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Lawns caravan show 2 weeks 6 hours ago #473944

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Went to the Lawns today. Peasant trip out. Overwhelmingly statics.
Swift, Coachman and Elddis were there, with Elddis having the best display.
Next year they are moving to Harrogate, and instead of it being called the Holiday home and Caravan expo, it will be called Holiday home, Caravan and Motorhome expo.
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Anyone else go.?
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Lawns caravan show 1 week 5 days ago #473997

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Never been, but a friend who manages a static site goes and loves it. It is a long way for us for the limited number of caravans they have.
Ray
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Lawns caravan show 1 week 5 days ago #473999

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Mel wrote:
Went to the Lawns today. Peasant trip out. Overwhelmingly statics.
Swift, Coachman and Elddis were there, with Elddis having the best display.
Next year they are moving to Harrogate, and instead of it being called the Holiday home and Caravan expo, it will be called Holiday home, Caravan and Motorhome expo.
:dry:
Anyone else go.?
Mel

Being pedantic! :lol: Weird title as no such thing as a motor home. The correct words are "motor caravan" as it is not a home. A home is a place where someone resides permanently or it is a place where people require care and supervision. Hmm! Maybe the latter does apply to some people who use motor caravans. :cheer:
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Lawns caravan show 1 week 3 days ago #474100

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Buckman wrote:
Mel wrote:
Went to the Lawns today. Peasant trip out. Overwhelmingly statics.
Swift, Coachman and Elddis were there, with Elddis having the best display.
Next year they are moving to Harrogate, and instead of it being called the Holiday home and Caravan expo, it will be called Holiday home, Caravan and Motorhome expo.
:dry:
Anyone else go.?
Mel

Being pedantic! :lol: Weird title as no such thing as a motor home. The correct words are "motor caravan" as it is not a home. A home is a place where someone resides permanently or it is a place where people require care and supervision. Hmm! Maybe the latter does apply to some people who use motor caravans. :cheer:

There is a club who might not agree although technically you are right.
Ray
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