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"Thetford Club campsite is surrounded by natural history & ideal for walkers & cyclists. "
Our Club Site at Thetford Forest is surrounded by natural history. Adjacent to the Site, the forest is home to rare butterflies and plants and you may spot red, roe or muntjac deer. Winner of MMM Site of the Year 2009 Award. Thetford currently holds a 4 Star Visit Britain Award. Please don't use Sat Nav when near the site. Read more about Camping Pods at Thetford Forest. Find out about what's on at Thetford
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A good base for visiting East Anglia, with the popular East coast resorts about an hour away... - Sean Williams
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Thetford Forest Camping and Caravanning Club SitePuddledock FarmGreat HockhamThetfordNorfolkIP24 1PA
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Rob and Dawn Muggridge, Neil and Julie Purnell
Just got back after spending 2 nights here. Very friendly staff, was able to choose where we wanted to be. Toilet and showers were very clean.
There is an enclosed dog area which was very convenient to us. The forest next door has lots of paths to walk in. A very enjoyable time was had especially as it was a glorious sunny weekend.
DATE STAYED: April 2013
MEMBER FOUND TOWING: Moderate
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Peaceful break,Younger couples
Friendly and helpful welcome, escorted to pitch, shown the amenities. Good site shop. Lovely walks straight off site through the forest. Lovely dog exercise area wish more sites had this. Very well maintained site excellent amenities. Lovely relaxing break.
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Groups,Active break,Peaceful break
We have stayed on this site a lot - 4 months on a seasonal pitch plus on several other occasions.
I can't imagine how any site could be better. The staff are helpful and efficient, facilities are spotless and modern and Thetford Forest is literally on the doorstep.
There is plenty of space whether you want an all action break or just to site and relax.
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Active break,Peaceful break,Younger couples
Booking in was quick and easy. Staff were friendly and helpful. Recycling of paper/plastic etc is actively encouraged, which we liked. The peace and tranquility was very noticable during our stay, but it was during a very cold spell in February. Clean washroom facilities with lovely large toilet and shower cubicles. The only negative would be that the shower only worked in 15 second bursts and the shower curtain attacked me every time the water stopped! Good walking and cycling opportunities, both directly off the site and at nearby Brandon. Would have no hesitation to stay again.
DATE STAYED: February 2013
MEMBER FOUND TOWING: Easy
SUITABLE FOR: Older couples,Peaceful break
Stayed here several times and always enjoy our stay..does get very busy at peak times and weekends...with regard to a previous comment on staying later on a Sunday...we nearly always arrive on a Sunday and it is very frustrating to arrive on site at 12.30 and find lots of units still occupying pitches that should have left by 12pm...on our last visit we were booking in for a 2 week stay at 12.30 and the site was still very full and choice of pitches very limited...but by 4 pm site had lots of pitches as people had then gone...very frustrating for us as we had all the awning up etc and didn't want to then move..feel that more people should respect the 12pm leaving time and perhaps the site managers should enforce it a bit more...
Can be noisy at times with the training ground at the back and the nearby main road...
We love airplanes so that noise isn't a bother to us but could be for some people....
Site always very clean ...but shower blocks do struggle on times when the site is full as it does attract a lot of families with children and they seem to fill the toilet facilities...
DATE STAYED: September 2012
Spent two nights here and was very pleased with the site. Shower Block was well heated and very clean. The staff were all very helpful and we would not hesitate coming back.
DATE STAYED: October 2012
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Groups,Active break,Peaceful break,Younger couples
We stayed in the beging of april just as the weather went bad again. Dispite that the staff were very helpful and friendly. the designated ball playing area was great as was the kids play area. we enjoyed exploring the woods as a family with our two children,(3 and 2) and our two dogs. the free wifi was spot on. The only down side was that due to the amount of rain we had some places on the site were a little water logged and there was a flood on the access road just off the main road. Other than that would happily stay there again.
DATE STAYED: April 2012
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Active break,Younger couples
Had a good few days. We were in Thetford to visit family and friends in the surrounding area. Great idea regarding the TV cables. Toilets and showers were good and the barrier being open till 11pm was also good. The dog had lots of places to walk and run. Overall we had a great time well worth the 5 hour journey.
First time camping with a tent for 28 years and this site ensured it was a great experience. Friendly welcome and helpful staff throughout our stay. Great to get TV hookup at reasonable cost and free WiFi. Only gripe was 50p to hire a relatively small ice pack - if they must charge they should provide a decent size but part of our learning curve - will take an electric coolbox next trip.
Our dogs loved it as well - the forest walks from the site were great and the small dog exercise area was great to let them off their leads.
The clean well provisioned toilet and shower block was never busy but we suspect might be busier at peak periods and weekends.
This was our first camping holiday and was fantastic. The site was clean and felt very safe and secure so our children could happily rides their bikes around. We only stayed for 4 days and spent 3 of these walking or riding around the forest, the other day we spent in Bury St. Edmunds which was a lovely place. The facilities on site are first class and enabled us to really relax and enjoy our break. If there were to be a downside.... it's that the bar has now been set incredibly high for our next trip! Thank you x
DATE STAYED: August 2012
Excellent site. Friendly, welcoming & helpful staff. Would highly recommend to others and look forward to revisiting in the near future.
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Peaceful break
well this was our second visit to this site this year and we stayed fri-sun and had a lovly time until sunday early afternoon when one of the site attentands came over to where we were sitting with friends to demand that if we were leaving that day we needed to pay Â£1 per hour after midday and that if we stayed after 16.30 we would be charged another full day she was very rude in the way she spoke to us we didnt mind paying the extra but as the site was nearly empty and our vans were packed and ready to go she could see we didnt plan to stay we were just enjoying a chat with friends b4 we left.and considering there were 3 familes in our group they dont seem to want our retun buissness?
On returning to a tent after a 10 year absence from caravanning and camping (we now have 3 grandchildren who love the idea of camping), for our second outing this year on our own, we must have picked the best week of the summer for weather, and thoroughly enjoyed our 6 day stay at this site. Staff extremely helpful and comments from an early review regarding tv aerial and freezer blocks were welcome. We loved the way that, once you had used the showers, a mop and bucket is left so you can leave the cubicle ready for the next person. We never saw the facilities in a mess which is nice to say about the staff and fellow campers. It really is a delightful area and will return hopefully next year. Everybody on site was very friendly. Had the best hot baguette ever in Watton (hot beef sliced whilst you watched and dipped in gravy at one of the local butchers). We kept our visits to just the local area and can't wait to go back to this site to explore the area more fully.
