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Start your summer in style with UK Motorhome and Caravan Shows.

A weekend of entertainment and activities as the UK Summer Motorhome & Caravan Show returns to Kent Showground, Maidstone over the weekend of June 4-5.

Preparations are now well underway at the Kent Event Centre and as camping pitches begin to fill up, time is quickly running out to take advantage of the fantastic savings on offer when you purchase your tickets in advance.

The hundreds of campers staying on-site will be treated to 2 nights of fantastic evening entertainment (sponsored by Park Resorts), including performances from 1950s rock n’ roll heart throbs Marty Wilde and The Wildcats, and world renowned Michael Jackson tribute Navi.

In addition to the exciting line-up of music and comedy, there will be a wide range of activities on offer to keep you amused and entertained throughout the weekend. Campers and day visitors can explore more than 100 stands showcasing a range of motorhomes, caravans, camper vans, accessories and more – as thousands come in search of the great deals on offer.

Daytime music will provide entertainment for all throughout the weekend, while campers can take advantage of professional dancing lessons, free-to-enter cash-prize bingo and coach trips into the nearby historic town of Rochester.

A plethora of catering options will also be available on site, including a well-stocked shop, a ‘made-in-front-you’ ice cream stall and, new for 2016, Outside-Inns will be onsite, offering a selection of fine ales and specialist lagers from an independent Sussex brewery; and with the showground set amongst beautiful woodland; you can take a break from the hustle and bustle of the show and make the most of the picturesque walks available.

For information on the weekend’s action, and to take advantage of the fantastic savings on offer when booking your tickets in advance, visit or call 01507 529529.

Closing date for advance ticket sales is Tuesday 31st May 2016

Marty Wilde
Caravan park