Motor Caravanners' Club
Northern Counties Group
Redcar Rugby Club
From 31st July - 3rd August we rally at Redcar Rugby Club. There will be a room available for our use in the Clubhouse, but please note that this is a pay bar.
Enjoy a traditional seaside mini holiday at Redcar, a town that can truly claim to offer something for all tastes. With its flat sandy beaches, shopping facilities, restaurants, and a wealth of historical interest...not forgetting the cinema, museums, amusements etc, it can't possibly get much better...Wrong!!!
Redcar has recently undergone some exceptional seafront regeneration and is now home to the iconic landmark ‘The Redcar Beacon'. This stunning architectural design masterpiece rises 80ft in to the skyline of Redcar, providing spectacular panoramic views of Redcar and the neighbouring towns, which will take your breath away.
Redcar is home to The Zetland, the oldest surviving lifeboat in the world. It was built by Henry Greathead of South Shields and is housed in Kirkleatham museum at Redcar. The free lifeboat museum is independent and operated by a dedicated group of volunteers on Redcar sea front. The lifeboat was first stationed at Redcar in 1802.
Movie fans may already know that Redcar beach is a bit of a film star in its own right. In summer 2006, it was transformed into wartime Dunkirk in the silver screen adaptation of Ian McEwan’s 2001 novel Atonement.
If you fancy something to tickle your tastebuds Pacitto's on the sea front claim to be the original creator of the 'Lemon top' - dairy ice cream in a cone, with a blob of lemon sorbet on top of it - Yum!
Hosts for the rally are John, Sheila, Jim & Shona who look forward to welcoming you. Full location info here.
If you're not a member and want to find out how to join the MCC, just click here.
We have been informed of a special offer being made available to MCC members by Park Resorts Manor Park site, with the opportunity to visit Sandringham. Full info is available here.