Scottish Caravan and Camping Show promises Sprite, Bailey and Elddis models
The Scottish show will start on June 15th at Inverurie, near Aberdeen
Friday, 08, Jun 2012 09:13
by Tom Lowenstein
Caravanners north of the border are in for a treat this month when the Scottish Caravan and Camping Show returns to the Thainstone Centre in Inverurie, near Aberdeen.
The popular show was a great success in 2011 and will run from June 15th - 16th this year, with the show's organisers promising it will be bigger and better than ever before.
"We were determined to offer visitors even more this year," explained John Gregor, the show's team leader.
This year the show's main sponsor is Dyce Caravans - one of Scotland's leading caravan dealers - and the company will be representing Durham-based manufacturer Elddis alongside others such as Bailey and Sprite at the show.
"Last year's show was a great success, not only for us but the whole industry, and we are delighted to be involved again, especially as it is our 25th anniversary," revealed Kenneth Cumming, sales director at the company.
The show runs from 1pm until 9pm on Friday June 15th and from 9am until 4pm on Saturday 16th. Tickets for the day cost £6, or a two-day pass is £12, while under-fours go free. Parking at the 25-acre site is free.