Just the two of us with the dog and we loved this site and will be back. Didn't really use the dog walk because access to the woods is so easy. Plenty of dog bins but not enough showers for the size of the site. We loved the walks, especially down to the Dog and Partridge (follow the quiet lane from the site to peddars way) where they love dogs and do a really excellent game pie.
Just returned from a two night stay - could not fault the staff - very friendly and helpful - loved the forest walks with our dog - amazing scenery and so peaceful (in the woods!) my only gripe really were the facilities - the campsite had a lot of children there due to summer hols and really unless you had your shower very early it would have been difficult - needs a much bigger toilet block - will definitely return when kids are at school!!
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Peaceful break
What a gem, stayed for 1 night on way home from Kings Lynn. Staff exceed themselves in their attitude to visitors, friendly and helpful. Facilities are excellent and kept clean by campers as well as staff. Lovely walks in the forest, far from the madding crowd. We even saw a fawn so can vouch for the site details. WiFi is free and available most anywhere. An idyllic spot. A credit to the club.
This was my first outing with my young son in our new tent. The staff were very friendly, the site itself was very clean and the showers/toilets equally clean. The large activity field was great for playing football or riding bikes around in and the play equipment always had a group of children playing on it. We had great weather but no shade on most of the site so our wind break came in handy to give us the shade we needed out of the hot sun. Despite only living locally would definately go again for a long weekend as once you are off the road you could be anywhere. The forest at your feet to go exploring in or just a leisurely walk. The Fish & Chip van on Friday night (arrives at 7.15pm) is very popular so get there early as they will be lining up from 6.30pm or sitting in chairs which made us laugh. The shop is small with just the basics so if you wanted something to cook for dinner you would need to visit one of the local Tesco. Nice pub only a few miles away The Angel at Larling or the Eagle in Great Hockham, both a short car journey. Highly recommend a stay at this site.
1st time camping with the children (age 5 and 3). They loved it. Campsite was lovely, very clean and staff were great and had a choice of spot you wanted to pitch your tent which was good . Kids playground and field was perfect and a very safe campsite for children to ride around on bikes etc.
The only negitive is the shop could of been a little better as wasn't really much in there.
Would def go back another time though
Simply Fantastic. Staff are very friendly and helpful. We were camping with electric and selected a pitch (from available pitches on board at reception) beside one of the entrances to the forest which was ideal for our dog although the dog walk on site is perfect for first thing in the morning/last thing at night. Direct access from site to lovely forest walks, distance of routes colour coded. The toilet blocks are immaculate, both blocks have a family bathroom, Â£10 refundable deposit for a key. Laundry available at a charge. The playground on-site although not huge is sufficient and the open space around the playground is ideal for ball games etc. The only slight downside was you can't refreeze your own ice blocks. They supply ice blocks on site at a charge, Â£2 refundable deposit per block with a 50p usage charge per block. Watton 6 miles away has a large Tesco and we found a fabulous butchers (Steven Smiths) which has a carvery style hot counter that serves a choice of hot baguettes, beef/pork/turkey, stuffing & selection of sauces at very reasonable prices and not at all shy with the amount of filling. Meat for BBQ also very reasonable and delicious! There is another large Tesco with petrol station in Thetford, 7 miles from site. High Lodge Forest Centre is well worth a visit, our little boy (3 yrs old) loved all the play equipment along the forest trails, suitable for all ages and for teenagers there's Go Ape. There is a parking charge of Â£1.90 per hour but you can buy a weekly parking pass for Â£15 so if visiting more than once well worth getting the weekly pass. Food/drinks very expensive and the staff in the cafe are extremely off-hand & rude!, worth bringing a picnic. We also took a trip to Dinosaur Adventure, what a brilliant park, lots to do. In addition to the Dinosaur trails there are various play areas & an animal encounter, but again bring a picnic as food/drinks prices are extortionate! We highly recommend this site & can't wait to return.
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Active break,Peaceful break
Excellent site, staff very friendly and very helpful, we had one child age 7 with us and he loved it made lots of friends played in the park and area for football all the time everyone on campsite nice and friendly we had brilliant weather until last 2 days tesco just 15 minutes down the road ten more minutes ish and you reach a sainsburys and mcdonalds...coast around an hour away we went to Banham zoo (35 minutes away) was great!! overall campsite friendly very clean showers really nice
DATE STAYED: July 2012
2nd time we have been love it. kids love it dog loved it cant wait to go back again
Excellent site and the staff are very friendly. It was our first excursion with the touring caravan (so very nervous) but the staff were very relaxed and helpful. Great site for families and the facilities were cleaned regularly. Pet friendly too.
SUITABLE FOR: Families
First camping trip as a family was made easy by helpful, friendly staff. All you can ask for in a camp site.
Only negative aspect was WIFI connection was unreliable, however as a get away break that could be seen as an advantage.
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Groups,Peaceful break,Younger couples
Overall the site was very good and staff very helpful.The downside was there were too many dogs-4 in the motorhome next to us.Most people had more than 1.When 1 started barking they all did.Also on arrival to our pitch we noticed dog excrement which was quickly removed by the warden and an apology given.The same situation occured a few days before leaving - dog excrement, again this was removed quickly.If you are thinking of using this site its worth considering these comments as you will always get the minority dog owners spoiling it, which it did for us.We are animal lovers but don't own a dog.
What a lovely place. Very well looked after. The wife and I travelled with 4 kids aged 14, 12, 7 & 2 all had a great time and we will definitely go back. The Play areas for the kids and recreational areas are huge and completely dog free. Walking, cycling this place has it all. We will never go to a certain holiday village in Elvedon again - no point when Thetford forest has it all.
Warm welcome, good facilities, Thanks for a great stay
First time at this site but will definitely be going back. Superb site,great for walking with dogs straight from site. Staff very friendly and site is very well organised. Facilities are spotless. Could not fault the site in any way. Forest on the doorstep and only an hours drive to the coast.
