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Domestic tourism ‘on the rise’
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Caravan insurance companies may have seen a surge in enquiries, as domestic tourism bookings are said to have risen in recent weeks. Managing director at luxury travel club Voyage Prive John Bevan explained how some of the UK's most popular resorts have witnessed a flurry of interest. Cornwall and Devon are proving to be among the destinations gaining the most … More

Caravan holidays ‘offer flexibility’
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Caravan insurance customers may agree with one expert's comments about the flexibility that comes with mobile home holidays. Head of policy at the Institute of Advanced Motorists Tim Shallcross explained how caravanning provides people with value for money and hassle-free breaks. Compared with flying overseas, taking a mobile home holiday in the UK can be economical and allow individuals to … More

Brereton caravan site plans ‘to be approved’
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A new caravan park in Cheshire is likely to get the go-ahead, despite the objections of some local residents. The 43-pitch site in Brereton is set to win the approval of Cheshire East Council's Southern Planning Committee after it won the backing of local planning officers, the Crewe Chronicle reports. Proposed by caravan dealer Leisure Sales, the development would also … More

Britain ‘has lots to offer staycationers’
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England has lots to offer Brits who choose to enjoy a staycation rather than head overseas this summer. This is according to expert psychologist Dr David Lewis, who urged individuals to explore the British countryside. "There are so many beautiful places around of which we know very little about," he stated. Mobile home owners may be inspired to renew their … More

Holiday park offers free stay when it rains
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Caravan insurance customers may be enticed by a new scheme that has been launched by a South Lakeland holiday park. Skelwith Fold campsite in Ambleside is hoping to attract customers by offering individuals an extra free night's stay for every day of heavy rainfall during their stay. The site's director Henry Wild explained how the move is designed to persuade … More

Bridgwater caravan park experiences 2nd arson attack
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The importance of having sufficient caravan insurance has been highlighted by an arson attack on a Bridgwater park in which one mobile home was burnt to the ground. This is the second time a caravan in the area has been damaged by arsonists in the last three months, This is The West Country reported. A fire service spokesman said: "We … More

Staycations ‘are a less stressful option to abroad breaks’
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Brits may be inclined to renew their caravan insurance policy and holiday closer to home after hearing how heading overseas can be extremely stressful. Psychologist Dr David Lewis explained how UK airports will be congested throughout July, August and September due to schools being on holiday and the Olympic Games bringing people to the country. Those with young children are … More

UK ‘home to a host of great caravanning destinations’
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The UK has a host of great places to camp and caravan for families that would like to see more of the country they live in. This is according to chief executive of British Destinations Peter Hampson, who explained how traditional coastal locations are just some of the options. It was suggested that as well as Cornwall and Devon, individuals … More

Dozens evacuated as caravan park floods
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Caravan insurance claims may have to be made by the owners of units based at a site in north Yorkshire. A lifeboat crew was called to Cayton Bay Caravan Park on Friday (July 6th) as torrential downpours led to flooding. Six holidaymakers and four disabled people had to be rescued while a further 60 individuals were moved to another part … More

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