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    Causeway cottage Potter Heigham, Norfolk

    A small site with a few statics and a few EHU's, all grass, primitive but clean toilet/shower block, walking distance
    to a shop and a really good village Pub, or in the other direction boat hire, chip shop/cafes, and the river/broads

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    #2
    I like the look of that rennie ; level as well! You don't mention the cost....
    Cynthia

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      #3
      Is it a commercial site in addition to being a C&CC CS - a separate area from the members only field?

      £11 +£3 for EHU.
      Tony

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        #4
        It was £16 a night with EHU CyberCynth .

        tonyt It was the other site that had a seperate cl next to it (Galley Hill)
        we think causeway cottage used to be CC but don't think it is now.
        there are only about 4 statics then about 6 pitches for campers/caravans.
        we really liked The Pub in the village, The falgate Inn
        Last edited by rennie; 05-10-2019, 09:57.

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          #5
          Thanks rennie. I'm very interested in touring that part of the country in the Spring so am checking out all the sites you are listing. I'm a bit of a GPS fanatic so like to get the precise location of these places before I start out - I travel solo so don't have anyone in the passenger seat with that extra pair of eyes or the atlas on their lap.

          Google Earth might be a bit out of date but it's currently showing Causeway Cottage Caravan Park with a C&CC CS sign.

          Anyway, it's on my list so I'll give it a punt next year.

          If anyone is interested, it's at 52.71249 1.57661 Causeway Cottage.PNG
          Last edited by tonyt; 05-10-2019, 10:23.
          Tony

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            #6
            I think the sign is still there and to be honest we're not sure if it's still ccc or not but we don't think so.
            The food in the Pub, which is less than a 10 minute walk away, was so good that we ate there twice 20190925_193606.jpg20190925_193615.jpg20190926_184908.jpg20190926_184914.jpg

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              #7
              Lots of peas grown in Norfolk Nice looking plates of food.
              Tony

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