Rob Ganley
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Visit our website every day this week for our special Motorhome and Caravan Show live reports. The Show runs from 11-16 October at Birmingham's NEC, and every day here on our website we’ll upload news stories, exclusive video interviews with key dealers and with the manufacturers behind these new models. We’ll also have lively blogs from our writers on the most interesting events – so be sure to check-in every day.

Visit our website every day this week for our special Motorhome and Caravan Show live reports.

 

The Show runs from 11-16 October at Birmingham's NEC, and every day here on our website we’ll upload news stories, exclusive video interviews with key dealers and with the manufacturers behind these new models. We’ll also have lively blogs from our writers on the most interesting events – so be sure to check-in every day.

 

Those of you who’ve followed our reports and reviews of Bailey’s first motorhomes, both online and in the magazine lately, will know the Bristol firm is set to launch its first motorhome line-up to the public at the show.

 

We’ve spent this morning on their stand getting first impressions from showgoers. Find out what they think of the Approach 740 SE and the Approach 760 SE, and take a look at our own Gentleman Jack’s exclusive video reviews of both ’vans.

 

The show is also the first chance for the public to see all the new 2012-season motorhomes from all the industry’s big names. For a sneak preview of these, check out our report, plus our exclusive preview videos of the Swift Group’s all-new Bolero and Kon-Tiki.

 

Finally, if you’re coming along to the show, be sure to visit us at our stand (Hall 20, stand 36), where we’ll be giving away a pair of Milenco Quattro levelling ramps every day in our special prize draw.

 

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