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Police seek information on caravan vandalism

Police in Arbroath have issued a call for information from the general public after a number of static caravans in the Scottish town were vandalised. Tayside Police has asked members of the public to come forward if they know anything about the vandalism of six static caravans at a farm near to Cliffburn Road, Arbroath. According to a report by … More

Flood alerts issued for caravan parks

Flood alerts have been issued for caravan parks across Yorkshire after heavy rainfall. The rising levels of the River Ouse across the county has led to fears the banks could burst, putting many homes and businesses at risk of flooding. According to a report by the York Press, the Weir Caravan Park at Stamford Bridge is among the properties in … More

Hampshire caravan park flooded

Residents at a Hampshire caravan park are unlikely to need to make a claim on their caravan insurance, despite the area being flooded. Fire crews took three hours to pump water out of Solent Breezes Caravan Park in Warsash after it was hit by heavy rain, the Southern Daily Echo reports. However, the water – which reached a metre in … More

Flood alert for Midlands caravan parks

Flood alerts have been issued for caravan parks in the Midlands as a result of the extended period of heavy rain that has affected the area in recent weeks. Caravan parks in Rugby and Bidford are thought to be at risk of floods, while roads between the two towns could also go underwater in the coming days, reports the Stratford … More

Caravan parks nominated for award

Seafield Caravan Park in Seahouses has been named among the nominations for the North East England Tourism Awards. Ord House Country Park in East Ord is also up for the Caravan Holiday Park/Holiday Village of the Year prize at the ceremony. Sarah Stewart, chief executive at NewcastleGateshead Initiative, described the shortlist for the awards as "very strong". "Businesses from across … More

Caravan park proposal rejected by council

Plans to create a new caravan park in the Midlands have been rejected by Rutland County Council. Leon and Rebecca Bissonnet’s application to turn land off Cemetery Lane in Manton from agricultural to a camping and caravan site was turned down. Manton Parish Council chairman Peter Gooding told the Stamford Mercury that the local authority was pleased with the decision … More

Discarded Leeds Festival tents to go to a good home

A charity is to collect tents and camping equipment left behind by visitors to Leeds Festival this weekend (August 25th-27th) and distribute them to those in need. Festivalgoers are likely to have taken out camping insurance in order to ensure valuable items such as mobile phones are protected in the event of theft or damage, but many do not bother … More

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