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Hey Everyone.

 

We are pretty new to the caravaning game but have been out every weekend since purchasing a 2011 Elddis Avante 4 weeks back. I am now looking for advice on wher to go for a good bonfire night celebration. ........ something for the kids and obviously a place for the parents to enjoy a little tipple. Somewhere within 70 miles of Leicester would be perfect.

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http://leicsda. co. uk/LDA2011Programme. aspx

 

This DA has a venue organised if you are a Camping and Caravan Club.

 

I do recommend joining a DA because as you can see they do have a lot of Meets specially for local members.

 

You are not restricted to Leicester DA Meets either. Notts and Derby DA have Bonfire Meets as well. :)

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Were actually away this bonfire night at Sandringham CC site due to our new Bailey Unicorn Madrid been put back on the production line, should have had it on the 12th of October now looks like being nearer the 25th. We have two Yorkies that are not to good with fireworks hoping due to Sandringhams location in the Forest their will be no Bonfires. Anyone been their at this time of year we were their late June early July this year but have never done it so late before.

NigelH

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Our village has an enormous bonfire and fireworks display that attracts thousands of folk from all over Cheshire/Staffs/Shropshire.

 

We head in the opposite direction before the jams start and pitch as far from 'civilisation' as possible to avoid stressing out our two beardies.

 

Fireworks! Pah! Ought to be banned.

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Our village has an enormous bonfire and fireworks display that attracts thousands of folk from all over Cheshire/Staffs/Shropshire.

 

We head in the opposite direction before the jams start and pitch as far from 'civilisation' as possible to avoid stressing out our two beardies.

 

Fireworks! Pah! Ought to be banned.

 

 

guessing from your location as near crewe that would be betly bonfire?

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Hi

 

The Conkers attraction near Ashby de la Zouch usually has a fabulous firework display. The website is www. visitconkers. com - but, if you stay on the Camping and Caravnning Club's site (called Conkers) you can see the fire works for nowt - I have been there for the last three bonfire nights!

 

A bit further away, the CCC Hereford are having some type of bonfire.

 

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