Wicked Welsh 2016

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Wicked Welsh 2016

Post by GURNSIMPS » Tue Dec 15, 2015 1:49 pm

Hi Guys/Gals,Dates for your Diaries,next Year's Wicked Welsh dates are from 21st-26th September 2016.
More details of what's on in the New Year. 8)
Same venue as previous Years being The Rising Sun at Pandy near Abergavenny.
Just to clarify,21st is on a Wednesday for people who like to turn up early,Event starts with Run out on the Friday and ends with Sunday Run but loads of people stay until the Monday.
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Re: Wicked Welsh 2016

Post by mikeyhearne » Tue Dec 15, 2015 2:43 pm

Me please ,
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Re: Wicked Welsh 2016

Post by philgsmith » Tue Dec 15, 2015 4:16 pm

Caravan and hookup for us please Neil

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Re: Wicked Welsh 2016

Post by ImpJimbo » Tue Dec 15, 2015 5:32 pm

Excellent. Caravan with hook up for us please.
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Re: Wicked Welsh 2016

Post by RoyBlunt » Tue Dec 15, 2015 6:01 pm

Good stuff! Dandy caravan & hook-up for us please Neil.
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Re: Wicked Welsh 2016

Post by 67cali » Tue Dec 15, 2015 6:31 pm

Will only need a standard pitch. I have my own source of electricity.
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Re: Wicked Welsh 2016

Post by Lars Hagermark » Tue Dec 15, 2015 7:08 pm

21-26 of September noted. WTG now moves under its' own steam so there is a chance we'll turn up.
The three majors - Going Dutch, National and WWW - seems realistic now. At last. :D
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Re: Wicked Welsh 2016

Post by bazzateer » Tue Dec 15, 2015 8:31 pm

Usual hook-up for me and the trailer tent please :D
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Re: Wicked Welsh 2016

Post by SimonBenoy » Tue Dec 15, 2015 8:57 pm

The provisional HSCC calendar has changed and Brands Indy is now on 17th, so WWW looks a distinct possibility in 2016 - fingers crossed!
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Re: Wicked Welsh 2016

Post by gill » Wed Dec 16, 2015 1:10 pm

Please add Gill & john to the list :-)
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Re: Wicked Welsh 2016

Post by phatbob » Wed Dec 16, 2015 1:32 pm

Me too!
Room booked at this year's event. :D
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Re: Wicked Welsh 2016

Post by traco » Wed Dec 16, 2015 11:01 pm

Tent pitch please no hook up see you there !

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Re: Wicked Welsh 2016

Post by Jim 'Saltire' Fraser » Thu Apr 14, 2016 8:07 pm

Hi Neil, Paradiso with hook up for me again, can you please book me a pitch? :D

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Re: Wicked Welsh 2016

Post by GURNSIMPS » Sat Apr 16, 2016 7:24 am

Consider it done Jim. :wink:
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Re: Wicked Welsh 2016

Post by impmann » Mon Apr 18, 2016 2:39 pm

We may be selling our trailer tent post National... but maybe not... so can I book a place in pencil, please Gurn? We may 'downgrade' to a tent depending on storage for the trailer tent...
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Re: Wicked Welsh 2016

Post by Richard Claydon » Tue Jul 05, 2016 7:17 am

Motorhome and hookup please Neil

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Post by ylee coyote » Tue Jul 05, 2016 12:56 pm

Motorhome and hook up for us too please Clan004

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Re: Wicked Welsh 2016

Post by mikeyhearne » Fri Jul 29, 2016 1:52 pm

Can the Friday run include a drive by on the Westons Cider farm please :P
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Re: Wicked Welsh 2016

Post by Peter Hurst » Fri Jul 29, 2016 6:03 pm

mikeyhearne wrote:Can the Friday run include a drive by on the Westons Cider farm please :P
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We did that last year! We try to vary it every year and have planned a different route this year. I could of course print off last years route just for you but you might be a bit lonely!
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Re: Wicked Welsh 2016

Post by mikeyhearne » Fri Jul 29, 2016 9:27 pm

I realise that as i was there ,
I just hoped to stock up on cider for the weekend .
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Re: Wicked Welsh 2016

Post by philgsmith » Fri Jul 29, 2016 9:58 pm

I've bough the Henry Westons Vintage locally in a supermarket .. Asda for certain.