First time caravanning and pick this site as it was close to home, greeting from the staff was warm and friendly the staff very helpful they took us to our pitch. The pitch was large with all amenities close by.
Show block was first class very clean and lots of hot water. The Shop stocked some small items but limited for a full weekly shop (ha ha ).
You could access the woods via a small gate and you can walk or ride your bike for miles very peaceful.
Someone had emptied a BBQ overnight and the ash was being blown about this was quickly sorted out by the staff which I was most impressed with.
Would I go back yes would I recommend this site yes
Well-done to the owners and the staff .
DATE STAYED: June 2012
Had a lovely stay over the Jubilee weekend. Lots of activities provided. Toilet block clean, lots of hooks & a seat in showers. Excellent enclosed dog run, great for excersising. Lovely forest walks on site. Staff extremely friendly and helpful. Lots of space between pitches so you don't feel like you are living on top of your neighbour. Free wifi! Site kept tidy. Will definetely return.
This must be the freindliest site ever. We had a fantastic week over the Jubilee period. The staff really got involved with the Jubilee theme and made it lots of fun. None stop entertainment in the form of quizzes (we came joint 2nd!), 'Royal' appearances, world records, treasure hunts etc etc Never a dull moment despite the rain!
Can't understand the previous review about lack of facilities, cramming people in etc. We just didn't see it that way at all. The pitches are generous in size and in close proximity to the beautiful forest - good for walking and cycling. We don't have a dog and there were a lot on site but they were all on leads and didn't present any problems whatsoever for our 2 young children. We particularly liked the family bathroom. Yes you have to pay Â£10 deposit for the key but you get it back at the end of your stay.
Great children's play area - had to drag our children away, even during the downpours!
Nothing bad to say about this site - we had a wonderful time. Many thanks.
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Groups,Active break,Peaceful break
We also stayed over the Jubilee weekend and following week. Yes, the site was FULLY booked, and yes with lots of children about - but it was half term and jubilee!!! We were on hardstanding and I was amazed at the size of the pitch with grassed area to side. Even though the site was really busy I never felt crowded. Actually I thought the children were pretty well behaved on site all things considered. Dogs barking in the middle of the night was rather more annoying (and I speak as an ex dog owner). The staff couldn't be faulted in terms of friendliness and helpfullness. Full marks. It was a bit of a traipse to the bins, especially with the amount of rain we've had, and can understand how frustrating that would be for less mobile campers. Playground facilities and field were great. Efforts over jubilee events were top notch. Think a lot more could be done about the toilet facilities though. Fortunately we make use of onboard facilities mostly, but when we did use toilet block, even after they had just been cleaned, it wasn't great. Think they could do with being cleaned twice a day when site is busy. Also, clothes left at the dishwashing facilities to wipe down the sinks after use (as often found on sites) would be useful. We always take our own washing up bowl to use in the sink. I wouldn't want to use our washing up sponge to wash down the sink facilities after use, but equally wanted to leave it clean & dry for the next person. Had to settle for a good rinse with cups of water. Cycling in the forest would have been good....but thanks to weather we only got out there once. Tesco within short (5mile ish) distance. The bus stop "outside" the campsite is actually on a busy road with no pavement - or you can take a 15mins plus walk to the local village centre - didn't try it so not sure if pushchair friendly. Jet aircraft noise was a bit of a nuisance. All in all though a nice site and would definitely stay again if we were in the area.
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Groups,Active break,Peaceful break,Younger couples
Really nice site with both traditional field with large trees and a more modern hardstanding area. 2 lots of facilities kept very clean and of a good standard.
Most importantly very well drained and even though we had horrendous weather it just poured down no mud walked into the van or awning.
Rubbish is kept away from the main areas and is divided for recycling. Small lake/large pond for fishing and many walks through the Forest.
Looking forward for an excuse to go back when the weather is a bit better
Our first impressions of this site were very good, we had a lovely quiet corner pitch close to a shower block. Unfortunately it went downhill from there, the shower block near us wasn't open on the first day, so we had to traipse across to the only other block. As it was jubilee weekend the site started to fill up the second day we were there, and I mean fill up, they really cram them in and this is a huge site. In total (in the ladies )there are 7 showers (across the two blocks) and 5 courtesy cubicles (only in the main block none in the smaller block). The main block was nice and warm but the other block was freezing so not really usable even when it was open. I can only speak for the ladies facilities but on a site with 150 pitches I think the facilites are very lacking. The other problem we had was finding a rubbish bin, after searching for quite a while we found the only bins on site, the big green ones the council collect which are OUTSIDE THE EXIT BARRIER. If you are on one of the lower fields it is one heck of a walk, if you are disabled like me you will have to drive to them. Also there is one disabled toilet, you will have to pay Â£10 for the key and then pay 50p for water if you want a bath! Once the site started to fill up there were kids on bikes flying around everywhere without a care in the world, and I have never seen so many dogs in one place. Our "neighbour" arrived with 3 large dogs and proceeded to erect wire fencing around his pitch complete with gate! If you are a family or dog owners this site is fantastic for you, but if you want a quiet time don't go here on a weekend or holiday.
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Groups,Active break
We have stayed on this site several times now and we just can't fault the staff and the site.Every visit there is something new in the way of planting and improving the site it self. This time we were glad to see a secure exercise area for dogs wonderful for our Cairn terrier. We must also say a big thank you to Rob and his friends for helping with our van when we left which came of the ball hitch !! New learning curve there for us always check it is on !! Roll on August when we will be back , thank you to Rob and Dawn and all the gang .
DATE STAYED: May 2012
This was a lovely site very child and dog friendly and the facilities were very clean.Would definately recommend and we will be returning.
This was our first ever camping trip with our 7 and 4 yr olds, we only stayed for one night as a 'test' run. Found the staff very helpful and friendly. The toilets/shower block very clean. The site was very busy but it still seemed peaceful and friendly. Would recommend and look forward to going again, perhaps for longer next time.
