm (Caythorpe, Lincolnshire)


1977 DCCC
1) Trentham Gardens (Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire)
2) Brynmelyn Park Farm (Llandderfel, Wales)
3) Swiss Farm (Henley-on-Thames)
4) Blackwell Caravan Park (Peak Distrect, Derbyshire)
5) Yarwell Mill Caravan Park (Wansford, Cambridgeshire)


1978 DCCC
1) Kilworth Caravan Park (Lutterworth, Leicestershire)
2) Cake & Ale (Leiston, Suffolk)
3) Cosgrove Lodge Park (Cosgrove, Northamptonshire)
4) Lingsay & Sons (Thorston Holt)
5) Black Horse Caravan Park (Aberford, Yorkshire)
6) Cassington Mill Caravan Park (Cassington, Oxfordshire)
7) Jolly Sail Inn (Tamworth, Staffordshire)



1979 DCCC
1) Decoy Pond Riding & Livery Stable (Beaulieu, Hampshire)*
2) Wellington Country Park (Riseley, Berkshire)
3) The Elms (Stratford-on-Avon, Warwickshire)
4) Emberton Country Park (Olney, Northamptonshire)
5) Forest of Dean, Coleford, Gloucestershire)
6) Kilworth Caravan Park (Lutterworth, Leicestershire)*


1980 DCCC
1) Broadway House Caravan & Camping Park (Cheddar, Somerset)
2) Thanget Wells (Lake District, Cumbria)
3) Haytop Farm (Whatstandwell, Derbyshire)
4) Frogmill Camping site (Hurley, Berkshire)
5) Nanty Mynach (Llandrindod, Powys)
6) Trentham Gardens (Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire)



1981 DCCC North
1) Flamingo Park  (Kirby Misperton, North Yorkshire)
2) Sherwood Forest Caravan Park (Old Clipstone, Manfield, Nottinghamshire)

1981 DCCC South
1) Blackthorn Farm (Coleford, Gloucestershire)
2) Billing Aquadrome (Little Billing, Northamptonshire)

1981 DCCC (Annual Dance & AGM)
1) Spring Bank Holiday – Blue Sky Caravan Park (Bradwell, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk)
2) August Bank Holiday – Landbeach Marina Park  (Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire)
3) AGM – Thornton Holt Caravan & Camping Site (Radcliffe-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire)*

 

1982 DCCC North
1) Ribby Hall Park (North Blackpool, Lancashire)
2) Lower Lacon Caravan Park  (Wem, Shropshire)
3) Greenhills Caravan Park  (Bakewell, Derbyshire)

1982 DCCC South
1) Colchester Camping & Caravan Park (Colchester, Essex)
2) Broadway House Caravan Park & Camping (Cheddar, Somerset)
3) Long Carrant Park (Ashton-Under-Hill, Worcestershire)

1982 DCCC (Annual Dance & AGM)
1) The Elms (Stratford-on-Avon, Warwickshire)

1983 DCCC North
1) Springs Caravan Park (Lothersdale, West Yorkshire)
2) Wild Rose Caravan Park (Appleby in Westmorland, Cumbria)
3) Witton Castle Caravan Park (Willom Le Wear, Durham)
4) Burton Constable Caravan & Camping (Sproatley, Hull, Humberside)
5) Ribby Hall Park (Blackpool, Lancashire)

1983 DCCC South
1) Touchwood Sports Ltd (Oxford, Oxfordshire)
2) Ferry Meadows Caravan Park (Peterborough, Cambridgeshire)
3) Oakdene Country Club (St Leonards, Ringwood, Hampshire)
4) Tudor Arm Caravan & Camping (Slimbridge, Gloucestershire)

1984 DCCC North
1) Brompton on Swale Caravan Park (Richmond, North Yorkshire)
2) Ullswater Caravan & Camping Park (Penrith, Cumbria)
3) Jubilee Caravan Park (Wood Hall Spa, Lincolnshire)

1984 DCCC South
1) Sewardstone Caravan Park (Chingford, Essex) ## Cancelled ##
2) Symondstone Caravan & Camping Park (Farnham, Surrey)
3) Holts Fleet Farm (Worcester, Worcestershire)

1984 DCCC (Bank Holiday / Dance & AGM)
1) Spring Bank Holiday – Morfa Caravan Park (Conwys, North Wales)
2) August Bank Holiday – Greenacres Caravan Park (Tuxford, Nottinghamshire)


1985 DCCC North
1) Fangfoss Old Station Caravan Park (Fangfoss, York, Yorkshire)
2) Chester Southerly Caravan Park (Marlston-Cum-Lache, Chester, Cheshire)
2) Beacon Fell View Caravan Park (Longbridge, Lancashire)

1985 DCCC South
1) Swiss Farm Camping Site (Henley on Thames, Oxfordshire)
2) Kelling Heath Caravan Park (Weybourne, Norfolk)
3) Billing Aquadrome Caravan Park (Little Billing, Northamptonshire)

1985 DCCC South
1) Swiss Farm Camping Site (Henley on Thames, Oxfordshire)
2) Kelling Heath Caravan Park (Weybourne, Norfolk)
3) Billing Aquadrome Caravan Park (Little Billing, Northamptonshire)

1985 DCCC (Bank Holiday / AGM)
1) August Bank Holiday – South Lytchett Manor Caravan Park (Lytchett Minster, Dorset)
2) AGM – Lakeside Golf & Country Club (Stone, Staffordshire)


1986 DCCC North
1) Ullswater Caravan Park (Penrith, Cumbria)
2)Flamingo Land (Kirby Misperton, North Yorkshire)
3) Rudding Caravan Park (Harrogate, North Yorkshire)

1986 DCCC South
1) Riverside Camping Site (Burwell, Cambridgeshire)
2) Sheer Barn Holiday Park (Hasting, East Sussex)

1986 DCCC (Bank Holiday / AGM)
1) Easter Weekend – Laneside Caravan Park (Hope, Derbyshire)
2) Spring Bank Holiday – Faskally Home Farm (Pitlochry, Perthshire, Scotland – One week)
3) Summer Weekend – Small Batch (Ludlow, Worcestershire)
4) AGM – Drayton Manor Park (Tamworth, Staffordshire)

 

1987 DCCC North
1) Finchale Abbey (Durham, County Durham)
2) Grouse Hill Caravan Park (Fylingdales, near Whitby, North Yorkshire)
3) Shaw Hall Farm (Southport, Lancashire)

1987 DCCC South
1) Loseley Park (Guildford, Surrey)
2) Leedons Park Broadway (Broadway, Worcestershire)
3) Newton Mill Touring Centre (Bath, Somerset)

1987 DCCC (Bank Holiday / AGM)
1) Spring Bank Holiday – Hazelbrook Caravan Park (Tenby, Pembrokeshire)
2) August Bank Holiday – North Shore Holiday Centre (Skegness, Lincolnshire)
3) AGM – Kingsbury Water Park (Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands)

 

1988 DCCC North
1) Royal Umpire Caravan Park (Croston, Lancashire)
2) Threaplands House Camping & Caravan Park (Cracoe, North Yorkshire)

