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  • Christmas gifts for campers

    What do you buy the outdoor enthusiast in your life? Here SUE TAYLOR suggests some great camping Christmas gift ideas…

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    As the temperature starts to fall SUE TAYLOR looks at some great kit to help keep the cold at bay…

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Eat local

  • Latest recipe

    Moroccan lambMoroccan lamb

    Meat

    Five minutes to prepare in the morning. Leave in the slow cooker for around five hours while you head out for the day. Delicious Moroccan lamb on your return.

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Member Stories

Meeting our member panellists

Meeting our member panellists

STUART KIDMAN meets and gets to know three new magazine member panellists at the Motorhome and Caravan show

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On the cover

Editor
Rob Ganley

The future of touring


Photo by Alistair Cusick