Fishing/M1

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  1. Debs

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    Noticed this on my way home today.........here

    Lovely walks round but didn't realise they had camping.

    Good for fishing, close to buses into Nottingham, walkable to a pub, anyone interested in DH Lawrence, Felly Priory,Byron fans, couple of tearooms, close to M 1 - j27.

    Couple of miles from us, I can go and have a look if need be(y)
     
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    Thanks looks good to me, may try it for a few days soon.(y)
     
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    A lot of the bigger fisheries allow motorhomes in to stay. I usually go with my son when he goes fishing at Makins.

    Bit noisy with the M69 only a couple of hundred metres away but very pleasant surroundings. (y)

    http://www.makinsfishery.co.uk/
     
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    Moorgreen scene of many battles with the met in the miners strike
     
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    Neither of us come from the area but it is surprising that there's still a lot of bad feelings left just sitting under the surface even these days:(
     
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    Families still don't talk in ollerton still
     

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