1988 DCCC South
1) Forest of Dean (Coleford, Gloucestershire)
2) Southern Leisure Centre & Touring Park (Chichester, Sussex)
3) Peewit Caravan Park (Felixstowe, Suffolk)
4) Ferry Meadows Caravan Club site (Peterborough, Cambridgeshire)*

1988 DCCC (Bank Holiday / AGM)
1) Easter Weekend – Severn Gorge Caravan Park (Telford, Shropshire)
2) August Bank Holiday – Laneside Caravan Park (Hope, Derbyshire)

 

1989 DCCC North
1) Hale Hall (Cheadle, Staffordshire)
2) Mill Farm (Chesterfield, Derbyshire)*
3) Chester Southerly Caravan Park (Marlston-cum-Lache, Cheshire)

1989 DCCC South
1) Broadway House Caravan & Camping Park (Cheddar, Somerset)
2) The Woodland Park Caravan & Camping (Warminster, Wiltshire)  ##Cancelled##

1989 DCCC (Bank Holiday / AGM)
1) August Bank Holiday – Cwber Caravan & Camping Park (Rhyl, Wales)
2) AGM – The Elms Camp (Stratford-on-Avon, Warwickshire)

 

1990 DCCC North
1) Cranberry Moss Camping & Caravan Park (Oswestry, Shropshire)
2) Cherry Arose Caravan & Camping Park (Scarborough, Yorkshire)
3) Warren House Caravan Site (Ripley, North Yorkshire)
4) Todber Caravan Park (Clitheroe, Lancashire)

1990 DCCC South
1) Swiss Farm Camping Site (Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire)
2) Buckle caravan & Camping Park (Seaford, East Sussex)

1990 DCCC (Bank Holiday / AGM)
1) Easter Weekend – Riverside Caravan Park (Malvern, Worcestershire)
2) August Bank Holiday – Lower Tye Camp Site (Hayling Islands, Hampshire)



1991 DCCC North
1) Old Hall Farm (Sudbrook, Lincolnshire)     ## Cancelled ##
2) Broadfields Caravan & Camping (Morecambe, Lancashire)
3) Elvaston Castle Country Park (Elvaston, Derbyshire)
4) The Star Caravan & Camping Park (Cotton, Staffordshire)

1991 DCCC South
1) Brook Lodge Caravan Park (Cowslip Green Red Hill, Bristol)
2) Long Acres Farm Caravan & Camping (Lingfield, Surrey)
3) Sandyholme Holiday Park (Dorchester, Dorset)

1991 DCCC (Bank Holiday / AGM)
1) Spring Bank Holiday – Pengarreg Caravan Park (Llanrhystud, Aberystwyth, Wales)
2) August Bank Holiday – Burton Constable Caravan & Camping Park (Sproatley, near Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire)*
3) AGM – Drayton Manor Park (Tamworth, Staffordshire)

 

1992 DCCC North
1) Severn Gorge Caravan Park (Telford, Shropshire)
2) Holme Pierrepont Sports Centre & Country Park (Nottingham, Nottinghamshire)
3) Windy Harbour Holiday Centre (Singleton, near Blackpool, Lancashire)

1992 DCCC South
1) Billing Aquadrome (Little Billing, Northamptonshire)
2) Rose Farm Caravan & Camping (Belton, near Great Yarmouth, Norfolk)
3) Swinford Farm Camping Site (Eynsham, Oxfordshire)

1992 DCCC (Bank Holiday / AGM)
1) Bank Holiday One week – Bracelands (Forest of Dean (Coleford, Gloucestershire)
2) AGM – The Elms Camp (Stratford-on-Avon, Warwickshire)

 

1993 DCCC North
1) Poplar Farm Caravan Park (Acaster Malbis, Yorkshire)
2) Royal Umpire Caravan Park (Croston, Lancashire)
3) Wyndham Holiday Park (Cockermouth, Cumbria)
4) Gateway Caravan Park (Osmaston, Derbyshire)

1993 DCCC South
1) Tackeroo Caravan Site (Rugeley, Staffordshire)
2) Edithmead Leisure Park (Highbridge, Somerset)
3) Billing Aquadrome (Little Billing, Northamptonshire)
4) Long Acre Farm Caravan & Camping Park (Lingfield, Surrey)

1993 DCCC(Bank Holiday / AGM)
1) The Elms Camp (Stratford-on-Avon, Warwickshire)


1994 DCCC North
1) Kelham Hall (Newark, Nottinghamshire)
2) Hollingworth Lakes Caravan Park (Rochdale, Lancashire)
3) Lower Lacon Caravan Park (Wem, Shrewsbury, Shropshire) ##Cancelled##
4) Jubilee Park (Woodhall Spa, Lincolnshire) ##Cancelled##
5) Riverside Touring & Leisure Centre (Southport, Merseyside)
6) Riverside Caravan Park (Worksop, Nottinghamshire)

1994 DCCC South
1) Chichester Girls High School (Chichester, West Sussex)
2) Farm Meadow Camping & Caravan Park (Banham Zoo, Norfolk)
3) Blackland Lakes (Calne, Wiltshire)
4) Tyler Hill Field & Memorial Hall (Canterbury, Kent)

1994 DCCC (Bank Holiday / AGM / 20th Anniversary)
1) Bank Holiday & 20th Anniversary – Cwybr Fawr (Rhyl, Wales)
2) AGM – The Elms Camp (Stratford-on-Avon, Warwickshire)

 

1995 DCCC North
1) Field House Farm (Clitheroe, Lancashire)
2) Rufforth Playing Fields (Rufforth, Yorkshire)
3) Laneside Caravan Park (Castleton, Derbyshire)
4) Broadfield Caravan Park (Morecambe, Lancashire)
5) Gateway Caravan Park (Osmaston, Derbyshire)

1995 DCCC South
1) Riverside Caravan Park (Malvern, Worcestershire)
2) Broadway House Caravan Park (Cheddar, Somerset)
3) Cosgrove Leisure Park (Cosgrove, Northamptonshire)
4) Leatherhead Leisure Centre (Leatherhead, Surrey)

1995 DCCC (Bank Holiday / AGM)
1) August Bank Holiday – Manor Farm Caravan Site (Seaton, Devon)
2) AGM – The Elms Camp (Stratford-on-Avon, Warwickshire)

 

1996 DCCC North
1) Whatoff Lodge (Loughborough, Leicestershire)
2) Hatfield Marina (Hatfield, South Yorkshire)
3) Riverside Touring & Leisure Centre (Southport, Lancashire)
4) Fylde Rugby Club (St Annes, Lancashire)
5) Hale Hall (Cheadle, Staffordshire)
6) Sherwood Forest Caravan Park (Edwinstowe, Nottinghamshire)

1996 DCCC South
1) Billing Aquadrome (Little Billing, Northamptonshire) ##Cancelled##
2) Whitbread Hop Farm (Tonbridge, Kent)
3) Manor House (Barford St Michael, Oxfordshire)

1996 DCCC (Bank Holiday / AGM)
1) August Bank Holiday – Gatton Waters (Sandringham, Norfolk)
2) AGM – The Elms Camp (Stratford-on-Avon, Warwickshire)

 

