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Campervan magazine goes monthly in 2019!

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Due to popular demand, Campervan magazine will go monthly from the February 2019 issue, on-sale on January 17, 2019!

Campervan was initially published as a one-off magazine, however, it proved so popular with readers that the frequency was then increased to four issues a year, and more recently to six issues. The decision to publish 12 issues a year from 2019 was taken after readers, who said they love the magazine and the content that it provides, requested that it moves to a monthly publication.

Campervan is an inspirational title that highlights the lifestyle benefits of a campervan and how it can enhance readers’ leisure time. It covers all brands of campervan and all types of build – from professional conversions to self-builds. Everything from a Mazda Bongo to a luxury new Westfalia are included.

Rather than only being a magazine about buying campervans, it takes the next step and also shows readers how to best enjoy their campervans and the lifestyle that comes with owning such a fantastic vehicle. The magazine has amazing travel features written by campervan enthusiasts, as well as features on reader-owned campervans – who better to share their campervanning experiences than fellow readers who have spent their own money on a vehicle to enhance their outdoor leisure time? Reader’s vehicles include everything from a kite surfer’s Toyota Granvia conversion to a keen cyclist’s £71,000 VW T5.

Written by passionate campervan-owning journalists, the title also highlights the advantages of downsizing to a campervan from a motorhome. For those looking to buy their first campervan, the magazine also includes essential buying advice and tips, together with features highlighting the type of conversions available – from basic kitchen pods to campervan conversions purpose-designed for a specific hobby.

Editor and campervan owner, Geneve Bartholomew-Brand, commented: “I’ve had my own campervan for over a decade and can’t imagine life without it. It’s great being able to just jump in and head off for the weekend at the drop of a hat. The best thing about having a campervan is the freedom it brings, not to mention the money you save on hotel bills! Campervanning doesn’t have to cost the earth and it’s accessible to everyone – I think that’s why it’s so popular nowadays.”

Campervan is available from WH Smiths, as a print version here, or download your digital copy of Campervan magazine here.

 

    

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