Santa Dave takes very
good care of his elves, which is why he’s very sad to learn that one of his
elves has been misbehaving!
Dave ensures that his
elves work in good conditions that comply with elf and safety regulations, that
they make use of the National Elf Service when ill and he plays some of their
favourite tunes, such as “All By My Elf” or an Elfis Presley classic whilst
they work. He does everything to boost their elf esteem!
But despite all of this
one mischievous little elf has been trying to sabotage a big surprise that
Santa Dave is looking forward to revealing next week. The little imp has been
trying to uncover top-secret information ahead of the big reveal, in an effort
to spoil the surprise for everyone. What a sELFish thing to do!
Don’t let this little
elf ruin the fun, but do watch this space for more news from Santa Dave.
Sunday 18th November saw great Enduro championship action
come to Thetford Forest. You may have been there to see the thrilling Muntjac event
organised by Diss MCC, which was the last round of the ACU Eastern Enduro
Championship 2018. For those of you who weren't however, it was a tough course,
with penalties making a big difference to the final result. Although Jason
Morland started the day in the lead, it was Luke Parker who ended the day in
victory! Read more at https://www.acu.org.uk/news/2018/11/parker-takes-victory-and-title-at-acu-eastern-enduro-championship-finale/
(photo of the event by Anthony Ridge from ACU Eastern report) If this event has given you an appetite for Enduro, then get
involved by visiting our Thetford Forest based Hit The Dirt Track, which offers
great challenges (and warming refreshments) Hope to see you there!
On 18th November you'll be able to enjoy Diss MCC's Muntjac
Enduro in Thetford Forest, as the final round of the ACU Eastern championship. This is a popular 20 mile course in a great woodland
setting, providing some interesting challenges. Diss MCC has been running such events since it reformed
after World War II. From grass track in the 1950s to motocross (originally
called scramble) in the sixties, the club continues to run great enduro and
motocross events. To offer preparation time at our forest track, we're open
the weekend of November 10th and 11th (pausing for remembrance reflection on
the Sunday). And on the subject of muntjac, these plucky little deer
reside in Thetford Forest, in addition to red and roe deer. Remember off-road
riding is only allowed at designated areas of the forest, including Hit The
Dirt, to help protect these species and the environment. Hope to see you at the Hit The Dirt Track soon! http://www.hitthedirtdb.net/