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The club's charity for 2015/16


WELCOME to The Bürstner UK Owners' Club Website

The club was formed in 2004 by like minded Bürstner owners with the following objectives:

To provide an opportunity for owners to meet, socialise and make new friends and exchange ideas at rallies and events.

Issue of a quarterly newsletter to provide an interchange of ideas and useful information between the members.

Provide a close liaison between the owners of Bürstner motorhomes and caravans with the Bürstner Company in Germany. Promote motorhoming and the Burstner brand in a positive and constructive environment.

Finally and most importantly to have fun!

The inaugural meeting of the Bürstner UK Owners’ Club was held at Bo Peep Caravan Club site near Banbury in March 2004. The meeting was attended by 90 of the new members and the first committee was duly elected.

Since then the club has grown to over 150 members and held a dozen or more rallies each year in both the UK and Europe, including a bi-annual trip to the Burstner factory in Germany. The continental trips in particular provide an ideal opportunity for those members who may not have been abroad before to travel as part of a more experienced group and the comfort and security that can provide. In addition the Club also has had a regular Bürstner Club pitching area at most major motorhome shows and events.

Currently our subscription rates are £20 per annum, this includes four good newsletters per year and with the numerous discounts on servicing, parts and insurance the Club has negotiated means the annual subscription is usually recovered several times over.

If you would like to join our club please fill in the online membership form found on the join our club page or email membership@burstnerclub.org.uk for further information.

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Marie Curie was founded in 1948. It currently runs 9 hospices located throughout the UK and provides almost 2000 specialist nurses delivering end of life care to approx. 94% of the UK population.
In 2013/14 this amounted to a total of 40,489 people of which 8,931 people were via the hospices and 31,558 in the community.
The fund raising requirements for this cale of operation are significant and the cuuurent costs are in the order of £550 per hour.


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