Horse-drawn caravans have no driving lights so they must be parked off the road during the hours of darkness.
Designated farmers, guest-houses, pubs and hotels make overnight facilities available to horse- drawn caravan visitors for a fee. At a minimum, they provide parking for the caravan, grass for the horse, rubbish disposal and sanitary facilities. However they often provide much more, including packed-lunches, cooked meals, farm produce, child-minding services, hot showers, and sometimes transport to local visitor attractions.
Information is normally available about local events such as folk-music sessions, festivals, pub entertainment, and religious services.
Many localities boast golf clubs, angling waters, riding stables and other sports arenas as well as indoor entertainment facilities.
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