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WE'RE PLEASED TO announce who bagged a pair of tickets to the Motorhome & Caravan Show 2011, in our ticket competition that closed last Sunday.

A pair of tickets for the show will be sent in the post today (via first class) to the following winners:

WE'RE PLEASED TO announce who bagged a pair of tickets to the Motorhome & Caravan Show 2011, in our ticket competition that closed last Sunday.

 

A pair of tickets for the show will be sent in the post today (via first class) to the following winners:

 

 

  • Robert Calderbank, West Midlands
  • Tom Moore, Norfolk
  • David Cox, Wiltshire
  • Claire Cadman, Powys
  • Dave Grundy, Surrey
  • Susan Hook, West Yorkshire
  • Peter Rowlands, Leicestershire
  • Anthony Babington, Warwickshire
  • Mary Hardy, Warwickshire
  • Robert Holmes, West Yorkshire
  • Lesley Warner, West Yorkshire
  • Anthony Hill, Somerset
  • Ann Delahay, West Midlands
  • Alison Harris, Middlesex
  • Nicholas Scully, Staffordshire
  • Jullie Izon, Staffordshire
  • David Burrell, Warwickshire
  • Karen Burt, Herefordshire
  • Michael Homfray-Cooper, Hertfordshire
  • Stephanie White, Staffordshire 
  • Stacy Freeland, Berkshire
  • Keith Beedles, Shropshire
  • Brian Lampert, Herefordshire
  • Robert Nicholls, Cheshire
  • Gaynor Hart, Staffordshire

 

 

Enjoy the show, and congratulations to all the winners. If you weren't lucky this time, don't forget to keep checking our website for our latest competitions. 

 

Don't forget that you can still save money on tickets to the Motorhome & Caravan 2011 show, by booking in advance. This reduces walk-up prices to £8 for adults, down from £10, and £7 for senior citizens, down from £9. To book, call 0844 338 7799 or go to www.motorhomeandcaravanshow.co.uk.

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