spent two months last year in Europe and got LPG almost anywhere for my GasLow system. Left Harrogate today heading for Northumberland and decided to try and find LPG. My LPG app shows lots of Morrison’s with LPG, so stopped at one in Killingworh, Newcastle. A jobsworth came running out of the office shouting....you can’t fill that up in this station. When I asked why, he sad that only LPG powered vehicles could be filled and that camper vans couldn’t. Said it was Elf & Safet rules. I contacted Morrison’s and their reply is below: Hi Mark - we do not allow for this. Please see our LPG policy below: Morrisons will not permit filling of any portable gas vessel in any of our LPG stations, some manufacturers state that they have an approved LPG filling tank but unlike vehicles that make use of LPG they have an annual MOT to assess safety, Morrison's will not take any risk with allowing customers to use portable gas vessels or fill motorhomes , our stance is the position of least risk. If customers present a safety certificate to show that their motorhome/gas vessel is fit to fill i.e (tested regularly) then we would still not allow this, reason being is because our staff cannot be expected to be experts in and inspect portable vessels and recognise their technical qualifications. - Raj I then managed to find a Shell station n Byker so off we set, only to find out their LPG was empty. WTF is going on in UK! It therefore looks like LPG for Motorhomers in the UK is like Rocking Horse shit!