The Camping and Caravanning Club says owners of its franchised sites have spent over £1million on improvements for this season.
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A father and son team from Hampshire have founded a new BBQ manufacturing business for 2010. Friar Tuck BBQs, started by Ron and Steve Pearce offers five different models in its high-quality range. Steve pearce said: "Seeing our product now in a variety of retail outlets, along side other established brands is a great feeling.
Britishcornershop.co.uk are taking the headache out of caravanning abroad with their new medicine service. Specialising in sending branded food abroad, the firm has noticed an increasing demand for basic British remedies.
If you fancy a night under the stars but don't fancy sharing it with the local wildlife, Woodovis park is offering something different. The Dartmoor site believes you can get back to basics without compromising on comfort with its new infrared therapy sauna installation.
Tyresafe has launched a new section on its website dedicated to caravan tyre safety. The pages, introduced to coincide with the 10th annual National Camping and Caravanning Week, will provide information to keep people safe and legal on the roads.
Parkdean Holiday Homes have launched a brand new search feature on their website. With 18 sales holiday parks based all over the UK it was only a matter of time before an up to date search function containing a wide selection of their vans was needed online.
The Caravan Club continued its push to add more internet availability across the site network with the addition of more wireless internet on its sites. It has almost doubled the number of sites offering Wi-Fi and boosted the service at existing ones. Once complete, 60 Club sites will have wireless internet, allowing visitors to check emails, travel and weather forecasts while on tour.