It is still possible to find the basic CL for £5 or £6, mainly on out of the way farms. The beauty of these are you are very often the only people on the field. Club site wardens were traditionally drawn from the army and prison service who believed in regimentation, but the newer generation are often early retirees who want to finance their dream of being a nomad.
We are in CaMC....the fees do seem to be increasing but we only use a couple of times a year to meet my uncle and aunt in their 80's who will only use sites. We notice the "peg" rule...but not always...some pitches are naturally segregated and no pegs !! (not many admittedly) Not experienced a commandant as of yet !! We use a CL in Suffolk (£11 with ehu) to visit family (he in a static with no spare room) and are always alone on a delightful horse farm/stables. Also, always have the pitch nearest service point so permanent water supply and waste outlet connected....so... it's a matter of what you can find....Maja
I keep hearing that the excuse for joining one of the wretched clubs is to use the CSs or CLs.
What most people don't realise is that that these small sites belong to independent landowners such as Farmers, Smallholders, Publicans etc. who are concerned with income & unless they've been brainwashed by one of the mafia clubs, couldn't give a toss whether you're a member or not.
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