Nigel Donnelly

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WANT TO SEE mid-season launches and the latest accessories? Well, there's only one place to be from 19-24 February – The Spring Caravan and Camping Show!

Both established brands and new, innovative products will be on display. And of course, you’ll be able to meet the Practical Caravan team too, on stand 1290, so be sure to pop by and say hello. As ever, we will be offering tips and special offers on subscriptions

WANT TO SEE mid-season launches and the latest accessories? Well, there's only one place to be from 19-24 February – The Spring Caravan and Camping Show!

 

Both established brands and new, innovative products will be on display. And of course, you’ll be able to meet the Practical Caravan team too, on stand 1290, so be sure to pop by and say hello. As ever, we will be offering tips and special offers on subscriptions

 

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Swift (stand 1300) will showcase three new twin-axle layouts in the Challenger SE and Eccles SE range. There’s the six 590/ Trekker, with twin parallel lounges front and rear, including bunks above the rear lounge. The four berth 620/Voyager has twin fixed single beds and a rear washroom, while the 645/Wayfarer features a transverse island bed. Sister brand Sprite will also debut a whopping six-berth model, the 6 TD.

 

Eterniti (stand 3120) is showcasing the new Chronicle EB2. The rear washroom is surprisingly large and Eterniti offers electric slide-out technology that maximizes the space even further.

 

Lunar has little in the way of new caravans to promote, other than those which it unveiled in October but it does have some big news. The Preston-based manufacturer is getting back into motorhome manufacture with the launch of it's new Vacanza. Head to stand 1200 to see what they've been working on, and you can see what our sister magazine Practical Motorhome knows about it by clicking here.

 

Inevitably, the chaps at Bailey have something new to shout about in the form of their new Pegasus GT65 range. This replaces the Pegasus II range with immediate effect and includes an new six-berth twin axle - the Turin which debuts in Birmingham.

 

Red Lion Caravans will be exhibiting the compact Going Cockpit. Our Andrew Jenkinson tested this for us a couple of months ago and was impressed by not only the space but also the fact that just about anyone could tow it. See his video by clicking the above window

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Find out more and book tickets at: http://www.springcaravanandcampingshow.co.uk/

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