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Premier Parks 2017 brochure now available

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The 2017 edition of the Premier Parks brochure is now available both in print and online.

Featuring 100 of the top touring and camping parks across the UK and Europe, this 116-page A5 guide is essential for your holiday planning.

Each site in the collection is editorially rated to guarantee you a high-quality holiday experience. The brochure is split into colour-coded regional sections and includes full colour photos, contact details and icons detailing each site's facilities and services.

You can view the brochure online as a page turner here. If you'd prefer a paper copy, then get yours free with the February issues of MMM (on sale 5 January) and Caravan magazine (on sale 11 January).

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