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Groups,Peaceful break
We are new to caravaning and Thetford was our first site to stay at and i can't thank the staff enough for the help,advice and warm welcome we recieved. The facilities are spotless and the location is perfect for the short weekend get away or the longer family holiday. Plenty to do locally from walking to sampling local produced English whiskey and the seaside is just down the road.
what a gem of a site we stayed here with our kids of 4 & 8 and really enjoyed ourselves the site was fantastic and the staff were brilliant and the showers were spotless.we had direct access to the forest which was lovly for walking in.tesco store 10 mins away tried to book another trip when we got back only to find was fully booked.cant rate this site highly enough we have booked a week in deon and hope it will b as good as our wkend at thetford forest. site and staff were a1 highly reconmend
A lovely site, very peacful, right on the edge of the forest with good direct access from the sire if you fancy a walk. Excellent enclosed dog walk to allow dogs to run off the lead. First class toilet/shower facilities with cubicles for basins. The toilets are closed for cleaning for 1 hour but the other block can be used during this time. A real retreat from busy life. Excellent play area for the children. We had pitch 112 which was great for catching the evening sun as it sets behind the trees.
Excellent site, Very freindly, maybe a bit strict on the rules but understandable as it is in the middle of a forrest.
Nice site, warm welcome, unfortunately main toilet/shower block closed so everyone had to use the only block available which had only 2 loos and 2 showers which wasnt satisfactory. On the weekend families arrived which wasnt a problem, but site rules regarding ball games being permitted in the designated area only were completely ignored and there was no sign of any wardens on site all Saturday. The arrival of footballers one side and tennis players (accompanied by Maria Sharapova style grunting)on the other made for a less than peaceful weekend.
I would have hoped that the Club would enforce its rules so all units can enjoy themseles, not just the noisy ones.
Perhaps we shall only visit on weekdays next time and leave weekends to the "noisies".
DATE STAYED: March 2012
Lovely quiet location with mature trees around. Friendly staff and heated clean facilities very welcome in March. Excellent centre for cycling around the minor roads through interesting villages, but the official cycle route using the Pedder's Way is rough and unsuitable for small wheeled folding bikes.
We received a great welcome, the staff were very friendly and helpful particularly when reversing onto our pitch in several inches of snow. There are some lovely short walks next to site but for those wanting a longer/more strenuous walk you must drive to Thetford forest visitors centre about 15mins away. Unfortunately the facilities let this site down significantly; one shower block was closed leaving only 4 showers in total and these were freezing on more than one occassion...ICE COLD! The water pressure was poor, it appeared that the shower block was not able to cope with all 4 showers being used at once resulting in us either using the shower in our caravan or waiting until lunchtime to shower impacting on our holiday somewhat! We understand that the weather was particularly cold and the snow may have had some impact however you do expect at least a warm shower each day, we regularly go to motorbike racing events and would have to say that the washing facilities there have been better than those with which we were faced on this site. Overall we had a nice break but would recommend this site for a short break but beware the showers!
DATE STAYED: February 2012
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples
Very friendly welcome, being new to caravaning we found the staff very helpful with tips and advice.
A good play area with swings, climbing frame, etc for the kids that also included a field for ball games and general running around where dogs where not permitted.
Separate dog exercise area where you could let your dog off the lead for a good run around.
We found the site very clean with one of the toilet blocks having a handy family room.
Will defiantly be returning.
We only booked for one night on this site. When I phoned to make the booking the person I spoke to over rode the policy of having to book for two nights over weekends. We arrived just after 12:30pm to a friendly welcome. I had the site layout explained to me and was told we could choose any hard standing pitch. The pitch's were a good size and well laid out. There was free wifi on site. The facilities had been limited to one block and several of the toilets had been made unavailable as was some of the showers, which was understandable with the few units on the site. The surrounding forest was a lovely dog walking area especially in the snow which we had woke up to on the Sunday morning. We would definately come back here!!
We went for a short break to try out our motorhome. The warden was very friendly and helpful welcoming us to the site. The site was well maintained and tidy,the main toilet block was open, very clean. Unfortunately there are steps up to the facilities which were difficult for someone with a disability or elderly. The disabled toilet was across the other side of the site and locked for the winter.It was a long way from our pitch so didn,t bother to ask for it to be opened.On our last day we seached for a bin to dispose of our refuse,having done the whole circumference of the site without success we gave up. This is a fantastic site for dog lovers, superb dog excercise area, easy access to the forest. We would use the site again.
DATE STAYED: January 2012
SUITABLE FOR: Peaceful break
Had great new years eve thank you all for all your hard work to make it so...
Looking forward to coming back soon.
DATE STAYED: December 2011
Had a brilliant weekend here. The site was easy to find, and we were shown to our pitch by a friendly member of staff. Being the time of year it was the site was very quiet and we had a whole field to ourselves. Theres a great dog exercise enclosure, plenty of dog bins dotted about and some wonderful marked walks in the local area for those with dogs. The children enjoyed the play area, but were unable to do any fishing as the lake is closed due to low water levels. Toilet and shower facilities were amazingly clean and couldn't be faulted at all. We will deffinatly be returning.
DATE STAYED: November 2011
Met on arrival by very friendly and helpful franchisee, offered choice of pitch, first time ever. Great location especially for dog owners with access direct to forest walks. good facilities and well maintained and clean, will visit again soon. many thanks for a wonderful four days. mick and sheila and bailey yhe border.
DATE STAYED: October 2011
Stayed from Saturday to today (Tuesday) 25/10/11. We were "podding" and it has certainly given us the confidence back into camping even if it was getting 'softish' with the extra conveniences e.g heating and electricity!!
Such a break from the norm with shops and eateries pretty close to the site aswell and one last thing can't wait to book up for over the festive period!!
End of the season, so not many other visitors, but we were very impressed. Quietly situated, excellent shower blocks and the forest nearby. We couldn't ask for more!
Unpleasant experience of this site - impersonal. We rang several days in advance to say that we might not quite make their reception closing time of 8pm, as we were travelling from afar on a very busy weekend - they listened and didn't offer any advise. On the journey there we rang again to say we had made time and would be only 45 mins late (arriving 8.45). We were told that it would be too late and we'd have to use the car park outside of the site. Fine. I accept rules. However, it was difficult as we have two young children and we were not sure if we were allowed to use facilities and without a plan of site didn't know where they where either. This was made worse by the fact there was a member of staff milling around and other families casually driving in and out of site, late! The next morning I spoke to reception about how this made us feel and was told it was all down to CLUB POLICIES. However, on the second night we were awoken by a large group of adult campers setting up camp with headlights blinding us and this was all happening at 11pm!!! Why were the rules different for them? I noticed they didn't have small children either... Won't be going near this discourteous site again. I would also like to hear what the site has to say about casually bending their strict policies!
