where to go this weekend?

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  1. sillybug

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    we have found ourselves with a long weekend we hadnt expected so want to make the most of it.
    we are happy to travel upto 150 miles hubby likes to fish i like nice pub lunch we both like a short walk or nearby bus stop so we can have a look around dont mind seaside or towns , maybe theres a festival or some sort of event you could recomend just want to get away.forgot to mention we have a dog.
    all sugestions welcome thanks .
     
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    thanks cranky have looked on there and have found a couple of possibilities but hoped a funster might be able to recomend somewhere or better still no where there was a festival or event that we could attend maybe find a site close by:)
     
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    We stayed at Stubcroft Farm which was only a short walk from a great pub lunch
    Wherever you decide , hope you have a great time
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    North Norfolk railway Beer Festival at Sheringham 18-20 July, with rides on Steam Trains in between- quite a few camp sites on the rail or coastal bus link to Sheringham. Always the CC or C&CC at West Runton.


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    I can maybe tick some boxes for you but imagine it is about at your max distance (thinking when we were doing it t'other way round).

    I have mentioned it on another thread but the c&cc site at conkers in the national forest, Leics/Derbys border.

    Fishing and eating is within walking distance at shortheathwater.co.uk. There's also a new youth hostel next door to the site that's licensed. Dog walking is brill, miles and miles of trails.

    Within a few miles you have Calke Abbey, National Arboretum, places like Melbourne. Not sure how easy these are if relying on public transport.

    Cant help with the events side but all these places do have stuff running from time to time.

    Deb
     
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    We are off to here this weekend .. stopping en rout at Bishops Green nr Newury Thurs night http://uptonbluesfestival.org.uk/
    If you like pubs you be spoiled for choice
    Not sure what part of Norfolk maybe a tad far
     
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    thanks for all your suggestions but looks like we are off up the lincolnshire coast and see what we find:)
     
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