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Just now, TOMO said:

you cockneys want to carful venturing near the north sea.....remember what happened last time your lot went up there..lol 

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Not exactly wild camping but camping at our feild , wanted to take kids away n every thing elce fully booked or very busy so thort balls we will just go to feild    Kids loved it 2 of me mates co

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1 hour ago, gnasher16 said:

Well its not quite camping i dont know if a motorhome counts but dragged our thing over the West country again for a few days ended up in a little place called Brean id never heard of it before......the thought of seeing folk wandering around Greece/Cyprus at the moment with masks/socially distanced/places closed etc just makes me depressed so was well pleased to find this pleasant bit of beech....and the mrs even agreed to go in goal,what more can you ask !....heading up towards the north east this week give that a go.

 

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Brean sands lovely place 👍 …….

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2 minutes ago, socks said:

Brean sands lovely place 👍 …….

Little claim to fame but I,ve been both shot and arrested at brean in my youth both for the same thing,  😂😂

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Just now, Greyman said:

Little claim to fame but I,ve been both shot and arrested at brean in my youth both for the same thing,  😂😂

Bumming donkeys ……..

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1 hour ago, gnasher16 said:

Well its not quite camping i dont know if a motorhome counts but dragged our thing over the West country again for a few days ended up in a little place called Brean id never heard of it before......the thought of seeing folk wandering around Greece/Cyprus at the moment with masks/socially distanced/places closed etc just makes me depressed so was well pleased to find this pleasant bit of beech....and the mrs even agreed to go in goal,what more can you ask !....heading up towards the north east this week give that a go.

 

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Holy island, Bamburugh, and Dunstanburgh castles on the coast, inland Chillingham castle and the Cheviot hills Wooler Town etc worth a look if you get that far up the country

 

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15 minutes ago, socks said:

Bumming donkeys ……..

No that was at Weston but I don’t like to talk about it 😂 coursing hares believe it or not mate, used to be a coursing club down there and the place was running alive with them, but the locals were very protective 😂😂

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2 hours ago, gnasher16 said:

Well its not quite camping i dont know if a motorhome counts but dragged our thing over the West country again for a few days ended up in a little place called Brean id never heard of it before......the thought of seeing folk wandering around Greece/Cyprus at the moment with masks/socially distanced/places closed etc just makes me depressed so was well pleased to find this pleasant bit of beech....and the mrs even agreed to go in goal,what more can you ask !....heading up towards the north east this week give that a go.

 

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Gnasher, if you are up Whitby way I can recommend a camp site at Hinderwell called The Serenity. You can walk into Staithes, Runswick Bay and Port Mulgrave. Lovely places.

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20 hours ago, TOMO said:

you cockneys want to carful venturing near the north sea.....remember what happened last time your lot went up there..lol 

Cor yeah im cackin me pants aint i 🙄

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11 minutes ago, gnasher16 said:

Cor yeah im cackin me pants aint i 🙄

If you see a medical giant in a donkey jacket and pit boots hide behind the old woman ! Lol 😂 😂 

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19 hours ago, low plains drifter said:

Holy island, Bamburugh, and Dunstanburgh castles on the coast, inland Chillingham castle and the Cheviot hills Wooler Town etc worth a look if you get that far up the country

 

Thankyou squire i used to go past a place called Eyemouth right on the border there that i always thought looked nice i know its not a million miles away from Holy Island so might have a trot up there if we dont like the look of where we are.

 

18 hours ago, Nicepix said:

Gnasher, if you are up Whitby way I can recommend a camp site at Hinderwell called The Serenity. You can walk into Staithes, Runswick Bay and Port Mulgrave. Lovely places.

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Cheers boss,i left the planning of this little jaunt down to the mrs,apparently we're stopping a few nights in York a site called Rowntree which she reckons is next to the River Ouse and a short walk to York Cathedral....if anyone knows that way is it a walk ?

Then up to some gaff called Nunnykirk for a few nights which is either in or near Rothbury,apparently theres some nice scenery there.....nothing extravagant just a nice bit of peace and quiet.

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7 minutes ago, WILF said:

If you see a medical giant in a donkey jacket and pit boots hide behind the old woman ! Lol 😂 😂 

If he wants to avoid the verbal lashings my ol ladies capable of he'd be as well hiding behind me 😉

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22 hours ago, gnasher16 said:

Well its not quite camping i dont know if a motorhome counts but dragged our thing over the West country again for a few days ended up in a little place called Brean id never heard of it before......the thought of seeing folk wandering around Greece/Cyprus at the moment with masks/socially distanced/places closed etc just makes me depressed so was well pleased to find this pleasant bit of beech....and the mrs even agreed to go in goal,what more can you ask !....heading up towards the north east this week give that a go.

 

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Funny how places look amazing when the suns out..........Breans 20mins from me and I think its a shithole. If the tide stayed in for more than 10mins and the water was blue instead of chocolate brown it would be a bit better.

Watch out for the brummies they are every where (cant miss them they all wear football tops) and please dont try walking out too paddle another report on the local news of some pillock being dragged out of the mud by the RNLI will send me over the top 😉    

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25 minutes ago, TRUEBRIT66 said:

Funny how places look amazing when the suns out..........Breans 20mins from me and I think its a shithole. If the tide stayed in for more than 10mins and the water was blue instead of chocolate brown it would be a bit better.

Watch out for the brummies they are every where (cant miss them they all wear football tops) and please dont try walking out too paddle another report on the local news of some pillock being dragged out of the mud by the RNLI will send me over the top 😉    

I grew up on council estates in East London mate....trust me Brean Beech in Somerset is better than Victoria Park Lido in Hackney 😆

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2 minutes ago, gnasher16 said:

I grew up on council estates in East London mate....trust me Brean Beech in Somerset is better than Victoria Park Lido in Hackney 😆

Fair play, when I visit family in St Austell in Cornwall they cant get over how I love the place so I get it.

Good job you didnt stay in the Pontins, they had a local news special on it last year after the roof dropped on top a load people playing bingo and they found more bacteria around the sinks than in a covid petri dish. 

   

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