This is our second visit here , this time instead of grass we were on a hard standing ,( ***Tip The hard standings are HARD , make sure you bring rock pins to secure your awning ***) but just as enjoyable
The pitch was well drained , had to be , a couple of torrential rain storms passed through .
With the forest a few steps away , the site is ideally placed for walking solo or with your dog , and our young dog had the time of her life sprinting around , and I had some much need exercise , bringing my blood pressure down significantly. A real testament to the calming atmosphere if the site .
Nearby in the forest were sloe bushes so we now have enough sloes for 3 or 4 ltr sloe gin .
As said before , very friendly and helpful wardens.
An added bonus was the USAF on exercise and a night time display of a rarely seen Osprey VTOL aircraft with its illuminated rotor discs looking like an UFO passing over, never have my camera to hand when I need it !!
Had to dock one point of peace and quiet on account of a pair of noisy families who seem unable to converse at normal levels and keep their dogs under control. Shame
And there STILL members who think the dogs on a lead rule does not apply to them.
Visited 25/29 September