Discussion in 'England' started by Wildbill, Aug 17, 2014.
has any one actually held one of these
no sorry we dont own a mini
Sounds a plan if it's in the north
thinking more York's shier way my shelf up the Pennines
Well that could be done
just knead to find a spot now
I've seen vans wild camped up on the moors before ....i managed a week down there in march never used a site once ...although I admit getting water was hard as you poor sods are on meters
Cemeteries church yards garages when you fill with diesel fill up with water
I tried that at a few petrol stations and got refused .....at one station I spotted a tap and thought it was the garages and started to fill up to then get an irate woman in a dressing gown banging on her window at me lol
well I have never had a problem in all my years fill-up with diesel and water in every garage I have stopped at no problem
Dunno maybe I was just unlucky
can you wild camp en mass?
surely this goes against all the principles of wilding
but then a mini meet may only mean 2 of you I guess
find a CL or CS make a proper do of it for less than £10 night normally, free water, free dump
One club did it for a fishing weekend in the car park behind the Co-op in Whitby. Guess what is banned now.
Choose a site wisely
yes I agree don't think it's the way to go
think your right David
more than 3 vans requires either a site licence or an exemption certificate and the land owners permission. So do beware of putting Jims licence at risk by advertising what could be an illegal gathering.
I have al reedy decided as in my last post that it would not be a good idea and it wont be happening
We are having a meet this weekend at the station inn at Ribblehead viaduct. Everyone is welcome. Pub with free parking.
This weekend at Ribblehead viaduct. The station inn. Free parking.
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