Nigel Donnelly

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IT’S SHOW TIME in the north east as the Great North Caravan & Motorhome Show returns at the end of this month.

Following on from last autumn’s inaugural nine-day event, which saw over £1million of orders for tourers placed, the spring event will feature over 200 display models being sold on a first-come, first-served basis.

IT’S SHOW TIME in the north east as the Great North Caravan & Motorhome Show returns at the end of this month.

 

Following on from last autumn’s inaugural nine-day event, which saw over £1million of orders for tourers placed, the spring event will feature over 200 display models being sold on a first-come, first-served basis.

 

Great North Caravan & Motorhome Show logoAs before, the event takes place at Catterick Caravans in North Yorkshire and doors have been open since  30 April and close on Sunday 8 May 2011.

 

Backing from the major brands

“The turnout at the first show was unprecedented and this has influenced our decision to run yet another event in April this year,” said Catterick's Matthew Kinsell. “The north of England is desperately in need of a show of this magnitude, with top caravan, motorhome and accessory brands all backing this northern show.”

 

Matthew and co-organiser Chris Kinsell are keen to keep the exact show offers under wraps, but they revealed that savings in excess of £3500 on specific caravan models will be available.

 

Anyone interested in attending the Great North Caravan & Motorhome Show should register at www.caravan-shows.co.uk for free entry tickets and show offers.

 

Download a show flyer for the event by clicking here

 

Catterick Caravans Outdoor Leisure World is located at Catterick Bridge, Richmond, North Yorkshire DL10 7JB.


Tel: 01748 818 391

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