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2nd March 2017

Online registration has now re-opened for second ballot!

We have opened our online booking system for a further two weeks. Members can click on the calendar on our Weymouth Holiday Home page  and request any weeks that have not already been taken. Booked weeks will be shown in red.

If you are successful with your selection following our second ballot we will be in touch to arrange a deposit and confirm your stay.

If you do not have access to the internet you can call us and select your dates over the phone. We will then enter you into the ballot.

For further enquiries please contact us on 0121 700 1212.

 First Ballot has been drawn! 

The first ballot for members to stay at our new holiday home, ‘Peel’s Retreat’ has now been drawn.

First ballot draw for holiday home

First ballot draw for holiday home

Successful members have now been contacted.

Please note: if you have requested a week in the month of April and May and you are successful, we will require full payment upfront.

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We’ve just received a lovely postcard from Yellow Labrador, Bobbiedog.
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