Stacie Pardoe
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If you're new to caravanning, enter our competition and you could win handy guide to help make your first caravan holiday the start of something brilliant

To celebrate the launch of the new ‘Beginners guide to caravanning’, No Going Back Productions has given us 15 copies of the DVD version to giveaway, worth £15 each.

New and prospective caravan owners will find this new guide a great support when starting out. It features all areas of buying and owning including guidance on choosing the right caravan, hitching up, driving tips and maintenance issues. Plus the material is also supported by set of notes and checklists which can be accessed via the website.

For the chance to get your hands on a copy enter here before midnight on 30 January 2014. 

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