If you plan to visit the Boat & Caravan Show at the NEC in February, you might want to extend your stay. Organisers Ocean Media have decided to run its Outdoor Leisure Show alongside the busiest days of the huge caravan show.

TOLS targets individuals, groups and families in the Midlands and the North of England; those who enjoy spending time in the great outdoors - rambling, fell walking, climbing, mountaineering or exploring places of natural interest.

If you plan to visit the Boat & Caravan Show at the NEC in February, you might want to extend your stay. Organisers Ocean Media have decided to run its Outdoor Leisure Show alongside the busiest days of the huge caravan show.

 

TOLS targets individuals, groups and families in the Midlands and the North of England; those who enjoy spending time in the great outdoors - rambling, fell walking, climbing, mountaineering or exploring places of natural interest.
 

The Outdoor Leisure Show visitor experience will include free to try outdoor activities including canoeing, kayaking and climbing in Hall 9, adjacent to the Boat & Caravan Show.

 

Tickets are priced at £15.50 adults; £13.50 seniors: Child 5-15 £7.00; Child under 5 Free and £46.00 for a family ticket (2 adults and 3 children). No word yet on discounted tickets for those attending both shows though...
 
For further information on The Outdoor Leisure Show visit www.outdoorleisureshow.com or call 024 7657 1154

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