North Cornwall Baby Friendly

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North Cornwall Baby Friendly

Post by mark.sleep »

Hey all,

The van should be fixed by the time I get back at the end of the month and we are taking it out for a tester.

We will be visiting my parents in Launceston, Cornwall and was planning on hitting the coast for a couple of days.

A couple of issues, we are using renewable nappies for the little lad, so need a site with machines and also a microwave would be great to sterilise although this isn't a huge problem as we could just boil or use milton tablets.

Also we would normally walk the coast path for a bit, but that's a little tricky with a two month old baby, so a site near a walk suitable for a offroad stlye buggy, i.e. no stiles or kissing gates.

cheers guys, hopefully see you at some club events soon

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Re: North Cornwall Baby Friendly

Post by BOXY »

I think you'll be limited to a handful of camp-sites because most are closed over the winter. I think Blue Hills nr St Agnes and Henry's on the Lizard are both open all year, hopefully someone else will chip in with a few more options. It would be worth checking the SWCP website before planning any walks. The weather has meant that quite a few sections are closed or diverted at the moment." onclick=";return false;
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