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CAMPSITE The site was busier than usual for September, but the weather was good for a lot of the month.  I opened up the area in front of the farm buildings, called Plot, next to the River Char and 3 families stayed there overnight at the beginning of September. They included people from the DWLT […]

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I apologise for being so late in publishing this. I have had a busy camping season but had to do everything left handed from 10th August after I broke my right wrist in a fall. CAMPSITE It was with trepidation that I approached 4th July 2020 being the day that campsites were allowed to open. […]

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Thank you to all my readers. As you know I reopened the campsite at the beginning of July in accordance with government guidelines. Since then I have welcomed many guests returning to Crabbs Bluntshay Farm Campsite. However, the workload due to reopening and the extra procedures necessary to comply with guidelines in the wake of covid […]

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CAMPSITE At long last campsites are allowed to open on 4th July. For the first week I am allowing units that have their own facilities to stay – as mine will not be ready for another week. I have just bought a portable toilet and tent to add to the facilities in the cabin and […]

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THE CAMPSITE Since the lockdown, for the Easter holidays there have been a few people who have tried to book. I was surprised by this after all the publicity on the media telling people not to leave their homes. Hopefully things will get back to normal before the end of the summer holidays and I […]

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CAMPSITE This is the last time for a while that I shall be writing about actual campers as I have been asked to close the campsite as of tonight. I have recently had a few interesting people who have stayed on the campsite, including someone who had driven from Kent in one go on her […]

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CAMPSITE The Bottings came back to Bluntshay for a few days so that they could place chicken wire near the bottom of the newly erected deer fence on their proposed apple orchard plot. (1) This was to keep out the rabbits.  (2, 3)  It needs 2 people to unroll the chicken wire.  It was then […]

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CAMPSITE There has been so much rain for many weeks that even Dave and Daniel Botting have not been back on the campsite to continue with their orchard work further down Bluntshay Lane.  When it was dry enough for a day or two I had to get the grass mown in November. (1)  Stephen Lee […]

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CAMPSITE The cabin has now been closed down for the winter with no running water, and all the appliances covered with blankets.  Of course the shower down at the side of the farm house is still open for campers.  I have left a water container in the kitchen with an electric kettle for campers to […]

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CAMPSITE I continue to be educated about all the elaborate units that visit the campsite. (1, 2) This enterprising couple were trying out their VW T6 with a Slidepod unit. They are handmade in Devon and are specially designed to fit into VW vans and provide sink, gas hob, storage and shower attachment which slide […]

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