Niall Hampton
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THE MOVERS AND SHAKERS of the sites industry came together yesterday for the Practical Caravan Top 100 Sites Awards.

The awards ceremony was held in a new venue this year – the Hilton Metropole at the NEC – and was particularly well attended. Site owners and managers from across the UK came to see who won top spot in each of the 12 regional categories. Awards were also made for five special categories, and a new overall winner was unveiled.

THE MOVERS AND SHAKERS of the sites industry came together yesterday for the Practical Caravan Top 100 Sites Awards. 

 

The awards ceremony was held in a new venue this year – the Hilton Metropole at the NEC – and was particularly well attended. Site owners and managers from across the UK came to see who won top spot in each of the 12 regional categories. Awards were also made for five special categories, and a new overall winner was unveiled.

 

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Here are the results of the Practical Caravan Top 100 Sites awards:

 

Regional winners

Scotland

Muasdale Holiday Park
Northern Ireland
Rushin House Caravan Park
North-West England
Kneps Farm Holiday Park
North-East England
Ord House Country Park
Wales
The Plassey Leisure Park
Heart of England
Elm Cottage Touring Park
Eastern England
Fields End Water
South-East England
Whitefield Forest Touring Park
Dorset
South Lytchett Manor Caravan and Camping Park
Somerset, Avon and Wiltshire
Bath Chew Valley Caravan Park
Devon
Ross Park
Cornwall
Dolbeare Park


 

Special category winners

Best small site
Muasdale Holiday Park
Best pet-friendly site
Ross Park
Best family site
The Plassey Leisure Park
Best year-round site
Bath Chew Valley Caravan Park
Best adults-only site
Bath Chew Valley Caravan Park

 

Overall winner

Kneps Farm Holiday Park

 

The 68-page Top 100 Sites Guide supplement lists all the 100 finalists and includes all the information you'll need to book a holiday on one of these fabulous sites. The supplement will be bagged with the April issue of Practical Caravan, on the news-stand on 2 March. Make sure you don't miss your copy and keep it handy when booking your next trip!

 

 

Congratulations to all the winners and finalists!

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