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Camping and caravanning are both good for my kids – FACT!

So how many of you made New Year resolutions? Are you still sicking to them – or planning to stick to them?

For me, I’ve resolved to hop on a cross-Channel ferry with my wife and kids, with a caravan in tow, to visit a French campsite or two. I can’t wait to see how our two get on making friends with Continental kids.
Rob Ganley | 02 January 2018 More

First time caravanning in Europe. Part 2

Towing overseas was a brand new experience for the Graystons. But any concerns about caravanning overseas was unfounded as Gav Grayston explains.
 
If you've never taken your caravan to Europe, but are thinking of doing so, I suspect you'll have the same concerns we did.

This summer we decided to take on an epic trip – with our Compass Casita 586 in tow – from our home in the historic town of Shrewsbury in Shropshire all the way down to the...

Guest Blog | 22 November 2017 More

The Graystons take a road trip to Venice

With their first season of caravanning around the UK under their belts Gav Grayston and his family head across the Channel and embark on a 2,400 mile trip to Venice and back... with their caravan in tow, of course.

We don't always go to the Med for our summer holidays, but when we do I look out of the plane window to Europe 30,000 feet below and wonder what it would be like to...
Guest Blog | 10 November 2017 More

“Did you know?” at the show

I’ve been coming to the Motorhome and Caravan Show (or its predecessor) for far more years than I care to remember, but I’m pleased to say I learn something new every time. As a brief respite from the caravans, motorhomes, awnings, et al in the 11 halls (and nearly 400 exhibitors) I’ve taken a moment to jot down a few things I’ve discovered this year.
Candy Evans | 20 October 2017 More