1997 DCCC North
1) Barn Farm (Matlock, Derbyshire)
2) Long Ashes Parks (Grassington, North Yorkshire)
3) Ilkley Rugby Union Football Club (Ilkley, West Yorkshire)
4) Windy Harbour Caravan Park (Little Singleton, near Blackpool, Lancashire)
5) Greensprings Touring Park (Worsborough, South Yorkshire)
6) Riverside Caravan Park (Worksop, Nottinghamshire)

1997 DCCC South
1) The Horse & Jockey Public House (Kidderminster, Worcestershire)
2) Grange Farm (Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire)
3) Marlow Rugby Club (Marlow, Buckinghamshire)
4) Longleat Safari Caravan Park (Longleat, near Warminster, Wiltshire)

1997 DCCC (Bank Holiday / AGM)
1) Spring Bank Holiday – Wood Park Caravan Park (Tenby, Pembrokeshire, Wales)
2) August Bank Holiday – Bardsea Leisure Park (Ulverston, Cumbria)
3) AGM – Manor Farm (Nuneaton, Warwickshire)

 

1998 DCCC North
1) Hatfield Marina (Doncaster, South Yorkshire)
2) Fylde Rugby Club (St Annes, near Blackpool, Lancashire)
3) Dalesbridge Outdoor Centre (Austwick, near Settle, North Yorkshire)
4) The Hollies (Tarporley, Cheshire)
5) Fell End Caravan Park (Hale, Cumbria)
6) Grouse & Claret Caravan Park (Matlock, Derbyshire) (no details provided)

1998 DCCC South
1) Lickhall Manor Caravan Park (Stourport-on-Severn, Worcestershire)
2) Farm Meadow Camping & Caravan Park (Banham Zoo, Norfolk)
3) Raylands Caravan Park (Horsham, Sussex)
4) Billing Aquadrome (Little Billing, Northamptonshire)

1998 DCCC (Bank Holiday / AGM)
1) DCCC Spring Bank Holiday –  Country Meadows Holiday Park (Ingoldmells, near Skegness, Lincolnshire)
2) DCCC August Bank Holiday – Brompton Caravan & Camping Park (Richmond, North Yorkshire)
3) DCCC AGM – Gateway Caravan Park (Ashbourne, Derbyshire)


1999 DCCC North
1) Gateway Caravan Park (Ashbourne, Derbyshire)
2) Kendal Rugby Union Football (Kendal, Cumbria)
3) Bryn Gloch Caravan & Camping Park (Caernarfon, Gwynedd, North Wales)
4) Knaresborough Football Club Ground Site (Knaresborough, Yorkshire)
5) Bank House Farm (Hartington, near Buxton, Derbyshire)
6) Stocking Farm Camping (Calver, near Bakewell, Derbyshire)
7) Fell End Caravan Park (Hale, near Milnthorpe, Cumbria)

1999 DCCC South
1) Hatton Country World (Hatton, Warwickshire)*
2) Dorewards Hall (Braintree, Essex)
3) Gateway Caravan Park (Ashbourne, Derbyshire)


1999 DCCC (AGM / 25th Anniversary / Millennium 2000)
1) DCCC 25th Anniversary – Higher Harley Caravan Park (Padstow, Cornwall)
2) DCCC AGM – The Elms Camp (Stratford-on-Avon, Warwickshire)
3) DCCC Millennium 2000 – Grouse & Claret Caravan Park (Matlock, Derbyshire) (missing details)

 

2000 DCCC North
1) Keswick Rugby Football Club (Keswick, Cumbria)
2) Whinstone View Farm (Cleveland, North Yorkshire)
3) Fylde Rugby Union Football Club (Lytham St Annes, near Blackpool, Lancashire)
4) Holme Valley Camping & Camping Park (Thongsbridge, near Holmfirth, West Yorkshire)
5) Ashles Lane Caravan & Camping Park (Staveley, near Kendal, Cumbria)

2000 DCCC South
1) Broadway House Caravan & Camping Park (Cheddar, Somerset)
2) Plough Public House (Great Mundeb, near Ware, Hertsfordshire)
3) Woburn Abbey (Woburn, Bedfordshire)

2000 DCCC (Bank Holiday / AGM)
1) DCCC AGM – Riverside Caravan Park (Stratford-on-Avon)

 



We’re renaming to DCCCuk (Deaf Caravanning & Camping Club uk) and a new logo that
we have announced that we planed to change the name of our previous DCCC to a new brand name: DCCCuk,
the name changed took effect on 1st January 2001.


2001 DCCCuk – Deaf Camping & Caravanning Club North (DCCCN)
1) Claylands Caravan Park (Garstang, Lancashire)
2) Holme Pierrepont Caravan & Camping Park (Nottingham, Nottinghamshire)
3) Dales Bank Holiday Park (Silsden, near Keighley, West Yorkshire)
4) Northwood Hall Caravan Touring Park (Kelsall, Cheshire)
5) Shardlow Marina Caravan Park (Shardlow, Derbyshire)
6) Doe Park Caravan Site (Barnard Castle, County Durham)
7) Fell Ends Caravan Park (Hale, near Milnthorpe, Cumbria)

2001 DCCCuk – Deaf Camping & Caravanning Club South (DCCCS)
1) Fakenham Racecourse (Fakenham, Norfolk)
2) The Cross Keys Public House (Pulloxhill, Bedfordshire)
3) The Mill Caravan Park (Cassington, Oxfordshire)
4) Hollyfast Caravan Park (Allesley, near Coventry, West Midlands)
5) Leedons Park Broadway (Broadway, Worcestershire)

2001 DCCCuk (Bank Holiday / AGM)
1) August Bank Holiday – Brynich Caravan Park (Brecon, Powys, Wales)
2) AGM – Blackmore Camping & Caravan Club Site (Hanley Swan, Malvern, Worcestershire)


2002 DCCCuk – Deaf Camping & Caravanning Club North (DCCCN)
1) Clayland Caravan Park (Garstang, near Preston, Lancashire)
2) Leisure Lakes (near Tarleton, Preston, Lancashire)
3) Bardsea Leisure Park (Ulverston, Cumbria)
4) Poplar Farm Caravan Park (Acaster Malbis, York, Yorkshire)
5) Ilkley Rugby Union Club (Ilkley, West Yorkshire)
6) Keswick Rugby Football Club (Keswick, Cumbria)
7) Holme Valley Camping & Caravan Park (Holmfirth, West Yorkshire)

2002 DCCCuk – Deaf Camping & Caravanning Club Midlands (DCCCM)
1) Cotswold View Caravan & Camping Site (Charlbury, Oxfordshire)
2) Manor Farm (Upton, near Nuneaton, Warwickshire)
3) Home Farm Holidays Touring Caravan & Camping Park (Edithmead, near Burnham-on-Sea, Somerset)
4) Northampton – No details provided.
5) Hales Hall Caravan & Camping Park (Cheadle, Staffordshire)
6) Bridge Inn (Dorrington, near Shrewsbury, Shropshire)*

2002 DCCCuk (Annual Holiday / AGM)
1) Annual Holiday – Dinarth Hall Camping & Caravan Park (Rhos-on-Sea, Conwy County Borough, North Wales)
2) DCCCuk AGM – Shardlow Marina Caravan Park (Shardlow, Derbyshire)

