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    Thanks for replies, I'll look into them all. Scarborough sounds good for a first time.

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    Just don’t camp
    When parked up for the night stay in your van.
    Don’t sit cook or eat outside.
    If you want to sit cook eat outside move from that place to the place you are going to stay.
    Then in the morning move to a place where you can sit eat and play outside, then you are not camping.
    Also moving early gets you the best spot before the crowds.
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    Don't do anything ambitious at first. Look at the POI ...Points of interest... For advice on where you can safely park.. Often having toilet and waste disposal, too. Go north, into Durham and Northumberland... There's plenty on offer.
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    We have just spent some time going up and down Northumberland coast and most car parks have no overnight sleeping cooking or camping signs as does the council website. Quite disappointing really. Might be better inland ?

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    Brimham Rocks, lots of space for the girls to play and let there hair down. If you're to nervous let us know when you want to go and we will try and get there too so at least you wont be parked up on your own, you and Helen could go for a walk over the rocks and enjoy a chat together..

    Just an option for you...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jacquigem View Post
    We have just spent some time going up and down Northumberland coast and most car parks have no overnight sleeping cooking or camping signs as does the council website. Quite disappointing really. Might be better inland ?
    Which is why these locations aren't in the POIs ...
    Remember - POI additions and updates can be sent by email to POI@wildcamping.co.uk
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    Yes Chris I think I am working on an old poi as can't figure out how to update , better to see with my own eyes I think

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrow View Post
    Get yourself on a proper campsite your daughters are going to want proper showers.
    And wi-fi :-)

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