DATE STAYED: August 2011
Puddledock Farm campsite is a Very Very Clean and Tidy campsite (the toilet & shower blocks are cleaned everyday by staff who know how to clean)there is a washing up area for those in tent's thats just as Clean. All staff are so Friendly,Polite,Very Helpful and show you to your pitch on arrival,Checking in is fairly quick & easy. "Pitches are of a Good Size". For anyone with dogs there are some Fantastic Walks and Wildlife to see. It has a Great Fish'n'Chip van arrive on site every Friday evening also it has a good on site shop. The children's play area is Very well maintained and our daughter has had many hours of Fun and made lots of New Friend's. As for rule's, there are a few (like most site's) But they are Respectful rule's that make it a FANTASTIC place to stay. Children have Fun, the adult's Relax and everyone has respect for each other. WELL DONE to all staff at Puddledock Farm "Don't change a thing as it really is a Fantastic place all down to you all and your hard work" Thank You :-)
DATE STAYED: September 2011
Our first visit, a thoroughly enjoyable time - lovely walks in the forest, loads of wildlife to see. Staff very friendly and helpful, good shop on-site and excellent fish and chips from the visiting van!
Only issue seems to be insufficient toilets/showers for the number of people on-site - and it wasn't full by any means when we were there.
Staff very rude,unorganised, to many chiefs. If you dislike dogs(free roaming) best stay away.
Although toilets kept very clean, to many rules for family(supposedly)campsite.
Many campers holiday spoilt by attitudes of very rude and inconsistent staff.
Inconsistent rules, ok for some but not for others.
thought I was back in Wretham army camp
SUITABLE FOR: Older couples
We had 2 campervans, a tent and 2 pods. Absolutely Fab! The staff went out of their way to accommodate as all together and the 2 pods were great!!!! We all
loved it. The site was very clean, staff very helpful and would love to go again next year. We stayed over the Aug bank holiday weekend and we all had such a lovely time !!!!
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Groups,Peaceful break,Younger couples
just returned from a 5 day break. We are a family of 6 with a baby, 2, 8 and 10 year olds. The play area and adjacent field were fabulous for our children and the older 2 spent much of their time over there, they took their bikes and the site is safe for them to ride around on. The toilet/shower blocks were kept nice and clean, I went over to them late in the evening on a couple of occasions and they were being cleaned then. My two gripes, the showers lasted 6 seconds before having to press the button again!!, I know they want to conserve water/electricity etc but that is ludicrous, no one is able to wash in 6 seconds!, and when trying to wash such a pain to keep pressing the button or be able to hold it in. There are also no facilities which families can use without first having to pay a Â£10 deposit for the key, which we were not told when we arrived so when we went to bath the baby on our first evening we couldnt get into the room. Armed with the key on the second evening we went to bath the baby only to find you had to pay 50p each time you wanted to have hot and cold water dispensed into the bath, we abandoned the idea altogether as we had no idea how much that was going to cost, the mummy before us had paid Â£1.50 and left a bath full of bubbles because she couldnt rinse it out. The disabled toilet was also locked. The parent and toddler room was locked and up a flight of stairs, so again not user friendly for taking a buggy into, if it was even large enough to take one but as we didnt go in I cant say, in the end we resorted to bathing the baby in one of our storage containers in our tent!!. Disappointing as meant to be family friendly site, and it is so much easier when everyone is able to pile into one room and shower. But all that said we will definitely return, it was quiet and relaxing with nice walks into the forest outside your tent, and staff friendly.
We really liked this site,easy access to the forest, well kept site, a large playing area and equipment. The only things that jarred were the inadequate showers which, if all the showers in the block were being used,the water trickled down the wall! Also if you have a young family and want to use the family shower you will have to hope that you manage to get hold of a key. There are only six and these are given out to six families who keep them for the duration of their stay. I didn't get one and had to try and shower three children and myself in the shower cubicle which as they are fairly small was almost impossible. It doesn't seem equitable that all families pay the same rate but only some have access to all the family facilities. We won't be visiting again.
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Active break,Younger couples
Just back from the Bank Holiday weekend at Thetford. Were lucky with the weather and managed to shelter from a couple of storms whilst out cycling. It's not the first time we've stayed at Thetford and it certainly won't be the last, but the biggest plus this time were the plum, apple and pear trees dotted around the site and laden with delicious fruit!
Really lovely site, great access to forest area, really nice site with great facilities but the shower goes from being brilliant to a trickle when more than 2 people shower, there is also only 5 showers in the main block for 150 pitches. the staff are really friendly and know their stuff. flat pitches and a good site for anyone really, we're a family and had a great relaxing weekend even though there were larger groups who were noisier than we were but staff take this into consideration when placing you .
A beautiful site, with a warm and friendly welcome from the very efficient staff.
We picked this site for its proximity to the forest and walks, access to the woods is directly from the site and this was great for walking the dog. The on-site dog exercise area is a super idea and gave our dog the chance to have some off lead fun & let off steam!.
The Kids area is great and our youngest spent most of his time there making friends.
The facilities as with all the C&CC sites we have stayed at are superb, they are clean, plentiful and we never had to queue. The only slight niggle we had is that both blocks were closed for cleaning at the same time, leaving you without access to the facilities for an hour if you needed it!
The free wifi was very reliable, which pleased our 14year old!.
There are some rules at the site but nothing that you wouldn't expect and it made for a nice quiet site and a very relaxing stay....well done C&CC club for another lovely site, just wish you could control the weather as it rained for over 24hours constant during our august 4 night stay but the site didn't suffer as it is very well drained so no horrible muddy puddles or flooded pitches!.
Would definately recommend and will return again.
first time we stayed at this site and would deff come back again and with
our grandaughter. this site is lovely peaceful and quiet next 2 lovely forest walks. toilet and shower blocks lovely and clean.
