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Caravan thieves steal horse equipment
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Thieves have broken into a caravan in Bury and stolen several pieces of horse riding equipment. The incident occurred on Chalk Road, Brandon between 18.30 GMT on Saturday (March 30th) and 9.30 BST on Sunday, the Bury Free Press reports. Among the items taken were a black bridle with a white flash noseband, a plain black bridle and a black … More

Family devastated by caravan theft
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A family from Essex saw their plans for an Easter weekend getaway in their caravan ruined when thieves stole it less than 24 hours before they planned to set off. The Bradshaw family planned to depart on Good Friday (March 29th), but thieves unhitched the Fleetwood Colchester caravan between 9.40 and 14.00 GMT on Thursday and towed it away, the … More

Fire destroys caravan in Somerset
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A disused caravan has been destroyed after a fire broke out in Somerset earlier this week. The local Devon and Somerset fire service were alerted to reports of an incident in Ashill last Tuesday (March 26th). Firefighters were called to the garden on a property situated on Park Barn Lane after numerous calls from members of the public. Despite attempts … More

Major caravan fire ‘not treated as suspicious’

Greater Manchester Fire Service has stated it does not believe a caravan fire that struck several vehicles was started deliberately. Crews were called to land near a farm in Greater Manchester at 14:50 GMT on Monday (March 25th) to deal with the incident. Some 65 firefighters were in attendance at the fire, which broke out at Bradley Lane, off Chester … More

Caravan safety tips issued

Caravan owners have been issued with a series of tips to help protect their property as parks begin to reopen ahead of the holiday season. Speaking to the Newry Times, Paula Crowe, crime prevention officer for Armagh, Newry and Mourne, said: "Caravans may be more vulnerable than houses, but that doesn't mean you can't make your property secure." According to … More

£10m investment for caravan park

Yorkshire tourism could be given a boost after the allocation of £10 million for investment at a Hull caravan site has been confirmed. The Patrington Haven Caravan and Leisure Park recently announced its successful application to extend the opening season from ten months to 11 months. Development will be an ongoing five-year phase after the owners doubled the original investment … More

Investigation launched after caravan fire

The owners of a park in Scotland could be forced to make a claim on their caravan insurance policy, after parts of the site were damaged by fire for the second time in three days. An investigation has been launched into a second suspicious blaze at Kessock Caravan Park on Harbour Road in Fraserburgh on Friday (March 8th), STV reports. … More

Grandfather becomes caravan theft victim
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A semi-retired grandfather from the south-east of England has been left feeling as though he is "living in a dream" after he discovered his caravan had been stolen. Brian Blanks, 62, of Lawlinge Road, Latchingdon, found out his Coachman Pastiche, which is worth around £8,000, had disappeared on Monday (March 4th) at about 10:00 GMT. The grandfather-of-three had stored hundreds … More

Police recover caravans after theft
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Thames Valley Police have announced officers have been able to recover a pair of caravans that were recently stolen in the area. The vehicles were found in Middle Ground, Wheatley, on Tuesday morning (March 5th). Sergeant Graham Pink, based at Henley Police Station, told the Thame Gazette that officers acted on information provided by a member of the public. "I … More

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