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Old January 24th 06, 04:15 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
Capt T
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Default Chester site

Thanks for all info re York. Wife sniffed at the underwater bit and said how
about Chester instead.Reads ok but is it plagued by noise from the motorway?

Any info for site and area much appreciated.

Cheers


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Old January 24th 06, 06:23 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
DaveK
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Default Chester site


"Capt T" wrote in message
...
Thanks for all info re York. Wife sniffed at the underwater bit and said
how
about Chester instead.Reads ok but is it plagued by noise from the
motorway?

Any info for site and area much appreciated.

Chester Fairoaks. Very good site, no noise from motorway. Stroll to Outlet
Shopping Village (if you like that sort of thing).

Nice walk along the Shropshire Union Canal to Chester Zoo and beyond.
Country pub nearby in the lane and a Brewers Fayre type over the main road.
Blue Planet aquarium and big cinema in the complex.
Always busy, recommend booking.
DaveK.



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Old January 24th 06, 06:23 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
DaveK
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Default Chester site


"Capt T" wrote in message
...
Thanks for all info re York. Wife sniffed at the underwater bit and said
how
about Chester instead.Reads ok but is it plagued by noise from the
motorway?

Any info for site and area much appreciated.

Chester Fairoaks. Very good site, no noise from motorway. Stroll to Outlet
Shopping Village (if you like that sort of thing).

Nice walk along the Shropshire Union Canal to Chester Zoo and beyond.
Country pub nearby in the lane and a Brewers Fayre type over the main road.
Blue Planet aquarium and big cinema in the complex.
Always busy, recommend booking.
DaveK.



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Old January 24th 06, 06:23 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
DaveK
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Default Chester site


"Capt T" wrote in message
...
Thanks for all info re York. Wife sniffed at the underwater bit and said
how
about Chester instead.Reads ok but is it plagued by noise from the
motorway?

Any info for site and area much appreciated.

Chester Fairoaks. Very good site, no noise from motorway. Stroll to Outlet
Shopping Village (if you like that sort of thing).

Nice walk along the Shropshire Union Canal to Chester Zoo and beyond.
Country pub nearby in the lane and a Brewers Fayre type over the main road.
Blue Planet aquarium and big cinema in the complex.
Always busy, recommend booking.
DaveK.



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Old January 24th 06, 06:23 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
Gary Upton
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Default Chester site

Concerning the chester site i from near that area not used the site but have
been to it seems nice site not far from motorway so might hear some noise
but couple pubs within walking distance also walking distance to Cheshire
Oaks the largest designer outlet in europe also near leisure park with
restaurants,cinema,bowling etc also not far by car to Chester City Centre
and Chester Zoo great day out.
I am new to this forum and other caravan websites picking my first caravan
up soon cant wait but bit nervous of getting to tow etc for first
time.Looking forward to seeing loads new places and having fun.
All the best
Gary
"Capt T" wrote in message
...
Thanks for all info re York. Wife sniffed at the underwater bit and said
how
about Chester instead.Reads ok but is it plagued by noise from the
motorway?

Any info for site and area much appreciated.

Cheers




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Old January 24th 06, 06:23 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
Gary Upton
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Posts: 3
Default Chester site

Concerning the chester site i from near that area not used the site but have
been to it seems nice site not far from motorway so might hear some noise
but couple pubs within walking distance also walking distance to Cheshire
Oaks the largest designer outlet in europe also near leisure park with
restaurants,cinema,bowling etc also not far by car to Chester City Centre
and Chester Zoo great day out.
I am new to this forum and other caravan websites picking my first caravan
up soon cant wait but bit nervous of getting to tow etc for first
time.Looking forward to seeing loads new places and having fun.
All the best
Gary
"Capt T" wrote in message
...
Thanks for all info re York. Wife sniffed at the underwater bit and said
how
about Chester instead.Reads ok but is it plagued by noise from the
motorway?

Any info for site and area much appreciated.

Cheers




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Old January 24th 06, 06:23 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
Gary Upton
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Posts: 3
Default Chester site

Concerning the chester site i from near that area not used the site but have
been to it seems nice site not far from motorway so might hear some noise
but couple pubs within walking distance also walking distance to Cheshire
Oaks the largest designer outlet in europe also near leisure park with
restaurants,cinema,bowling etc also not far by car to Chester City Centre
and Chester Zoo great day out.
I am new to this forum and other caravan websites picking my first caravan
up soon cant wait but bit nervous of getting to tow etc for first
time.Looking forward to seeing loads new places and having fun.
All the best
Gary
"Capt T" wrote in message
...
Thanks for all info re York. Wife sniffed at the underwater bit and said
how
about Chester instead.Reads ok but is it plagued by noise from the
motorway?

