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Caravan MOT proposals rubbished

Proposals to introduce an MOT test for caravans have been criticised and described as an "unnecessary expense" for travellers. Andrew Baker, director at Pearman Briggs caravans in Longlevens, explained that there has been a "dramatic" rise in the number of young families caravanning for their holidays and this would be a blow to them. He pointed out that policing a … More

Caravan owners given security advice
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Keeping caravans locked at all times and storing valuables on their person at all times are some of the security tips offered being offered to caravan owners who visit campsites in Gower, Wales, this summer. The South Wales Evening Post reports Safer Swansea is offering the tips in a bid to clamp down on burglaries during the holiday season, after … More

Council tries to trace pink caravan owner
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Slough Council has launched an appeal for information after a pink caravan was abandoned. The vehicle was left in Parlaunt Road in Langley and the local authority is taking steps to have it moved, but wants to trace the owner. Linda Corcoran, from the neighbourhood enforcement team, explained the bright pink caravan was abandoned about a fortnight ago. "We are … More

New Yorkshire Dales caravan park to open
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Tourists won't need to book into hotels if they want to see the Tour De France as it passes through Yorkshire next year because they'll be able to take their caravans. Park Leisure 2000 has splashed a cool £2.75 million on acquiring the Yorkshire Dales Caravan Park from Lifestyle Living UK. The 12.5 acre site is located in a former … More

Traffic delays on M5 caused by caravan accident
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Motorists experienced heavy delays on the M5 yesterday afternoon (May 13th) following an accident involving a caravan on the motorway. All three lanes of the northbound carriageway were blocked as a result of the incident, which occurred near junction 21 for Weston-super-Mare. According to a report by This is Somerset, the Highways Agency was able to clear the road a … More

Police issue caravan crime warning
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Police in the East Riding have warned caravan owners they believe criminals are targeting them. Officers revealed that 11 houses in the region have been burgled after the occupants went away in their caravans since January. Speaking to the Hull Daily Mail, Detective Inspector Joanne Roe, from the serious acquisitive crime team, stated the police believe these properties have been … More

Caravan theft warning issued by police

Police officers in Worksop have issued tips and advice to caravan owners in a bid to help them to avoid becoming a victim of theft. With owners set to get their caravans out of storage for the summer holidays, officers are warning travellers to be vigilant. Speaking to the Worksop Guardian, Detective Chief Inspector Craig Robinson said: "All areas throughout … More

Plans for caravan park at sports field
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The owner of a sports field in Harrow has submitted plans to convert the site into a caravan park complete with 75 pitches. Richard Gabriel has owned the land for 20 years and told the Harrow Times he believes the development of Broadfields Sports fields will provide a boost to the local area. However, there has been considerable opposition to … More

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