New member, Whitley Bay

Jonny Malts

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Mar 17, 2021
2
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Whitley Bay, UK
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Just hiring for now
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Complete novice
Hello everyone,
Well after 50+ years my lovely wife and I have taken the plunge into the world of campervanning.
We've booked a Rimor Seal 95 for a road trip around Devon & Cornwall in June.
If we love it, we're hoping to buy one.

We are complete novices and welcome any advice from more experienced vanners, which is pretty much everyone!
 
Apr 12, 2010
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Bury St Edmunds, West Suffolk
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11,027
MH
Burstner Ixeo it680g
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since 2007
Welcome to the house of fun from sunny Suffolk.
Loved the Spanish city when I was a lad. It’s been turned into flats I believe. My dear old mum was a geordie.

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AndyPK

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Oct 7, 2015
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Cirencester
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39,288
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Elddis Majestic 155
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Motorhoming since 2015......
Welcome from Ciren! (y)

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Oct 20, 2016
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Northampton
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45,688
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Autotrail Imala 625
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Five years
:welcome4:

We're hoping to stop at Old Hartley in October for the opening match in the Rugby League World Cup. We have friends in Tynemouth.
 
Apr 11, 2015
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hull
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35,812
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Laika Ecovip 300
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since 1988 with breaks until 2009
:pink: spent a few holidays at Whitley bay when the kids were little (youngest now 50) May not be what you want to do but might be worthwhile booking some sites, it is gng to be very busy this year.
 
Sep 9, 2020
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Chorley
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Still waiting to buy
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Quackers

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Aug 11, 2019
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Bristol
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C Class
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Hello and :welcome3: from Old Sodbury. :sun::sun::sun:
Make sure you visit a few smaller 5 van sites not just the larger campsites. A hired motorhome although expensive is an excellent way to start your journey, watch out for some of the pitfalls, extras and additional charges spring to mind. Make sure they see you photograph the motorhome before and after your hire. Become a full member of Motorhome Fun and just enjoy your motorhome adventure.

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TerryL

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Mar 5, 2010
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North East
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Low Profile
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2009
Hi and :welcome4: from a little bit inland. Hiring before purchasing is very definitely the way to go; don't forget to make lists of the things you like or don't like for when (and you will!) go looking for your own. Happy to help out with advice or whatever - meanwhile the best £15 you'll ever spend on motorehoming is a subscription to the forum.
 
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