Go Camping to make the most of Britain's 'barbecue summer'
SCHOOL’S out and those long summer holidays are almost here – but what are you planning to do with the kids to make the most of the sizzling barbecue summer the weather forecasters are predicting?
Issue two of Go Camping will be
on sale from 1st May 2010 or you can
pre-order your copy online today.
The second issue of 2009's popular Go Camping
hits the news stands this summer aimed at the new generation of cool campers looking for affordable family holidays in the UK.
will appeal to the thousands of new converts to camping who are looking for an active family holiday without the hassle of crowded airport departure lounges, sky-high car parking charges and cancelled flights.
is packed with fantastic holiday ideas with the emphasis firmly on affordable, environmentally-friendly, family holidays in the British Isles.
Issue two of Go Camping
will feature such aritcles as 'What's On This Summer', festivals, where to and how to, plus we visit Croyde Bay.
editor Mark Sutcliffe said: “Millions of people in Britain who have great childhood memories of family camping holidays by the sea now have kids of their own and many are looking to rediscover the simplicity of a traditional British holiday.
“Today’s kids will love camping just as much as their parents did and new tent technology and modern accessories make the whole experience that little bit more luxurious than many people may remember. Our advice is to get out there and Go Camping
this summer - as long as you can find space on a campsite – they’re filling up fast!”
So whether you fancy rock-pooling with the kids in Dorset, getting back to nature in the Peak District or grabbing a restful weekend just down the road, Go Camping
will give you all the information and inspiration you need.
On sale 1st May 2010, the first issue of Go Camping is available from branches of WHSmith, priced at £4.99. You can also pre-order your copy here now!