 

2003 DCCCuk  – Deaf Camping & Caravanning Club North (DCCCN)
1) Beacon Fell View Holiday Park (Longridge, near Preston, Lancashire)
2) Callow Top Holiday Park (Ashbourne, Derbyshire)
3) Woodclose Caravan Park (Kirkby Lonsdale, Cumbria)
4) Abbey Farm Caravan Park (LLangollen, Denbighshire, Wales)
5) Knaresborough Town AFC (Knaresborough, North Yorkshire)
6) Hollingworth Lake Caravan Park (Littleborough, Lancashire)
7) Lowther Holiday Park (Penrith, Cumbria)
8) Westby Hall Farm (Westby, Preston, Lancashire)
9) Fireworks Night – (No details provided.)
10) Royal Umpire Caravan Park (Croston, Lancashire)

2003 DCCCuk – Deaf Camping & Caravanning Club Midlands (DCCCM)
1) Ranksborough Hall (Langham, Rutland)
2) North Store Holiday Centre (Skegness, Lincolnshire)
3) Seven Gorge Park (Telford, Shropshire)
4) Hatton Country World (Hatton, Warwickshire)
5) Lakeside Caravan Site (Upton, near Nuneaton, Warwickshire)
6) Ranch Caravan Park (Evesham, Worcestershire)
7) Fireworks Night – (No details provided.)
8) New Year Festival’s Party – (No details provided.)

2003 DCCCuk – Deaf Camping & Caravanning Club South (DCCCS)
1) Cotswold View Camping & Caravan Park (Charlbury, Oxfordshire)
2) Swiss Farm International Camping (Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire)
3) Crystal Lakes (Fenstandon, near Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire)

2003 DCCCuk – Welcome Deaf Campers (WDC)
1) Basingstoke Canal Centre Campsite (Mytchett, Hampshire)
2) Unknown – no details provided.)
3) Beale Park (Reading, Berkshire)
4) Retreat Farm (Little Baddow, Chelmsford, Essex)
5) The Wagon & Horse Public House (Steeple Morden, near Royston, Hertfordshire)
6) Bagwell Farm Touring Park (Chickerell, near Weymouth, Dorset)
7) Caravanning & Camping Club Chertsey (Chertsey, Surrey)

2003 DCCCuk (Annual / AGM)
1) DCCCuk Annual & AGM – Lickhill Manor Caravan Park (Stourport-on-Severn, Worcestershire)


2004 DCCCuk – Deaf Camping & Caravanning Club North (DCCCN)
1) Kendal Rugby Union Football Club (Kendal, Cumbria)
2) (No details provided.
3) Black Swan Inn (Thornten-Le-Moor, near Northallerton, North Yorkshire)
4) Manor House Farm (Wighill, Tadcaster, North Yorkshire)
5) Eastham Hall Caravan Park (Lytham, Lancashire)
6) Knight Stainforth Hall (Little Stainforth, near Settle, North Yorkshire)
7) Laneside Caravan Park (Hope, Hope Valley, Derbyshire)
8) Brooklyn Park & Country Club (Southport, Merseyside)
9) Lowther Holiday Park (Emont Bridge, near Penrith, Cumdria)

2004 DCCCuk – Deaf Camping & Caravanning Club Midlands (DCCCM)
1) Billing Aquadrome (Little Billing, Northampton, Northamptonshire)
2) (No details provided.)
3) Eastham Hall Caravan Park (Lytham, Lancashire)
4) Thornton’s Holt Camping Park (Radcliffe-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire)
5) Lakeside Traven Public House (Barlaston Stone, Staffordshire)
6) Greyhounds Inn Public House (Swadlincote, Derbyshire)
7) Beehive Farm Woodlands Lakes (Rosliston, Derbyshire)
8) Severn Gorge Park (Tweedle, Telford, Shropshire)

2004 DCCCuk – Deaf Camping & Caravanning Club South (DCCCS)
1) Southview Park Homes (Winchester, Hampshire)
2) Woodlands Park (Biddenden, Kent)

2004 DCCCuk – Welcome Deaf Campers (WDC)
1) Sandy Balls Holiday Centre (Fordingbridge, Hampshire)
2) Cotswold View Camping & Caravan Park (Charlbury, OXfordshire)
3) Sandwich Leisure Caravan Park (Sandwich, Kent)
4) Buckingham Railway Centre (Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire)
5) Appleacre Caravan Park (Fowlmere, Royston, Hertfordshire)
6) The Elms Caravans & Camping Park (High Beach, Epping Forest, Loughton, Essex)

2004 DCCCuk (Annual / AGM)
1) DCCCuk Annual & AGM – (No details provided.)


2005 DCCCuk – Deaf Camping & Caravanning Club North (DCCCN)
1) Goldern Square Caravan & Camping Park (Oswaldkirk, near Helmsley, Yorkshire)
2) Charity Farm Caravan & Camping Park (Wrighington, North Wigan, Lancashire)
3) Lea House Farm (Middlewich, Cheshire)
4) Newsholme Manor House Camping & Carvanning (Oakworth, Keighley, West Yorkshire)
5) Lakeland Leisure Park (Flookburgh, Cumbria)
6) Dalston Hall Caravan Park (Carlisle, Cumbria)
7) Beacon Fell View Holiday Park (Longridge, near Preston, Lancashire)
8) New Year Festival’s Party – (No details provided.)

2005 DCCCuk – Deaf Camping & Caravanning Club Midlands (DCCCM)
1) Riverside Caravan Park (Stratford-Upon-Avon, Warwickshire)
2) “Tameview” (Cliff, near Kingsbury, Staffordshire)
3) Shardaroba Caravan Park (Teversal, Nottinghamshire)
4) Red Lion Farm (Haughton, Staffordshire)
5) Ranch Caravan Park (Honeybourne, Evesham, Worcestershire)

2005 DCCCuk – Welcome Deaf Campers (WDC)
1) Camping & Caravanning Club Chertsey (Chertsey, Surrey)
2) National Motorhome Show, East of England Showground (Alwaton, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire)
3) Mayfield Park (Cirencester, Gloucestershire)
4) Southern Motorcaravan Show, Newbury Showground (Chieveley, Newbury, Berkshire)
5) Fox & Duck (Stotford, Hertfordshire)
6) Horam Manor Touring Park (Horam, near Heathfield, East Sussex)
7) Highclere Farm Country Touring Park (Seer Green, Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire)
8) Gate House Wood Touring Park (Wrotham Heath, Sevenoaks, Kent)
9) Buttyland Touring Park (Manorbier, near Tenby, Pembrokeshire, South Wales)
10) Rockley Park Holiday Park (Hamworthly, Poole, Dorset)

2005 DCCCuk (Annual / AGM / Events)
1) DCCCuk Annual – Scotland (No details provided.)
2) DCCCuk AGM – Hatton Country World (Hatton, Warwickshire)
3) DCCCuk Event – British Deaf Astronomical Association at Horam Manor Touring Park (Horam, near Heathfield, East Sussex)

 

2006 DCCCuk – Deaf Camping & Caravanning Club North (DCCCN)
1) Pennine View Caravan & Camping Park (Kirkby Stephen, Cumbria)
2) South Lakelands Caravans (Heysham, Lancashire)
3) Burton Constable Holiday Park (Sproatley, East Riding of Yorkshire)
4) DCCCN’s Open meeting  (No details provided.)
5) Wyreside Lakes Fishery (Bay Horse, Lancashire)
6) Rudding Caravan Site (Harrogate, Yorkshire – No details provided.)

