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BeaumanorHall, Woodhouse, near Loughborough, Leicestershire.

(Beaumanor Hall and the campsite are owned & administered by Leicestershire County Council)

Site Facilities: No chemical disposal points Drinking water points

Maximum 10 caravans* Drying Room

(* No electric hook-ups) Sports Field

Toilet block Adventure Playground for children


Pitches: Adults £10 per person per night if booked before the deadline.

You can turn up without booking for £15 (Child £7.50) per night

Children (5-16 inclusive)  £5 per child per night

Children under 5 Free

Cars/caravans/motor vans Free

There is catering available in the Hall on Fri night. See booking form for details.

Update 31/3/19
Programme uploaded, fullversion should be available in the next 10 days.
New booking form available. The large standing tents (pre-erected) are available for those who don't want to bring their own camping gear at a slightly higher price. Exclusive hire of these also available.

Cycle Runs

A range of cycle runs will be on offer, (programme is still being assembled, last years is there as an example of what you might expect) but of course everyone is free to do just as they please. These may be over subscribed and routes for a  number of suggested rides will be made available on separate pages of this website that families or groups of friends might like to follow.

Pictures from past rallies and places to visit can be found here.

The map below shows most of the tea places within range and may assist if you wish to devise your own rides.

Experienced local cyclists can advise on routes, destinations, cafés, pubs, etc

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Larger Map of Tea Places

Participation in the Rally is at your own risk. It is recommended that you arrange insurance for

  • personal accident cover and against loss of or damage to your bike;
  • against personal liability claims for your cycling (i.e. Third Party cover). You may already be covered for this by your household policy: it is worth checking
Ian Alexander,
3 Apr 2019, 13:04
Ian Alexander,
11 Apr 2019, 15:58