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Caravan parks across Mid Wales are pulling out all the stops to welcome back England-based customers safely on Monday, April 12 as Covid 19 lockdown restrictions continue to ease.
If you're interested in investing in a caravan of any kind, you have multiple options open to you in terms of how you pay for it.
Over the coming decades, we're all going to have to go electric.
With the debacle surrounding Brexit in recent months, it can be tough to keep up with all the changes.
Due to the pandemic, Ingestre Orangery is currently closed to visitors, but you can take a virtual tour of this wonderful local attraction.
Ever dreamed of owning a caravan holiday home or luxury lodge on a perfect park location in Mid Wales or the Heart of England, especially now that staycations are so popular?
A selection of audio tours of Shrewsbury is being launched to help visitors and locals alike discover more about the town - even if they can’t visit in person.
Visitor numbers in Shrewsbury town centre grew much faster than the national average during the summer - following the trend of successful “multifunctional towns” across the country.
A leisure company has received a welcome boost with news that all five of its touring caravan and motorhome parks across Shropshire and North Wales have made it into a Top 100 Sites Guide.
Stay in a historic village where you can have your accommodation in the farmhouse or the converted stable block. Peartree Farm Bed & Breakfast is in the old village of Aldwincle not far from Kettering in the county of Northamptonshire.
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