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Molly welcomes spring... and a holiday

Hello again! My fur is beginning to moult so that can only mean one thing - spring is here and I need to shed my tatty old winter coat. It also means it’s time to think seriously about setting off on our travels.

Molly & Ted St David'sThe maid has put brushings from my coat outside in a wall of ivy, so that baby blue tits can keep warm and snug if their parents are sharp-eyed enough to spot my cast-offs when building their nests.

I’ve decided I’d like to go back to St David’s, on the Pembrokeshire coast. We went when I was a pup three years ago, and Ted - who doesn’t like water, as a rule - and I both enjoyed paddling in a stream that runs alongside the cathedral.

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Molly and Ted are travelling terriers - borders without borders who visit UK campsites in a motorhome. Chatty Molly offers tips for places to stay and shares some of her holiday capers.

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Ted needs a holiday

As a caring canine chum, I really feel it’s time my pal Ted had a holiday. He’s getting a little stressed. I know this because he is busy ‘franking’ mail with his teeth as it pops through the letterbox.

Molly and Ted enjoying the beachThe good news is that missives have started arriving from campsite owners, imploring us to go back and savour their lovely walks to the beach and splendid views from their grassy pitches.

The chauffeur and the maid tend to be creatures of habit and often make bold plans to set off somewhere new and exciting. The wilds of northern Scotland, perhaps, or even a trip that would mean Ted and I having to obtain a ‘pet passport’. Then, as the day before the holiday arrives, they say to each other: “Shall we go back to Weymouth/Scarborough/Cromer?”

I must say my favourite Club Site so far is Scarborough in Field Lane, off Burniston Road.
It’s open and spacious, ideal for a short trek to a breath-taking coastal walk. It’s a bus ride (buses stop right outside the site) or a bracing walk into Scarborough if you prefer. And the good news for cost-conscious folk is that this Club Site is one of those that will be £4.50 cheaper per night in high season this year for families, compared with last year’s prices.

So why not grab a bargain and, if you’ve not been before, try it yourself this summer?
You never know, you might see me (and Ted!) there. That’s if we're not at Weymouth or Cromer...

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Molly and Ted are travelling terriers - borders without borders who visit UK campsites in a motorhome. Chatty Molly offers tips for places to stay and shares some of her holiday capers.

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Introducing Molly and Ted...

Meet Molly and Ted, two border terriers with a love of campsites and travelling around the UK. This month, site-savvy Molly offers terrier tips for great places to stay from a four-legged friend’s point of view and shares some of her holiday capers

Hello! Are you planning your summer holidays yet? If your touring party is anything like ours, we canine campers come top of the list of considerations. We all enjoy the beach, so that’s one thing we never argue about.

The servants (the chauffeur and the maid that is) always make sure our needs are catered for before they pack everything into their ’van.

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Molly and Ted are travelling terriers - borders without borders who visit UK campsites in a motorhome. Chatty Molly offers tips for places to stay and shares some of her holiday capers.

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