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Get the most from your new SiteSeeker campsite book

The Club has relaunched its biennial campsite guide SiteSeeker 2017-2018: The Big Sites Book for Members of The Camping and Caravanning Club. Extensive consultation with members and senior Voluntary Officers has been undertaken to introduce improvements to the book, which has seen a move away from the previous structure of using OS sheets to find a campsite within the book.
Here are our top tips on how to make the most of the book, which features more than 2,600 campsites around the UK and parts...
Simon McGrath | 16 January 2017 More

Jam packed with history, Norwich makes a great short city break

Norfolk’s county town, Norwich, is one of Eastern England’s quirkiest cities: it isn’t everywhere that would ask Ed Balls to teach Santa how to dance Gangnam Style but that says a lot about the city’s sense of humour.  Its mediaeval streets and historic buildings nestle within a bend of the meandering River Wensum.  Norwich is compact and walkable, making exploration on foot a pleasure.  Our Guest Blog | 13 January 2017 More

Nottingham; a city break full of surprises

With plenty of family friendly attractions as well as a long and fascinating history, Nottingham is an excellent choice for a short break. Camping within easy visiting distance of Nottingham couldn’t be simpler. Our Teversal Club Site is open all year and located just 19 miles north of the city. Buses depart immediately outside the site requiring a change in Sutton, alternatively,...
Guest Blog | 11 January 2017 More

Full of history and charm; visit Manchester for your next city break

Regenerated and reenergised, Manchester is a city proud of its heritage but firmly focused on the future. Our Crowden Club Site is located in the beautiful surroundings of the Peak District yet it is only 16 miles east of Manchester. In less than an hour, you could be enjoying some of these fantastic activities and attractions listed below. Once you reach Manchester, there’s no need to walk...
Guest Blog | 09 January 2017 More