Murvi Club Meets


Hebden Bridge

At The Caravan Club

Cragg Vale,Hebden Bridge,West Yorkshire,HX7 5RU

Barry Moy

In May 2017 I organised a Murvi Meet at Hebden Bridge. A number of members who attended the meet, as well as some who were unable to attend, have asked if I would arrange a repeat meet there.
I am, therefore, pleased to let you all know that in response to these requests I am planning a 4 night meet at the Caravan and Motorhome Club's Hebden Bridge site in the Upper Calder Valley of West Yorkshire from Monday 2 September to Friday 6 September. 
The site has 54 pitches in total, 34 of which are hardstanding. 
The site does NOT have a toilet / shower block. 
The site is located in Cragg Vale which has been described as a lush, steep sided Pennine wooded valley of outstanding natural beauty nestled amongst the moors that surround it on all sides.The Upper Calder Valley offers splendid opportunities for healthy outdoor pursuits. The Pennine Way and the Calderdale Way both criss cross the valley and I intend to lead a couple of walks that will utilise both of these paths. 
The bustling market town of Hebden Bridge is just 3 miles away and can easily be reached from the bus stop outside the site.


Yorkshire Dales Meet - Appletreewick

updated with details of follow on at Hawes

At Mason's Campsite


We are pleased to announce a follow-on to Den and Barry’s Meet at Hebden Bridge, which has previously been advertised for Monday 2ndSeptember to Friday am 6thSeptember 2019

To continue the Yorkshire theme the follow-on will be at Mason’s Campsite at Appletreewick from Friday 6thSeptember to Tuesday am 10thSeptember.  This was a site we used very successfully four years ago.

The venue is in an exceptionally pretty part of Wharfedale in the Yorkshire Dales not far from Ilkley and Skipton, just a mile from Burnsall and a little further from Grassington.  The level site is right by the river and has good facilities including hook-ups.

Appletreewick itself is a small rural village with a couple of pubs, one of which, The Craven Arms, boasts a superb authentic cruck barn where we will be able to enjoy a group meal. (more…)


Manchester Meet 2019

Steve Little will do a series of guided walks round the city looking at its architecture, history and development

At Griffin Hotel


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The meet is based on a pub car park just south of the city centre, a few minutes walk from the Manchester Metro and a short journey to the centre of the town. Steve Little will do a series of guided walks round the city looking at its architecture, history and development, including the world’s oldest railway station and the Grade I neo-gothic Town Hall. 

The pub is a multi-roomed, friendly establishment close to shops and other amenities.

The numbers will be limited because of the nature of the meet, the guided walks and the size of some of the venues we will visit.

For further please contact Steve Little at

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November Pre-Meet

Exmoor House Caravan and Motorhome Club site at Dulverton.

From 1 p.m.

Julia Wright / 07740406449

For those of you wanting to extend Brian’s November meet in South Molton, I will be staying at Exmoor House Caravan and Motorhome Club site at Dulverton.  See Page 80 in the CMC Sites Directory and Handbook or

If you would like to join me there please book yourself in and let me know that you have done so.  The site has 66 pitches and is popular, so early booking is advisable.

Julia Wright (, or 07740 406449)

Address:  Dulverton, Somerset, TA22 9HL (01398 323268). 

The Site - Exmoor House Caravan Club Site is a pretty, peaceful destination which offers superb views up the valley and with some pitches overlooking the River Barle.  The site is within easy walking distance of Dulverton, with its shops, pubs and restaurants.

Dulverton is known as the Southern gateway to Exmoor.  The town stands between the rivers Barle and Exe which converge a mile or so down the valley.

Supermarkets - The closest are Morrisons and Tesco in Tiverton, about 15 miles from the site. There is a local Co-op and a deli in Dulverton.

Public Transport - There is a bus service 300 yards from the site, to Minehead, Tiverton and Taunton.

The site makes a good base to explore Exmoor.  Conveniently, the National Park's Information Centre is a short stroll from the site.  There are many walks from the town - the riverside walks both ways along the Barle being very popular.

The site is behind Exmoor House, the National Park HQ and is best approached from the South.  It is best to avoid the centre of Dulverton as the roads are narrow with sharp bends. 

Arrival Time - The 1 p.m. arrival time is a rule made by Exmoor National Park Authority to restrict caravan movements within the National Park itself.  It is apparently a condition of the lease that the wardens enforce this, so please do not arrive before 1 p.m.  For those of you who will use the M5 (southbound), it takes about 40 minutes from Taunton Deane services to reach Dulverton.


End of Season 2019 Meet in Devon

deposits now being taken!

At Riverside Caravan and Camping Park

South Molton, Devon EX36 3HQ

Location:  South Molton, Devon.
at the Riverside Caravan and Camping Park.
between Thursday 7th and Monday 11th November.

The Riverside Caravan and Camping Park is within a ten minute walk of South Molton. A classic Devon market town, oozing with pubs, craft shops, local food shops, an elegant indoor Victorian Market, and a supermarket.
Buses from the site gate will take you into Barnstable.
A gentle, 3Km entirely off road walk takes you to North Molton which boasts the Poltimore Inn, with a dog friendly bar serving excellent grub. 
Also within walking distance is the award winning Quince Honey Farm.
Exmoor is within easy striking distance.
The site clubhouse has a bar with restaurant (dogs welcome) and free wifi. On site wifi is available at extra cost.
We have been offered the use of a large marquee, should the weather be inclement

Cost per unit with ehu: £15.00 per night (reduced from £18)
Three course meal on Saturday night £20.00
Meals available at other times upon request.

Please reserve your place by making a £10 deposit payment using the usual club bank details or sending a cheque to Alan Major and letting Brian Biffin know which days you are attending. The final balance will be due at the end of August. If you are unsure of the payment details these can be obtained with any further information you require via Brian's Murvi mailbox: Alternatively you can call Brian on 07974 353024.
Update May 2019:
We have the option of hiring a 16 seat minibus to get us up on to Exmoor to, possibly, walk the Upper Barle between Simonsbath and Withypool. This will cost £5 per head return. Please let me know if this is of interest.
Three course meal Saturday night £20, payable on the night. Menu options tbc.
A plated roast meal can be arranged for Sunday before the slide show for around £10. Please let me know if this is of interest.
Friday: optional skittles evening get-together.
Please note that attendees names and email addresses may be shared with the other attendees. Do let me know if this is not acceptable.

The Great Spring Murvi Meet

advance notification


This will be the Murvi club's 10th anniversary meet, so put it in your diary!

Full details later in the year. (more…)


Please note the following:

  • the Murvi Club’s role is restricted to supporting the organiser in arranging the event and publicising it to members
  • the fact that a member may organise an event does not place them under any liability
  • the Murvi club will not be liable for any financial loss by members due to cancellation of all or part of an event or any planned activity
  • every person taking part is individually responsible for:
    • ensuring their own safety
    • taking out appropriate insurance to cover accident, breakdown, illness or other eventuality
    • carrying the documents required for foreign travel
    • familiarising themselves with driving laws and rules of each country visited

We suggest that members place details of next of kin behind the drivers sun visor where they can be located in the event of illness during a rally