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Sun, 16th Mar 2014 | Lucy | 2,563 Views.

Caravaning

Hello good people of Noddleit.com I have decided that I am going to buy myself a caravan and that way, I can take myself and the kids away for weekends or longer because otherwise I can't afford to take them on holiday. Anyway, before you reach for your violins, I was wondering if any of you good people have any ideas of where to go? Lots of caravan sites but I'd like to go to places that are child friendly and also it would be nice if there are places of interest at the same time!Many thanks in advance!

                


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Tue, 18th Mar 2014
Thank you so much Reynard, you really are a darling! I shall take all of this invaluable information into serious consideration!
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Tue, 18th Mar 2014
... & don't forget it's not long till Festival season!

Some Festivals have caravan sites near by. Sidmouth, for example, has a local farmer who converts his golf course for the week for inexpensive camping/caravanning. A 1.50 bus ride into town. The pubs in town have music sessions on - though it's possible to avoid folk music completely if you don't like it - & there's a children's festival part:

www.sidmouthfolkweek.co.uk/>>

I know that you have your family to care for, but for those wanting to see some top bands for free, try stewarding. I volunteer steward for the disabled at a range of festivals - Glastonbury, WOMAD etc. It's hard work but it's great fun, you feel as though you're putting something back in, and you get decent free catering, showers & toilets!

www.oxfam.org.uk/stewarding>>
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Mon, 17th Mar 2014
Thank you so much Reynard. These will definitely go into my to do list!
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Mon, 17th Mar 2014
Here's two with a King Arthur theme:

Tintagel. very close to the town with great walks and views from the cliffs:

www.headlandcaravanpark.co.uk/>>

Glastonbury. Easy walk to town with its alternative shops, pubs & restaurants, and climb the Tor at sunset. Also, you're not far from Clarks Village for shopping:

www.caravanownersclub.co.uk/Si...>>
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Sun, 16th Mar 2014
Thank you Matthew, I went to Reighton Sands many years ago as a child and have fond memories of it although I doubt if it'll be the same now. I will though take a look at the website if there is one.
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Sun, 16th Mar 2014
Lots of camps between Whitby and Bridlington on the Yorkshire coast. Primrose Valley, Blue Dolphin, Cayton Bay and Reighton Sands to name but a few! I've given the caravanning idea some thought but that's as far as it ever got.
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