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UK Motorhome & Caravan Spring Fair

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The Spring Fair is one of the most popular events of its kind in the UK, attracts thousands of eager visitors and is an ideal opportunity to buy spares and accessories for the forthcoming season, and to view a huge range of new and used motorhomes and caravans for sale from leading dealers.

Over 150 trade stands attend the Spring Fair, both indoor and outdoor. Other attractions include a craft fair, family entertainment and a traditional daytime carvery restaurant.

Pre-booked weekend camping costs just £40 per pitch (or £50 if not pre-booked), which includes show admission for 2 people, plus top class evening entertainment, and even a free bunch of daffodils from the organisers upon arrival! This can be pre-booked by calling Event Developments Ltd on 01775 723723.

Day tickets are priced at £6 per person on the gate or just £5 per person in advance. Accompanied under 14's are free of charge. Car Parking is free.

Telephone: 01775 723723
Contact name: Gina Howson
Email: gina@eventdevelopments

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