Merry Christmas From CaravanTimes

Warm Tidings From The Team
Warm Tidings From The Team

Friday, 27, Dec 2019 01:57

By William Coleman

It has been quite the year for the caravan world and ultimately the country. The UK put the caravan on the map and now we close a decade of success. As we near the New Years we want to extend a very Merry Christmas.

I just want to extend a very Merry Christmas to all of you, our readers. Myself and the entire team cannon express just how much we really appreciate your support.

For the whole of the UK, it has been a bit of a roller coaster year. We have seen our political system affect the entire caravan and motorhome world. We have seen some companies thrive, some have made some cuts and sadly some have closed their doors.

Now as we near the end of this decade, one thing is certain, the caravan world is in a safe place and growing stronger each year.

So, before I get emotional let me close off by once again saying Merry Christmas to one and all.

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Merry Christmas From CaravanTimes

Warm Tidings From The Team

Merry Christmas To One And All