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Follow this road until it bears round to the right and there is a track that leads down away from the lane.Caerphilly Mountain Go up Thorn Hill road following signs for Caerphilly.Cotham – the sand dunes Access to the area is via the A1085 trunk road, left at the lights at Loke Park, to the roundabout, left here through Warrenby, right at the next roundabout, follow the road ’til you find several cars parked at the road side, park there and the walk into the dunes.

Old wharf passage come off the motorway by Aust and head towards Avonmouth.

Get in right hand lane on dual carriage way and turn right towards vineyard carry on down road over hill and you come to a long unlit straight. From the M5: J17 take the A4018 then follow brown elephant signs.

The park has two lakes, rowing boat facilities, tennis, fishing and a host of activities particularly during the summer months. As you go in the main entrance off the Edgbaston Road, keep going through the car park to the right.

All the way to the end, is a secluded area, lots of trees/bushes.

Go past the entrance and immediately after passing under the A21 fly-over bridge, turn right into a small, discreet car-park.

RAF Chicksands, off the A600 Bedford to Shefford road.Approaching from Bedford, take the right turn to what was RAF Chicksands. Turn in and follow the road down, and just before you get to the circle car park there’s a turning to the left which will take you into a car park hidden from the centre.About two hundred and fifty yards on the left is a car-park which has a number of pull-ins. Brogborough Very close to J13 of the M1 on the A421 travelling in the direction of Bedford from the Motorway.From Bristol City Centre: follow the brown elephant signs and/or signs to Clifton.Park your car at the North car park on Clifton Down and walk to the common opposite it for a good dogging spot in England.Further on (a long way) past the Golf Club and radio mast on left, there is a small car-park on the right, going down the hill into Bow Brickhill.