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Just planning a day trip in a couple of weeks time. Will be giving Longpig and his girlfriend a whirlwind taster! :D

(Also arrived back from France this week to find a letter confirming our booking for a long weekend in March!!! :D http://richardhawleyforum.co.uk/templates/exposion_dark/images/logo_phpBB_med.gif )


When are you changing your username to Judith Chalmers Lovechild? :wink:


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Longpigsdad wrote:
Just planning a day trip in a couple of weeks time. Will be giving Longpig and his girlfriend a whirlwind taster! :D

(Also arrived back from France this week to find a letter confirming our booking for a long weekend in March!!! :D http://richardhawleyforum.co.uk/templates/exposion_dark/images/logo_phpBB_med.gif )


When are you changing your username to Judith Chalmers Lovechild? :wink:


No, No, No! :shock: The family secret is out!!!! :?

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we were in Whitby early August lovely place,i prefer other places near there though,not as mental


Whitby is a good base to work from. Good pubs and restaurants close to hand and good transport systems. We usually catch a bus out to say Staithes and walk back to Whitby along the Cleveland Way. Robin Hood's Bay is also an easy place to get to either walking or by car/bus. :D

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I'm making notes.

Tho I reckon I'll spend most of my time looking out of a windie from that pub on the quayside in Staithes come next Feb :BEEEER

Mind you it'll probably be shut...


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i'm off to whitby for a whole week first thing in the morning :D

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When i was a kid we'd head off to the Yorkshire East coast every summer. Whitby, Filey, Scarborough, Primrose valley, anywhere where there was a cheap caravan site. There was another place.. Reigton Gap, but whenever i mention this to anyone no one has ever heard of it. Does it still exist i wonder?

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When i was a kid we'd head off to the Yorkshire East coast every summer. Whitby, Filey, Scarborough, Primrose valley, anywhere where there was a cheap caravan site. There was another place.. Reigton Gap, but whenever i mention this to anyone no one has ever heard of it. Does it still exist i wonder?


Is this it?

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aaaaah i get it now?

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I had a day out in Scarborough last Friday and saw the inside of Wetherspoons for about eight hours off and on - another four hours was spent in the Spa watching Ian Hunter [that don't sound right] :eh? .


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