After Lincoln we visited the east coast

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  1. Ambilkate

    Ambilkate Funster Life Member

    Jul 15, 2009
    After the Linoln show we decided to move on to the east coast, we booked the haven site at Mablethorpe for £30 Monday to Friday :thumb: we thought wehey a bargain.:Doh: We will not make that mistake again. It was very run down pot holes everywhere, long grass. litter and bags of rubbish just thrown in hedges.
    We decided to have a drive along the coast a few miles out of Mablethorpe only to find the local council had put height barriers at every carpark to the beaches:cry::cry:we used to go on the terrace by the golf club but even that was blocked off:Angry:.

    We moved on the Saturday to Skegness, the local council had put spaces for motorhomes on the carparks on the edge of Skegness but the car parks in the centre of the town guess what? height barriers again:cry:
    We found a lovely campsite 4 miles from Skegness only £4 a night no electric::bigsmile: a lovely lady called Enda was there to welcome us. lovely kept site wish we had found it before Mablethorpe.

    It has a field it rents for rallies maybe a must after or before Lincoln or other shows in the area. (Hawthorne caravan site PE24 4RY Tel 01754 880416 farmers name Stan Drury)
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  2. alan

    alan Read Only Funster

    Aug 21, 2008
    skegness / spain

    Hi Bill and Kath
    i presume you stayed at the c&cc club cl at low road croft its a little way out but lovely site .
    If you come again you can get 3 hours parking in tescos and you can also park at the bus station for a charge.I don't know if you called at jacksons corner next to Butlins but several motor homes stayed there on Saturday night and its good parking in the lay-by that used to be the old road.
    Pity about Huttoft car terrace and the other out of town sites but the local council has had loads of trouble this summer with travellers and have had to try and clamp down.

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