This site i nothing short of fantastic. We are a family of five with three children under 10. The amount of play space for the children is great. I would recommend to the site that they put photo's of the play equiptment on the page. As a parent, the play facilities are a huge factor in where we choose to stay. We requested a pitch near the play area and were able to see our youngest (who is four) running about playing. Everything is clean, if you want a quieter break you can request to be over by the fisheing pond which is very very difficult for a child to get close to without an adult as it it fenced off and gated. All in all a great site. Our only critisism is the site man who asked us to move our tent over to the edge of the pitch (It meant moving everything (but only by about 2 foot) as he said that people to the right of us would need at least 6ft between us and their tent. We fully understood and moved over a bit. However when people came in on the left they were not given the same advice and this resulted in us having less space for the couple of days they were there... Slightly irritating but ALL other staff were very friendly and it didn't spoil our holiday. We had a thoroughly great time, were able to give the children lots of freedom :).
Has had a fantastic family holiday for 10 nights at this campsite. With 2 young children in tow this venue offers a great base for exploring the local area and we loved the cycle tracks and walk ways at the back of is site. We will be back.
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Active break
Not really a fault but during our stay we had torrential rain which left some paths / tracks flooded .. maybe some attention over winter? This site with time for landscaping to become established will be outstanding.
Fish and chips were excellent ... and so was free Wifi ...
DATE STAYED: July 2011
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Groups,Younger couples
After a few steps into the forest from the site my toddler fell into a dog poo on the path after returning from cleaning him up we were then asked to move our whole pitch over 1 metre after being told the day we arrived that we could place our awning on the grass, we decided to pack up and come home.....
Totally flat site for camping, excellent facilities even when busy, free wi-fi available and always clean and tidy.
DATE STAYED: June 2011
This is by far the biggest & best site we have stayed on in England. We were made very welcome from the moment we arrived & the staff were very helpfull when choosing the most suitable pitch for our needs. There is no shortage of walks from the site & you can purchase maps for a minimal charge.
The facilities were excellent & spotlessly clean. There is a fish & chip van on site Friday nights & a fresh meat stall on Saturday which also cooks ther produce (sausages, burgers, steak & bacon )We would recommend this site to anyone & will return ourselves without hesitation. Thank you to the staff.
fantastic site our 1st trip in our caravan and we all loved it and definately will go back highly recommend people to go here staff are very very friendly and most helpful we have 4 young children and they loved their 1st camping trip to Thetford forest and ask all the time can we go bak to Thetford forest yet hahaha the facilitys were great and extremely clean
Great site that has been thoroughly thought out. Facilities are excellent and always kept clean. There was always help at the reception and the shop was nicely stocked with the essentials. The walks into the adjacent forest were lovely and gave the dogs a good walk in a new area. Worth taking an OS map (or buy one at the shop) so you can explore the Peddar Way and the Pingo Trail. Pitch sizes are very generous and the ground is very sandy under the grass; so no bent pegs. We've really enjoyed the peace and relaxation that we came for.
Awesome, simply awesome. Our first c&cc holiday as new members, & all other sites have a lot to live up to if this is the standard. We had a lovely sheltered pitch only feet from the well fenced off lake, & our kids loved it. Very clean facilities & site all round. We experianced the now famous fish & chip van on friday nights. Very nice too! We really can't fault this site. The kids & I spent a day fishing on the small but well stocked lake, & caught some beautiful Rudd & Tench on pellet & corn. This really is a beautiful place to go & relax. Also if there are any families out there who have yet to discover the magic of 'Bewilderwood' near norwich, we would highly recommend that too!
DATE STAYED: May 2011
An absolutely brilliant site
Although the staff are v friendly and helpful and the facilities are clean. I don't think I will be going back to this site. If you have children or dogs it probably is a v good site, but for someone with neither I found it very busy. The only highlight for me was the Dog and Partridge pub at Wretham but you must have some form of transport to get anywhere. The road alongside the camp is very busy with cars and lorries speeding past. Also, there seemed to be a lot of 'NO' rules to adhere to.
We stayed here in March and as it was enjoyable then we returned in June. In March only one set of facilities was open due to "the weather - cold" so we expected both sets to be open in June. They were for the first night - Sunday - but then they were closed for the rest of our stay. Had we (and the other 12 units I'm sure) been told that they would be closed, we would have put our unit nearer the other facilities. In all my 11 years of C&CC membership I have never known facilities to be closed in June. One pair of site managers were very nice and helpful while the others insisted we moved our motorhome, although there was at least 5 meters, and a corner, between us and the next unit. Also, there were no refuse facilities around the site - the bins were outside the exit barrier. This is not my usual expectation (and findings) of C&CC sites.
We spent 5 nights camping at Thetford Forest with our 2 boys at the beginning of June. The site was easy to find and the staff were extremely friendly & helpful. The site is beautiful and well maintained. Our 2 boys loved the play area and we struggled somedays to get them away from it as they had made so many friends. Take a walk through the forest. The yellow route markers seem to disappear half way round. You could end up walking 5 miles instead of 2!! Get there early on a Friday night for the Chippy van to avoid disappointment. We highly recommend the meat man on Saturdays. We found the site very relaxing and did not want to come home. The only negative I can think of, and this has no bearing on the site or the staff. Due to the lack of rain,the ground was so hard, I bent a large number of pegs trying to put the tent & windbreak up. We will definitely be back at the same time next year, if not sooner.
Our second visit to the site- the Royal Wedding weekend! Well the site managers were all dressed to impress, it was like runaway bride on a bike! Another friendly welcome here.
A great site for wildlife watching- a hawkmoth came to join me in the shower!
Owls, bats and other wildlife were in abundance, deer roam just outside the site.
The Pingo Trail is a must, a walk along the old railway line. Will be back again.
DATE STAYED: April 2011
We have visited this site before, but not for a few years. Just as lovely and friendly as before. Small fishing lake ideal for children. Large play area with swings etc. room for football/rounders etc. Forest all around, lovely for walks and cycling. Large fenced in dog exercise area with a seat. Large reasonably flat pitches. Good clean facilities. Fish and chip van on Friday evenings ideal if you arrive tea time! we will be back.
Our first stay at a C&C Club site, having only joined this season. We came with two adults, two children & one dog, and we all had a great time. The site was ideal for our needs, plenty of space, even when the site was just about full (half term week). The children had plenty of space to play, and the dog exercise area was a great bonus, especially for a 10 month Lab puppy! The site adjoined the forest area, which is accessible straight from the site. The ablutions were always clean and well looked after.
