Nigel Donnelly

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STRUGGLING WITH A caravan question or two? Head to London and you'll be able to put some of the industry's sharpest minds on the spot.

The Motorhome, Caravan & Camping Show opens at ExCeL London next week for a six-day stop over, from 14th – 19th February 2012 and there will be advice and presentations every day on a variety of touring subjects.

Whether you have a seriously tough question or simply don't know where to get started, you'll find the help you need at ExCeL.

 

STRUGGLING WITH A caravan question or two? Head to London and you'll be able to put some of the industry's sharpest minds on the spot. 

 

The Motorhome, Caravan & Camping Show opens at ExCeL London next week for a six-day stop over, from 14th – 19th February 2012 and there will be advice and presentations every day on a variety of touring subjects. 

 

Whether you have a seriously tough question or simply don't know where to get started, you'll find the help you need at ExCeL.  

 

The Experts’ Theatre will stage daily schedule of talks followed by question and answer sessions. Subjects covered include;

 

  • Towing and the law
  • Taking your outfit abroad
  • Digital TV on the move
  • New to Caravanning 
  • Fly-drive motorcaravan breaks

 

Speakers include representatives from component suppliers, the National Caravan Council and members of the Practical Caravan team, including Doug ‘Fix-it’ King.

 

Talks take place daily at 11.30am and 3pm at the Experts’ Theatre in the South Hall, stand S110. If you don't want to shout your question out in front of the audience, get to the stand early and you can submit a question on paper and get it read out for you. 

 

 

 

To book tickets visit the show website or call 0844 858 6756

 

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