Nigel Donnelly

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The freedom of simply packing up and going at the last minute is great but sometimes a little forward planning can really pay off.

If you're struggling for ideas for your autumn break, Callow Top Holiday Park is making it easier. The Derbyshire site is cutting the price of all its pitches in half between 24th September and 4th November 2010.

The freedom of simply packing up and going at the last minute is great but sometimes a little forward planning can really pay off.

 

If you're struggling for ideas for your autumn break, Callow Top Holiday Park is making it easier. The Derbyshire site is cutting the price of all its pitches in half between 24th September and 4th November 2010.

 

The offer includes the October Half Term and Halloween weekend and prices start from just £8.25 per night. To book give Callow Top a ring on 01335 344020 or visit their website at www.callowtop.co.uk

 

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