Beaumont Hamel British Cemetery looking towards Redan Ridge
What We Offer….Our primary objective is to offer you a memorable Tour, but the details of every group Tour changes according to your groups’ needs and abilities. Our Tours are open to individuals, families and clubs. This allows you to book as a single vehicle and come and meet others with similar interests, or it allows a club to book an entire Tour. If you are interested in a custom tour for your organisation or club, we can customise a tour to suit you and offer a discount - get in touch for more info. If you have never driven your 4x4 “off road” before then do not worry, as we will be able to explain how to use your vehicle effectively and safely on tracks and lanes that are accessible by all. Please contact us to discuss this if you have even the slightest concern.We provide a plug-in CB radio for each vehicle (unless you already have one fitted) that allows us to give you a running commentary throughout the Tour. All vehicles will remain in contact all of the time - ask questions, request a tea break, chat to your friends. Each vehicle will also be given an information pack that includes a bound photo booklet (that you keep as a memento). This contains a series of photographs pertinent to the route of the Tour as well as additional reading pages.The cost of your Tour will include all campsite and electric fees and museum visits, and if your Tour is hotel based then it will include the hotel costs on a twin room, bed and breakfast basis (subject to availability). If you choose to take a hotel in the same town as a camping tour then these costs must be met by you.Please read and make sure you agree to our Terms and Conditions before booking a tour.Contact us and ask all the questions that you wish, so that you know we will be providing you with the Tour that is right for you.
Battlefieldsby4x4 has evolved through the friendship and interests of Nick and Carl who between them spent over 40 years living on the European battlefields and have over 50 years of experience when it comes to four wheel drive vehicles. Carl has over 35 years experience of working in several roles and countries with the Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC). He currently works as Head of External Relations for the CWGC focusing on the Centenary events and commemorations on the Western Front. His role requires him to communicate effectively to a wide range of audiences both in English and in French. Carl can also give ‘behind the scenes’ information on how the cemeteries are maintained but also how the CWGC is engaging more with visitors today. Carl also has years of experience in event organization, is an Associate Member of the Guild of Battlefield Guides and is trained to British Off Road Driving Association (BORDA) higher level. Nick manages the administration side of Battlefieldsby4x4 as well as customer relations and aims to provide service excellence. Nick is also a director of a London based design and printing company where attention to detail and customer service is critical. His skills are transferable and widely used for our website, marketing and branding and ensures all are consistent with key messages. Nick has many years of off-road experience and trained to BORDA Higher Level. He is also co-founder of The Four Wheel Drive Club - An all-marques club for anyone interested in 4x4’s. You will often find Nick leading a tour.Keith has had over 40 years’ experience working in International Law Enforcement and started his 4x4 interests in off-road competitions such as Cop-Drive. He has been a 4x4 instructor for a well-known motor manufacturer and the Chairman of the Civil Service Motoring Association 4x4 Group. He is an Associate Member of the Guild of Battlefield Guides and a Member of the European Travel Operators Association. His keen interest in military history saw him and his son Tim create and deliver the Help for Heroes 4x4 European Rally; a two week adventure following the 1944/45 Allied Invasion route through Europe. The six rallies from 2010-2015, each of 45 vehicles and 120 people, raised over £1 million for the charity. Tim is an Approved Driving Instructor (ADI) and has experience of being a 4x4 instructor for a well-known motor manufacturer. An owner of a 4x4 for many years, Tim has taken part in a number of Macmillan 4x4 UK Challenges and raised funds for Cancer Charities. In 2015 he climbed Kilimanjaro in support of Help for Heroes and raised over £8000 for the charity. Like his father, Tim has a keen interest in military history and together they founded and organised the Help for Heroes 4x4 European Rally; a two week adventure following the 1944/45 Allied Invasion route through Europe. The six rallies from 2010- 2015, each of 45 vehicles and 120 people, raised over £1 million for the charity.