Yelden Village

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Arrival day on the 30th will be spent setting up the hall, feeding, chat and laughter.

New Years Eve day is a please-yourself day and the evening begins at 6.30 pm for 7.00 pm with mulled wine. A hot main course with vegetables is followed by cold puddings. This is a black tie and posh frock evening with dancing to our band & callers. The evening ends with a last dance about 00.20 am.

New Years Day is similar to the previous day with a hot evening meal followed by a warm pudding before the evening of dance and entertainment from about 7.30 pm.

On the 2nd January we take down the decorations and depart for home by 12.00 noon.

DETAILS OF FOOD ALLERGIES and visitor tickets from Bob & Lynne 01234 781569.

Special meet fees apply with camping bookings via Chris Foote 01844 355945:-

Meet fee for 2 people camping is £50.00 & for 1 person camping £44.00 including food.

New Years Evening day/eve visitors is £12.00 per adult including the evening food.

New Years Day/eve visitors is £8.00 per adult including the evening food.


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AddressYelden Village Hall
Spring Lane
Yelden (sometimes spelt Yielden)
Bedfordshire
Post codeMK44 1AT
Map reference153/011670
DirectionsFrom A6 north of Bedford, turn east into Avenue Road, just before entering Rushden. After approx 1 mile at a Tee junction, turn right into Rushden Road, signposted 'Newton Bromswold'. After 1.5 miles turn right into Newton Bromswold then immediately turn left onto unclassified road to Yelden. Spring Lane is on the left after 1 mile in the centre of Yelden.

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Description

Only 5 miles east of Rushden and 12 miles north of Bedford.
This is a quiet and unspoiled village in Bedfordshire near the borders with Northamptonshire, and Cambridgeshire.
The site is on grass area around the village hall, that is secluded and slightly sloping with a Children playground area in the top end of the site.
Large car park for hard standing camping, down one side of the site.
The village is set in lovely countryside with its own castle mound, a long distance footpath-passing close by.