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tony1952

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About tony1952

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  • Birthday 11/11/1952

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Wotton-Under-Edge
  • Interests
    Enjoying life, fishing, walking and photography
  • Towcar
    LWB Shogun
  • Caravan
    Buccaneer Cruiser

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  1. Hi to all, Thank you so much for your help and advice. Sorry for the delay in responding, have been away in the caravan for the past six weeks.
  2. I am looking for a wiring diagram on how to fit a solar panel. This would include fittment to the roof and all subsequent sealing and wiring in. Can any member be able to supply some links to carry out this undertaking? Many thanks. Tony1952
  3. We are off to Scotland for a six weeks jolly. We are trying to make Carlisle on day one, will give it a look/stay. Thanks for the information. I was hoping to get a good list together for the benefit of all.
  4. We are off to Scotland for a six weeks jolly. We are trying to make Carlisle on day one, will give it a look/stay. Thanks for the information. I was hoping to get a good list together for the benefit of all.
  5. tony1952

    Passage Farm

    This is a very peaceful and relaxing CL. It has Electric hook ups. Fresh Water connection to each pitch. Grey waste outlet on almost every pitch. You have a choice of either a grass or hard standing pitch. There is a toilet block, (no showers). Plus, a chemical waste facility. The electric supply is 16amp. There is also a fishing lake on site. (£5.00 per day per road) based on 2017 tariffs. This is a very tidy site, and indeed, a very tidy farm. The owners clearly like to run a nice, clean and tidy ship. If I was totally honest, it is without doubt the best CL we have ever stayed on. In fact, it puts a great number of big sites to shame. If the owners were to ever put in a shower block, (no hint here) it would be put a huge number of sites to shame. Based on 2017 tariffs, the pitch fees are £17.50 per night or £115.00 per week. The site is situated at almost the very end of Passage Road. In turn, the very end of the road is right by the River Severn. Which so happens to have a Michelin starred fish restaurant. I’m told it is very well worth a visit. Of course, being by the river, you get to see the Severn Bore. Please check out www.severn-bore.co.uk for times and heights. I’m informed that the best tides to aim for are those with at least a 4-5-star rating. For those who love a great walk you will not be disappointed. There of quite a number. We opted for the four Arlingham walks. These in the main are a minimum of 2.5 hours long. Which you can join up and make 5 plus hours long. They can all be aimed at the Red Lion pub as either a start or finish point. The red Lion at Arlingham also serves great food and ales. It also has many other attractions that are designed to please a large number of people. Catch them at www.redlionarlingham.co.uk There is also free Wi-Fi on site.
  6. This is a very peaceful and relaxing CL. It has Electric hook ups. Fresh Water connection to each pitch. Grey waste outlet on almost every pitch. You have a choice of either a grass or hard standing pitch. There is a toilet block, (no showers). Plus, a chemical waste facility. The electric supply is 16amp. There is also a fishing lake on site. (£5. 00 per day per road) based on 2017 tariffs. This is a very tidy site, and indeed, a very tidy farm. The owners clearly like to run a nice, clean and tidy ship. If I was totally honest, it is without doubt the best CL we have ever stayed on. In fact, it puts a great number of big sites to shame. If the owners were to ever put in a shower block, (no hint here) it would be put a huge number of sites to shame. Based on 2017 tariffs, the pitch fees are £17. 50 per night or £115. 00 per week. The site is situated at almost the very end of Passage Road. In turn, the very end of the road is right by the River Severn. Which so happens to have a Michelin starred fish restaurant. I’m told it is very well worth a visit. Of course, being by the river, you get to see the Severn Bore. Please check out www. severn-bore. co. uk for times and heights. I’m informed that the best tides to aim for are those with at least a 4-5-star rating. For those who love a great walk you will not be disappointed. There of quite a number. We opted for the four Arlingham walks. These in the main are a minimum of 2. 5 hours long. Which you can join up and make 5 plus hours long. They can all be aimed at the Red Lion pub as either a start or finish point. The red Lion at Arlingham also serves great food and ales. It also has many other attractions that are designed to please a large number of people. Catch them at www. redlionarlingham. co. uk There is also free Wi-Fi on site. Click here to view the UK campsite review
  7. There is already one on CT. Could not see how to post a second one. The nightly rate is £17. 50 per night, £115. 00 per week. There is also on site fishing at £5. 00 per day per rod. There is a Michelin star fish restaurant a five minute walk away. Plus there is a local pub, Red Lion, about a15 min walk, serving local pub food. We have not tried the fish restaurant, but have eaten at the Red Lion, very nice it was too. The site us a five minute walk to the river Servern. At which point, and when tides permit, you can view the Servern Bore. Please check out Bore times on the Severn Bore web site. The best tides are those rated 4 or 5 stars.
  8. I wonder how many CL sites with either clubs, have the following. 16amp electric, electric post with light, same post with a mains water supply, grey waste outlet, both grass and hard standing, toilet block. We found one in Gloucestershire, Passage Farm, that has all of these. I would suggest that this is possibly one of a kind, but I am willing and happy to be proved wrong.
  9. In my opinion, this is one of the best, if not THE, best CL in the country. This CL puts a great number of big sites to shame. If it had a shower block, (not a hint) it would out shine most of the sites. We have put this on our regular must visit site for the rest of 2017 & 2018.
  10. Have you seen the corrected figures? Hope this answers your point. All figures used are those supplied to me via Buccaneer.
  11. Now corrected. Thanks for pointing that out.
  12. Please note, the MTPLM SHOULD READ 1943kgs. DOES ANYONE KNOW HOW TO CORRECT A POSTING? Mod Edit : MTPLM now corrected
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