Might have an impressive suntan by Sunday night...

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  1. Ja63

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    I've booked us in at Beach View site in Leiston, Suffolk for the weekend

    When I got the confirmation email back, I noticed that the address is Sizewell....something clicked in my mind so I did a quick check on Google Earth which confirmed that the site is a short distance down the beach from the nuclear power station.....eeeeek!

    I chose the site because it is right next to the beach and it looks lovely but I do think it was a bit sly for them not to include Sizewell in their description even though that seems to be the name of the 'village' that it is in

    I did consider cancelling it but having read more reviews a few people say not to be put off by the proximity of it, that it doesn't detract from the lovely site.

    However, I'm always a bit cautious when it comes to reviews, never quite trusting that they haven't been posted by friends and family sooooo....have any of you stayed there and can put my mind at rest. I'm still a bit iffy.....

    Mr Ja63 (ever helpful) said to pack plenty of sunscreen to protect against any radiation rays so we might come back with a nice tan.....either that or glowing green hahaha!
     
  2. Wildbill

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    I have not stayed there but my brother and his wife went they Sade t a lovely site
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    I'm sure you'll bring back a glowing report :)
     
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    Hi we live about 8 miles down the road and the site is always really busy the beach is great for walking and there is a cafe on the beach car park. we are sure you will not be disappointed, we would be happy to stay there. you can also camp in the car park at manor end in felixstowe just on the beach no charge just for your info, toilets available and water.
     
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    You should be OK if you don't stay longer than 9 hours.

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    Been to that area many times, lovely area, for Suffolk that is.......................
     
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    We looked at a site near Drigg, the name sounded familiar and Google earth showed it to be across the road from the low level nuclear waste dump, hope they don't let any of that trickle out onto the grass.
     
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    my wife worked there for ten years on Sizewell A.....we don't need electric hook up
     
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    Indeedy.........just don't eat any fish you catch:coffee:
     
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    Nothing wrong with me!! I live near to Sellafield, have done for years! no effects at all. (y)(y)

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