Poser Rally 2015
invite you to our "Poser 2015" Rally
Please note that this is a ticket/bike rally only.
If you do not arrive on a bike and have a ticket you will be turned away.
No Cars, No vans, No motorhomes, No excuses.
Real Ale Bar
Druids are going to run the Poser Rally, REAL ALE BAR again this year.
The aim is to prvide a good selection of real ales from a number of
local breweries at £2 a pint, plus the usual lagers and ciders.
We are hoping, by doing this, to keep the Poser rally going at its current
leavel of entertainment without increasing the ticket price, and at
a low bar price keep people on site and enjoy the sunshine!!
Not only do we have a great rally bar but also some great bands playing both night's.
this event is strictly limited to those who arrive by motorcycle / trike.
Set in a lush field in the picturesque countryside of Lincolnshire. The facilities consist of a large marquee with a well-stocked real ale bar at one end, and a stage and disco at the other. On site catering is provided all weekend with a full menu available. If you are lucky then an ice cream van might call on Saturday afternoon to keep you all cool. Ample port-a-loos, including one with disabled facilities, are located around the site.
You will be entertained throughout the weekend by a rock disco, plus two specially selected bands, one each night. Check out our links page for more information.
Late Saturday afternoon there are a couple of silly rally games to help work up a thirst ready for the evening. At around 10pm on Saturday evening the Awards are ceremoniously handed out, followed by the band's second set.
To round up the weekend we hold a raffle at about 10am on Sunday morning with the proceeds divided between Lincolnshire & Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance and a Grantham stout troop. There are some excellent prizes to be won.
For those of you who like to take a little walk, there is a lovely country pub, set at the side of the village green. It offers great food and keeps a good bar! You may have to wait a while for food at busy times of the day, but what's the rush?
The rally has been taking place annually for 30 odd years. We are fortunate to have made many good friends over the years, who return again and again to enjoy the relaxed atmosphere. However, we are also keen to welcome new faces and make new acquaintances with whom to swap tall tales and waffle away the hours. We hope you can make it.
To help us do our bit for the environment we would like you to bring your own mug/tea cup (best china only). There will be free tea and coffee all weekend in the control tent and this will help us save on polystyrene cups.
You can then
print and complete the tear off "application for tickets"
would like to thank everybody that attended the Poser Rally this year
and help us all have a wounderful weekend.
YOU to you all that bought raffle tickets.
Your comments and reviews are always welcome. Thank you.
of weeks ago I did a rally that was done in a farmers field, (the sheep
were only moved out a day or 2 before the rally & there was still
sheep s*** on the ground) There was a big marque for the band, disco,
dancing etc. Another smaller marque alongside for the bar & a little
way away was a further marque with a catering kitchen doing proper meals,
with seating & tables under the marque to eat at. There was no stalls
selling their wares.
question I'm slowly trying to get round to, is why are a lot of rally
organiser's trying to out compete each other & make rallies more
like mini rock festival's with a mini high street of stalls.
big, too money orientated and no one gives a fuck about ----the customer---US THE RALLYISTS----That's why i Love the Smaller rallies and support them