Malvern Caravan Show gets the go ahead

Caravan show
Caravan show

Wednesday, 02, Sep 2020 11:34

By Emma Dodd

Good news for caravan lovers, as one of the UK's most highly anticipated annual shows has been given the go ahead in the wake of the coronavirus lockdown.

Malvern Caravan Show is set to take place from October 2nd to 4th and, despite similar events having been cancelled, it has been given the go ahead by organisers.

Caravanners, campervanners and motorhomers will descend on the Three Counties Showground in Malvern where dealers and accessory suppliers will show off their ranges.

There will be special offers that are only available at the show, as well as the chance to see new models coming to the market, plus the latest must-have gadgets to make staycations the best they can be.

Of course, visitors to the show can opt to stay in their caravan or motorhome in the beautiful surroundings of the Malvern Hills.

Others may be on the lookout to buy their own leisure vehicle, with in excess of 200 new and used models expected to be on display.

Day tickets to the show are priced at £5, but subscribers to various caravanning magazines are entitled to free entry or discounts.

Pitching up for the duration of the show costs £37 and visitors can enjoy the atmosphere of being surrounded by other caravan enthusiasts.

More than 4,000 people attended the show in 2019 and it will be interesting to see how the organisers manage the event in the wake of the pandemic.

Visitors will be advised on the social distancing rules in place and ways they can help to control the spread of coronavirus.

Have you been to the Malvern Caravan Show in previous years and will you be attending in 2020?

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