Please be patient with us this week,this is by far our busiest time . Ive attached some extra useful information for you on this page......please read our rules carefully . .....
BUSHES FARM CARAVAN PARKS RULES
Your pitch is yours between 12pm~11am, there will be a small charge for staying after this time,
The main gate to the farm will automatically lock between 11pm ~ 6am, there is a walk way and car park if you get caught out,please only call the number on the gate in absolute emergency,
Each electric hook up card is provided with more then enough electric per night for each unit. If on the very rare occasion more electric is needed we can provide a top up card for£4,
Please remeber this is a working farm,ALL CHILDREN should be kept within site at all times and all dogs should remain on leads ,
Please pick up any dog mess behind you,bins are provided just inside the caravan park entrance,
No refunds are provided,
Please try not to drive on the grass particularly in the wetter months,
Please repect our fields by not walking in or on any of our crops,not only does that damage the crop,it could also be dangerous to your health if you pick up any ticks or the field has just been sprayed,
Please no BBQs or pit fires unless you have permission from the site owners,
Please try not to use too much water as we only have a small bore hole providing water to 11 houses, a stable yard and us. Over use will result in no water for any of us,
Touching the same subject as above, please make sure any push down taps turn off before leaving them,some times they do stick,
Any caravans,motorhomes,tents,vehicles left here ,are left here at their own risk
Bushes Farm Caravan Park has the right to refuse entry,
Any probems please come see us, we are always happy to help if we can.
Oakwood ~01258 455555,
Riverside ~ 01258 453553,
Sunrise ~ 01258 268528,
Blandford Taxis ~01258 410021,
DIRECTIONS TO THE STEAM FAIR
BY CAR...... On reaching the road, turn left, at the main road, turn right towards Blandford,
at the round about, turn left and the same at the next round about.
Follow this road for about a mile and half until you reach the Steam Fair on you right.
BY FOOT 2.6 miles..... On reaching the road, turn left and got straight over the staggered cross roads,
after the long straight patch,carry on in the same direction on entering a field on the first sharp corner,
at the bottom,go through the gate and take the path through the church yard on your left.
Exit the church yard and follow the road left,
Take the first lane on your right,up a tiny road, keep going straight on at the junction ,up the track and along the grass lane,
at the top where the path ends,turn right and you will reach the Steam Fair opposite you .
BY BIKE .......On reaching the road,turn left up the hill and go straight over the staggered crossroads,
keep going down the hill where you will meet a sharp bend and houses.
Take the second road/lane on your left (the first is a small cul de sac) , keep going straight up the hill,to the very top until you meet a grass mound (this is up a road,up a track and along a grass track),here turn right and you will see the Steam Fair infront of you.
On your jorney back I would personally take the walking route,pushing your bike up through the church yard and field to knock off the steep road hill and bends