Just returned from a really enjoyable 10 day tour of Norfolk. Only problem we had was when we needed to refill our refillable gas cylinder. We have the smaller size (6.5kg) because of restricted gas cabinet size and set off with the gauge showing just off full, I know this doesn't actually mean what it says, it really means just off half empty. No problem I had checked a couple of lpg apps and there appeared to plenty of autogas filling stations in Norfolk. After a few days decided we needed to get some. Sunday was the day we were moving from Gorleston to the Broads and 3 suppliers appeared on the map, two in Gt Yarmouth; South Quay and Caister Road and if all else fails another further out. South Quay no we don't and don't know who does (and this customer friendly tone was after filling up with diesel!!) Caister Road, formerly Shell, now BP. Pump still there but out of order [permanently?]. Panic starting to set in, start ringing round stations answer "no we don't do it now", "try Morrisons in Norwich". Finally one said yes and after driving to it the berk was referring to cylinder gas. So no gas and a trip on Monday morning to Flogas depot at Ludham. After a similar experience in the South Lakes (ended up at a station off the M6), I am beginning to feel it was a mistake converting to refillable. Is it just me or does anyone else have this problem - the apps about who sells it are out of date and filling stations are dropping it.