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Autumn Colours For Caravanners

We lose a bit of heat as autumn arrives. But it’s a season that’s alive with colour as the leaves blaze in many shades before dropping. This autumn get out and enjoy the Forestry Commission’s top-10 selection of autumn colour spots. Caravanners love the great outdoors, and these seasonal beauty »

New Forest Pony

Five Reasons to Love the New Forest

The New Forest hasn’t been new since the late 11th century, when William the Conqueror decided he needed a nice shiny royal hunting forest in the south of his new kingdom. William’s decision came at quite a human cost as local villagers were turfed off their lands, but we’re benefitting »

Loughrigg Sunset - Lake District

Five reasons to love the Lake District

The Lake District is Britain’s most popular national park. It’s easy to see why: Lakeland’s 21 major bodies of water are fringed by England’s highest mountains, unspoiled upland fells, and pretty little towns packed lots for families and day trippers to do. With travelling overseas becoming ever more expensive, it’s »

Dinas Dinlle Beach, Snowdonia

Five Reasons To Love Snowdonia

It’s mysterious and sometimes misty, but alongside those famous, majestic mountains the Snowdonia National Park in North Wales also offers great access to some of the UK’s best beaches. And it’s an area full of character and charm with loads of things to do. The centrepiece of Snowdonia is the »

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Britain’s Top National Parks

There are 15 National Parks in the UK. From the South Downs, the newest, in Hampshire and East and West Sussex, to the Cairngorms, the largest, spreading across four counties in north-east Scotland, these protected landscapes represent the best of the British countryside. If you’re planning your summer caravan or »

Tenby, South Wales, Castle Beach

10 Affordable British Destinations for 2016

In a world that needs buzzwords they’re called “staycations”. In reality, remaining within the confines of the UK for your big annual holiday is simple common sense to many British families. It’s usually cheaper, always simpler, and we’re lucky to live in a wonderfully beautiful country. Recent research has suggested »

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