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Paulus17

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I thought it would be a good idea to show images of sites people visit and give some details about it,and say whether its a good safe site or not.

Here is a piccy of the field in Chadwick End which is a good safe site off road behind gates.Views are pretty good but behind me where i took this photo are more trees,and the entrance is just to the left of the photo.You can also see that there is stone chips so far into the field which is good to park on if the field is muddy.

Full details in good safe sites post.

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Island Meadow Campsite images.

Here are a few piccys i took when we visited Island Meadow campsite yesterday.

The site itself is surrounded by hills that block a lot of the light from the near by citys of Birmingham and Redditch,but the sky at night is spectacular the owners told me.

If anyone is interested please contact the site,it is a lovely clean well cared for campsite with friendly owners.

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Island Meadow looks a nice place, I can imagine it being nice a quiet during the late autumn/winter months. It's 30 miles from me which isn't too bad really :D

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Hi Guys those sites look really nice, wonder if any of you have been to the Cosford site - wonder what the mileage is from us Daz. Paul.

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Earlswood lakes always good if the water is low (not at the moment).

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Sorry for repeatedly posting, just thought tho, packwood house (if anyone knows it) has lots of open grass areas, nobody is there at night (I imagine), and lots of space to park? I guess I just need to try these places out.

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Yes the CWE site is pretty good and you are safe behind the locked gates,we was there last Saturday night and had a great night but got cold.

We go round Earlswood lakes often walking the dog and thought about using it for gazing.

I would also agree about Morton Baggot,as when we went to Sherwoods it did look a good place which was why i asked at the near by campsite location in Aston Cantlow.

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Just located the CWE site on google earth. Do you just turn up there and open the gate?

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Just located the CWE site on google earth. Do you just turn up there and open the gate?

Miguel.Take a look at post No 24 in the good and safe sites thread.

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Well if you fancy going there do you want me to pm you next time we go,or anyone else that wants a night at the farm site??

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