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Top 5 Touring Essentials From PRIMA Leisure

We pick our 5 top PRIMA products

Call me mad but I love going over all my kit to see what I need or what needs replacing, its a bit like rearranging your sock draw. With so many different companies, brands and products out there you really are spoilt for choice. A brand I know and trust is PRIMA Leisure who specialise in everything from toilet chemical all the way up to a BBQ and everything in between. Oh and if you are a Bailey caravan owner you can get spares and parts for your van.

Bristanbul Site Reviews - Camping Château de l'Epervière - Burgundy

The lakeside view from our vans at Camping Château de l'Epervière

Our #Bristanbul adventure continues, and we endeavour to keep you up to date all along the way. So here's our second site review (our first really as last night was a bunk on a ferry!

Bailey Unicorn Segovia Wins Caravan Of The Year Award 2018

The award winning

The touring community award season may have ended in back in November but that has not stopped the Caravan Magazine from crowing a new champion in their Caravan Of The Year Award 2018 category.

Why Are The Masses Buying Caravans

New caravan purchases have sky rocketed

The industry is jumping up a gear and getting a lot of mainstream media attention. I have been covering the boom for the past few months. Now all the big channels are covering the boom. Last week there were features on both ITV North and The One Show highlighting the amazing things that can be done when touring round the UK in your leisure vehicle.

Bailey Unicorn Scores Hat-trick Award

Bailey Unicorn sweep award show with three wins

Bailey is at it again! Their beautifully designed Unicorn range has swoop three awards at the 2018 Practical Caravan Magazine's Tourer of the Year Awards.

Bailey unveil their brand new 2018 Unicorn range

We ask Lee Davey what new features the Unicorn Series 4 range has

The launch of the 2018 Bailey Unicorn range is all the rage this week, and we caught up with CaravanTimes favourite, Lee Davey, to get his thoughts on the new models.

Bailey moves to strengthen position in Australian market with new locally built product ranges

In 2015, Bailey completed a 6,000 km endurance challenge from the west to the east coast of Australia

Seven years after introducing the Bailey caravan brand into Australia, the Bristol-based company is reaffirming its commitment to this key export market with further investment in new distribution outlets and new locally manufactured products.

Bailey appoints Jon Aisbitt as Non-Executive Chairman

Mr Aisbitt has over 30 years experience in international corporate finance

Bailey of Bristol has unveiled Jon Aisbitt as its new Non-Executive Chairman on its Board of Directors. This move follows the announcement that Stephen Howard is stepping down as Chairman after 40 years with the company to begin his retirement.

Bailey completes first phase of site redevelopment

The total cost of this phase of the programme was £2.5 million

Bailey of Bristol has completed the initial phase of the redevelopment programme of its 14.5 acre South Liberty Lane premises with a complete upgrade of its on-site component handling facility.

Bailey relocates its Large Panel Laminating Plant to Somerset

The new plant is housed in a modern 3,250+ sqm manufacturing building

Bailey of Bristol has relocated its Large Panel Laminating Plant to a new site in Clevedon, North Somerset, as part of a larger scheme to enable the future re-development of the company's South Liberty Lane production facility. This is the second business unit to be moved from the main site following the relocation of the Bailey Parts Direct operation to North Bristol twelve months ago.

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Grand Theft Auto With A Caravan Attached

Police give chase to a tow car and caravan

We all know that caravans are a target for would be thieves and vandals. What you may not expect is for someone to try and pinch a towcar, swap the plates over and then have a police chase with a caravan attached. Some people really do not care for the rules of the road.

Coachman Sales Increase

Despite a tough market Coachman are thriving

Hull based caravan manufacturers have seen a huge rise in sales following what has been a tough time period for the industry as a whole. They have also seen more success as KABE have purchased a percentage of the business.

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Benimar Tessoro Part 1: The 483 Full Test

The Tessoro 483 is built on a 170BHP Ford

At CaravanTimes we recently had a Benimar Tessoro 483 on test for a couple of weeks. We have done just over 2000 miles in the Tessoro and tested in various ways - as you will find out in our inspiration features coming up. But before we give you some ideas of where and why you should use a motorhome like the Tessoro we wanted to bring some information on the Tessoro range and the very interesting 483.

Bristanbul Video Documentary Part 1

Part one of the documentary is here

So as most of our readers will know, the CaravanTimes team were lucky enough to be part of Bailey of Bristols, Bristol to the Bosphoros trip. Travelling 21 countries in 21 days the team did a fantastic job to take the 2 caravans and motorhome cross-continental.