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    75th D-Day Anniversary June 1st-8th 2019

    I'm organising a trip for next year for the 75th which may be the last "Biggie" I did it for the 65th and 70th about 60 attended including some from UKGSER a good time was had by all.

    The site is the same as the 65th and 70th http://www.camping-cote-de-nacre.com/accueil-en.htm

    A good central place to base yourself for all the events and only a few miles from the Caen ferry port if you chose the Portsmouth - Caen route,

    The location is Saint-Aubin-sur-Mer and will offer camping pitches and chalets, pool, Bar and Restaurant on-site, and you may be pleased to know that children are more or less absent from the site at this time of year.


    I will be there from 1st to 8th but you can book any duration you wish,

    Travel, routes and ferries are up to you to arrange,

    Booking on-line wont be available until the end of July/August 2018 and will be at next years tariff, The site will fill quickly up-to the end of this year so get in early to secure your accommodation or pitch.

    Booking can only be made by contacting the site directly on 0033-231-971445 http://www.camping-cote-de-nacre.com/accueil-en.htm

    If you decide to go and have booked drop me a pm or post on the thread so I have an idea of names and numbers,


    Hope to see you there!
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    When you say that you are "organising a trip", can you be more specific about what is being offered once people have sorted out their ferries, routes there and pitch bookings?

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    I can refer you to my previous effort below to give you an idea;
    http://www.ukgser.com/forums/showthr...ighlight=nacre

    This year there will be a couple of ride outs plus

    a trip to Caen Airfield to visit these guys;
    https://www.daksovernormandy.com/

    There will be a photo tour of the Aircraft (3 Dakota's with a look inside) a flight is being discussed over the beaches and drop zones 20 places available in a WW2 Dakota.

    On the evening 6th there is a big firework show in Saint Aubin sur Mere, walking distance from site

    lots of people do their own thing and explore

    There is the bar onsite in the evenings which gets busy with us lot

    The site usually have some entertainment going in the evenings

    Screaming kids not present

    Good swimming pool onsite

    Seafront walking distance

    Mark
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