If you are a Royal International Air Tattoo enthusiast looking for somewhere to stay near to the airbase, then look no further than Fairford Town FC!
FTFC is able to offer a clean, friendly camp site at Cinder Lane which includes a separate area for caravans/motorhomes.
Cinder Lane is just 2.5 miles from the base, on the A417 on the eastern edge of Fairford, within easy reach of the Whelford Road junction (red route).
There is a footpath leading from the site to the base, but it is not suitable for very young/old people as it can take about one hour to get there and includes a steep hill to negotiate.
The venue also offers hot showers in the changing room block (included) as well as a number of toilets for both sexes. There is also an outside sink where crockery can be washed.
The bar facilities are open all weekend and has hot food and entertainment available for both Friday and Saturday nights.
Price: £25 per pitch, per night.
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For more information please click here to visit the dedicated FTFC RIAT website.
"Would like to say that we have stayed at Fairford Town FC on two occasions and you always get a warm and friendly welcome. Great for families or groups plenty of area for the kids to run around & play.
Access to showers toilets and further more a good bar to have a drink
Hope to see you all again this year. Offers good value and supports the football club."
Steve, April 2014
“Stayed the last 2 years staff and locals very friendly look forward to staying this year."
Steve McCready, April 2014
“Once again RIAT is here there’s no better place to stay than Fairford Football Club warm welcome great BBQ and Entertainment can’t wait to get there.”
Clive Sheridan, June 2012
“Hi Bill and the lovely crew down at Fairford Football Club. Thanks for all your help especially the breakfast. You really did go the extra mile for us and we appreciate it. See you next year.”
Barbara Smales, November 2011
“Had a great stay. Great people running site, will see you next year.”
Shaun Larkin, July 2010
“Hello Bill. Looking forward to seeing you all again this year (no rain please). Keep the beer cool.”
Norman Trowell, March 2009