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Beatles caravan unearthed in Ascot
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A gypsy caravan once owned by John Lennon and Ringo Starr has now been passed to a charitable trust, the Ascot Lawyers Foundation. The Sgt Pepper memorabilia has been hidden from the public eye for over 40 years and was found at Ringo Starr’s former home in Surrey, having originally been bought by John Lennon in 1967. Director Alan Carr … More

Upcoming caravan shows 2013
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If you are thinking of heading to some caravan shows over the summer months here is a list of the upcoming dates and show events across the country. June 7th, 8th and 9th June- Marquis Summer Spectacular. Paultons Park, Romsey, Hampshire, SO51 6AL. For more information please visit:                            www.marquismotorhomes.co.uk/events 14th, 15th and 16th of June- The Midsummer Motorhome and Caravan … More

Gloucester ‘a great city to visit’

Caravan insurance customers may want to take a trip to the Cotswolds region following one expert’s comments. A spokesman for Marketing Gloucester described how the city is a “fantastic visitor destination” as it provides an urban escape from rural surroundings. “Gloucester’s magnificent cathedral is undoubtedly the city’s crowning glory, with some of the world’s biggest stained glass windows and intricate … More

Mini-breaks ‘great way to get a feel for a country’

Holiday home enthusiasts may want to invest in touring caravan insurance and head away on a short break in Europe. Heather Carswell, spokeswoman for Lonely Planet, described how taking a mini-vacation can be a great way to get a feel for an area. “Taking a short trip can be a fantastic way of getting a taste of the country,” she stated. … More

Converted caravan ‘aims to prevent anti-social behaviour’

Caravan insurance customers may be interested to hear how a converted mobile home has been designed to help troubled youngsters. Police in Bradford intend to take the specially adapted unit onto the streets of an estate in the city, the Telegraph and Argus reports. However, the caravan is more than just a holiday home as it has been renovated to … More

GPS tracker ‘helps recover 2 stolen caravans’

Two mobile home owners may have been saved from having to claim on their caravan insurance after a satellite device helped reunite them with their property. Phantom’s tracking unit and motion detection equipment allowed operators in the company’s control room to locate the stolen units to within eight feet of their destination. One criminal was caught after the technology alerted workers … More

New caravan site proposed in Shropshire
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Planning application has been submitted for a new holiday park near Ludlow, news which may be of interest to those looking for tourer caravan insurance. Morris Leisure has put forward a proposal for a five-star site featuring 135 pitches and an area for motorhomes, Shropshire Live reports. It is hoped the council will approve the work so building can begin this … More

Delays caused by overturned caravan
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The importance of taking out tourer caravan insurance may have been highlighted by a second incident on the A419. Traffic was disrupted when a caravan overturned on the same stretch of road where an accident occurred last week, the Swindon Advertiser reports. Commuters faced delays as the unit lay on its side on the northbound carriageway blocking one lane. It was … More

Caravans bill ‘set to give owners more rights’

Individuals looking for static caravan insurance may be pleased to hear new legislation has been passed regarding owners’ rights. The Northern Ireland (NI) Assembly has agreed to introduce the caravans bill that was spearheaded by Ulster Unionist party member of the Legislative Assembly John McAllister. He first proposed a change in the law after claiming the 1963 Caravans Act (NI) did … More

Motorists reminded about vehicle insurance

Individuals looking for touring caravan insurance may want to take note of a new law that will be introduced in late spring. The British Insurance Brokers’ Association (Biba), Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) and Motor Insurer’s Bureau have reminded individuals that all roadworthy vehicles will have to be insured otherwise they may face prosecution. It is expected that the new … More

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