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Re: Wicked Welsh 2016

Post by philgsmith » Mon Aug 01, 2016 7:34 am

While out yesterday reccying for the Friday run we turned into a car park and Lesley said "There's another Imp, with a foreign number plate!" .. so we parked behind. Turned out to be Ernst-Paul Keizer and Marg Smit holidaying before the National.
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Post by KeithEvans1 » Mon Aug 01, 2016 9:39 pm

also seen in cheltenham thursday . mad contact with EP spent saterday evening at the campsite with them . we were made very welcome had very nice time
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Re: Wicked Welsh 2016

Post by philgsmith » Mon Aug 01, 2016 10:34 pm

Yes EP said he'd seen you Keith..
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Re: Wicked Welsh 2016

Post by jetmech » Tue Aug 02, 2016 11:41 am

I am currently on a caravan holiday near to Hay-on-Wye, we have driven passed the Rising Sun 3 times so far!
If the Imp survives the national, the engine is playing up, I plan to attend the WW this year. If you can put me down for one man in a tent, that would be great.

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Re: Wicked Welsh 2016

Post by GURNSIMPS » Wed Aug 24, 2016 2:02 pm

Just a quick update on Wicked Welsh,we are having a meeting with the new owners on the weekend to have a chat about what usually goes on on on our weekend,the list for Electric hook ups is as follows,if you are not on it and need a hook up let me know.
Baz
Rich/Karen Claydon
Keith Evans
Aled
Col/Jules
Tony/Ann Dowler
Jim Fraser
Tim Morgan?
Phil/Lesley Smith
Roy/Dawn Blunt
Andy Smith
Jill/John
Malc/Joyce
Peter Fitzgerald
James/Jason
Graham Anderson
Mike Hearne
Rick/Carol?
Colin Miller
George from Scotland
I believe Bob Hawes,Bron Burrell and 1 other have booked B+B in the pub?
Depending on interest we may do the underground tour of Big Pit on the Sunday Afternoon?
Any questions/requests,fire away.......
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Re: Wicked Welsh 2016

Post by colin rooney » Wed Aug 24, 2016 2:51 pm

i might try and get to this but would be a last minute decision would that be ok neil

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Re: Wicked Welsh 2016

Post by Peter Hurst » Wed Aug 24, 2016 8:30 pm

GURNSIMPS wrote:Just a quick update on Wicked Welsh,we are having a meeting with the new owners on the weekend to have a chat about what usually goes on on on our weekend,the list for Electric hook ups is as follows,if you are not on it and need a hook up let me know.
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Rich/Karen Claydon
Keith Evans
Aled
Col/Jules
Tony/Ann Dowler
Jim Fraser
Tim Morgan?
Phil/Lesley Smith
Roy/Dawn Blunt
Andy Smith
Jill/John
Malc/Joyce
Peter Fitzgerald
James/Jason
Graham Anderson
Mike Hearne
Rick/Carol?
Colin Miller
George from Scotland
I believe Bob Hawes,Bron Burrell and 1 other have booked B+B in the pub?
Depending on interest we may do the underground tour of Big Pit on the Sunday Afternoon?
Any questions/requests,fire away.......
I booked electric hook up direct with them some time ago and had phone call back confirming booked so double check they have us down
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Re: Wicked Welsh 2016

Post by GURNSIMPS » Thu Aug 25, 2016 3:19 am

No problem Colin. Ok Peter.
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Re: Wicked Welsh 2016

