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Caravan damaged by block of ice falling from sky
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Caravan insurance providers have received claims for all kinds of damage in the past, but few will have come across a more bizarre incident than the one involving Caroline Guy of Pattingham in Staffordshire. The Express & Star reports that a three-foot block of ice suddenly came crashing through the roof of the startled restaurateur's static caravan early one morning. … More

Touring caravans granted permission for longer stays

A change to regulations has been made to allow touring caravans to stay at a site in Lancashire for longer than 28 days. Approval was granted from Fylde Council's planning committee for the extension to stays at the Shorrocks Barn site in Back Lane, Weeton, as long as there are no permanent residents. According to a report by the Lancashire … More

Caravan park plans for Teesdale

Plans for an expanded caravan park in Teesdale have been revealed, but the proposals have been met with opposition from local residents. The Caravan Club wants to inject millions of pounds into Teesdale's economy through the expansion of the 76-pitch caravan site in Lartington Lane, with a further 54 pitches planned. Speaking to the Teesdale Mercury, the Caravan Club's development … More

Caravan Club spends £2.5m on park upgrades

The Caravan Club has spent £2.5 million on upgrades to two parks in Scotland. Product development 
manager Ellen Shotts stated the organisation is pleased to have been able to make the investment in the park at Forfar Lochside, as well as Queen Elizabeth Park in Stonehaven, which is set to open for the first time in the summer. She said: … More

Caravan sales high at exhibition

A caravan company based in east Yorkshire has seen strong sales at a recent exhibition. Victory Holiday Homes revealed it was able to record a record-breaking return from the recent four-day Scottish Caravan, Motorhome and Holiday Home Show in Glasgow. The company made retail sales of £650,000 and many more trade sales at the event, reports the Hull Daily Mail. … More

Caravan destroyed in Gloucestershire

Fly-tippers dumped a caravan full of rubbish at a known beauty spot in Gloucestershire. The caravan was towed into the Waterhay Car Park, near Ashton Keynes, with the vehicle smashing a height barrier at the entrance to the site. This led to the caravan being ripped in half, while the the fly-tippers sawed down gateposts to make their escape, reports … More

Simon King ‘connects with wildlife from caravans’

Springwatch host Simon King has revealed he likes to use caravan holidays as a way to connect with wildlife. King opened the Scottish Caravan Show in Glasgow and stated he likes to go on breaks in caravans north of the border. Speaking to the Glasgow Evening Times, he said he recently stayed at a caravan site in Milngavie and had … More

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