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This year's Circuit Camping Weekend will be June 29th to July 1st. It will be based at the Bridge Villa Camping and Caravan Park, Wallingford. This is less than half a mile from the River Thames and is a short distance from Wallingford which has good bus links to Oxford, Henley and Windsor. Boats can be hired just half a mile from the site. For more information, check their website by clicking here.

All prices are per night for two people. It is £25 for a caravan or campervan, £21 for a tent, £5 for each extra adult, £3 per child and £1 per dog. Awnings are £2 per night. A deposit of £10 per unit needs to be paid by 31st January.

As usual, those wishing to extend their stay on either side of the weekend are very welcome to do so. To book you place, contact Chris Sara on 01296 484310 or email here — chrisara096@gmail.com.

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