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Message posted by JTQU07/5/2021 at 8:59am
Outfit: Hymer Nova S Location: Hampshire
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Been in both for 45/46 years, we want the coverage of locations that offers, largely their 5 van sites.
By far, we use the C&CC membership the most, for the very flexible rally and the temporary holiday system they operate.
Have found the C&MC has become utterly useless for any main site stays involving a weekend. Their "booking system" as it works in real life is not functioning as the name might imply but a "Blocking system".
Its two year "window" with no associated commitment, allows speculative booking, and the self evident happens, all weekend slots are booked out, just incase come that week "we" want & can go.
So be warned, don't assume joining the C&MC means you can use their sites, the speculative demand outstrips the availability. That said if you have the option to decide two days before going then you are likely to get in, the more so if the weather forecast is not the best.
I read, they are reviewing this dreadful setup, great for us if they do change it so we can take our typical longer stays, once again.