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Leafers at the Pit LATP / 6ft 6" height barrier at Apedales main entrance
« Last post by mickandpaula101 on August 19, 2019, 05:03:36 pm »
I have just sent out an email to all campers regarding the 6ft 6" height barrier at Apedales main entrance - the email contains the mobile phone number you need

There is a 6ft 6” height barrier at the main entrance to Apedale and we have now been asked to keep it locked throughout the weekend.

Luckily, there is an alternative route into the Apedale site to a back gate with no height barrier – it just needs a code. the email has the map attached.

FRIDAY ARRIVALS

If you are arriving on Friday and won’t be able to get under the height barrier, please use the alternative route and ring/text the mobile number for the gate code.

Just a reminder that no-one will be allowed on the camping field before 12 noon. However, you are welcome to arrive before then and help with the setting up 😊

SATURDAY and SUNDAY ARRIVALS BEFORE 10am

If you are arriving before 10am on Saturday or Sunday and won’t be able to get under the height barrier, please use the alternative route and ring/text the mobile number for the gate code.

SATURDAY and SUNDAY ARRIVALS AFTER 10am

We will be given a key so we can open and close it from 10am to 5pm on Saturday and Sunday.

There should be volunteers stationed at the height barrier between 10am and 5pm. If you arrive, can’t get under the height barrier and there is no-one there, please ring/text the mobile number. Someone will come with the key (or you can walk down and get the key for yourself.) You may have to wait for a few minutes because the height barrier is about half a mile from the show field.

(NB we need lots of you to volunteer to be a barrier monitor – if we have lots of volunteers you will only need to there for a short while)
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Say hello ... / Re: Hello from Surrey
« Last post by Tom on August 18, 2019, 09:31:38 pm »
Hello, welcome to the forum!

 Celbrt
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Say hello ... / Re: Hello from Surrey
« Last post by Gossamer on August 18, 2019, 08:44:42 pm »
Very nice.
Welcome aboard
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The Landrover Gallery / Re: The AWFFR
« Last post by Samc88 on August 18, 2019, 05:02:53 pm »
Looking good, those rims look much better
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The Landrover Gallery / Re: The AWFFR
« Last post by lozzaboy on August 18, 2019, 04:54:17 pm »
A while ago I thought the wheels were looking rather rough and in need of some TLC, so I set about repainting them whilst giving the AWFFR a good service and brake check at the same time.





Some degreasing and cleaning took place and then it was out with the NATO Green, from the local DIY place!  :o


And of course the nuts got them same treatment too.




Still got some work to do on the rear axle though, new shoes, cylinders, flexi and repairs to the strengthener.


The rest of the underside was all cleaned up at the same time.


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Say hello ... / Re: Hello from Surrey
« Last post by Lo-Fi on August 17, 2019, 09:42:30 am »
Ah, a fellow southerner :) Welcome aboard! That's a very tidy lightweight.
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Say hello ... / Hello from Surrey
« Last post by blueleggy on August 17, 2019, 07:28:14 am »
Hi. Had my Lightweight for about 6 years. It has a non turbo 300tdi fitted by Glencoyne. Noisy but very reliable.

I usually drive it at least once a week, using it for shopping, sometimes to get to work and take it to shows. Just got back from a trip to France and Belgium.
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The Video vault / Toylander 1 Build Series
« Last post by wyliecoyote on August 16, 2019, 09:05:00 pm »
Hello! here's a clip of the start of the build of a Toylander 1 for my wee son:

https://youtu.be/-6jJRmTkfQk
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Leafers at the Pit LATP / Re: Autojumble 2019
« Last post by Samc88 on August 15, 2019, 04:34:19 pm »
Viamphie makes EP90 manly candles, maybe you can combine forces with a land rover candle stall
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Leafers at the Pit LATP / Re: Autojumble 2019
« Last post by Lo-Fi on August 14, 2019, 06:09:23 pm »
Me too
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