The date for this year’s National Camping and Caravanning Week (NCCW) has been announced and will be held from May 31st to June 6th.
Celebrated annually, the event is hosted by the Camping and Caravanning Club, which allocates specific themes to focus on.
For the 2021 edition, the themes are newcomers and freedom, which are particularly pertinent in a world that has been restricted so long and a market that is welcoming many newbies to camping and caravanning.
Michelle Jewell, of the Camping and Caravanning Club, said: “We’re confident this year is going to be a great one for the camping and caravanning industry, as people look to enjoy some much-needed time away from home in the fresh air.
“National Camping and Caravanning Week is all about celebrating everything to do with our great pastime, and because in the past year we have seen so many people enjoy camping for the first time – or rediscover it – we want to provide lots of helpful tips and inspiration for future camping adventures.”
Caravanners can use the event to gain expert knowledge from the Club’s technical team; get involved with competitions to win kit and accessories; or register for a camping experience at the Drayton Manor site in Staffordshire.
Aimed at families who are new to camping, the Drayton Manor opportunity will be a great introduction for those who have never stayed under canvas or in a caravan before.
The Camping and Caravanning Club was founded in 1901 and has grown to have more than half a million members.
Its calendar of events throughout the year helps to make staying in the great outdoors more accessible for everyone.
The Club has been running NCCW since the year 2000 and it has proved popular with caravanners.