It’s my first show of the new decade and Manchester’s EventCity is a great place to start the camping and caravanning year. The show is compact (compared with the ones at Birmingham’s NEC, anyway) so you can easily see everything in a single day. Yet there’s still plenty of choice in terms of caravan and motorhomes, with all the major manufacturers displaying a selection of models. You also get the chance to visit Destinations, the Holiday and Travel Show at the same time to get...
There is half-a-hall’s worth of campervans at this year’s Caravan, Camping and Motorhome Show at Birmingham, and that’s only counting the smaller, VW T6-style campers. Add in the slightly-larger panel-van-conversion styles and they probably number in the hundreds.
If you’re thinking of heading to Caravan and Motorhome in EventCity Manchester this weekend there’s plenty to see, mainly in the form of caravans and motorhomes. But here are three of the more unusual things you might like to check out:
It was a chilly November day but we’d promised my parents a trip to the Black Country Living Museum so a combined trip and test of a comfy, warm VW California campervan seemed in order.