Not sure if there is a wilcamping group set up for the Malvern show but I am in a group called white lion camping and caravan club which can get you a place for £61, Thursday - Monday all in inc show and entertainment. We need 2 or more vans to get a nice area to ourselves and closer to the arena if you fancy going. Great event. The Western Motorhome Show - Motorhome & Caravan Shows - Out and About Live please message me for more info. You get discount by being part of a group, and a bit more fun on the social side. - we need new friends lol. On site includes water, wc etc with good allocation of space between vans, not a bad deal at all, we went last year and it was fantastic.
Dogs need friends too
haha yes, plenty of dogs there. well we need one more van to make this a minimum of 5 vans to get group booking and discount etc. The show is really good if you never been to an event like this. 1st time for us last year and I was amazed how useful it was to see what is on the market, and eye up some gadgets. Then the evening bit was a bonus, and you can take your own booze in....they only check your guns...
The date fits perfectly for carrying on from the meet at Druridge Bay.
Yes perfect stop, should be a good show again this year.
in case you missed this when posted a while ago.
I've booked, surprised there's not more interest as it sounds great.
I do a lot of the shows ( just back from Newbury ) and agree with Wooie 1958 a lot of inconsiderate dog owners (and some considerate ones ) .I will be there but with the Tribby group.
We used to go, it was a good excuse for wild camping in the Malvern hills.
But not any more, itís OK if you want to look over vans or are interested in gas or solar systems, but nowadays most of the stalls sell unrelated, gimmicky crap.
Last time we went, 3 years ago, I was looking to buy a drain tap, no chance! But if I wanted a fluffy coat for a dog, plenty to choose from.
And as for grown adults playing cowboys & Indians, I find that rather sad. I got that out my system before my teens.
Britons were wild camping long before campsites, it's a basic human right.
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