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Summer of Olympic sport at Caravan Club Sites

Caravan Club offers host of sporting activities this summer to celebrate Olympic success

The Caravan Club is throwing a series of Olympics inspired sports at its sites

Taking a look at the all new Corinium RB from Auto-Sleepers

Auto-Sleepers have unveiled the all new Corinium RB and CaravanTimes went to take a look around

Bailey release video highlighting the second generation Autograph

Check out Bailey's video focusing on the all new Autograph range above now

Get up close and personal with the all new Autograph in Bailey's latest video

The all new second generation Bailey Autograph motorhome: prices and ranges explored

Six new layouts await in Bailey's latest second generation Autograph line-up

Take an in-depth look at all the layouts in Bailey's latest motorhome offering, the all new, second generation Autograph range

Bailey of Bristol unveils brand new second generation Autograph motorhome range for 2017

Bailey have unveiled six new second generation Autograph models

Bailey of Bristol have just unveiled their latest offering for 2017 - the new second generation Autograph motorhome range - and it looks like next season just got that much better

Travelworld Motorhomes unveils the all-new Hymer B-Klasse DynamicLine

Hymer's B-Klasse DynamicLine didn't fail to impress those in attendance

New Hymer B-Klasse DynamicLine launched at Travelworld's Shropshire headquarters

Family returns from 25,000 mile motorhome holiday

The Hurst family embarked upon an epic 25,000 mile journey across 12 countries

12 countries and 25,000 miles later, the Hurst family return to weigh up their favourite destinations

Caravanners advised against heading to Glastonbury 2016 due to adverse weather

Get your wellies at the ready - it's gonna be a muddy one

Festival goers travelling to Glastonbury urged to think twice over travelling to festival

RSPCA issues hot weather advice to pet owners as summer arrives

The RSPCA has issued advice on keeping your pets safe during the summer

With temperatures set to (hopefully) rise over the next month or so, the RSPCA has issued advice to pet owners to ensure their animals are comfortable and happy in the heat

Caravan park owner believes tourism will be unaffected following EU vote

Skelwith Fold's Henry Wild believes the result of the EU vote will not affect business

Touring visitors from overseas will continue to flock to the UK according to one caravan park owner

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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.

Paragon Car Finance launches caravan funding

Finance for caravans will be available at competitive rates over terms of up to ten years

After successfully entering the motorhome market last year, Paragon Car Finance has announced the launch of a caravan financing product. The product aims to replicate the formula which has led to success in the motorhome market, and bring greater choice to the caravan finance market.

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PLANS VETOED: Essex caravan park plans vetoed again

Possible site location at Port Flair

Plans for a 70 pitch caravan park in Essex have been rejected by the local council for a second time.

Caravan site gutted in huge fire causing £1m in damage

Burnt out caravans at the site. Pics from Devon & Somerset Fire Service

An enormous fire has ripped through 160 caravans causing £1 million in damage at a site in Somerset