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Proposed caravan park angers local residents
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Residents of three north-east villages have come together to criticise plans for a caravan park on the former Beechburn Quarry site between High Grange and Witton Park. Proposals have already been submitted to Durham County Council for the £10 million development from Park Leisure 2000, which proponents claim could provide £1.7 million a year for the local economy and create … More

Overturned caravan causes traffic chaos
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The importance of investing in caravan insurance in case of an unforeseen accident has been highlighted by an incident in Stratford St Mary. Yesterday (July 4th), the East Anglian Daily Times reported that a mobile home caused chaos on a stretch of the A12. The caravan flipped over near the Essex/Suffolk border on the northbound carriageway between junction 29 and … More

Police warn of caravan burglaries in Worcester
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Mobile home owners in Worcestershire may want to ensure their caravan insurance policies are up to date following a spate of thefts. Local police are appealing for information about seven burglaries that took place at holiday parks located in Broadway, Evesham and Hanley Swan. The incidents took place between June 29th and July 1st, with all but one of the … More

Caravan community watch scheme launched in Weardale
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Crime at mobile home sites in Weardale has been halved thanks to a scheme introduced to combat theft. The Northern Echo reports how caravan insurance claims may have been reduced after a local policing team helped introduce a successful community project. Caravan Watch was formed after an increase in anti-social behaviour, criminal damage and theft at parks across the area. … More

Police hunting caravan vandals
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A caravan insurance claim may need to be made by the owners of a mobile home that was broken into. The Chelmsford Weekly News reports how vandals ransacked the property when it was left unoccupied at a site in Beeleigh Road, Maldon. Maldon town councillor John Bunkell's company Kellbun were using the caravan while based on the land, where work … More

Caravan coastal erosion guidance launched
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Holiday parks affected by coastal erosion are set to be given help and advice on how to deal with the problem. East Riding councillor Jane Evison told the Hull Daily Mail the local authority intends to put together some information about erosion, with certain hotspots the key focus. "We want to make sure site owners are preparing. There may be … More

Drivers warned about compulsory breathalysers in France
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Caravan insurance may not be the only thing Brits need to invest in before embarking on a holiday to France this summer. As of July 1st, drivers will be required to have a single-use breathalyser kit in their vehicle when travelling through the country, Green Flag Breakdown Service has reminded people. The French transport ministry has announced the rules apply … More

Cumbria ‘has spectacular views’
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Brits looking for a great place to holiday in the UK this summer may want to consider renewing their caravan insurance and heading to Cumbria. A spokeswoman for Cumbria Tourism described how the region has a range of "breathtaking scenery" to wow visitors. It was claimed the views are some of the best in the world, with the "diverse" landscape … More

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