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Two weeks until the National Motorhome Show 2016!

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The UK’s leading outdoor Motorhome Show returns to the East of England Showground later this month.

If you missed the booking deadline for camping pitches, don’t worry you can still pay on arrival and stay in the general or disabled areas. Prices include four nights of entertainment or if you fancy it there are still a few tickets left for the main entertainment on Saturday evening. (Brian Conley, Heatwave and Clem Curtis & The Foundations)

Thursday – Monday - £60.00
Friday – Monday - £57.00
Headline Entertainment Tickets - Adults: £17.00, Children £8.50

Show Visitors can expect a huge exhibition area showcasing over 250 exhibitors, more than 800 new and used models and 1000’s of accessories. There will also be over fifteen luxury lodges on show for those interested in the park home lifestyle.

New for this year is ‘Living the dream in 2016,’ a display of luxurious motorhomes starting at the £40,000 budget, all the way up to £200,000. If you’d love a sneaky peek, the display will be sited as you leave the atrium on the left hand side. Check your showguide on arrival for the exact location.

Finally, for those of you new to the hobby or looking to pick up some handy tips don’t forget the MMM seminars in the Cambridge Suite. Times are as follows:

Friday 15th April
11am – Dave Hurrell – Buying your first motorhome
Noon – Ali Kingston – Planning a first-time motorhome tour abroad
1pm – Clive Mott – The one essential you need to survive without hook-up
2pm – Nick Fisher – Simple Fiat Ducato service and maintenance tips

Saturday 16th April
11am – Dave Hurrell – Buying your first motorhome
Noon – Ali Kingston – Planning a first-time motorhome tour abroad
1pm – Vic Quayle – Planning the motorhome trip of a lifetime
2pm – Clive Mott – The one essential you need to survive without hook-up

If you’re planning to visit the show as a day visitor, entry is £8.00 per adult, and free for children. This includes free parking and a free showguide. The exhibition area opens at 9.30am and closes at 5.00pm (4.30pm Sunday)

If you have any questions please click here or call the office on 01778 391123.

We look forward to seeing you at the 26th National Motorhome Show!

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