Generally speaking, no. You must park sensibly, not getting too close to the adjacent pitches. If you have a small campervan you might be able to park sideways on some of the pitches.
The pitches vary in size. The hard standing pitches are better suited to large caravans/motorhomes. Of the grass standing EHUs, pitches #6 , 7, or 8 are the largest.
Hard standing EHU pitches have their own drinking water tap and grey water drain, as well as access to the electrical hook up.
Grass standing EHU pitches only have access to electrical hook up. You can drain grey water onto the grass. Water tap is about a 1 minute walk away.
No. Unfortunately tents cannot pitch on the EHUs but you can access power sockets in the wash blocks.
No, Town Farm has a strict no music policy at all times.
Yes but only if you park considerately. Grass EHU pitches are a better option for continental vehicles. On hardstanding pitches, the only option for continental vehicles is to drive forwards onto the pitch. This way your door will open onto the correct side (not onto neighbour’s pitch). This can be a problem if you have an awning.
Caravans & Motorhomes must pitch on the EHU pitches as per our planning permission. They cannot pitch directly alongside the tents.
Campervans & Trailer Tents can pitch alongside the tent pitches if preferred.
8 metres long maximum.