Post by Dave ' Linwood ' Lane » Thu Aug 25, 2016 11:58 am

It looks like Annie and me can now attend so a space for a tent would be loverly :D
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Re: Wicked Welsh 2016

Post by philgsmith » Thu Aug 25, 2016 10:23 pm

Neil

Confirming we need the hook up - arriving with caravan on Thursday, straight after Lesley finishes work.,

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Re: Wicked Welsh 2016

Post by gill » Fri Aug 26, 2016 9:32 pm

Gurn,
We're the "1 other" who have booked a room in the pub.
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Re: Wicked Welsh 2016

Post by GURNSIMPS » Sat Aug 27, 2016 11:59 am

Thanks Gill
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Re: Wicked Welsh 2016

Post by GURNSIMPS » Sat Aug 27, 2016 5:56 pm

Another quick update,we will be having a run out on the Sunday Afternoon as there doesn't seem to be any interest in the Big Pit tour,so it will be Hay Bluff with a twist,not saying any more just that the run back takes in a new road that is a proper Imp road,we recce'd it today and it is a fabulous road. :P
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Re: Wicked Welsh 2016

Post by bazzateer » Sun Aug 28, 2016 8:44 am

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Re: Wicked Welsh 2016 - Friday run finalised

Post by philgsmith » Thu Sep 01, 2016 9:59 pm

We've finalised the WWW Friday run based on an idea from Roy & Dawn. Lesley & I planned the route. We think the run will be fun, with a few options in/around Lydney

The Friday run will be to Taurus Crafts just outside Lydney. This is a small crafts village with plenty of small shops of interest.. including

Chocolate bar, Silk accessories, Farm foods including local beers and ciders ..
Bakery, Jewellery, Glass blowing, Sculptures, Pottery, Antiques

There is a nice coffee shop serving snacks and cakes etc. The coffee shop provides work experience and training opportunities for those with additional needs so that they may interact with the public and gain confidence. So please support their efforts.

http://www.tauruscrafts.co.uk/

On the same site is a Krazy Golf attraction with 15 holes themed on Forest of Dean attractions/destinations, each with artificial grass surface. Within the golf is a games barn with air hockey, table tennis and pool table plus a feature called Foot Pool (playing pool with your feet). They also have a small cafe selling snacks and cakes.
If you fancy chess, there is a large outdoor chess board.

Entry to the Krazy Golf is a day pass (adults £4.50, teens £4.00) so you can move between that and the craft site. Entry to the craft site is free.

http://krazygolflydney.co.uk/

There is also a plant nursery/small garden centre on site.

There is a large car park and they are keeping an area for us to park up together. It is just a few hundred yards outside Lydney, so you can pop back into Lydney High street for a walk about if you prefer. A Tesco stores sits between the venue and town. The Forest of Dean Railway may also be of interest, however no trains are running , but the shop, café and small museum is open.

We have devised a route via Imp friendly roads - quick and flowing, with some beautiful and historical views (Chepstow Bridge and Castle), and only a short stretch of dual carriageway.

Leave Rising Sun - 12:45
Arrive Taurus Crafts approx 14:00 approx 42 miles - 70 mins
Depart Taurus Crafts - 15:30 Obviously every one is free to make their own way back to Pandy
Arrive Rising Sun approx 16:40 approx 40 miles


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Re: Wicked Welsh 2016 - Friday run finalised

Post by Turboimp » Sat Sep 03, 2016 10:08 am

philgsmith wrote:We've finalised the WWW Friday run based on an idea from Roy & Dawn. Lesley & I planned the route. We think the run will be fun, with a few options in/around Lydney

The Friday run will be to Taurus Crafts just outside Lydney. This is a small crafts village with plenty of small shops of interest.. including

Chocolate bar, Silk accessories, Farm foods including local beers and ciders ..
Bakery, Jewellery, Glass blowing, Sculptures, Pottery, Antiques