2006 DCCCuk – Deaf Camping & Caravanning Club Midlands (DCCCM)
1) Hollyfast Caravan Park (Allesley, Coventry, Warwickshire)
2) Dunston Health Farm (Strafford, Staffordshire)
3) Marston Caravan & Camping Park (Marston, 
4) Binton Social Club (Strafford-on-Avon, Warwickshire)
5) DCCCM New Year Celebration – no details provided.)

2006 DCCCuk – Welcome Deaf Campers (WDC)
1) The Rose & Crown (Ridgemont, near Milton Keynes, Bedfordshire)
2) National Motorhome Show (East of England Showground, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire)
3) Southern Motorcaravan Show (Newbury Showground, Newbury, Berkshire)
4) Trumplet Inn Caravan Site, The Old Barn (Ledbury, Herefordshire) (WDC’s celebration – 20 Years Anniversary)*
5) Swiss Farm International Touring & Camping (Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire)

2006 DCCCUK (Annual / AGM)
1) DCCCuk Annual in France* (No details provided.)
2) DCCCuk AGM – Hoar Park Craft Village (Ansley, Nuneaton, Warwickshire)


2007 DCCCuk – Deaf Camping & Caravanning Club North (DCCCN)
1) Wyreside Lake Fishery (Bay House, near Lancaster, Lancashire)
2) Booby Shafto Caravan Park (Beamish, County Durham)
3) The Croft Caravan & Campsite (Hawkshead, near Ambleside, Cumbria)
4) Rolls Royce Leisure Club (Barnoldswick, Lancashire)
5) Elm Cottage Caravan Park (Winsford, Cheshire)
6) York Motorhome Show, York Racecourse (York, Yorkshire)
7) Wyreside Lake Fishery (Bay House, Lancashire)
8) New Year Eve’s  Celebration – (No details provided.)

2007 DCCCuk – Deaf Camping & Caravanning Club Midlands (DCCCM)
1) Red Lion Farm (Haughton, Staffordshire)
2) Smeaton’s Lake (Newark, Nottinghamshire) (DCCCM’s 5 Years Anniversary Celebration)
3) Marston Caravan & Camping Park (Marston, Birmingham, West Midlands)
4) New Year Eve’s Celebration – (no details provided.)

2007 DCCCuk – Welcome Deaf Campers (WDC)
1) Park Farm Caravan & Camping Site (Bodiam, East Sussex)
2) National Motorhome Show, East of England Showground (Peterborough, Cambridgeshire)
3) Hurley Riverside Park (Maidenhead, Berkshire)
4) Dorewards Hall (Braintree, Essex)
5) Glebe Lakes (Fringford, Bicester, Oxfordshire)
6) (No details provided.)

2007 DCCCuk (Annual / AGM)
1) DCCCuk Annual Holiday – Aeron Coast Caravan Park (Aberaeron, Wales)
2) DCCCuk AGM – Lakeside Tavern Public House (Barlaston, near Stone, Staffordshire)



2008 DCCCuk – Deaf Camping & Caravanning Club North (DCCCN)
1) Ashfield Caravan Camping Park (Malton, North Yorkshire)
2) Part Raikes Caravan Park (Great Eccleston, Preston, Lancashire)
3) Dinlle Caravan Park (Caernarfon, Gwynedd, North Wales)
4) Hawkshead Hall Farm (Hawkshead, Ambleside, Cumbria)
5) Cottage Farm Caravan Park (Taddington, Buxton, Derbyshire)
6) Northern Motorhome Show, York Racecourse (York, Yorkshire)
7) DCCCuk’s Bonfire Weekend (No details provided)
8) DCCCuk’s New Year Celebration (No details provided)

2008 DCCCuk – Deaf Camping & Caravanning Club Midlands (DCCCM)
1) Marston Caravan & Camping Park (Marston, Birmingham, West Midlands)
2) Manor Farm (Upton, Nuneaton, Warwickshire)
3) Thornton’s Holt Camping Park (Radcliffe-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire)
4) The Wingfield Arms (Shrewsbury, Shropshire)
5) R.A.F Barkston Heath (Barkston Heath, Lincolnshire)
6) Lickhill Manor Caravan Park (Stourport-on-Severn, Worcestershire)
7) Three Countries Caravan & Motorhome Show (Malvern, Worcestershire)
8) DCCCM’s Bonfire Weekend (No details provided)
9) DCCCM’s New Year Celebration (No details provided)

2008 DCCCuk – Welcome Deaf Campers (WDC)
1) The Deers Hut Public House (Liphook, Hampshire)
2) National Motorhome Show, East of England Showground (Alwaton, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire)
3) 50th Spalding Flower Parade, Gleeds Girl Tecnology College (Spalding, Lincolnshire)
4) Lorkins Farm (Orsett, Gray, Essex)
5) Bloxham Vintage Vehicle Rally & Country Fayre (Bloxham, Banbury, Oxfordshire)
6) Swiss Farm International Touring & Camping (Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire)
7) Warden Springs Holiday Park (Eastchurch, Isle of Sheppey, Kent)
8) Wellington County Park (Riseley, Reading, Berkshire)

2008 DCCCuk (Annual / AGM / Events)
1) DCCCuk Annual – Holland (No details provided.)
2) DCCCuk Event – British Deaf Astronomical Association at Kelling Heath Leisure Park (Holt, Weybourne, North Norfolk)
3) DCCCuk AGM – Hardwaick Park (Standlake, Witney, Oxfordshire)



2009 DCCCuk – Deaf Camping & Caravanning Club North (DCCCN)
1) Wyreside Lakes Fishery (Bar Horse, Lancashire)
2) High Laning Farm Caravan & Camping Park (Dent, Sedbergh, Cumbria)
3) Lodge Barn (Langcliffe, Settle, North Yorkshire)
4) Holmeswood Village Hall (Holmeswood, near Ormskirk, West Lancashire)
5) DCCCN’s Bonfire Weekend (No details provided.)
6) DCCCN’s New Year Celebrations at Wyreside Lakes Fishery (Bar Horse, Lancashire) – No details provided.

2009 DCCCuk – Deaf Camping & Caravanning Club Midlands (DCCCM)
1) Lucksall Caravan & Camping Park (Mordiford, Hereford, Herefordshire)
2) Lower Lacon Caravan Park (Wem, near Shrewsbury, Shropshire)
3) DCCCM – Bank Holiday @ Rutland (No details provided.)
4) Weston Park International Model, Weston Park (Weston under Lizard, near Shifnal, Shropshire)
5) Western Motorhome Show, Three Countries Showground (Malvern, Worcestershire)
6) R.A.F Barkston Heath (Barkston Heath, Lincolnshire)
7) Moddershall Cricket Club (Moddershall, Stone, Staffordshire)
8) Thornton’s Holt Camping Park (Radcliffe on Trent, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire)
9) DCCCM’s Bonfire Night Weekend. (No details provided.)
10) DCCCM’s New Year Celebrations. (No details provided.)

