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09-07-2008 22:52
averhamdave Ha ha good posting GOVER! There be some mileage here!

Shall we run a poll? We could ask "Do you like children running round your motorhome, screaming, shouting, crying, kicking footballs at it............?"

Like the pic, bet the veggies don't approve though!
09-07-2008 22:39
billym Great post Gover !! I am with you on that one.

Here is another link

http://uk.ask.com/web?q=campsites+fo...&l=dir&dm=ctry


I got that link by using the search facility on here
09-07-2008 21:35
greenasthegrass Yeh he nicked my bonk holiday phrase from Loch Lomond so shall have to smack him with me spade.

Just as a point there are many on me spade list lately am thinking may have to do review - obviously all adults on it - just to get back off topic!

Mwah

Greenie

PS heard that all adult CC sites tend to throw their keys around and grow pampas grass at home! nice
09-07-2008 21:30
Broom Hi Greenie

That was very good for a young un, you can be in my gang

BRRRRRRROOOOMMMM
09-07-2008 21:29
Tucano Andy,
BONK holiday !!
I remember another thread about this somewhere
Norman
09-07-2008 21:27
Tucano Cute photograph,
Regards,
Norman
09-07-2008 21:26
Steamdrivenandy Back in April I was looking for a site near Bath for the dog show.

I remembered that it had just been announced that the Caravan Club had taken Bath Chew Valley on board. I also remembered from the previous year that it was an 'adults only' site.

So I looked it up on the CC site and lo and behold even under their aegis it's still 'adults only' AND because I wanted to book in a Bonk Holiday week I had to book a minimum of (I think it was) five days, or maybe it was seven.

It all seems a bit restrictive to me and not something you expect on a CC site, most of which seem to run to a common set of rules and values.

Andy
09-07-2008 21:22
rayc I could eat a whole one
09-07-2008 21:07
greenasthegrass I have children I would love an adults only site and when my boys are no longer coming with us - I will be there with bells on.

Am thinking this is a good idea as when you've brought up children you appreciate that you don't want to have a role in bringing up other peoples.

Its like living in an older persons residential area where anyone under 25 is not allowed to purchase property. There is always a football around and this can be flipping annoying. I purposely make my boys go to a place for children for their own sanity and safety.

So inflicting your children on people who have purposely made a decision to not go on a children's site is not particularly fair or realistic.

Just my opinion which I am entitled to before any questions that as well.

Greenie

PS I love children, but couldn't eat a whole one. My dog could though!!!!
09-07-2008 21:02
Waves Gover

What it needs for some parents to teach there kids some campsite manners and not treat everybodyelses pitch as their playground. However as many parents have no manners its no wonder kids misbehave.

Oh and my kids and my grandchildren camp.

John
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