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HydroGarden Weston Beach Race - 3 October 2017
RHL Activities working with North Somerset Council regarding parking
RHL Activities is working with North Somerset Council in regards to the offroad parking for this year’s event.
Following the HydroGarden Village camping being fully booked for this year, both parties were keen to resolve the issue of off-site illegal parking on the roads in Weston Super Mare, when the UK’s biggest and maddest off-road event rocks into the seaside town next week.
For 2017 North Somerset Council have made the Locking Road car park available for overnight parking.
The locking road coach and lorry park will be available for anyone wishing to camp overnight at a fee set by North Somerset Council and anyone using the site must adhere to the below conditions set by the council.
- Park within coach/lorry bays towards the middle and back of the car park
- No noise or nuisance
- Use appropriate toilet facilities and no littering of the site
- No testing of motorcycles and no motorcycle maintenance
- No outdoor cooking
- Follow all instructions from our council officers
Failure to comply with conditions may result in a penalty charge being issued and/ or vehicle removed from the parking area with no refunds.
North Somerset Council have confirmed parking wardens will be working throughout the day and night around the town ensuring there is no parking on side streets. Everyone is asked not to camp overnight in other car parks or side roads, contravention of a parking restriction by camping or by parking a prohibited vehicle can incur a penalty charge of £70 and any removal charges of said vehicle at the owner’s expense.
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RHL Activities reintroduce the Early Bird Meeting for 2018
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