2009 DCCCuk – Welcome Deaf Campers (WDC)
1) Emberton Country Park (Emberton, Buckinghamshire)
2) National Motorhome Show, East of England Showground (Alwaton, Peterborough, Cambridge)
3) Caravan & Motorhome Show, Appletree Exhibition & Shows Kent Showground (Thurnham, Maidstone, Kent)
4) Radwell Mill Lake Site (Baldock, Hertfordshire)
5) Swiss Farm International Touring & Camping (Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire)
6) Big Meadow Caravan & Camping Park (Berrynarbor, Ilfracombe, North Devon)
7) Wellington Country Park (Riseley, Reading, Berkshire)

2009 DCCCuk (Annual / AGM)
1) DCCCuk 35th Anniversary Celebration – Billing Aquadrome (Little Billing, Northampton, Northamptonshire)
2) DCCCuk AGM – Doncaster College for the Deaf (Doncaster, Yorkshire)


2010 DCCCuk – Deaf Camping & Caravanning Club North (DCCCN)
1) Yafforth Parkland (Northallerton, Yorkshire)
2) The Griffin Inn (Trevalyn, Wrexham, Cheshire)
3) Gibraltar Farm Camp Site (Silverdale, Lancashire)
4) Rolls Royce Leisure Club (Baroldwick, Lancashire)
5) Thongsbridge, Holme Valley Camping & Caravan Park (Holmfirth, West Yorkshire)
6) Lowther Holiday Park (Eamont Bridge, Penrith, Cumbria)
7) The Royal Umpire Touring Park (Croston, Lancashire)

2010 DCCCuk – Deaf Camping & Caravanning Club Midlands (DCCCM)
1) Red Lion Farm (Haughton, Staffordshire)
2) Manor Farm (Upton, Nuneaton, Warwickshire)

2010 DCCCuk – Welcome Deaf Campers (WDC)
1) Burton Hill Caravan Park (Malmesbury, Wiltshire)
2) National Motorhome Show, East of England Showground (Alwaton, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire)
3) Top End Village Stores & Caravan Site (Little Staughton, Bedfordshire)
4) Stonham Barns Caravan & Camping Park (Stonham Aspal, Stowmarket, Suffolk)
5) Bloxham Vintage Vehicle Rally & Country Fayre (Bloxham, Banbury)
6) Hidden Spring Vineyard (Horam, East Sussex)
7) Sandwich Leisure Ltd (Sandwich, Kent)
8) The Isle of Avalon (Glastonbury, Somerset)

2010 DCCCuk (Annual / AGM)
1) DCCCuk Annual – Hawkchurch Country Park (Hawkchurch, Axminster, Devon)
2) DCCCuk AGM – The Peak Gateway (Ashbourne, Derbyshire)


2011 DCCCuk – Deaf Camping & Caravanning Club North (DCCCN)
1) Kendal Rugby Union Football Club (Kendal, Cumbria)
2) Black Bull Caravan Park (Pickering, North Yorkshire) [10th Anniversary Celebration]
3) Northwood Hall County Park (Kelsall, Chester, Cheshire)
4) Greaves Farm Caravan Park (Grange-Over-Sand, Cumbria)
5) The Peacock Public House (Cutthorpe, Chesterfield, South Yorkshire)
6) Top Field (Keighley, West Yorkshire)
7) Riverside Holiday Park (Southport, Merseyside)
8) The Olive Grove Bar and Grill (Broxton, near Chester, Cheshire)

2011 DCCCuk – Deaf Camping & Caravanning Club Midlands (DCCCM)
No running this season 2011 due no managements.

2011 DCCCuk – Welcome Deaf Campers (WDC)
1) (Missing details to be provided for Easter weekend.)
2) Huntingdon Boat Haven & Camping Park (Godmanchester, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire)
3) Hill Cottage Farm (Aldershot, Fordingbridge, Hampshire) [25th Anniversary]
4) Burford Caravan Club Site (Burford, Oxfordshire)
5) The Strangers Home & Caravan & Campsite (Manningtree, Essex)
6) Hidden Spring Vineyard (Horam, Essex)
7) Billing Aquadrome (Little Billing, Northampton, Northamptonshire)

2011 – DCCCuk (Annual / AGM / Event)
1) DCCCuk Annual – Faskally Caravan Park (Pitlochry, Perthshire, Scotland)
2) DCCCuk AGM – Riverside Park, Stratford upon Avon, Staffordshire.)


2012 DCCCuk – Deaf Camping & Caravanning Club North (DCCCN)
1) Kirkland & Catterall Memorial Hall (Churchtown, Garstang, Preston, Lancashire)
2) Duke of York Pub (Pomeroy, Buxton, Derbyshire)
3) Alnwick Rugby Club (Alnwick, Northumberland)
4) Haslingden Cricket Club (Haslingden, Rossendale, Lancashire)
5) Plum Tree Field Caravan & Camping Site (Blackpool, Lancashire)
6) Lockside Caravan Park (Ripon, North Yorkshire)
7) Royal Umpire Caravan Park (Croston, near Preston, Lancashire)
8) The Royal Oak (Hirst Courtney, Selby, North Yorkshire)

2012 DCCCuk – Deaf Camping & Caravanning Club Midlands (DCCCM)
No running this season 2012 due no managements.

2012 Welcome Deaf Campers (WDC)
1) Polstead Camping & Caravanning Club Site (Polstead, Suffolk)
2) The National Motorhome Show, East of England Showground (Peterborough, Cambridgeshire)
3) Horam Manor Touring Park (Horam, East Sussex)
4) Bloxham Vintage Vehicle Rally & Country Fayre (Bloxham, Banbury, Oxfordshire)
5) Lucksall Caravan & Camping Park (Hereford, Herefordshire)
6) The Huntsman & Hounds (Althorne, Essex)

2012 DCCCuk (Annual / AGM)
1) DCCCuk Annual – Woodlands Caravan Park (Upper Sheringham, North Norfolk)
2) DCCCuk AGM – Doncaster College for the Deaf (Doncaster, Yorkshire)

 

2013 DCCCuk – Deaf Camping & Caravanning Club North (DCCCN)
1) Severn House Campsite (Shrewsbury, Shropshire)
2) Dale Hey Farm (Ribchester, Lancashire)
3) Grasmere Sport Field (Grasmere, Cumbria)
4) Bay View Caravan Park (Bolton-le-Sands, Carnforth, Lancashire)
5) Landsdowne Camping (Hesketh Bank, Southport, Lancashire)
6) Bridge House Marina & Caravan Park (Nateby, Garstang, Lancashire)
7) DCCCN’s New Year Celebrations (No details provided.)

2013 DCCCuk – Central Deaf Camping (CDC)
1) The Green Man (Long Itchington, Warwickshire)
2) (No details to be provided for CDC Rally No.02.)
3) (No details to be provided for CDC Rally No.03.)

