Location: Derbyshire Joined: 27/5/2010
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Quote: Originally posted by dk168 on 29/7/2013
Lovely pics, thanks for sharing!
I would advise writing to Vango about the pump though, as it sounded like it could either be a design flaw or manufacturing defect.
On your advice we contacted Go outdoors and they advised with it being a manufactures fault on the pump that we should contact vango. I thought here we go as you do. My wife sent an email to them explaining the problem and the next day received a reply requesting my address so they can despatch a brand new one to us. fanatastic service.
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a roof for the rain
and tea beside the fire.
Laughter to cheer you,
those you love near you
and all that your heart might desire.
Fantastic photos, I've just got back from devon so it's great to see another persons views on it. The site looks fantastic. And now I am going to sulk, cos your set up looks amazing. I must tell daughter to buy larger car and trailer.
And isn't Woolacombe beach brill, but next time have a drive out to Putsbrough, perilous drive through the maze of roads but I think the beach is better and well worth it.
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Location: Doncaster Joined: 06/9/2011
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North Devon is our favourite place in the whole country and we always take our main holiday there!
We stayed at hidden valley last year for the first time on the road between braunton and ilfracombe. It was a nice site but its in a valley and a bit shady and damp. We will be back to our favourite bay view farm in croyde bay next year. Croyde is our favourite place to stay and at bay view you can walk to the beach and into the thatched village very easily.
I'd also recommend puttsbourough beach. We walk from croyde and around baggy point to puttsbourough - gorgeous coastal walk.
We loved watermouth castle too, especially as you can return after the first visit very cheaply!!! Our boys 8&5 loved it.
Staunton sands is another fab beach - breathtaking views and sunsets.
As I say, we go back virtually every year and never get bored - so much to see and do. We try other places once in a while but for seaside holidays with kids you have to go a very long way to beat it!
May 2013 - somewhere in North Yorkshire
August 2013 - Hidden Valley, North Devon
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I have an accessory for the Safari Chef; an easily-stored and lightweight set of legs to raise the height to that of the larger Cadac.
Would it be possible to use the photo from your posting for the 'before' image?
I will be selling these legs on Ebay very shortly, and it would be really useful if you are happy with this.