THE 2016 CARAVAN EXTRAVAGANZA WEEKEND
The show at The Lawns in Cottingham, near Hull, generally features
more than 130 new touring caravans and about 150 caravan holiday-homes
and park homes from most of the major British manufacturers.
Lawns Show - The Caravan Extravaganza Weekend - Please click here for details.
3rd and 4th September
Cottingham, near Hull HU16 5SQ
[admission: £3 per person and £7 per family - Free Parking]
at The Lawns, Harland Way, Cottingham, East Yorkshire HU16 5SQ
open from 9am to 5pm each day
admission: £3 per person, £7 per family
(dogs admitted but must be on a lead on the showground)
THE annual Caravan Extravaganza Weekend at The Lawns in Cottingham, run by the Hull and East Riding of Yorkshire Caravan Manufacturers’ Association (HERCMA), is one of Britain’s biggest caravan exhibitions in the UK and is the first place where members of the public can view the new season’s models.
More than 22,000 visitors from all across the UK are expected to attend the two-day event in the University of Hull’s grounds.
In addition to more than 140 touring caravans, about 160 caravan holiday homes, lodges and park home will be on show from most of the country’s leading names, many of them based in East Yorkshire.
Close to 50 other companies and organisations will display products and feature services ranging from awnings to decking, verandahs and motor movers, plus finance and insurance, security products and almost every kind of accessory associated with caravanning.
There’s something for everyone, so if you are looking to buy a new caravan or just want something to use in or outside one, or looking for great places to stay, this is the place to go.
In addition to the well-stocked accessory shop run by Catterick Caravans, many dealerships such as Kenmore Caravans, Robinsons Caravans, Wandahome Knottingley, Wandahome South Cave, Yorkshire Caravans, Yorkshire Coast Caravans and Catterick Caravans will have their own outdoor stands while representatives from many other dealers will be available to talk to on the stands of various manufacturers.
The two major clubs – The Caravan Club and The Camping and Caravanning Club – will have their display units and the two trade associations for the industry, the National Caravan Council and the British Holiday and Home Parks Association, will be providing information from their central marquees.
To keep the youngsters occupied, there will be a small funfair, face painting and balloon modellers; in addition there will be live music with both a jazz band and a leading brass band entertaining the crowds.
A free show guide is also given out to all visitors to help them find their way around the huge showground.
Full details can be found on the website,www.lawnsandbeaulieushows.com.