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Does the 'campfire-friendly' site still exist?



 
 
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Old August 5th 03, 01:46 PM posted to uk.rec.camping
Alan Paterson
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Default Does the 'campfire-friendly' site still exist?

Anyone know of any sites which still tolerate or even cater for (as in
provide wood) campfires?


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Old August 6th 03, 11:35 AM posted to uk.rec.camping
Alan Paterson
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Default Does the 'campfire-friendly' site still exist?

Thanks, Phil - it looks nice. Sod's law tho' - of all the places in the
country, that's one where I don't need to camp, having accommodating relis
within 10 miles. Anyone know of anywhere nearer London?
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On Tue, 5 Aug 2003 12:46:30 +0000 (UTC), Alan Paterson wrote:

Anyone know of any sites which still tolerate or even cater for (as in
provide wood) campfires?

Fisherground http://www.fishergroundcampsite.co.uk will let you light

fires.
They say there is plenty of wood in the nearby woods but I would take my

own
just to be sure.
--
Phil Cook looking north over the park to the "Westminster Gasworks"



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Old August 6th 03, 09:59 PM posted to uk.rec.camping
mountain
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Default Does the 'campfire-friendly' site still exist?

"Alan Paterson" wrote in news:bgo8v6$spq
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Anyone know of any sites which still tolerate or even cater for (as in
provide wood) campfires?




Checkout this thread

http://www.campingmagazine.co.uk/forum/view.asp?ID=1117

and in particular this post

http://www.campingmagazine.co.uk/forum/VIEW.ASP?ID=1158

Hope thats of some use

mountain
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Old August 7th 03, 12:15 PM posted to uk.rec.camping
Alan Paterson
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Default Does the 'campfire-friendly' site still exist?

It certainly is - many thanks.

Alan
"mountain" wrote in message
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"Alan Paterson" wrote in news:bgo8v6$spq
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Anyone know of any sites which still tolerate or even cater for (as in
provide wood) campfires?




Checkout this thread

http://www.campingmagazine.co.uk/forum/view.asp?ID=1117

and in particular this post

http://www.campingmagazine.co.uk/forum/VIEW.ASP?ID=1158

Hope thats of some use

mountain



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Old August 8th 03, 11:23 PM posted to uk.rec.camping
Fudge
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Default Does the 'campfire-friendly' site still exist?


mountain wrote in message
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"Alan Paterson" wrote in news:bgo8v6$spq
:

Anyone know of any sites which still tolerate or even cater for (as in
provide wood) campfires?

Checkout this thread

http://www.campingmagazine.co.uk/forum/view.asp?ID=1117

and in particular this post

http://www.campingmagazine.co.uk/forum/VIEW.ASP?ID=1158

Hope thats of some use

mountain


I've stayed at the one in Bodiam, the address is:
Park Farm
Bodiam
Brobertsbridge
TN32 5XA
Tel: 01580 830514

Fudge


 



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