Kate Taylor
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HAVE YOU STAYED ON A GOOD CAMPSITE

RECENTLY? IF SO, WE'D LOVE

TO HELP YOU TO TELL THE WORLD

EXACTLY HOW GOOD IT IS!

HAVE YOU STAYED ON A GOOD CAMPSITE

RECENTLY? IF SO, WE'D LOVE

TO HELP YOU TO TELL THE WORLD

EXACTLY HOW GOOD IT IS!

 

Just vote for your favourite campsite by clicking here to put it in the running for one of our coveted Practical Caravan & Practical Motorhome Top 100 Sites Awards for 2014.

 

You have until 31 October, 2013 to cast your votes.

 

CAMPSITES NEED TO REGISTER

Campsite owners need to register with the scheme in order to be included and we have all the information campsites need here.

 

Travel Editor Claudia Dowell explains what campsites need to do to take part in the scheme:

 

"Easter heralds the new touring season and as it gets underway, so does the voting for the Top 100 Sites 2014 awards scheme.

 

"Your guests will no doubt want to cast their votes in your direction to be included in the Top 100 Sites 2014 you need to register. This ensures that the details we hold for your site are correct and, should you be a finalist, they will appear in the guide accurately."

 

Small campsites have just as much chance of winning as larger sites, in this scheme, which takes account of the number of pitches. If you are a campsite owner, please click here to register.  Or if you prefer, you can print the form, fill it in the old fashioned way and post it to us!

practicalcaravan.com/printregform

 

Campsites are allowed to encourage visitors to cast their votes by putting this link on their own websites, emails and Facebook pages:

http://surveys.haymarket.com/s3/Top100-2014

 

 

Kate Taylor, 

Practical Motorhome,

28 March 2013

 

 

 

 


 

 

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