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Campers & Coffee September 2024

September? UK? On grass?

September? UK? On grass? Yes. I know it goes against everything I have ever considered since we started along this road, the motorhoming road, in the two years and three months since we drove away from picking up Suki, the first Elddis.

We have of course had grass pitches in the past and I have to say that it's weighed heavily on my mind as I lay in bed at night listening to the rain hammering down on the roof... "Isn't it soothing hearing the rain?" Yes and no.

So when I look for sites I have always tried to find hardstanding. Whether that's pea-shingle sized gravel to larger pebbles or better, tarmac! Tarmac pitches doesn't necessarily mean "car park". Although, many of the Camping-Car Park Aires are pretty much that. And there is nothing wrong with it. They are overnight stops enroute somewhere, not for two weeks camping.

Campers & Coffee September 2024

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We recently saw a vlog where the vlogger couple went to the Campers & Coffee event in June and it looked like a really nice casual and friendly event. It's basically a day event, with overnight camping if you want to go there.

It's not that far away from us in East Sussex in the village of Hellingly. The event is in the field behind the village hall.

I checked the Arsenal Season Ticket spreadsheet and it looks as though that weekend is another international break! So Claire and I decided to go. Getting tickets is as simple as clicking on the button on the website linked above. They even took PayPal to save getting the wallet out!

So that's another event in the diary.

Posted by InvictaMoto 22:04 Archived in England

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