Camping with campfires east sussex
We hitched from a town called watton in norfolk and arrived about midnight, traffic fairly heavy.After pitching our tent we went for a wander and when we got back found the tent in ruins, hells angels we think.The first was the totally surreal atmosphere of being close to dropping off and looking up at the stars while King Crimson played "Devil's Triangle".The second was Mott The Hoople launching into "Ohio".I spent almost all the time shivering in my sleeping bag and only ventured out for a wee and for a roll and some Tomato Soup as this was all that I could afford.However, there are a couple of musical moments that will stick forever.Our kitchen is complete with a microwave, kettle, toaster, fridge/freezer and we even offer complimentary teas & coffees!
There’s lots to do both on and off site, so why not give Glamping a try and book your pod today.
I've still got my ticket a bit defaced now as it's got some telephone no's and addresses from days gone by, that I scribbled on the back! Jeff if your out there anywhere it would be great to hear from you!
Hello There, Stumbled on your great site,and it brought back memories, (surprisingly accurate by all the accounts of your contributers).
I thought BJH were really good as I lay looking at the stars with Mockingbird soaring over me .. Didn't Rory Gallagher (the main reason we came to the festival) do a solo acoustic slot for a group that never turned up ?
, he was , as usual par excellence ..never ending cry of Wally will live with me always . I was 16 in 1971 and came to Weeley with my mate Colin.
On the Wally front: this was an IOW invention, without a doubt.