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PostPosted: Fri Jun 25, 2010 3:06 pm 

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Location: UK Worcester/Hereford border
This weekend is Whole Horse Weekend at Rowanoak, Brecon. 26th + 27th June.

School summer holidays are nearly here.

If anyone fancies a change of scenery you are welcome to camp over, or use the old, basic little caravan in the field. The river is small and good for paddling, you do need old trainers on as the stones can be sharp. A wet suit keeps you warmer, but a good inner tube sailing and splashing is probably more fun to sail in than a luxury liner.
Luxury we do not do.

I can bring a 5 gallon water container for drinking and washing as there is no water or electric on tap and no toilet facilities, we could use the porta-potti.
The bottom pasture is flat and good for a game of doggie football, or rounders, baseball etc.

Space for a horse or two with electric tape or perhaps gate them into the field shelter.

So if anyone can manage the driving costs and bring their picnic, the rest is free of charge, unless you prefer to book into the local B&B or Hotel where they do have proper facilities.
Interact as much or as little as you like with the horses in their field, and expect sandwiches to be stolen by a pony or sheep.
I work alternate weekends, but you can make your own fun, meet up or come individually.
Just to say, if you want to come, then you are welcome.
We are close to Bromyard, Malvern, Hereford, Worcester and easy distance to make day trips into Wales, if you need a base camp.
PM me or mobile is 07904 735559 for text messages, -a weeks notice would be helpful.

Love Susie xx

Chirkenhill B&B 1.5 miles from field or Bank House Hotel 2.5 miles from field.
http://www.2stay.com/uk/hotels/chirkenhill.html

http://www.2stay.com/uk/hotels/cowleighpf.html

or http://www.bank-househotel.co.uk/

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 26, 2010 9:20 am 
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oh boy, I studied in Malvern for 5 years :applause: nostalgic ... (sigh)

PiePony, enjoy the beautiful area, some gorgeous places round there!

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