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  1. wasp

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    I`ve got to take the camper to skeggy tomorrow for my daughter to use next week butcos they not booked in til Monday I don`t fancy paying £23 a night to park up so does anybody know any spots where I an park up for a couple of nights
     
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    confused here, why not take it over on Monday?

    or, are they staying on a site when they borrow it? Stay there and get them to pay your pitch fees
     
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    They are staying on a site and because the insurers wanted £550 extra to add son in law we decided it`s a no no, so we were going over tomorrow have a weekend and drop it in on Monday to their campsite, or so I thought
     
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    You can stop FOC in Chapel St Leonard's. Car park is at the very end of Trunch Lane just around the corner past the toilets.
    I have also parked all day in a campsite at Ingomells for a few quid.
     
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