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In our March 2019 issue, we've got all sorts of great content to get you excited for the touring season ahead. It's on sale in shops today, so go and grab your copy so you don't miss out!
You can expect top touring features including Claudia's trip to Amiens where war-torn landscapes of the Somme are now attractive and serene. Back in the UK, Peter Baber takes a tour of Cromwellian Cambridgeshire while Joe and Elaine Ormerod take a family break in Chichester that's full of motor and maritime history.
We've also compiled a list of 10 of the UK's unlikeliest camping spots, which might surprise you, along with a comprehensive guide to touring Powys, Wales' largest county. Meanwhile, classic car and caravan enthusiasts will enjoy a look around Chris Howell's 1969 Cygnet.
We've also got plenty of tips to help you buy better in 2019, with 26 pages full of reviews and advice. Starting with a preview of what to look out for if you're visiting the NEC show this February, and which new-season models to make a beeline for. In this issue, we've also got a competition to win a pair of tickets to the show.
In our reviews section, find out how we got on with the Compass Casita 586 in our in-depth live-in test, and take a first look at the revamped Venus 550/4, winner of our Best Van for Small Families gong in the recent Tourer of the Year Awards.
Also in this issue is the big reveal of our Owner Satisfaction Survey results; find out which caravans are the most rewarding to own, and which dealerships are the best to buy from, as voted for by our readers.
That's more than enough great content to warrant a dash to the shops to pick up your copy! Or you can subscribe now to make sure that our next issue is delivered straight to your door.