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After liaising with (Grey Wanderer) Ian I have sent emails with documents during March to the following -
Land Rover Experience Skipton N Yorks - No reply to date
Raven Tree Top Adventure Skipton - Reply - The car park is council owned. (Craven)
Keelham Farm Shop - Reply - Would like to help but car park is small and deliveries made through the night.
Samuel Taylor's Embsay Mills - No reply to date
Embsay & Bolton Abbey Steam Railway - Reply - Are interested and I referred him to Management Team
Dalesway Cafe Skipton - This is a mobile parked in a layby on A59
Skipton Golf Club - No reply
High Corn Mill - No reply
Stump Cross Caverns - Already allow M/H overnight parking £5 per night.
Gargrave Village Hall - No reply
Settle Cricket Club - No reply Brockhole Visitor Centre - No reply
Helwith Bridge Fly Fishing - No reply The Rheged Centre Penrith - No reply
Country Harvest Shop Ingleton - No reply
Ingleton Parish Council - No reply
Winderwath Gardens Temple Sowerby - Reply Not interested
Melmerby Village Hall - No reply
The Pot Place Plumpton Penrith - No Reply
South Tyndale Railway Alston - No reply
Brougham Hall - No reply
Llama Karma Kafe Penrith - No reply
Hutton in the Forest Hall Penrith - No reply
Kennedys Chocolates Penrith - No reply Although the response has been disappointing need to take into account that the majority of these places were closed. As lockdown is eased possibly more will get in touch ? I will resend the emails. Ever hopeful ! I did identify many more places which had no e mail address.

I looked at churches along the West Coast Cumbria Tour route on Google maps to identify whether any had reasonable sized car parks but again only identified a couple - Waberthwaite, St Bees Priory Church and Kendal Parish Church - the car park is run by a private company on behalf of the council. I have had no reply from the the first two.

Ian had sent emails to many venues on the West Coast Cumbria Tour and I re emailed several of them but no replies received to date.

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Well done Izzy, we need local members to do visits and leaflet drops once they are open.
A good point for Churches is the improved security when they allow overnight parking, it deters vandals and criminals.
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I’ve just signed up for a number of Farmers Facebook pages with the intention of suggesting that anyone interested in setting up as Aire as part of a farm diversification scheme contact Campra. Can anyone suggest a short punchy bit of text to get readers interested?
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Post by Steve »

Year round income stream available by simply allowing motorcaravans to park overnight.
These are not campsites and can be a simple parking spot available to some of our 386,000 UK motorcaravans who tour all year.
You can have an exemption certificate for a 5 van site at no cost to you in as little as 6 weeks.
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