Friday 17th – Sunday 19th July Bridgnorth Shropshire

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HI Guys and Girls. Unfortunately the National has now fallen victim to the Virus, and is postponed for this year. We will sample the delights of Bridgnorth and its surrounding are, next year.

Regards, Graham.

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This is getting too much !

We'll be lucky to have the Welsh Weekend at this rate ?

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Jez wrote: Sat May 16, 2020 17:25
We'll be lucky to have the Welsh Weekend at this rate ?
I'm not getting my hopes up for it :(
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I don't understand why the Government has not allowed camp sites to open . By nature most sites have fixed pitches spaced apart and if its just a field ... easy to mark out pitches.
There are issues with toilets /showers . Maybe mobile/cararvans use their own facilities . People with tents can use porta pottis . I tent and a cost of £40 is not a problem. Where sites have showers , is it possible that a person using the shower lock the door until they finish then allow another person to enter. What do I Know !!!!
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I've just had an email from Morris Leisure informing me they are now taking bookings from 14 July !

Are we sure this event is cancelled ?

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Hi, yes the event is cancelled. Due to lockdown etc. was not possible to sort the stops and meals out.

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Oh, ok then Graham, I just thought I'd ask in the vain hope !

Thanks for confirming, hopefully see you in Wales ?

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I'm hoping we can still go to Shropshire for this weekend. There was no way I'm staying at National site .... TOO expensive
But hoping BORIS will open camping and caravan parks . Then do some Moking . Found a reasonable priced near by ...... Keeping fingers crossed
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We are off to Teds at Hunger Hill instead of National. Is this The TED from west London with a lovely red Moke ??? :D :D :D
Same area as we want to look around Ironbridge
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I hope the weather holds for you 8)
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Thanks Nigel. It looks like there will be a heatwave !
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