Parking Overnight UK etc

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  1. Johns_Cross_Motorhomes

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    Good one, ta
     
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    Thanks for that Peter, did you find it by accident :thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb:Cheers Rob
     
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    Sort off, but we advertise on the Motor Home section and spotted it elsewhere when I was googling motorhome accessories or something to see how well Google spotted us!

    The link should be posted some where permanent really, dunno where!

    Peter
     
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    great info, have seen it before, problem is it says may park overnight,, not may be slept in,, the lorry park at hastings has same thing, i asked if i could sleep over night, sorry no, but lorry drivers do, yes but you have a habitable vehicle, drivers only a bed,
    still this mobile home mentality, winchester has great bays in all the park and ride sites, nothing to say no overnight, but have seem mobile wardens move motorhomes off, park or stay, ?????:cry::cry::cry:
     
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    Isn't it run by a funster GJH.:Rofl1:

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    Thanks very much Peter

    ...just shows that there are some enlightened local authorities out there...

    if only more would follow the example set by Cornwall's Tintagel :thumb:
     
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    No Don, not my site (link to mine is below) :Smile:

    The overall site (to which I maintain a link) actually pre-dates my own site and is a superb resource.

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    I notice only one site in Scotland. I assume there's a lot of hot aires under the kilt!
     
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    Sorry Graham. Very like your site.:Blush:
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    There are so many in Scotland it would take you a week to map them all. :BigGrin:
     
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