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Firefox
21-09-2011, 01:23
This one is probably a RL or RO:


Streetview
Google Maps (http://maps.google.co.uk/maps?hl=en&ll=52.006651,-0.209027&spn=0.000436,0.001096&t=h&z=20&vpsrc=6&layer=c&cbll=52.006651,-0.209027&panoid=aOosUlpYQPPwcRlrDcznKg&cbp=12,230.31,,0,8.7)

Overhead
Google Maps (http://maps.google.co.uk/maps?hl=en&ll=52.006587,-0.208939&spn=0.00088,0.002191&t=h&z=19&vpsrc=6)

52.006651,-0.209027

It's a real gem of a location next to huge lake. Check out the 360 view on the streetview. Very popular with people coming to feed the ducks. There is limited space so I'd say get there late and leave early. You can feed any stale bread to the ducks in the morning, they will be waiting for you!

If you want to stay around longer in the area there is the excellent Radwell campsite close by. It's basic with just a field and toilets but it's only about 5.00 a night as I remember:

Radwell Mill Farm, campsite home (http://www.radwellmill.com/)

donkey too
21-09-2011, 07:00
This one is probably a RL or RO:


Streetview
Google Maps (http://maps.google.co.uk/maps?hl=en&ll=52.006651,-0.209027&spn=0.000436,0.001096&t=h&z=20&vpsrc=6&layer=c&cbll=52.006651,-0.209027&panoid=aOosUlpYQPPwcRlrDcznKg&cbp=12,230.31,,0,8.7)

Overhead
Google Maps (http://maps.google.co.uk/maps?hl=en&ll=52.006587,-0.208939&spn=0.00088,0.002191&t=h&z=19&vpsrc=6)

52.006651,-0.209027

It's a real gem of a location next to huge lake. Check out the 360 view on the streetview. Very popular with people coming to feed the ducks. There is limited space so I'd say get there late and leave early. You can feed any stale bread to the ducks in the morning, they will be waiting for you!

And roast duck for tomorrows dins.:lol-053:

If you want to stay around longer in the area there is the excellent Radwell campsite close by. It's basic with just a field and toilets but it's only about 5.00 a night as I remember:

Radwell Mill Farm, campsite home (http://www.radwellmill.com/)

And roast duck for tomorrows dinner?:mad1:

mandrake
21-09-2011, 07:06
dont forget those oranges

Canalsman
21-09-2011, 13:36
Thanks for the info - I've added this as Other Rural (OR) to the POI database.

I see that the camp site you mention is approached by going further along the same lane, and is a Certificated Location of the C&CC.

Regards

Chris

Firefox
21-09-2011, 14:56
Yes although that is a CL, it is strangely (in this case) open to non members of the C and CC as well, for an extra 50p pp/pn.

They list the prices as 3.50 non C&CC 3.00 C&CC (pp/pn)


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