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Motor Caravan Tourism Organisation

This organisation was set up with the aim of promoting motorhome tourism in the UK. They lobby for the setting up of Camper Stops in the UK, based on the ones existing in Northern Ireland and Europe. See their Facebook page for their news and information about campaigns.

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Carmarthenshire Stopover!

Carmarthenshire Stopover!

Motorhome parking at Burry Port

UPDATE - 20/6/2018
This is no longer available, a 2m height barrier is being installed.

Redevelopment of part of the site is due to start shortly, we understand that consideration may be given to incorporating a motorhome parking facility as part of the redevelopment masterplan.



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Dorset Aire

We heard from the West Dorset District Council and Weymouth and Portland Borough Council Partnership that they were planning to introduce a pilot continental aire style facility in Weymouth.

Chris Graves, Head of Parking & Transport for the Partnership told us:

WPBC has approved continental style Aire point pilot to …

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Worcesteshire Stopovers

We understood that Malvern Hills District Council had introduced a new Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) that permitted motorhomes to park, and stay overnight, at two car parks in the district.

It was thought that motorhomes could now stay overnight in Upton upon Severn at the Hanley Road Car Park, and …

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