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Plug pulled on Earls Court show

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THE Earls Court Caravan & Motorhome Show 2007 has been cancelled.

Organisers say the resource and focus put on the International Caravan & Motorhome show at the NEC in Birmingham is to blame.

A spokesman for Clarion Events, organisers of both shows, said: “Due to the amazing focus and investment that has been placed on the NEC show in October by the industry, it has become apparent that the major manufacturers, dealers and many visitors plan to make International Caravan & Motorhome 2007 the place to be

“Understandably, this has had a knock on effect of reducing time and resource from exhibiting companies to invest in the Earls Court Show.”

The show was due to take place in November. Visitors who have already booked tickets will be entitled to a full refund or, alternatively, transfer their tickets for admission to the NEC show at no extra cost.

* Details of the NEC show can be found here.

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