2019 Touring Aspirations With Nick Lomas

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Nick Lomas tell us his touring plans for 2019

2019 Touring Aspirations With Nick Lomas

Nick Lomas tell us his touring plans for 2019
Nick Lomas tell us his touring plans for 2019

Friday, 18, Jan 2019 05:07

By William Coleman

Working in the touring industry is not just a job, it is actually a life choice. From site wardens to Director Generals they all actually go on caravan holidays themselves. We caught up with Nick Lomas this week at the Caravan and Motorhome Show in Manchester to find out what his touring plans for 2019 are.

From East Anglia to Scandinavia! Nick has the family really are making 2019 touring exceptional. That is exactly what touring is all about, pick a location, pack the van and off you go.

Where are you guys going this year? Make 2019 the year you travel further afield and use the Club to help you get there!

If you are visiting the show in Manchester this weekend be sure to swing by the Caravan and Motorhome Club stand and find out more the top UK destinations and where to go abroad.

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