Bailey caravan competition winner announced

The prototype was on display at the NEC in Birmingham

Participants in the My Bailey Van Caravan Design Competition were today (October 14th) able to discover who had won the contest.

Mobile home specialist Bailey Caravans chose the International Caravan and Motorhome Show as the stage to unveil the Bailey Brambler.

Designed by Ian and Julia Bramble, the prototype model was on display at the event in Birmingham’s National Exhibition Centre, with visitors able to admire its “flexible layout” and “very well though-out design”.

Featuring two dedicated living and sleeping areas, as well as an L-shaped kitchen and a washroom, the caravan will be collected by the Brambles later this year.

They were presented with the keys by TV presenter Rowland Rivron and will be the only family in the UK to own the vehicle

Rivron himself launched the competition by unveiling his Ranger Rivron in February this year.

Earlier this year, the Bailey Pageant Bretagne Series 7 was awarded the title of Which Caravan Magazine Caravan of the Year.

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