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Bristol Motorhome & Caravan Show takes off at the Bristol Balloon Fiesta

Bristol Motorhome and Caravan ShowThere has been overwhelming support for the newly launched Bristol Motorhome & Caravan Show being held on the 9 to 12 August 2018 at the heart of the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta at Ashton Court Estate, Bristol. Endorsed by the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta, this four-day show will put motorhomes, caravans and camping products, systems and services in front of serious campers and more than 500,000 visitors to the Balloon Fiesta. 

 As well as a number of leading motorhome and caravan dealers such as Brakes Motor Company,  Danbury MotorCaravans and Southwest Motorhomes there is huge array of accessory and camping suppliers, including A2B Shop, BBQplus, Belmont Leisure, Britstops, Cadac, Camper Life, CycloSsage, DRW Electronics, e-Ranger, Espokes, Falcon Technical, Flint & Flame, GB Motorhomes, Giso Microfibre, iKamper, K9Gates, Leisure Bedding, MB Campers, Motorhome WiFi, Parrotsol Leisure Products, Powered Bicycles, Runners Retreat, Seahopper, Shawbury Wine, The Motorhome Holiday Company, The Other Space, This & That, Towbars & Vehicle Extras, Venter Trailers, Wind Art and WorldofMotorhomes.com. The Camping & Caravanning Club and Motor Caravanners Club will also be running various competitions and demonstrations at the Show.

 The Bristol International Balloon Fiesta is Europe’s largest annual meeting of hot air balloons, attracting over 130 Hot Air Balloons from across the globe. The Bristol Motorhome & Caravan Show is being organised by Carnah, who have a strong track record of delivering highly successful consumer shows including the Northern Boat Show in Liverpool and the Western Boat Show in Bristol.

Richard Milbourn, Event Director of the new show said, “The Balloon Fiesta is an amazing spectacle at the start and end of the day and our Show will provide lots of interest and entertainment between balloon flights for the huge audience descending on Ashton Court Estate. Milbourn added, “this is one of the UK’s biggest free festivals and great fun for people of all ages.”

 Held over four days in August at Ashton Court Estate, both the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta and Bristol Motorhome & Caravan Show will have free entry with the only charges being made for on-site parking.  Pre-registration is now open for visitors to claim free tickets to the Show at www.bristolmotorhomeandcaravanshow.co.ukexternal link

 Whatever type of motorhome, caravan or camping product or service you are looking for, the Bristol Motorhome & Caravan Show is the perfect place to start your search. Further details at www.bristolmotorhomeandcaravanshow.co.ukexternal link

IMPORTANT: There is NO parking for caravans and large motorhomes at the show, car and small campervan parking is booked in advance, see the show website.

The official campsite for the show is nearby, at Kingcott Farm. the show venue is a 20 - 30 minute walk from the campsite. Camping is available from 4pm on Wednesday 8 August until 10am on Monday 13 August, motorhome and caravan pitches are £100 for the full 5 nights. Full details and booking here: https://www.pillow.co.uk/bristol-international-balloon-fiesta-camping-glamping/quiet-zone-or-family-zone-camping-pitches-at-bristol-balloon-fiesta/external link

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