Nigel Donnelly

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LUNAR'S NEW TOURER brand Venus Caravans sets out on a UK-wide roadshow this weekend (23-25 March 2012) at Catterick Caravans Leisure World in Yorkshire.

LUNAR'S NEW TOURER brand Venus Caravans sets out on a UK-wide roadshow this weekend (23-25 March 2012) at Catterick Caravans Leisure World in Yorkshire.

 

If you didn’t get the chance to see the all-new lightweight budget range on its public debut at the recent London Excel show, there are five more opportunities to see the full line-up at a dealer near you before demonstrator vehicles arrive on forecourts in May 2012.

 

Catterick’s Matthew Kinsell says: “With a general trend towards downsizing in the tourer market, Lunar are bang on the nail with their lightweight Venus Caravans launch.

 

The Venus franchise is just the latest addition to Catterick’s rapidly expanding business. Earlier this year, Catterick acquired two former Discover Leisure sites – which have been returned to their previous names: Tyneside Leisure World and Ebor Leisure World – to become the Leisure World family.

 

The full roadshow dealer location line-up and dates are:

 

Fri 23-Sun 25 March 2012

Catterick Caravans Leisure World

Catterick Brdige, Richmond, Yorkshire DL10 7JB

Tel 01748 818 391

 

Fri 30 March-Mon 2 April 2012

Swindon Caravan Centre

Greatfield, Wootton Bassett, Wiltshire, SN4 8EQ

Tel 01793 772096

 

Fri 6-Mon 9 April 2012

Clwyd Caravans

The Green, Ruabon, Wrexham LL14 6DP 

Tel 01978 810091

 

Fri 13-Mon 16 April 2012

Ennis Caravans

Cross Hands, Carmarthen Road  Cross Hands, Llanelli SA14 6SP

Tel 01269 832 381

 

Fri 20-Mon 23 April

Chichester Caravans

Main Rd, Colden Common, Winchester, Hampshire, SO21 1TD

Tel 01962 714844

 

Check out Practical Caravan’s exclusive video review of Venus Caravans here.

 

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