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Our first trip with the classic car and Dandy.

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jenstar

Posts : 177
Join date : 2011-08-07
Age : 54
Location : West midlands

Re: Our first trip with the classic car and Dandy.

Post by jenstar on Sat 10 Sep 2011, 11:03 pm

Oh.....and it looks such a pretty church! You never think of these things when you pitch up do you! Thanks for the PM, I too now know the placement of the secret sticker!!!! Ha ha! Very Happy
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Cazz

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Join date : 2011-07-14
Age : 42
Location : Staffordshire

Re: Our first trip with the classic car and Dandy.

Post by Cazz on Sat 10 Sep 2011, 11:20 pm

No probs. Very Happy

I will just clarify the chimey church, I don't want to paint a bad picture of it. It actually had/has quite a nice chime, we thought it would disturb us, but it didn't. The first few times it told us the time, we thought oh heck, but it was fine. This is from two people that can't stand ticking clocks or dripping taps. We are hopefully going back soon. Very Happy

Literally a 1 minute walk from the site is a canel that crosses the road, the boat pilots have to operate a something or other that basically lifts part of the road in the air to allow the boats through. study
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jenstar

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Re: Our first trip with the classic car and Dandy.

Post by jenstar on Sat 10 Sep 2011, 11:37 pm

Ooooo.....sounds nice cazz, we have to camp with hook-ups though as the lads need their tech stuff where ever they go!! If it was just bob and I we could camp any where, which I love as I dont like paying a lot to camp. I think thats part of the joy that it can be so reasonable, some sites I have looked up lately by the time you add everything up they want to charge you for its getting on for over 25 a night!!! affraid 3 adults ( our eldest has to come with us and he is 18 now) 1 child, we just get away with james at 14, the car the dandy, one awning, a hook up and one dog......oh and fresh air, that will be the next thing they will try and charge for!!!! lol
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Cazz

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Location : Staffordshire

Re: Our first trip with the classic car and Dandy.

Post by Cazz on Sat 10 Sep 2011, 11:47 pm

They do also do electric hookup pitches, I've no idea of the normal price though, we had some of those vouchers for 95p camping from the Daily Mirror.

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jenstar

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Age : 54
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Re: Our first trip with the classic car and Dandy.

Post by jenstar on Sun 11 Sep 2011, 12:02 am

Wow, looks fab cazz, might give that a go, we have pals in cheshire! Thanks for the link will have to ring and find out the prices. Very Happy
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Helen
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Re: Our first trip with the classic car and Dandy.

Post by Helen on Sun 11 Sep 2011, 8:01 am

We are sat in the awning listening to the church chime at the moment, it is lovely. Very Happy
Cheshire isn't far for us so we may also look at the site as a quick weekend get away for posting the link.
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Cazz

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Location : Staffordshire

Re: Our first trip with the classic car and Dandy.

Post by Cazz on Sun 11 Sep 2011, 8:47 pm

No probs on posting the link. Cool

For those who are still wondering where the sticker is, it is on the lid of the retro floor matching cool box. We've had that coolbox for a number of years now, knowing one day it would have it's perfect use. Very Happy

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