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Kelling Autumn Equinox - 2016

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Well that's me not coming site says fully booked for that weekend tried to book Thursday to Tuesday.

I only booked for April. a couple of days ago and there were definitely about 5 pitches left then.  Some were a bit close to the trees - so restricted view, but there were a few left that were OK.  It's best to ring as the fields are reserved for astronomers and therefore any-one trying to book through the website might find it appears to be booked out.

September is another kettle of fish as that is hugely popular and normally booked out about a year in advance.  Pitches sometimes come up on UKABS. 

Carole 

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On 4 September 2016 at 23:56, michaelmorris said:

Hi Ray

I'll definitely try to get down to see you as I'm hoping to get an EQ8 in the next few months.

Yes it will be great to meet up again Michael, looking forward to it.

Ray

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I'll be arriving today.
We're on Yellow 175, so pop in for a cuppa or a beer.


Cheers!

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