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bedford cf meet 2007

wow.. these places on the south coast are bl****dy expensive.
I have only one reply to emails so far at eastbourne area and they want £16 a unit with hook up but no extras for children and dogs
it is £12.50 a unit a night with no hook up.
I have had one quote of £19 a unit plus kids and dogs???? i pay £12 for B&B round here...
the alternative we have as possible is a farmers field in norfolk [near Wisbech] at approx £6 a night [not finalised yet.]
we can have a bonfire there and we would be alone. no hook ups but water would be available.

can I have some comments please and numbers I would need to confirm numbers by weekend and they must be firm as I will have to pay if you don't turn up. that is for the eastbourne site only. field would be come if you wish but we need a minimum of ten vans

I will go anywhere.
I know lockout will go too
and God
and Sid and sylv
lets try for a mega turn out this time guys .......
I want to meet some of the new guys and put faces to names..

If you have no van not a problem. I'm taking the trailer tent as a meet tent and that can sleep 4 one end and 2 the other......

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As I was telling you things are still up in the air at work so I dont know if I will make it or not, Id best say not then if any thing changes I will try and come. :)
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Sorry roi we wont be at that one

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Colin Birch
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I take it none of you ever stay at camp sites? I was paying £20+ on some sites over 2 years ago. £16 with hookup seems very reasonable to me.

£12 B&B? We went to Paignton Dec 9+10 last year for Jaynes 40th (left the kids and dog behind). £50 per night for the room was the cheapest we could get

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I will be going here for the easter if roi cant get any where.

Bishops Waltham.£5.50pn.extra adults 18 and over £2pn.It is C C Club holiday site and it will be CCC club members only.You donot have to book just get there.The address is.
Little Metlands Farm.
Lime Kiln Lane.
Dean.
Bishops.
Waltham.

From M3 J11.travel south towards Colden Common (B3354).
At fishers pond take (b2177) for 41/2M to Bishops Waltham.
then take (Bb3025) towards Corhampton.in 2m turn left into Lime Kilnln.
site within 100yds.
Can only be accessed from (B3035).
Easter w/e full prog of events arranged.

An abundance of places to decover and visit.Historic houses and gardens,Country pks. family attractions,inc Theme parks,Arts,theatre and concert venues.Defence of the realme.
Winchester,Southamton and Portsmouth with in 20m.
Own san ess.

For further info contact Gary Parsons 02383 482796.

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Colin Birch wrote:
I take it none of you ever stay at camp sites? I was paying £20+ on some sites over 2 years ago. £16 with hookup seems very reasonable to me.

£12 B&B? We went to Paignton Dec 9+10 last year for Jaynes 40th (left the kids and dog behind). £50 per night for the room was the cheapest we could get



Very rare colin unless it a ccc holiday site or a small certified one never pay more than £5/6 max, other wise the van would hardly get out
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so far this one at eastbourne is the cheapest..
unbelievably
I have been quoted £15 [no hook up] to £20 plus kids dogs etc.#
and all insist that every unit is booked in for the full 3 nights

my vote will be for the Norfolk site if that is ok with you lot which also means that you don't need to book in for the 3 nights or even 2.

just roll up which is the way we usually do it.

I can't believe it's so expensive. I have never paid more that £15 for a night and that was at Swansea when we had no alternative and a f**** huge trailer tent.

can I have some numbers please of who will be going

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Colin Birch wrote:
I take it none of you ever stay at camp sites? I was paying £20+ on some sites over 2 years ago. £16 with hookup seems very reasonable to me.

£12 B&B? We went to Paignton Dec 9+10 last year for Jaynes 40th (left the kids and dog behind). £50 per night for the room was the cheapest we could get


you have very expensive tastes God bach.
I paid less than that for the 3 of us and the dog at a few places the last 3 months.
most expensive was £45 at a travelodge with no brek.
even hotels in Rhyl wouldn't dare charge £50 a night for a single B&B

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We will go if you can get it set up roi

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Same for us (2 adults)

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When are we going to get some names down for this meet,and get some details on this farmer,and what he is charging,getting a bit to close now.

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Norfolk is out for me. It's too far to go with the little monster. He's not a great traveler. Just ask my wife how many times he was sick over her on the way to Scotland

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Ok so we have a choice
eastbourne at £16 a nite with hook up or 12.50 a nite without.
orchard view at Sutton st edmunds lincolnshire at £7.00 with hook up or £4.50 a nite without hook up

I need to know numbers and names by sunday pm to book either

THERE IS A BANGER RACE MEET near THE LINCS ONE but banger racer is not racing. he will be there of course.. and he has only 15 places so we are limited to 15 there. but it is a proper campsite so has toilets etc.

I will turn up to either so it's now up to you lot..

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I can't find Sutton st edmunds on multimap. What's the nearest town?

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orchard view at Sutton st edmunds lincolnshire at �7.00 with hook up or �4.50 a nite without hook up

I need to know numbers and names by sunday pm to book either

I can find it as well colin the only sutton orchard way ( no view )that
i can find is in the senter of london.
there is about 6 suttons on the map.

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IS THIS THE ONE ROI-

Orchard View Caravan & Camping Park
Broadgate
Sutton St Edmund
Lincolnshire
PE12 0LT
if it is, is the postcode any good for locating?

NEAREST I GOT WAS WESTON OR SPALDING.
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lat 52.69938 deg North
long 0.02301 deg east
couple of miles north of Wisbech
norfolk lincs and cambs border sort of

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so far we have
1/ helsid + aunty sylv -Yorks
2/ roi + family - nth Wales
3/ God [Colin] + family - sth Wales
4/ Maurice and family - sth of France
6/ Lockout - Devon


we have a limited no of places ie. 15
the guy is letting us have his whole campsite for our easter meet.
so lets fill it people.
it's your chance to see the faces behind the posts.
I need to know

1st event was Doone valley [Devon Somerset border] 10 vans plus 1 day visitor special birthday for Colin and the beddy site
2nd event was Carrog Nth Wales 13 vans special was a train ride on a puffertrain
3rd event was Wakefield Nth Yorks 13 vans again [I think] special event was Sid 'n' Sylv's barbie and visit to boot sale

4th event is to be at orchard view Sutton St Edmunds [near Wisbech]
special event is a day at the banger races
there has to be more than 5 of us want to go..



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Sorry to ask, but what is a Banger Race?
:B

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Maurice Mouraret wrote:
Sorry to ask, but what is a Banger Race?
:B


Hi Maurice.
All the best to you and your family.
A banger race is a lot off nut heads fixing old cars and vans and then run round on a race track and smash them up the one that is left on the race track that can still move is the winner.Hope that will let you know what is a banger race good fun to watch, you will injoy it.

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