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Keep Mosquitos And Insects At Bay

Posted in Camping Tips / FAQs / How To on 18th February 2019

Author - James Coplin

World of Camping have put together a list of hints and tips to try and make your camping holiday about you and your family enjoying the great outdoors as opposed to be scared to go out in it!

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Prepare your Caravan for the Season

Posted in Camping Tips / Motorhomes & Caravans on 1st February 2019

Author - James Coplin

So you packed your caravan away in storage, on your drive or down the end of your garden at the end of September after your last weekend away when the chills started to come in, now the evenings are getting lighter it may be time to start thinking about preparing it for that first outing […]

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Camping Checklist

Camping Checklist

Posted in Camping Tips / FAQs on 9th January 2019

Author - James Coplin

  Everybodies camping checklist will be different. This will obviously depend on the individual and whether it’s a backpacking trip, a festival or a general family camping holiday. As the latter is the most common we’ll focus on the main things you may need for a family camping trip and you can decide for yourself […]

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My Tent Fabric is torn – Is it Ruined?

Posted in Camping Tips / FAQs on 7th January 2019

Author - James Coplin

It’s a common question. The very nature of camping is that it’s a DIY holiday. This can be the most enriching and enjoyable aspect for some, but for others this can be a nightmare of split poles and stray poles poking through your brand new tent fabric because you’ve got a little bit impatient trying […]

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Camping Equipment Christmas Ideas

Posted in Camping Tips / Great Deals & Special Offers / News & Reviews on 17th December 2018

Author - James Coplin

December may not be the time of year most people have camping on their minds. However with Christmas on the way there’s plenty of items of camping equipment that will double up as great stocking fillers. At this time of year too there’s heaps of clearance bargains out there too. So if you’ve got a […]

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How do I attach a Drive Away Awning to my Van?

Posted in Camping Tips / FAQs / How To / Motorhomes & Caravans on 7th December 2018

Author - James Coplin

If you have a Campervan or Motorhome and want to add an extra bit of living space at the campsite then you need a Drive Away Awning. A Drive Away Awning is really just a tent with a small tunnel attached which fixes onto your vehicle, usually by means of a beaded strip which you […]

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Carbon Monoxide – Stay safe on the Campsite

Posted in Camping Tips / FAQs / How To / Motorhomes & Caravans on 30th November 2018

Author - James Coplin

Part of the fun of a camping trip and staying self sufficient is cooking your own food. Done responsibly this is no more dangerous than it is at home, but there are a few dangers to look out for to make sure you get no more ill side effects than indigestion from eating too much […]

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Chaheati – The Heated Camping Chair

Posted in Great Deals & Special Offers on 11th May 2018

Author - James Coplin

The problem with sitting around your camp in the evening is that as the evening draws in but the chat keeps going the chill tends to set in. With a lot of campsites these days not allowing campfires for the dreaded health and safety it can be a bit chilly sat there with your glass […]

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Are my poles covered under warranty?

Posted in Camping Tips / FAQs / How To on 27th April 2018

Author - James Coplin

You’ve got your new tent out at the campsite, tipped it all out of the bag and you’re hurriedly putting all the poles together to thread through the sleeves. You’ve got a pole all the way through the sleeve without ripping it, got one of the Ring and Pins in one end, now for the […]

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Condensation or leak

When should I re-proof my Tent?

Posted in Camping Tips / FAQs / How To on 20th April 2018

Author - James Coplin

All new polyester tents, caravan awnings and driveaway awnings come with pre applied waterproofing on the fabric. The amount of waterproofing is officially defined by the Hydrostatic Head rating it has been given. In simple terms the higher the HH rating, the longer your tent should stay waterproof for before it needs re-proofing. The protective […]

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