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Craving a caravan trip 3 weeks 2 days ago #473299

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otherclive wrote:
Well we are packing today for a few days in Pembrokeshire.

Do they have shops in Wales? Eat local.... ......... :whistle:

In my experience you are rarely more than 30 minutes from a Tesco in Wales. Not sure it counts as eat local though. :P
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Craving a caravan trip 3 weeks 2 days ago #473300

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Mel wrote:
otherclive wrote:
Well we are packing today for a few days in Pembrokeshire.

Do they have shops in Wales? Eat local.... ......... :whistle:

In my experience you are rarely more than 30 minutes from a Tesco in Wales. Not sure it counts as eat local though. :P
Mel

Keeps local people employed I guess. Think the grapes are a DIY kit for home made red wine!
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