Visiting relatives

My grandchildren live over 100 miles away -I want to travel to their house and stay in my own motorhome in their garden. We must have more freedom to go to the countryside , beaches caravan sites (no communal toilets, showers etc or on site shops should be open) motorhome owners and caravaners can be self sufficient and do have some common sense!!
Safe distancing from others can easily be maintained in Scottish countryside travel limited to day trips unless you have your own accomadation

Why the contribution is important

Enabling families to meet up and reconnect

by Russelljo on May 06, 2020 at 03:46PM

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Average rating: 4.6
Based on: 13 votes


  • Posted by js_motorcycles May 06, 2020 at 19:23

    i totally agree, my partners grandmother, who is 74 years old, lives 133 miles away, her husband passed away last year and she is alone, distance wise we are the closest too her, she does not know how to work skype or facebook and has no interest in learning anything about technology, we have been so worried about her, and when we dont hear anything for a couple of days and she doesnt answer the phone, we start paniking. to be able to drive up for a visit, check she is okay, has supplies, and then drive home again. it would make a big difference. i dont need to go in the house, my partner would be staying at home as she is already an at risk person, and i already do the same for my grandparents, who live 15 miles away.
  • Posted by WSR May 06, 2020 at 19:53

    Families are important and support each other.
  • Posted by nialson May 06, 2020 at 20:56

    My family is only two miles away but we can only view from a distance or Skype.
    I think if both families have shown no symptoms then they should be allowed to mix
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