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Welcome to RCBDA

Welcome to the Royal County of Berkshire District Association. Camping with your local group or District Association (DA) is one of the best ways to make the most of the great outdoors whilst making new friends at the same time. The Club has 93 DA’s spread across 13 Regions. We offer some of the most inexpensive camping available and you’ll always be guaranteed a warm friendly welcome. Members are welcome to attend any Meet, whether it’s organised by your own DA or a different DA elsewhere in the country.

  • May 04 / 2016
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Next meet…

***IMPORTANT NOTICE*** our next meet is Runnymede this is a booked meet, please see bellow for details on booking.


May 12 @ 12:00 pm – May 15 @ 4:00 pm

Stewards Amanda Lambourne & Val Shillam

Site fee’s £10.00 pun

Booked meet.
20 units maximum.
Bookings are essential.
Tele’ 07787 046267.

  • Apr 04 / 2016
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Calling all youth (or anyone aged 12-18 who would like to join the youth)…


Dates- 1st-3rd July 2016

Hosts- Central Counties

Venue- Worksop Rugby Club, Nottinghamshire, S80 1NF

Theme- Hawaii 5-0

  • Paint party Friday night
  • Foam party Saturday night
  • Food wagon all weekend
  • Zoe’s party animals Saturday
  • Various other activities over the weekend
  • Dig out those grass skirts and Caribbean shirts

For more information including costs and transportation, please contact Andrea and Ian Richardson.

  • Mar 17 / 2016
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The DA Feast of Lanterns is being held at Bishops Green again this year, 16th-18th September. The theme this year is “Age of steam”. We hope to see lots of you at the meet and with lots of time to get your thinking caps on hopefully we will have lots of decorated units. Don’t forget the best decorated unit receives a prize.

  • Mar 14 / 2016
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Bonfire Meet – Cancelled

Unfortunately due to reasons out of our control we have had to cancel the Bonfire meet that was due to be held at Meadow Farm Henley. We are trying to find an alternative site so please watch this space for more information.

  • Feb 24 / 2016
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Sheila Kiggins (club reporter) shares a message from the 1966 club magazine.

From the February 1966 Club Magazine:

“if you attend District Association weekend rallies fairly regularly you will come across the finest cross section of the British public that you could find anywhere, and they will certainly offer you a very friendly welcome.

“Do not expect the red carpet treatment. You could well be left alone at meetings until you make it clear that you are not the lone wolf types, but show them that you wish to be friendly and they will respond accordingly.”

“No two District Associations are exactly alike but most of them organise walks or rambles during the weekend, many arrange some form of games activities for the more energetic and all provide the basic necessities of life – water, sanitation and milk. Some ramble, some play, some just laze, some work and some walk. Others study nature, take photographs, mend the car or simply give their wives a rest from the weekend chores.”