Bryony Symes
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Here is the fifth, and penultimate lot of pics from our competition. Has your shot made the cut?

Here is the fifth, and penultimate lot of pics from our competition. Has your shot made the cut?



Jim Downie, Dunbartonshire 1851 Michelle Raeburn

“What could be better than a holiday at the seaside with your grandson and a paper aeroplane?






Don Browning, Hampshire1851 Michelle Raeburn

“Summer evenings from a THS at Burton Bradstock in Dorset. Best because of the freedom from a hectic work life for a week.



Denis Parish, County Durham 1851 Michelle Raeburn

“We went to North Yorkshire and spent a lovely 5 days marooned in our caravan warm and snug until someone got some blocks for us to step on .Always take your wellies.


Emma Martin, Lincolnshire 1851 Michelle Raeburn

“Cornwall, 2011. Weather was fantastic, pictures shows my 2 1/2 year old daughter relaxing with the dogs, oscar and nero in nanny and grandads motorhome while we cooked a meal after a good day on the beach.3 caravans of family all together!Cosawes caravan site was clean and as usual lots of happy friendly campers. I cant imagine life without our caravan.



Angie Badcock, Cambridgeshire 1851 Michelle Raeburn

“Special first holiday with extra special first grandson to Hunstanton in 2012. Weather could not have been better. Wall to wall sunshine in an otherwise mediocre year. Looking forward to taking second extra special grandson now!


Lesley Crow, Lancashire 1851 Michelle Raeburn

“So many golds at the Olympics and this is our pot of gold taken at the Caravan Club Broadlands site, Norfolk Broads. Wall to wall sunshine for 2 weeks. We also celebrated 35 years of marriage so here's hoping we make 50 to our gold.


Jacqueline Lawrence, Pembrokeshire1851 Michelle Raeburn

Newly retired and free to roam we set off to explore France. No planned route. We just decided to go where the fancy took us. Real freedom. The sort that most people just dream of and is impossible in hotels.


Brian Marsden, Yorkshire 1851 Michelle Raeburn

“The best Holiday was at the age of 11, caravan holidays got me in to a life of travel and now I caravan all over the globe. Even now at 39 I love to sit and go through the Practical Caravan magazine sat inside the caravan in the rain


Ross Hamilton, Bristol 1851 Michelle Raeburn

“This summer we escaped to a quiet, remote site in the Welsh hills and discovered a slice of paradise. The children delighted in fishing, rope swings and the liberty to roam freely. My wife and I enjoyed stunning views and total peace – disturbed occasionally by the odd bleating sheep!


Michelle Raeburn, Milton Keynes1851 Michelle Raeburn

It was a vintage caravan with loads of character and the family loved it so much we plan to use the site for our festival wedding in May next year!


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