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Marquis and Elddis agree more Majestic years ahead

Members of Erwin Hymer Group and Marquis signing Majestic agreement

Marquis have announced that for the 2018 season they will be once again working with Elddis to produce the multi award winning Majestic range of motorhomes.

Inside the New Laika 419 EcoVip

Inside the 419 EcoVip

Laika presents the new Ecovip 419, a motorhome that brings together outstanding practicality, liveability and storage capacity

Erwin Hymer takes over Explorer

The Explorer Group Ltd will now be known as Erwin Hymer Group UK Ltd.

The Erwin Hymer Group, Europe's largest manufacturer of motorhomes and caravans, have agreed to acquire 100 per cent of the shares of The Explorer Group Ltd., a leading UK manufacturer of caravans and motorhomes, including all of its subsidiaries.

Family win "life changing" prizes in Camping and Caravanning Club competition

The Club partnered with Hyundai and the Swift Group to offer the huge prize as part of its driving license campaign

A family from Hertfordshire have been announced as the lucky winners of a Hyundai Tucson 1.7CRDi tow car and Sprite Freedom 6 caravan worth more than £35,000 in a Camping and Caravanning Club competition.

Travelworld celebrates 40th anniversary

Travelworld has become one of the largest motorhome dealerships in Europe

The Shropshire-based motorhome company Travelworld is celebrating its 40th anniversary this week with three generations of its founding family still driving the business forward.

Why do not more people motorhome in Winter?

The CaravanTimes production team traveled this month from London to East Yorkshire

I recently took our CaravanTimes production team on location to East Yorkshire, to investigate what motorhoming in deepest, darkest winter was really like.

Trigano snaps up Auto-Sleepers and Marquis

This deal now makes Trigano the majority shareholder of ASI.

French-based motorhome manufacturing giant, Trigano, has continued its latest expansion into the UK motorhome market with the purchases of Auto-Sleepers and Marquis Leisure.

Trigano to purchase Slovenian caravan manufacturer

Trigano has entered into exclusive negotiations to purchase Adria

Trigano, the French-based motorhome giant, has commenced negotiations to acquire the Slovenian camper van and caravan manufacturer Adria Group, as part of its continuing strategy for external growth in the leisure vehicle and trailers market.

Loch Lomond clamps down on motorhome wild camping

Wild campers risk £500 fines if they are found without a valid permit around some areas of Loch Lomond

From March 2017 new rules will require those planning to wild camp in their campervans or motorhomes in certain areas of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park to obtain a permit in advance.

Nissan continue to advance driverless technology with Intelligent Vehicle Towing

Nissan automated towing system

Japanese car manufacturer, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., has moved one step closer to driverless technology.

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Swift Group doubles up at annual Made in Yorkshire Awards

The recognition means that Swift Group now goes on to compete against other regions across Britain

Swift Group has been recognised at the prestigious Made in Yorkshire awards winning the 'Manufacturer of the Year (over £25m)' and the 'Manufacturing Apprenticeship/Training Scheme' awards.

Have you taken delivery of a new caravan or motorhome in the last 6 months?

Bailey have commissioned Mindset to conduct some research amongst new owners of caravans and motorhomes to hear about their experiences.

Mindset Research is looking for participants to take part in their online panel.

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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