There is a nice coffee shop serving snacks and cakes etc. The coffee shop provides work experience and training opportunities for those with additional needs so that they may interact with the public and gain confidence. So please support their efforts.

http://www.tauruscrafts.co.uk/

On the same site is a Krazy Golf attraction with 15 holes themed on Forest of Dean attractions/destinations, each with artificial grass surface. Within the golf is a games barn with air hockey, table tennis and pool table plus a feature called Foot Pool (playing pool with your feet). They also have a small cafe selling snacks and cakes.
If you fancy chess, there is a large outdoor chess board.

Entry to the Krazy Golf is a day pass (adults £4.50, teens £4.00) so you can move between that and the craft site. Entry to the craft site is free.

http://krazygolflydney.co.uk/

There is also a plant nursery/small garden centre on site.

There is a large car park and they are keeping an area for us to park up together. It is just a few hundred yards outside Lydney, so you can pop back into Lydney High street for a walk about if you prefer. A Tesco stores sits between the venue and town. The Forest of Dean Railway may also be of interest, however no trains are running , but the shop, café and small museum is open.

We have devised a route via Imp friendly roads - quick and flowing, with some beautiful and historical views (Chepstow Bridge and Castle), and only a short stretch of dual carriageway.

Leave Rising Sun - 12:45
Arrive Taurus Crafts approx 14:00 approx 42 miles - 70 mins
Depart Taurus Crafts - 15:30 Obviously every one is free to make their own way back to Pandy
Arrive Rising Sun approx 16:40 approx 40 miles


Phil & Lesley

A great run , which roads are you going on? You could try :
Grosmont ( Up the road) to Monmouth via Newcastle ( not that one ! ) And the Famous Rockfield recording studio . , over the bridge in Monmouth to the A 466 down through the wye valley following the River Wye passing the ruins of the famous Tintern Abbey Passing Chepstow racecourse on the left . Behind the racecourse is Piercefield park a beautiful place to visit , there are the ruins of a 1750 mansion and other buildings with outstanding Views over the estuary and severn bridge . My suggestion for the 2018 Imp national day which no one is taking seriously at the moment . so pop in on the way back ,take a look for yourself ....
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Re: Wicked Welsh 2016

Post by RoyBlunt » Sat Sep 03, 2016 12:39 pm

At risk of revealing too many details of 'the Friday run' it does, in fact, go past the entrance to Piercefield Park on the return run to Pandy - stop and have a look by all means. I did have a look at Piercefield when Nick first suggested it as a possible National Venue - it's a nice place and good walking country. However for the last few years it has been used for the 'Green Gathering Festival' (http://www.greengathering.org.uk/?doing ... 2480468750) over the usual Imp National weekend and that is certainly already booked for 2017 if not for future years. Unfortunately I don't think the Green Gathering Festival and the Imp Club would be happy sharing it over the same weekend! Whether it would be available on a weekend before or after the Green Gathering would be a matter for the owners - have you contacted them to ask?

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Re: Wicked Welsh 2016

Post by GURNSIMPS » Sat Sep 03, 2016 3:03 pm

Friday run out sounds like fun,thanks for all your efforts guys.
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Re: Wicked Welsh 2016

Post by philgsmith » Sun Sep 04, 2016 10:18 pm

Hi Nick

As Roy says we don't want to reveal too much about the route. I can say that we're not using the A466 except for a short stretch in Chesptow as we did Chepstow-Tintern-Monmouth two years ago. As a local you may guess the route back to Pandy..

Are you joining us (on the Friday or over the weekend)? Would be nice to see you and talk about Piercefield - I don't think we've ever met - we did discuss it at a couple of area meetings in Cardiff a good few months ago.

I've just looked at Roy's link to the Green Gathering.. "powered by wind, sun and people" .. ha, can't see 40-50 year old petrol engines being embraced.

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