Nigel Donnelly

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THE CARAVAN CLUB has recently renamed 13 of its sites to help members find them.

The changes came about due to members feedback, with many stating they didn't realise how close and convenient some of the sites were for access to major cities and towns as the names were too generic.

Now at a glance you can see where on the map a site is based. The renamed sites have been updated for the Club's 2012 Essential Guide and are listed below.Name changers

THE CARAVAN CLUB has recently renamed 13 of its sites to help members find them.

 

The changes came about due to members feedback, with many stating they didn't realise how close and convenient some of the sites were for access to major cities and towns as the names were too generic.

 

Now at a glance you can see where on the map a site is based. The renamed sites have been updated for the Club's 2012 Essential Guide and are listed below.

 

Name changers

 

England

Four Oaks - Henley Four Oaks Caravan Club Site

Cherry Hinton - Cambridge Cherry Hinton

Losehill - Castleton Caravan Club Site

Grin Low - Buxton Caravan Club Site

Normanhurst Court - Battle Caravan Club Site

Notgrove - Bourton on the Water Caravan Club Site

Hillside - Salisbury Caravan Club Site

Threeways - Marazion Caravan Club Site

Lower Clough Foot - Hebden Bridge Caravan Club Site

Grange - Durham Grange Caravan Club Site

Seaview - Berwick Seaview Caravan Club Site

 

Scotland

Dalchalm - Brora Caravan Club Site

The Invercauld - Braemar Caravan Club Site

 

For more details on each of these sites click here

 

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