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WHETHER YOU LIKE touring with your precious pooch or catching up on caravan history, here are some gift ideas to inspire you

WHETHER YOU LIKE touring with your precious pooch or catching up on caravan history, here are some gift ideas to inspire you

 

 

Make the most of your trips with a National Trust membership

You'll be able to visit hundreds of National Trust properties across England, Wales and Northern Ireland more economically. From historic properties to country estates, this is a great way to explore the UK.

Practical Caravan Christmas gift guide 2012 National Trust membership package makes a great gift

 














 

From £39.75

For Gift memberships call: 0844 800 1895 or visit www.nationaltrust.org.uk


Tour with the whole family

There's no need to leave your pets at home, because this pet bed will keep them warm and cosy, while your upholstery won't be covered in fur. Easy to clean and eco-friendly, wherever you spend your Christmas, this pet bed means your best friend can come too.

Practical Caravan Christmas gift guide 2012 K&H Thermal bedding from Rosewood Pet

 

£29.99

www.rosewoodpet.com

 

 

Wrap up warm for country walks

This luxurious faux fur range is a great insulator, plus it is soft and versatile so that you can get on with walking or setting up your van whilst staying warm. The tippet scarf is easy to wear, comes in a wide range of colours as well as different styles, designed and manufactured by Moore and Moore in Devon.

Practical Caravan Magazine Christmas gift guide 2012 Your Life Your Style Moor and Moore faux fur tippet scarf in treacle

£34.50

 

www.yourlifeyourstyle.co.uk

 

Practical Caravan Magazine Christmas gift guide 2012 Your Life Your Style Moore and Moore faux fur tippet scarf

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Curl up with a great read

'British Caravans Volume 1: Makes founded before World War ||', written by Roger Ellesmere in association with The Caravan Club, is a well researched step back in time. It basks in caravanning history, showing how design and use have progressed.  

£35

www.herridgeandsons.com

 

Practical Caravan Gift Guide 2012. British Caravans volume 1 by R. Ellesmere

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bryony Symes

 

November 2012

 

 

 

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