2013 DCCCuk – Welcome Deaf Campers (WDC)
1) Neal Place Farm (Canterbury, Kent)
2) Two Acres Caravan & Camping (Ely, Cambridgeshire)
3) Steading Park Campsite (Newbourne, Ipswich, Suffolk)
4) Bloxham Vintage Vehicle Rally & Country Fayre (Bloxham, Banbury, Oxfordshire)
5) Basingstoke Canal Visitor Centre (Mytchett, Surrey)
6) Rutland caravan & Camping Park (Oakham, Rutland, East Midlands)
7) Three Lakes Caravan & Camping Site (Ware, Hertfordshire)

2013 DCCCuk (Annual / AGM)
1) DCCCuk’s Annual – (No details to be provided for DCCCuk’s Annual in Wales)
2) DCCCuk’s AGM – Shardlow Marina & Caravan Park (Shardlow, Derbyshire)


2014 DCCCuk – Deaf Camping & Caravanning Club North (DCCCN)
1) Severn House Campsite (Shrewsbury, Shropshire)
2) Lockside Caravan Park (Ripon, North Yorkshire)
3) Millbridge Farm Camping & Caravan Park (Naburn, York, Yorkshire)
4) Lady Heyes Caravan & Campsite (Frodsham, Cheshire)
5) Brickhouse Touring Caravan Site (Chipping, Lancashire)

2014 DCCCuk – Central Deaf Camping (CDC)
1) Stanford Hall Caravan Park (Lutterworth, Leicestershire)
2) Hartsholme Country Park Campsite (Lincoln, Lincolnshire)
3) Cotswold View Caravan & Camping Park (Charlbury, Oxfordshire)

2014 DCCCuk – Welcome Deaf Campers (WDC)
1) Orwell Meadows Leisure Park (Nacton, Suffolk)
2) Town Farm Campsite (Ivinghoe, Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire)
3) Lickhill Manor Caravan Park (Stourport on Severn, Worcestershire)
4) Amerden Caravan & Camping Site (Maidenhead, Berkshire)
5) Northey Lodge Touring Park (Peterborough, Cambridgeshire)
6) Coombe Caravan Park (Netherhampton, Salisbury, Wiltshire)
7) Canterbury Camping & Caravanning Club (Canterbury, Kent)

2014 DCCCuk (Annual / AGM / 40th Anniversary)
1) DCCCuk 40th Anniversary Celebrations – Lickhill Manor Caravan Park (Stourport on Severn, Worcestershire)
2) DCCCuk Annual – Ballard School (New Milton, Hampshire)
3) DCCCuk AGM – The Green Man (Long Itchington, Warwickshire)

 

2015 DCCCuk – Deaf Camping & Caravanning Club North (DCCCN)
1) Braids Caravan Park (Gretna, Dumfries & Galloway, Scotland)
2) Dinarth Hall Camping & Caravan (Rhos-On-Sea, LLandudno, Colwyn Bay, Wales)
3) Woodlands Park Campsite (Knutsford, Cheshire)
4) Pheasant Inn & Caravan Park (Harmby, Leyburn, North Yorkshire)
5) Bilton Park Village Farm (Harrogate, Yorkshire)
6) Farmers Parrs Animal World (Fleetwood, Lancashire)

2015 Central Deaf Camping (CDC)
1) Kingsbury Camping & Caravanning Club Site (Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands)
2) Newton Mill Holiday Park (Bath, Somerset)
3) Bloxham Rally Vintage (Bloxham, Banbury, Oxfordshire)
4) (Missing details to be provided for CDC’s New Year Celebrations.)

2015 Welcomer Deaf Camper
1) Fakeham Fairways (Fakenham, Norfolk)
2) Bloxham Rally Vintage (Bloxham, Banbury, Oxfordshire)
3) Homestead Lake Park (Clacton-on-Sea, Essex)

2015 DCCCuk (Annual / AGM)
1) DCCCuk Annual – Happy Valley Caravan Park (Porthcawl, Clamorgan, South Wales)
2) DCCCuk AGM – Kirkland & Catterall Memorial Hall (Garstang, Preston, Lancashire)
3) DCCCuk Event – British Deaf Astronomical Association, Holt, Weybourne, North Norfolk

 

2016 DCCCuk – Deaf Camping & Caravanning Club North (DCCCN)
1) Whittingham & Goosnargh Sports & Social Club (Whittingham, Preston, Lancashire)
2) Carrog Station Camp Site (Carrog, Corwen, Wales)
3) Cheshire Steam Fair (Daresbury, Warrington, Cheshire)
4) High Laning Camping & Caravan Site (Dent, Sedbergh, Cumbria)
5) Squires Cafe Caravan Park (Newthorpe, Sherbuen in Elmet, West Yorkshire)
6) (Missing details to be provided for DCCCN’s New Year Celebrations)

2016 DCCCuk – Central Deaf Campers (CDC)
1) Brook House Farm Campsite (Church Streeton, Shrosphire)
2) Hose Village Hall (Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire)
3) The Waggon & Horses (Steeple Morden, Royston, Hertfordshire)
4) Somers Wood caravan Park (Meriden, Warwickshire)
5) The Miners Standard (Bank Top, Winster, Derbyshire)

2016 DCCCuk – Welcome Deaf campers
1) Riverside Caravan Park (Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire) [WDC’s 30th Anniversary]
2) Melford Hall (Sudbury, Suffolk)
3) Kelvedon Hatch Camping & Caravanning site (Doddinghurst, Brentwood, Essex)

2016 DCCCuk (Annual / AGM)
1) DCCCuk Annual – Gelderland, Netherlands
2) DCCCuk AGM – Hatton Adventure World (Hatton, Warwickshire)


2017 DCCCuk – Deaf Camping & Caravanning Club North (DCCCN)
1) Spital Farm Campsite (Staxton, Scarborough, North Yorkshire)
2) Kirkby Lonsdale RUFC (Kirkby Lonsdale, Cumbria)
3) Weston Park International Model Air Show (Weston-under-Lizard, Shifnal, Shropshire)
4) Esholt Sports & Leisure Ltd (Shipley, Bradford, West Yorkshire)
5) Thrybergh Country Park (Thrybergh, Rotherham, South Yorkshire)
6) Wild Rose Park (Appleby-in-Westmorland Cumbria)
7) Royal Umpire Caravan Park (Croston, Preston, Lancashire)

2017 DCCCuk – Central Deaf Camping (CDC)
1) Old Station Caravan & Camping Park (New Radnor, Powys, Mid-Wales)
2) Rutland Water Campsite (Weston, Oakham, Rutland, Leicestershire)
3) The Bristol International Balloon Fiesta, Ashton Court Estate (Long Ashton, Bristol)
4) Drayton Manor Camping & Caravanning Club (Tamworth, Staffordshire)*

2017 DCCCuk – Welcome Deaf Camper (WDC)
1) Breck Farm Camping (Holt, Weybourne, North Norfolk)
2) Houghton Mill Campsites (Houghton, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire)
3) Long Melford Vintage Rally, Melford Hall (Long Melford, Sudbury, Suffolk)
4) Lee Valley Caravan Park (Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire)

2017 DCCCuk (Annual / AGM)
1) ) Weymouth Rugby Club (Weymouth, Dorset)
2) Deafland UK Camping & Caravanning Club – Rally 2, Elvaston Castle Country Park (Elvaston, near Derby, Derbyshire)
3) Elm Cottage Touring Park (Winsford, Cheshire)


2018 DCCCuk – Deaf Camping & Caravanning Club North (DCCCN)
1) Cartmel Racecourse (Grange-over-Sands, Lancashire ) **Cancelled**
2) East End Farm (Garton On The Wolds, Driffield, East Yorkshire)
3) Weston Park International Model Air Show (Weston-under-Lizard, Shifnal, Shropshire)
4) Four Winds Campsite (Prestatyn, Denbighshire, North Wales)
5) Lincoln Showground, Lincolnshire Showground, Lincoln, Lincolnshire)
6) (Missing details to be provided for DCCCN’s New Year Celebrations) (No details provided.)

