This weekend I was lucky enough to be invited to the 40th Anniversary of one of The Caravan Club’s most unusual sites.
Slinfold in West Sussex is home to a small two acre thirty nine pitch site which is run solely by volunteers. It is rightly described as “a gem of a site” and is located at the end of a country lane on the edge of this very pretty village. The volunteers keep the site open from the end of March to the end of October and, as you would expect, they also keep it in immaculate condition. It is a former railways siding and is hugely popular – and no wonder!! (No toilet block, poor TV reception and a maximum outfit length of 8m are minor details as far as the fans of Slinfold are concerned – and this was not my first visit to the site so I count myself as one of them.)