French Syncro Club Meet 8th - 10th June

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French Syncro Club Meet 8th - 10th June

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I am posting this on behalf of Jean-Claude Frichet from the Frnech syncro club. We went to this event in 2015 with Dutchdude and TooManyToys and one of the highlights was the meal in the Bedouin tent. You can find more information about the 2015 event on our website.

Hello to all the Syncronauts community

The French Syncro Club are organising a meeting on the weekend of the Pentecost (June 8th to 10th). This will be a family reunion with 15 to 20 Syncros.

As in 2015, this event will be based within the Parc Naturel Régional de Normandie-Maine in an off-road private site called "La Grande Savanne" near Saint-Paul-le-Gaultier, between Le Mans and Alençon.

Coordinates : 48'19.841 N - 00'07.503 O
http://lagrandesavane.free.fr

Previsional programme: off road driving, games and competitions, discovering the nice region “Alpes Mancelles” through "green lanes", discussion, exchanges, BBQ, music, slide shows and videos if you wish...35 years Syncro...

http://www.tourisme-alpesmancelles.fr

Registration fee : € 85 per vehicle (70€ for use of the private property for 4 days for activities and sleeping + 15€ for temporary registration to Syncro Club)

Dinner with great local specilities "the Sarthe pot" in a real Bedouin tent: 28 € per person, drinks included (optional).

Other paid activities proposed by "La Grande Savanne" : Quad, Paint ball,

Unusual accommodation : yurt, trailer. For more information and booking see http://lagrandesavane.free.fr

Syncronauts interested should contact Jean-Claude Frichet to jc.frichet@gmail.com to get a registration form.

Hoping that a few brave Syncronauts will cross the Channel to participate in this friendly meeting.

It's always a great pleasure for French Syncro Club to welcome you.

Sincerely
Jean-Claude

Jenny
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