Any info for site and area much appreciated.

Cheers




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Old January 25th 06, 01:40 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
Capt T
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Posts: 38
Default Chester site

Hi Gary
Thanks for that sounds like in the middle of a very busy area.Some plus
points for things to do but maybe too busy for me.
Dont worry about towing too much once you get going you will probably forget
its behind you.Only tricky part is reversing round corners ie onto pitch
etc but as long as you take your time with practice you will get
there.Incidentally if its a 15ft body for example you will be surprised how
easy it is to manouver by hand(providing its flat of course) so you can pull
level and then swing by hand and back onto pitch.

Regards Andy

"Gary Upton" wrote in message
...
Concerning the chester site i from near that area not used the site but

have
been to it seems nice site not far from motorway so might hear some noise
but couple pubs within walking distance also walking distance to Cheshire
Oaks the largest designer outlet in europe also near leisure park with
restaurants,cinema,bowling etc also not far by car to Chester City Centre
and Chester Zoo great day out.
I am new to this forum and other caravan websites picking my first caravan
up soon cant wait but bit nervous of getting to tow etc for first
time.Looking forward to seeing loads new places and having fun.
All the best
Gary
"Capt T" wrote in message
...
Thanks for all info re York. Wife sniffed at the underwater bit and said
how
about Chester instead.Reads ok but is it plagued by noise from the
motorway?

Any info for site and area much appreciated.

Cheers






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Old January 25th 06, 01:40 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
Capt T
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Posts: 38
Default Chester site

Hi Gary
Thanks for that sounds like in the middle of a very busy area.Some plus
points for things to do but maybe too busy for me.
Dont worry about towing too much once you get going you will probably forget
its behind you.Only tricky part is reversing round corners ie onto pitch
etc but as long as you take your time with practice you will get
there.Incidentally if its a 15ft body for example you will be surprised how
easy it is to manouver by hand(providing its flat of course) so you can pull
level and then swing by hand and back onto pitch.

Regards Andy

"Gary Upton" wrote in message
...
Concerning the chester site i from near that area not used the site but

have
been to it seems nice site not far from motorway so might hear some noise
but couple pubs within walking distance also walking distance to Cheshire
Oaks the largest designer outlet in europe also near leisure park with
restaurants,cinema,bowling etc also not far by car to Chester City Centre
and Chester Zoo great day out.
I am new to this forum and other caravan websites picking my first caravan
up soon cant wait but bit nervous of getting to tow etc for first
time.Looking forward to seeing loads new places and having fun.
All the best
Gary
"Capt T" wrote in message
...
Thanks for all info re York. Wife sniffed at the underwater bit and said
how
about Chester instead.Reads ok but is it plagued by noise from the
motorway?

Any info for site and area much appreciated.

Cheers






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Old January 25th 06, 01:40 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
Capt T
external usenet poster
 
Posts: 38
Default Chester site

Hi Gary
Thanks for that sounds like in the middle of a very busy area.Some plus
points for things to do but maybe too busy for me.
Dont worry about towing too much once you get going you will probably forget
its behind you.Only tricky part is reversing round corners ie onto pitch
etc but as long as you take your time with practice you will get
there.Incidentally if its a 15ft body for example you will be surprised how
easy it is to manouver by hand(providing its flat of course) so you can pull
level and then swing by hand and back onto pitch.

Regards Andy

"Gary Upton" wrote in message
...
Concerning the chester site i from near that area not used the site but

have
been to it seems nice site not far from motorway so might hear some noise
but couple pubs within walking distance also walking distance to Cheshire
Oaks the largest designer outlet in europe also near leisure park with
restaurants,cinema,bowling etc also not far by car to Chester City Centre
and Chester Zoo great day out.
I am new to this forum and other caravan websites picking my first caravan
up soon cant wait but bit nervous of getting to tow etc for first
time.Looking forward to seeing loads new places and having fun.
All the best
Gary
"Capt T" wrote in message
...
Thanks for all info re York. Wife sniffed at the underwater bit and said
how
about Chester instead.Reads ok but is it plagued by noise from the
motorway?

Any info for site and area much appreciated.

Cheers






 



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