Nigel Donnelly

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THE CARAVAN CLUB has confirmed it will provide a temporary site for the duration of the forthcoming Spring Caravan and Camping Show at NEC Birmingham.

The site is open from 18-24 February to both members and non-members. All pitches are hard standing and have 6A electric hook-up for an inclusive price of £30 per night.

THE CARAVAN CLUB has confirmed it will provide a temporary site for the duration of the forthcoming Spring Caravan and Camping Show at NEC Birmingham. 

 

The site is open from 18-24 February to both members and non-members. All pitches are hard standing and have 6A electric hook-up for an inclusive price of £30 per night. 

 

A restaurant, bar and toilet block are provided to ensure that the stay feels less like a temporary site at an exhibition more like a mini-caravan break. There is evening entertainment from Tuesday to Saturday, as well as a courtesy shuttle bus service to and from the show halls to minimise the amount of walking after a day at the show.

 

Bookings close on 12 February, subject to availability, so show-goers are urged to book early as the site tends to fill up quickly. 

 

Len Short, Events Manager for The Caravan Club, says "The NEC Spring Show is very popular and The Club aims to make access to the Show as easy as possible for its members. Based on previous booking figures, the site is always popular because of the difference it makes to visitors being on the doorstep of the NEC. With the added benefit of the shuttle service, getting to and from the show couldn't be simpler" 

 

For booking information, call the club on 01342 336666 or visit the website.  

 

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