Benjamin Davies

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A great new upgrade at one of our Nightstop locations – the Thelbridge Cross Inn, near Crediton in Devon – means that the site now offers electric hook-ups to those motorcaravanners wishing to stay overnight.

Site owner Bill Ball has installed two 240-volt hook-up points, each of which is 13 amp. Staying overnight at the Thelbridge Cross Inn costs £5 per unit; using the electric facility costs an additional £3.50.

A great new upgrade at one of our Nightstop locations – the Thelbridge Cross Inn, near Crediton in Devon – means that the site now offers electric hook-ups to those motorcaravanners wishing to stay overnight.

 

Site owner Bill Ball has installed two 240-volt hook-up points, each of which is 13 amp. Staying overnight at the Thelbridge Cross Inn costs £5 per unit; using the electric facility costs an additional £3.50.

 

You can find out more about the Thelbridge Cross Inn by visiting the pub's website. To request a full list of all of our 22 Nightstops, or find out more about our scheme, email us by clicking here.

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