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National Trust Plan for Motorhome Stopovers

National Trust Plan for Motorhome Stopovers

Following a social media and email campaign requesting that the National Trust should permit motorhomes and campervans to stay overnight where possible, they have said that they will be considering allowing campervan and motorhome overnight stays at some of their sites.

Details are limited at the moment but, following reports of this …

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CAMpRA - Campaigning for aires in the UK

 CAMpRA - Campaigning for aires in the UK

A new organisation, Campaign for Real Aires (CAMpRA), has been formed to campaign for the creation of 'aires' in the UK.

What are aires?

The term is taken from the French 'aire de camping-car' meaning a stopping place for campervans and motorhomes.

Motorhome stopovers, or aires, exist across Europe, often established …

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New Motorhome Overnight Parking Provision in Fife

New Motorhome Overnight Parking Provision in Fife

Following the occasional seasonal over use, by motorhome and campervans, of some public car parks in Fife, the Fife Coast & Countryside Trust last year (2019) produced a consultation paper giving background information, identifying the issues, and providing proposals for the management of what they term "Freedom Camping". 

The …

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