The Saturday night Ceilidh has over the years proved to be highly successful night, the band (Blue Eyed Strangers) will as usual be using the usual caller.
So, those of you who have not danced like this before should have no worries about making a mess of things.
There will be a licensed bar providing drinks throughout the night for your convenience, only alcohol purchased at the bar can be consumed in the marquee and a Challenge 21 will be enforced so bring your I.D. and drink responsibly.
You will need to produce your Ceilidh ticket to get into the Marquee.
On the Saturday of the event there will be Soup and Bread roll available at the catering outlet for all paddlers that have a Full Weekend Pass or a Paddle Pass for the Saturday.
There is a café at the Golf Club House on Tyne Green and there will be a mobile food outlet on Tyne Green, which will be open to provide bacon sandwiches, tea, coffee etc. from Friday lunchtime until early Friday evening and again on Saturday and Sunday.
Hexham itself is a fairly typical Northumberland market town with a range of shops, supermarkets, pubs (some of which sell real ale) and restaurants.
The nearest supermarket to the campsite is Sainsbury’s just before A69 with Waitrose adjacent to the Wentworth Leisure Centre and there is also a 24-hour Tesco supermarket in Hexham.