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Women trapped in tent after branch collapses
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One family may have to claim on their camping insurance after part of a tree fell on their tent in the early hours of Sunday (June 5th) morning. Crew commander Simon Halling, of Hereford and Worcester Fire and Rescue Service, told the Ledbury Reporter, the four individuals had a lucky escape after the 100-year-old branch landed on their sleeping quarters. … More

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Indoor caravan hotel launched in Berlin
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Caravan insurance customers may be interested to hear about a new hotel that brings the outdoors, indoors. The Hutten Palast in Berlin has designed a range of rooms that allow visitors to experience sleeping in a mobile home but in the comfort of a building, the Metro reports. Guests can spend the night in their own converted caravan before mingling … More

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Insurance ‘necessary even for staycations’
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Individuals planning a staycation in the UK this summer may want to take out caravan insurance following one expert's warning. Bob Atkinson, travel expert at moneysupermarket.com, explained that many Brits feel it is a "waste of time" having cover if they are not leaving the country. Research by the company, found 58 per cent of holidaymakers would take a break … More

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Welsh charity calls for horse passport laws
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Horse insurance policy holders may be keen to back a campaign aimed at cracking down on people who neglect their animals. Monmouth-based Society for the Welfare of Horses and Ponies has launched an initiative in an attempt to persuade the Welsh authorities that equine passports should become compulsory across the country. The group has said that it has been forced … More

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Pet care insurance needed for holidaymakers
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Holidaymakers who cannot face leaving their beloved animals at home could require pet insurance when heading abroad. While some people may look into kennel insurance policies when leaving their companions behind, large numbers of Britons choose to take their furry friends away with them each year. According to tourism advertising company We Accept Pets, there are a variety of considerations … More

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Thames boat trip ‘a great experience’
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A boat trip down the Thames can be a positive experience, offering up numerous key sights along the way. Whether people have their own boat and boat insurance, or opt to take part in a tour such as those on the RIB speedboats, there could be plenty to see on the Thames. Yolanda Copes-Stepney, a spokeswoman for Visit England, said … More

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Verona ‘a great summer destination’
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Individuals may want to invest in touring caravan insurance before heading off to Verona this summer. Stefania Gatta, a spokeswoman for the Italian State Tourist Board, explained how there is a wealth of things to see and do in the city. She claimed that the historic destination is a great base from which to explore the surrounding region. "Verona is … More

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Molly Sims ‘engaged’
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Model turned actress Molly Sims may soon be purchasing wedding insurance following the announcement she is engaged. A representative for the 38-year-old confirmed the news in an interview with People magazine. Film producer Scott Stuber, who is behind movies including Love & Other Drugs and Yes Man, is said to have proposed on May 20th. It is understood that the … More

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Rare camera sells for record-breaking £1.15m
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The new owner of a camera dating from 1923 may want to take out photography insurance after the device was named the most expensive of its kind in the world. An anonymous bidder purchased the Leica 0-series for £1.15 million at a sale hosted by Vienna's Westlicht Gallery. The camera is understood to have been snapped up by a private … More

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Jonathan Ross cancels show after pet dies
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TV presenter Jonathan Ross cancelled the filming of a new TV show in Russia after his pet dog died. Ross was "completely devastated" when Mr Pickle, the presenter's pet pug, died after travelling abroad with him to film a show on the Trans-Siberian Railway. The pair were set to travel 5,600 miles from Russia to China for the programme but … More

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