2018 DCCCuk – Central Deaf Camping (CDC)
1) Kineton Sports & Social Club (Little Kineton, Warwickshire)
2) East of England Showground, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire)
3) Royal International Air Tattoo, Kempsford Camping (RAF Fairford, Gloucestershire)
4) Billing Aquadrome (Little Billing, Northampton, Northamptonshire)
5) The Halfway House Inn (Eardington, Bridgnorth, Shropshire)

2018 DCCCuk – Welcome Deaf Campers (WDC)
1) King Lynn Caravan Park (North Rundon, Kings Lynn, North Norfolk)
2) Brewery Farm (Ansty, Dorset)
3) Applewood Countryside Park (Banham, Norfolk)

2018 DCCCuk (Annual / AGM)
1) DCCCuk Annual – Cromer Academy (Cromer, North Norfolk)
2) DCCCuk AGM – Shardlow Marina (Shardlow, Derbyshire)
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2019 DCCCuk – Deaf Camping & Caravanning Club North (DCCCN)
1) Motorhome Show, Shaws Trailer Park (Harrogate, North Yorkshire)
2) Esplande Car Park (Esplanade, Southport, Merseyside)
3) Drax Sports & Social Club (Drax, Selby, Yorkshire)
4) Leekworth Caravan & Camping Park (Middleton in Teesdale, Barbard Castle, Co Durham)
5) Thongsbridge Holme Valley Camping & Caravan Park (Holmfirth, West Yorkshire)
6) Gibsons Barn Caravan Park (Garstang, near Preston, Lancashire)

2019 DCCCuk – Central Deaf Camping (CDC)
1) National Motorhome & Campervan Show, East of England Showground (Peterborough, Cambridgeshire)
2) Court Farm (Twigworth, Gloucester, Gloucestershire)
3) Marnham Lake Fishing and Camping (High Marnham, Nottinghamshire)*
4) Three Countries Showground (Malvern, Worcestershire)
5) Drayton Manor (Drayton Manor, near Tamworth, Staffordshire)*

2019 DCCCuk – Welcome Deaf Camper (WDC)
1) Rose & Crown Pub (Ridgemont, near Milton Keynes, Bedfordshire)
2) Applefields (Leiston, Suffolk) **Cancelled – due only two attended.**
3) Hardwick Park Campsite (Witney, Oxfordshire)
4) White House Farm Campsite (Wortham, near Diss, Norfolk)

2019 DCCCuk (Annual / AGM 45th Anniversary)
1) DCCCuk Annual – Dinarth Hall Caravan & Camping (Rhos-on-Sea, Colwyn Bay, North Wales)
2) DCCCuk AGM – Doncaster Deaf Trust (Doncaster, Yorkshire)
3) DCCCuk 45th Anniversary – Doncaster Deaf Trust (Doncaster, Yorkshire)
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2020 DCCCuk – Deaf Camping & Caravanning Club North (DCCCN)
( # = Cancelled due the (COVID-19) Coronavrius Pandemic )
1) Wyreside Lakes Fishery (Bay Horse, near Lancashire) ##Cancelled##
2) Cartmel Racecourse (Grange-over-Sands, Lancashire) ##Cancelled##
3) Charity Farm Caravan Park (Wigan, Lancashire) ##Cancelled##
4) Castle Howard Traction Engine Show (York, Yorkshire) ##Cancelled##
5) Castlerigg Farm Camping & Caravan Site (Keswick, Cumbria) ##Cancelled##
6) Hooton Lodge Farm (Rotherham, South Yorkshire)

2020 DCCCuk – Central Deaf Camping (CDC)
( # =Cancelled due the (COVID-19) Coronavirus Pandemic )
1) Marsten Caravan & Camping Park (Coldfield, West Midlands) ##Cancelled##
2) Newbury Showground (Newbury, Berkshire) ##Cancelled##
3) Wing Hall Caravan & Camping (Oakham, Rutland) ##Cancelled##
4) Three Counties Showground (Malvern, Worcestershire) ##Cancelled##
5) Oakhill Leisure Camping (Norton Disney, Lincolnshire) ##Cancelled##
6) New Year Celebration (Bridgnorth, Shropshire) ##Cancelled##

2020 DCCCuk – Welcome Deaf Camper (WDC)
( # =Cancelled due the (COVID-19) Coronavirus Pandemic )
1) Applefields Campsite (Leiston, Suffolk) ##Cancelled##
2) Wing Hall Caravan & Camping (Oakham, Rutland) ##Cancelled##
3) Cobbs Hill Farm Caravan & Camping Park (Bexhill-on-Sea) ##Cancelled##

 

2021 DCCCuk – Deaf Camping & Caravanning Club North (DCCCN)
( # =Cancelled due the (COVID-19) Coronavirus Pandemic )
1) Upwood Holiday Park (Keighley, West Yorkshire) ##Cancelled##
2) Cartmel Racecourse (Grange-over-Sands, Cumbria) ##Cancelled##
3) Charity Farm Caravan Park (Wrightington, Wigan, Lancashire) ##Cancelled##
4) Castle Howard (The Stray, near Malton, Yorkshire) ##Cancelled##
5) Castlerigg Farm Camping & Caravan Site (Castlerigg, Keswick,Cumbria)
6) Rufforth Playing Fields Association (Rufforth, York, Yorkshire)

2021 DCCCuk – Central Deaf Camping (CDC)
( # =Cancelled due the (COVID-19) Coronavirus Pandemic )
1) Unavailable to make a booked.
2) Marsten Caravan & Camping Park (Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands) ##Cancelled##
3) Red Lion Farm (Haughton, Staffordshire) ##Cancelled##
4) Wing Hall Caravan & Camping (Oakham, Rutland)
5) Jubilee Park (Woodhall Spa, Lincolnshire)
6) Riverside Park (Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire)
7) Oakhill Leisure (Norton Disney, Lincoln, Lincolnshire)

2021 Welcome Deaf camper (WDC)
( # =Cancelled due the (COVID-19) Coronavirus Pandemic )
1) Applefields Campsite (Leiston, Suffolk) ## Cancelled##
2) Wing Hall Caravan & Camping (Oakham, Rutland)
3) Cobbs Hill Farm Caravan & Camping Park (Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex)  (Cancelled due one attendance.)
4) The Duke of Clifton (Clifton, Oxfordshire)

 


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