All in all, a great site and we definitely would come back again.
This was the first time we came here, but it won't be the last! We thoroughly enjoyed our stay, so much so, that we extended it by two more nights! We enjoyed cycling and walking in the forest, but also the peace and tranquility of the surroundings. It was good to get back in the evenings for a well earned rest and bbq! The children had a wonderful time too. They really loved the forest, but were just as happy on the play area & around our pitch. We have told all our friends about it & we are hoping for another break here in June, friends and all! The staff were very friendly & nothing was too much trouble for them. A great place to stay & enjoy the Norfolk fresh air!
What a great stay! We stayed over the Royal Wedding bank holiday weekend - so the fantastic weather was certainly very welcome.
We were welcomed on site (even though we had arrived early) by a very friendly team, who showed us quickly to our site, and let us know everything we needed for the weekend.
We were staying with three other families - and it was great that we were all pitched in a nice square.
The facilites, and the campsite in general were kept in excellent order. The shop was well stocked with the basics and a few extras - but supermarket shopping was not far away.
The fish and chip van on a Friday night was a hit with the kids - and the food was actually very good as well.
The pitches are all well sized - but not secluded from your neighbours - as they layout is very open.
Due to the low local light - stargazing on a clear night is simply amazing!
This was our first stay on a site as members of C&CC - be warned the next few sites we have booked - you have a lot to live up to!
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Groups,Active break,Younger couples
Although we arrived early (11.30 am) for the Royal Wedding weekend we were made very welcome. The site was packed (combined Bank Holidays and a long spell of sunshine) but there was no queuing for facilties which remained spotless throughout. Great loction - many woodland walks direct from the site, so the cars were untouched for three days. Only "downers" - careless kids whizzing about on fast bicycles, and a very few campers who ignore the 11 pm curfew - but that's not really the site staff's fault. In every other respect, full marks!
We have been coming here - at least once per month since November 2009. The staff are super friendly and helpful and the site and facilities are exceptionally well-maintained. Even during the busiest times they have always been helpful and supportive. Yes - on occasions, they have to deal with a few visitors who don't follow the rules,but they remain calm, friendly and a credit to the Club. The nearby forest is great for dog walking. There are also shops and restaurants in the nearby town of Watton (The Indian is very disappointing but the Chinese is very good). During the summer months the Friday evening chip van, visiting the site, is a 'must' for young and old - so good you will need to join a surprisingly long queue - but the wait is worth it. Out and about there are lots of places to visit - information is available at the site. Many other sites could learn from the approach taken here - justifiable winners of the national award last year.
DATE STAYED: March 2011
Excellent! The reason we joined the C&CC. Staff very helpful and always willing to stop and chat - so who are the "magic fairies" who keep every where so clean and tidy? We thought the caravan positioning was for staff to live in, so much thought and attention, never experienced on another site! More facilities than we needed.
Site suitability must be determined by what an individual wants. If you want to go clubbing 'til 4a.m. don't bother to go to Thetford!
As pensioners we enjoyed our stay to the extent we extended it - partly due to the extraordinarily good weather - but we were visited by children and grandchildren who also thought the site excellent. The play area was well appreciated, the only criticism "there's no stream"! Grandchildren!!!!
Our only complaint, like another reviewer, is no fault of the site/staff. People who not only let their dogs off the lead but fail to clean up after them. Inexcusable.
Such a good site I'm reluctant to post this in case it is always full and we shan't be able to return!
Stayed for New Year, staff friendly, little shop with the essentials including tools like a gas bottle spanner as we lost the one we had!
Marquee tent put up so New year could be celebrated with fellow caravanners.
Plenty of dog walking in the forest. Saw interesting fallen tree that looked like a serpentine, interesting in the latest C&C magazine.
Definitely return again.
DATE STAYED: December 2010
This was our second visit with a group of friends and we cannot fault the site or the staff. Both trips have been during School & Bank holidays and the assistants have done their upmost to pitch us together. The play area is well-equipped and keeps the children entertained for hours. Facilities are always clean and tidy. Thetford was the first club site that we camped at together and we always compare our other trips to this site. We are yet to find one that we enjoy as much as this.
High Lodge in the forest has a variety of fantastic cycle routes, a cafe, play areas and Go Ape for the adventurous!
DATE STAYED: May 2010
as first time users of a caravan we found the site and staff amazing. we needed help and they were there to help us every step of the way. the site was very clean and the walks in the near by forrest were so relaxing. everybody we talked to were so friendy. we had a wonderful time and will be going back. thankyou everyone.
Camped for 3 days in March. Very warm welcome from staff - given choice of pitches. Was lent an extension lead for electric hook up when mine came up short. Facilities very clean and well kept. Great area for walking and biking. Saw a wide range of wild life from deer to hedgehogs as well as lots of birds. Will definately go back and would recommend to anybody looking for a quiet relaxed break
We had a 2 night stay, 100 yards from the trees! It was beautiful! The staff were very friendly, helpful and cheerful. Unfortunately some visitors did not stick to the rules of dogs on leads and clear up their mess, but this was at no fault of the site or staff. We had own dog on a lead and cleared up after him, it's not hard folks! We will definately return to the site for future weekend breaks because it only takes an hour for us. thanks for a great weekend. Good facilities. Lovely low level lights at night so that you can appreciate the stars at night.
DATE STAYED: February 2011
Visited this site six times within a year 2010, three times for holiday and three for day visits.The friendliness of the staff is 100% and they will do everything they can to help you no matter what it is.The site is immaculately clean and well looked after,all amenities are brilliant,The site is peaceful with plenty of lovely walks,being as we have two shi-tzus dogs who really love it,there is a small fishing lake with fantastic fishing which is very well maintained, nearby is Watton where there are plenty of shops for all you needs,you will not regret staying at this site,to us this is our second home we will be there for several stays again this year 2011, Alan & Margaret
DATE STAYED: August 2010
I don't think I can praise this site and its team highly enough.
This was our second camping trip, our first at a C&CC site. Although we'd been to Centre Parcs in Elveden before, it was our first time in Thetford proper.
