Would much rather meet up again, but my ever increasing backside and the prospect of unsuspecting holiday makers having to run for their lives in a few months means I really should go to the gym......UUGGHHHH!
Good call rickman, I'll email you in a minute (just got back from school )
I forgot to mention before, but I was at Godstone Farm a couple of weeks ago with my mum, and it was very muddy. After yesterdays downpour I would suggest that wellies are a must. I'm going to take spare trousers too, as DS1 thought it was very funny to encourage DD to wade through puddles last time.......
Lou - if it is any help it is completely OK for pushchairs etc - in a couple of places you have to manage a slight diversion. If you go up to "Top Field" it is uphill though. Must say there is plenty to do around the area you're meeting. I'm fairly sure that I've seen wheelchair users there - but there are so many other sets of wheels I wouldn't haven't noticed it as anything unusual IYSWIM.
You can get pushchairs around most of it, any steps there are (very few) can be avoided. The paths are muddy/gravelly though, and there are steepish bits. I don't know how much harder it would be with a wheelchair being that it is heavier, but I've seen them being used there.
sorry guys couldnt make it, my dd decided she had a funny tummy and that "she was going to burp!" her words when she feels sick so couldnt face risking it in case sh ehtrew up in car on way down..!!!1damn i almost got to a meet up.. i swear i`m jinxed ..any way how did it go ..the weather was gorgeous so you were very lucky and i bet all your kids will be asleep soundly by now
Well, they are in bed but it doesn't sound very quiet! I have half a ton of sand in the bottom of the bath, which I've just flushed out of various cervices. We had a great time and it was really nice to meet everyone
I think rickman is going to post some piccies at some stage......