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  1. Abbey Caravan Club

    The Abbey Caravan Club is open to all makes of caravan or motorhome and you will be assured a warm welcome when you attend an Abbey Caravan Club rally.

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  2. ACCEO

    ACCEO is the Association of Caravan and Camping Exempted Organisations and represents nearly 200 Caravan and Camping Clubs who hold a Certificate of Exemption from the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Activities (Defra) An elected Committee runs the Organisation on behalf of the member Clubs.

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  3. American Auto Club (UK)

    As a member of The American Auto Club UK you will reap the many benefits that only an association such as the AAC UK can offer to it’s members

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  4. Auto-Sleeper Owners Club

    The Auto-Sleeper Owners’ Club (ASOC) is the largest single-make motorhome club and is only open to current owners of Auto Sleeper motorhomes. These motorhomes are built by Auto-Sleepers Limited.

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  5. Autohomes Owners Association

    The Autohomes Owners association is currently being re vamped. all memberships are now free, however you must adhere to the former rules of membership.

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  6. Avondale Owners Caravan Club

    Formed in 1984 by a group of enthusiastic caravanners, the club initially operated as a club for owners of touring caravans and motorhomes manufactured by Avondale Coachcraft Ltd.

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  7. Bailey Owners Club

    The Club is a friendly, independent and helpful club for anyone who wants to make the best use of their Bailey caravan or motorhome.

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  8. Bambi Owners Club

    When the Rascal van went into production in 1986, Iain Macpherson, the chairman of Autohomes, was invited to view it, along with other Motorcaravan manufacturers.

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  9. Baptist Caravan Fellowship

    Although titled ‘The Baptist Caravan Fellowship’, reflecting its roots, the BCF is now considered an ecumenical organisation in it’s spread of membership and amongst the church families who invite our assistance.

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