New release of the UK’s most comprehensive Sites Guide

Your Big Sites Book <br> (Click to download)

Your Big Sites Book
(Click to download)

The Camping and Caravanning Club has released the latest version of Your Big Sites Book, the UK’s most comprehensive guide to camping and caravanning sites.

The 2007-2008 edition of Your Big Sites Book includes over 3,500 camp sites. Of these, over 1,260 are Certificated Sites – small sites authorised by the Club to accept up to five Club members’ caravans or motorhomes plus tents (space permitting) in some of the loveliest parts of the country. The Club’s Certificated Sites network was cited in a recent membership satisfaction survey as being a significant factor in new members choosing to join the Club.

Your Big Sites Book 2007-2008 is exclusively available to members of the Club and is just one of the benefits of belonging to the world’s largest club for all forms of camping. Of more than 400,000 Club members, over 90% claim to use Your Big Sites Book when they are choosing their camping, caravanning and motorhome holidays.

Besides site listings, Your Big Sites Book features over a dozen pages of useful information including a handy Philip’s Road Atlas, a section outlining best camping practice, and information and entry forms for the Club’s Best CS competition, sponsored by Riversway Leisure – this provides Club members with the opportunity to vote for their favourite Certificated Site.

Find out more about the Club's range of publications.

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For further media information on The Camping and Caravanning Club please contact:

Ruth Walmsley, 024 7647 5204

Dawn Henton, 024 7647 5214

Note to Editors:

1. The Camping and Caravanning Club is 106 years old and is the largest and oldest Club in the world for all forms of camping. It has over 100 award-winning sites throughout the UK and, through a partnership with the Forestry Commission, Forest Holidays now runs a further 21 Camping and Caravanning and three Cabin Sites.

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