LED Level by ‘pitchperfect’ 

Pitching your caravan level is important for a number of reasons: Many caravan fridges will not work if tilted Full water drainage from shower trays and sinks requires a level vehicle Who wants to sleep on a slope? You fit more wine in a level glass Invariably, your tool for the job will be a... Continue Reading →

Muggi

A little sceptical when I first saw this but always willing to give the benefit of doubt.  Muggi is simply a drinks carrier, or is it? Designed and manufactured in the UK. Made from strong and durable plastic, Muggi is a perfectly made drinks carrier or a carrier for anything that will fit in it.... Continue Reading →

Sent to Coventry (for an Awning)

Arrived on site at Makins Fishery near Nuneaton, just as the heavens opened with biblical force. Pitched up very quickly, nose on to a beautiful fishing lake. Beautiful even in a downpour. The rain continued throughout the day and into the evening. Noah, a fisherman down on the banks started playing with wood as wild... Continue Reading →

The New Bailey Unicorn – Launch Event

Having been invited across to Swindon for the Bailey of Bristol 4th generation Unicorn launch we are heading on a mixture of motorway and countryside roads. I silently curse myself as the sky gets greyer and greyer the nearer we get.  Always a lover of looking inside different caravans,  I'm excited by today. I'm more... Continue Reading →

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