Whilst we'd booked a 7 night stay, we only managed a 5 night stay, due to our car breaking down on the first day - thus tarnishing the rest of the trip with stress and aggrivation. On this point, the site staff were absolutely brilliant. They towed our car onto the site for us, and they were always warm and friendly whenever we saw them - always stopping for a chat or at least a wave.
What to say about the site? Well, it was pretty empty, as only mad people camp in January. :D It was very quiet, except for the jet fighters zooming over head frequently. It was very tidy, and very easy to find things.
The facilities were first rate, although only the centre block was open, due to it being a low-peak period, so I cannot atest to the standards of the other facilities on that score. From appearances, it looks the same. The maintainance and upkeep was very good, although lighting in the toilet area was defective, so dealing with a #2 at night - bring a torch!
The local attractions are very far apart and you absolutely need a car if you want to go anywhere around Thetford. I can recommend as a must visit, the Dog and Partridge pub, just down the road. The cider there was fantastic, and the food excellent. The service superb.
Although not one of my best holidays, due to the car problem, I cannot find fault with the site whatsoever. I'd definately go again, and strongly recommend it to anyone.
DATE STAYED: January 2011
We arrived to a very warm welcome and were given a variety of pitches to choose from and offered any help we needed. Very pleasant and friendly staff.
The site is deceptively large and spacious. It operates a coded barrier system. Thereâ€™s a fish & chip van on a Friday night which arrives approx 7.30pm and we can definitely recommend them.
There is a central block with wash up facilities and toilets. The showers were hot and a decent water pressure but they are push button and had to be pressed far too regular (8 secs) which is a pain.
The shop is small but has all essentials and a little bit more, we even got some oil for our bike chains.
There are a few entrances to the forest at the back of the site. Itâ€™s great with marked routes for walks and cycle rides. You soon get to know your way round as it is nowhere near as large as Thetford Forest itself but itâ€™s nice for a decent walk or an easy bike ride.
Thetford town has plenty of shops or Norwich is about a 40 minute drive which is a nice city. Closest pub would be The Eagle at Great Hockham and the Dog & Partridge on the main road to Thetford. The Eagle donâ€™t do food and Dog & Partridge has a snacks menu and the food was good and reasonable prices. Nearest supermarkets would be the Tesco at Watton about 6 miles drive or the Sainsburys at Thetford, about 20 minute drive. A great day out would be Thetford Forest (High Lodge, Brandon). Journey takes about 15-20 minutes by car.
The only negatives we can come up with for the site are, lack of lighting on a night, grass could have done with a cut and the showers not staying on long enough but none of them put us off. All in all the site is in a fantastic location with plenty to do nearby and is well kept and clean with helpful staff and great facilities. What more could one ask for. Needless to say we will definitely be returning.
DATE STAYED: September 2010
SUITABLE FOR: Older couples,Active break,Peaceful break,Younger couples
we only started caravanning last year and our visit to Thetford this Xmas/New Year will be our 4th visit there and our 16th trip away since June 2009. As a 50+ couple with a dog we found everything about Thetford exceeded our needs and expectations - friendly staff - super clean facilities and walking our dog through the forest meeting fellow campers and caravanners of all ages has been a sheer delight. The layout of the site allows both freedom to play and privacy and peace to be enjoyed by all in equal measure. p.s. please keep this gem of a site a secret:-)
DATE STAYED: March 2010
Very friendly welcome.Good for dog walking. Suspect showers etc. would be inadequate at peak times. Please do not insult us with showers that only stay on for 5 seconds at a time.
We will returm again at off peak time.
DATE STAYED: October 2010
Lovely site wardens very helpful & friendly site flat easy to get to, could not fault this site in any way.
Nice quiet peaceful break just what we needed. Site very clean and well looked after. All of the staff were very helpful.
Wardens were very friendly and weloming on arrival.
We did not found the site peaceful at all due to the Army training in and around the forest. Very noisy low-flying aircrafts many times during the day and night and loud 'bangs' (also day and night)during our stay.
I also appreciate we were warned that the grass was going to be scarified around our caravan, but starting later than 9.15am would have been better, thus giving us chance to get up and go out.
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Groups,Active break,Younger couples
An excellent site and will return again. We have only marked the cleanliness down for the ladies toilets because of how they are left by younger children. At the end of the day, the site staff can only do so much, so not a criticism of them. Excellent base for touring the area and a well laid out site. Great walking and mountain biking, which you can hire on site. You can even take the dog(A large forest on the perimeter). Very nice and relaxed atmosphere, all neighbouring campers seemed very friendly with ideas of places to go. Showers free and excellent. Camp quiet of an evening except for peoples chatter, very relaxing. Bricks available for all low barbeque setups at side of shop. Only gripes would be the rental of icepacks and having to buy them within the shop. I'm sure another method could be thought up. I would also recommend the shop itself not open from 12-1pm for
people in the site as when booking in, it was very busy and the staff seemed to overwhelmed with a pile of kids desperate for sweets and ices (Kids eh!). Maybe one till for the shop, the other for bookings in that hour. It really is nit picking. Its brilliant and we will definately be returning here!!
DATE STAYED: July 2010
Our first time out camping, and our first club site - an excellent welcome, and a suprisingly clean and friendly site. Given the site's location there is some added evening entertainment from the local military bases, but this is not too intrusive. The fish and chip wagon is a good idea, and produces a decent meal, at a reasonable price. A good base for visiting East Anglia, with the popular East coast resorts about an hour away - there is a wealth of attractions, to suit all ages within 20 miles of the site, we chose to go a little farther and see some of the attractions near Acle and the broads.
My complements to the staff - a excellent week away, and we will come again!
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Groups
Excellent site - warm welcome always. Does get quite busy at weekends.
Would recommend you get there mid week to get a better selection of pitches.
It was a very friendly and clean site with everything we needed as a family of 5. There were all sorts of parties there eg couples, families young and old. The playpark is ideal for older kids but my 2 year olds were slightly too young, but will enjoy it next year.
Plenty of space for ballgames and playing, and easy access to forest, which has different trails depending how far you want to walk. The situation of the campsite feels secluded and rural, although you are near the main routes to supermarket and Thetford Forest etc.
We will definitely be going again next year!
Totally flat site ideal for campers, site is split into smaller sections by large rows of trees giving it a secluded quality and also protecting you from the wind.
If you want fish & chips from the van on Fridays get there early as they get long queues.
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