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To Assist newer members, and as a reminder to some older ones listed below are some expressions
used on rallies, with explanations of their meanings.
Each family to bring enough food for themselves to add to a communal buffet.
Nogging and Natter
An informal get together with other ralliers, usually in or near the marshals awning.
All the other 72 Centres get together to compete in Sports, Handicrafts, Hobbies etc.
Plus a variety of evening entertainment.
A Follow on
After the National, a chance to unwind and relax.
Similar but smaller than the National, a rally organised by the 7 South Eastern centres and
held every 2 years.
We bring our BBQ / Cooking together and eat your meal together.
A lively weekend to celebrate the EKC Centre's Birthday.
Centre Members running stalls and games to raise money for the Centre Charity.
Similar to the Charity Rally but organised by the Youth Council for their Charity.
Marshals organise a sit down meal. On Sunday there will be an auction of fresh and cooked produce
donated by members - proceeds to Centre Charity.
To start the festive season.
Bring your Christmas Cards for other Centre members attending as the
Youth will deliver them for you (1p post).
Usually 11am on Sunday. A chance for the chairman to pass on the latest news etc.
The Committee serve coffee and tea (20p) and open the Tuck Shop.
Read this for general information - also items for sale etc.
The 'posh' do of the year. Black Tie and Party Dresses.
The person who's doing all the hard work. Knows everything about anything to do with the Rally,
any doubts or problems they are the people to ask and works best if they feel appreciated.
So say thanks before you go.
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