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Center parcs, what to take

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givemeaclue Sun 19-Jan-14 20:08:31

Eating out one night, taking ready meals for the other two. Got dishwasher tabs and tea towels on list, what else?

Moleyjay Sun 19-Jan-14 20:12:18

Bird seed and nuts! ( if you're taking little ones!) my DS loved leaving right by the patio door for the squirrels and ducks. We had a swan tapping on the patio door!

UnexpectedItemInShaggingArea Sun 19-Jan-14 20:21:08

Sharp kitchen knife.
Wooden spoon.
Kitchen roll.

ellaballoo Sun 19-Jan-14 20:25:33

Duraflame logs from Home Bargains.

cece Sun 19-Jan-14 20:29:00

disposable bbq?

AnyFucker Sun 19-Jan-14 20:29:55

Condoms and anal lube, I heard.

BronzeHorseman Sun 19-Jan-14 20:40:40

A kindle, your swimming stuff and some nice wine smile
We're going to Woburn when it opens, it says they don't have the Parc Market but more of a convenience store so I am wondering what it's going to be like getting stuff for meals - we go to the shop daily and everybody picks and chooses what they want that night as we don't eat out.

HomeIsWhereTheHeartIs Sun 19-Jan-14 20:40:57

We usually take a clothes airer to dry swimming stuff/towels on. Folds flat so doesn't take up much room in the car. I love CP! Have a nice time.

BabyClam Sun 19-Jan-14 21:21:16

Board games
Ground coffee
Kitchen roll
Big mugs
Proper cereal bowls

We were at Winterfell last week and some people had LED lights outside their chalet to help them find it in the dark.

givemeaclue Mon 20-Jan-14 10:56:00

Thanks all, have added board games, bird seed, torch, croissants, kitchen roll to list. Will get logs there as nowhere near us sell them. Won't bother with wooden spoon etc as won't be cooking and we aren't fussy about mugs bowls etc

Corkscrew is added to list

Appreciate your replies

Ja9 Mon 20-Jan-14 10:57:50

Beach towel for pool.

givemeaclue Mon 20-Jan-14 11:04:44

Yes taking loads of towels

notso Mon 20-Jan-14 11:04:45

£££ grin

Creamycoolerwithcream Mon 20-Jan-14 18:05:31

Torch and lots of money.

Mildpanic Mon 20-Jan-14 18:10:41

Are you near an Aldi?, they have the firelogs at the moment much cheaper.
Don't forget a rucksack or two easy to carry bags for your swimming stuff.
Have a good time.

charleybarley Mon 20-Jan-14 18:13:38

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AntoinetteCosway Mon 20-Jan-14 18:15:45

ParcMarket is ludicrously expensive, just to warn you.

zgaze Mon 20-Jan-14 18:18:23

Firelogs from the supermarket, they're a third of the price. Good wine. Sounds silly but we always take a little side lamp, we find the living room lights too bright for relaxing evenings. And also night lights for the kids and a multi plug extension because there's never a socket free near the beds.

TheDrugsWorkABitTooWellThanks Mon 20-Jan-14 18:29:22

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TheDrugsWorkABitTooWellThanks Mon 20-Jan-14 18:29:35

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TheDrugsWorkABitTooWellThanks Mon 20-Jan-14 18:30:46

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Onefewernow Mon 20-Jan-14 18:34:48

AF I heard those items might be useful. That or a kosh, anyway.

ToucanBlack Mon 20-Jan-14 18:35:54

DVDs or Netflix! Especially if you have very young DC and will be stuck in in the evenings. (You can only have so much bum sex wink)

AnyFucker Mon 20-Jan-14 19:58:05

thank goodness for you, onefewernow and TB

I was beginning to think my contribution was about as welcome as explosive diarrhoea in a (Centerparcs) swimming pool grin

VivaLeBeaver Mon 20-Jan-14 20:01:01

Bike locks.

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