Stacie Pardoe
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It's National Camping and Caravanning Week from this late May bank holiday weekendEvents run from Monday, 27 May to Sunday 2 June, 2013Club campsites promise exciting events for allPrize draw for those who join club during the week


NATIONAL CAMPING AND CARAVANNING WEEK starts on Monday, 27 May, 2013. Now in its 13th year, the week has inspired the Camping and Caravanning Club to launch a host of events designed to celebrate and increase Britain’s love of the great outdoors.

 

Special events on the Club’s sites include:

  • a treasure trail at Moffat
  • a fancy dress competition in Folkestone
  • archaeology in Salisbury
  • the Weston Great Cake Bake Off in Weston super Mare
  • a photography competition at Tregurrian club campsite
  • a  guided walk at Lynton
  • family fun day at Kessingland

 

For full details of all the events for National Camping and Caravanning week, visit the Club website.

 

Camping starter pack to win

If you join the Camping and Caravanning Club before 2 June, you’ll have a chance to enter a prize draw to win a camping starter pack worth more than £1000 from GoOutdoors. Club membership offers cheaper nightly fees on the Club’s campsites.

Pictured: Kessingland Camping & Caravanning Club campsite on the glorious Suffolk coast and The Valley of the Rocks near Lynton, North Devon

 

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