Manufacturers enjoy special night at Motorhome Design Awards

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A panel of judges were given the hard task of choosing the best new models on display at this year's CCM Show

Manufacturers enjoy special night at Motorhome Design Awards

A panel of judges were given the hard task of choosing the best new models on display at this year's CCM Show
A panel of judges were given the hard task of choosing the best new models on display at this year's CCM Show

Friday, 10, Mar 2017 06:49

by Tom Leaning

After a successful week of showcasing their latest vehicle models, motorhome manufactures donned their best attire to attend the annual Motorhome Design Awards, presented by The Caravan and Motorhome Club. Matt Allwright kindly hosted the glamorous event before we interviewed all the night's winners.

A panel of judges spent all week viewing over 80 leisure vehicles, from micro campervans to huge A-Class models.

Please let us know what models stood out for you at this year's Caravan, Camping and Motorhome Show at Birmingham's NEC.

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