Nigel Donnelly

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THE SEPTEMBER ISSUE of Practical Caravan magazine is in the shops now, but if the rain is putting you off a wander to WHSmith, why not download it?

THE SEPTEMBER ISSUE of Practical Caravan magazine is in the shops now, but if the rain is putting you off a wander to WHSmith, why not download it?

 

Practical Caravan is now available as a digital-only edition. Rather than paying for postage or spending money on diesel to get to the shops, simply click here and get the latest issue for 33% off the cover price. You can download it instantly and view it on your computer, iPad or Android phone depending on what suits you best. Enjoy!

 

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