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NCC to move 2013 London caravan show due to venue problems

The Excel Centre was the venue of choice for the 2012 London caravan show
The Excel Centre was the venue of choice for the 2012 London caravan show
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The 2013 Motorhome, Caravan and Camping Show will no longer be taking place at the London Excel Centre, it has been announced today.

The decision was made by organisers NCC Events, with logistical issues being cited as the main reason.

With the Excel Centre lying in London's Docklands, it benefited from great public transport links, but it's location inside the London Low Emission Zone caused problems for visitors and exhibitors alike.

NCC Events has said that it will look into a range of alternative venues for a 2013 spring show in the South East.

More details to follow...