Niall Hampton
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IT'S SHOW TIME at the NEC in a couple of months and we've got a fantastic ticket giveaway up for grabs.

IT'S SHOW TIME at the NEC in a couple of months and we've got a fantastic ticket giveaway up for grabs.

 

As you have read in the current edition of Britain's best-selling caravan magazine, if you want to see 2012's new models, there is only one NEC show that is guaranteed to have them all under one roof. It takes place on 11-16 October and is organised by the National Caravan Council (NCC). Motorhome & Caravan show 2011

 

Tickets for the event will be almost 50% cheaper, but you may not have to dip in your own pockets as we've got 25 pairs to give away.

 

Please note you must be logged in or registered to enter our competitions.

 

Click here to be in with a chance of winning.

 

For more information about the show, go to the official website.

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