Campsite OAY near Worthing

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  1. Braunston

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    Hi, does anyone know a good campsite that is open tomorrow near Worthing as we have a funeral to attend on Wednesday, thanks, perfer hard stand and electric thanks
     
  2. moandick

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    Best I can do is Sheepcote Valley Caravan Club site in Brighton - non-members accepted Grid TQ 343 034 Lat: 50.8208 and -0.0978 Tel: 01273 626546

    Site number 120 in the Guide will take up to a 45ft RV on gravel
     
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    One of the Funsters, Jan Pendriegh, stayed at Longfurlong Farm a few months ago.
    Its at a place named Clapham and is just outside of Worthing. The following text is from one of Jans posts.


    Longfurlong CC CL if anyone's interested, open all year, hook up, shower (v basic) and toilet. Sloping grass site £10/night.
     
  4. TonyIsh UK

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    Honeybridge Caravan site at Dialpost onthe A24 North of / about 15 mins from the crematorium (25 mins centre of Worthing)

    Caravan Club site in Worthing about 25 mins from Crematorium (10 mins centre of Worthing)

    (assming you are going to the Crematorium)

    Rgds
     
  5. moandick

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    If you are talking about Northbrook Farm caravan Club site in Worthing it is only open March to November - not open this weekend.

    Honeybridge Caravan Park, West Sussex is limited to 30ft RV. Honeybridge Park - Holiday Homes, Caravaning and Camping
     
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