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Old February 14th 04, 09:58 PM posted to uk.rec.camping
Ian
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Default Site next to Canal Midlands

Hi

We're looking for a site which is on , or very near a canal in the
Gloucestershire, Worcestershire or Warwickshire areas

We'll be looking to spend a few days cycling the tow paths

Has anyone any recommendations for a site please?

MTIA


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Old February 15th 04, 09:20 AM posted to uk.rec.camping,uk.rec.waterways
Brian[_2_]
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Default Site next to Canal Midlands

Tell him Holt's Farm Southam
There is a camp and caravan site on the farm at Napton top lock where we
moor.
Put him in contact if he wants ore info Martin

"martin" wrote in message
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On Sat, 14 Feb 2004 22:58:15 -0000, "Ian"
wrote:

Hi

We're looking for a site which is on , or very near a canal in the
Gloucestershire, Worcestershire or Warwickshire areas

We'll be looking to spend a few days cycling the tow paths

Has anyone any recommendations for a site please?


ask on uk.rec.waterways
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Old February 15th 04, 09:59 AM posted to uk.rec.camping,uk.rec.waterways
Martin Phillips
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In message , martin
writes
On Sat, 14 Feb 2004 22:58:15 -0000, "Ian"
wrote:

Hi

We're looking for a site which is on , or very near a canal in the
Gloucestershire, Worcestershire or Warwickshire areas

We'll be looking to spend a few days cycling the tow paths

Has anyone any recommendations for a site please?


On the Glos & Sharpness, there's a camp site behind the Tudor Arms at
Patch Bridge. No idea what it's like although it seems popular, and the
pub is quite good despite its ugly external appearance. Also camping
behind the George at Cambridge on the Cambridge Arm of the G&S. Looks
ok, but the pub is rather "Chef and Brewered".

Wassail!
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Martin E Phillips nb Boden, Splatt Bridge
http://www.g4cio.demon.co.uk martin/at/g4cio/dot/demon/dot/co/dot/uk
Homebrewing, black pudding, boats, morris dancing, ham radio and more!
The Gloucester-Sharpness canal page http://www.glos-sharpness.org.uk
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Old February 15th 04, 11:53 AM posted to uk.rec.camping,uk.rec.waterways
Martin Clark
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Default Site next to Canal Midlands

Martin Phillips wrote...
In message , martin
writes

Has anyone any recommendations for a site please?


On the Glos & Sharpness, there's a camp site behind the Tudor Arms at
Patch Bridge. No idea what it's like although it seems popular, and the
pub is quite good despite its ugly external appearance. Also camping
behind the George at Cambridge on the Cambridge Arm of the G&S. Looks
ok, but the pub is rather "Chef and Brewered".

Is that rhyming slang for something?

[How many Martins can we get into one thread?]
--
Martin Clark

Internet Boaters' Database http://www.auluk.freeserve.co.uk/boats
Pennine Waterways Website http://www.penninewaterways.co.uk
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Old February 15th 04, 12:26 PM posted to uk.rec.camping,uk.rec.waterways
Martin Phillips
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Default Site next to Canal Midlands

In message , Martin Clark
writes
Martin Phillips wrote...
In message , martin
writes

Has anyone any recommendations for a site please?


On the Glos & Sharpness, there's a camp site behind the Tudor Arms at
Patch Bridge. No idea what it's like although it seems popular, and
the pub is quite good despite its ugly external appearance. Also
camping behind the George at Cambridge on the Cambridge Arm of the
G&S. Looks ok, but the pub is rather "Chef and Brewered".

Is that rhyming slang for something?


It wasn't, but I daresay will be.


Wassail!

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Martin E Phillips nb Boden, Splatt Bridge
http://www.g4cio.demon.co.uk martin/at/g4cio/dot/demon/dot/co/dot/uk
Homebrewing, black pudding, boats, morris dancing, ham radio and more!
The Gloucester-Sharpness canal page http://www.glos-sharpness.org.uk
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Old February 15th 04, 02:00 PM posted to uk.rec.camping,uk.rec.waterways
Phil Cook[_3_]
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Default Site next to Canal Midlands

On Sun, 15 Feb 2004 14:52:48 +0100, martin wrote:

On Sun, 15 Feb 2004 12:53:31 +0000, Martin Clark
wrote:

Martin Phillips wrote...
In message , martin
writes

Has anyone any recommendations for a site please?

On the Glos & Sharpness, there's a camp site behind the Tudor Arms at
Patch Bridge. No idea what it's like although it seems popular, and the
pub is quite good despite its ugly external appearance. Also camping
behind the George at Cambridge on the Cambridge Arm of the G&S. Looks
ok, but the pub is rather "Chef and Brewered".

Is that rhyming slang for something?

[How many Martins can we get into one thread?]


Ed: that's more than enuf.


Typical clutch size for a House Martin is 3-5 eggs.
So yes, more than one oeuf. :-)
--
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Old February 15th 04, 03:01 PM posted to uk.rec.camping,uk.rec.waterways
Robin Nicholson
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Default Site next to Canal Midlands


Has anyone any recommendations for a site please?


If you fancy just south of Worcester, there is one with a view looking
down into the Severn.
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Robin

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Old February 15th 04, 03:33 PM posted to uk.rec.camping,uk.rec.waterways
Martin Clark
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Default How many Martins? - used to be: Site next to Canal Midlands

martin wrote...
On Sun, 15 Feb 2004 12:53:31 +0000, Martin Clark
wrote:
Martin Phillips wrote...
In message , martin
writes

Has anyone any recommendations for a site please?

On the Glos & Sharpness, there's a camp site behind the Tudor Arms at
Patch Bridge. No idea what it's like although it seems popular, and the
pub is quite good despite its ugly external appearance. Also camping
behind the George at Cambridge on the Cambridge Arm of the G&S. Looks
ok, but the pub is rather "Chef and Brewered".

Is that rhyming slang for something?

[How many Martins can we get into one thread?]


Ed: that's more than enuf.


Ed said that without moving his lips. Watch out - he'll be along soon.
--
Martin Clark

Internet Boaters' Database http://www.auluk.freeserve.co.uk/boats
Pennine Waterways Website http://www.penninewaterways.co.uk
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Old February 15th 04, 08:35 PM posted to uk.rec.camping
Stephen Glynn
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Default Site next to Canal Midlands


"Ian" wrote in message
news
Hi

We're looking for a site which is on , or very near a canal in the
Gloucestershire, Worcestershire or Warwickshire areas

We'll be looking to spend a few days cycling the tow paths

Has anyone any recommendations for a site please?

MTIA


I'm pretty sure the Camping and Caravanning club site at Wolverley in
Birmingham has a site next to the Staffs and Worcester Canal also the site
at Devizes is next to the Kennet and Avon Canal.


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