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  1. Crispin, There is only one reason we have responded the way we have, and that is simply because you have not complied with the terms of forum membership that you agreed to when joining this forum. To make this abundantly clear please read the following paragraph shown in the forum guidelines,"Commercial Content: There shall be no commercial content within an avatar or personal signature without prior permission from Admin. Caravan Talk reserve the right to include, or permit the inclusion of, limited commercial content anywhere on any forum it owns however commercial companies may not promote their own business without first submitting their contact details and registering as a trade member with Caravan Talk." We are more than happy to allow, even support, your venture providing you stay within the terms of forum membership. If you wish to apply for "Trade membership" you may do so by following this link. Admin.
  2. The thread can stay as long as members are respectful to each other. Admin
  3. Admin comment: We are currently in discussion regarding trade membership of Caravan Talk with a possible supplier of a collapsible water container for caravanners.
  4. Admin comment: Just for clarity Caravan Talk has not banned and there are no restrictions placed against your profile you so we suggest the fault may be at your end.
  5. Admin comment: Please read the forum rules before posting names. Thank you. "Negative Posts: Please avoid posting overly negative, aggressive or abusive comments about companies, organisations or individuals. Such posts will be removed, but ones taking a more subtle approach will probably remain, however naming and shaming is expressly forbidden. Both slander and libel are offences, and if you have a legitimate complaint, there are accepted routes through which these can be made. This forum is not one of them."
  6. Admin comment: Thank you for the links you provided by PM. While neither GPS or Gordon mentioned the company name themselves we note that Alde did and also took appropriate action to clarify that Southdowns Motorcaravans at the time were not acting on Alde's behalf. We will therefore reinstate the name into your opening post and while this thread relates to fridge components we understand that your comments are about the service and not the product so will move it back into Caravan Chat. Admin
  7. Maybe you would like to provide a link to these references in a PM. While we do not permit direct naming and shaming of any company, simple reference to them is perfectly acceptable. Admin
  8. Admin comment: Off topic comments removed
  9. Admin comment: A libellous comment has been removed from this thread together with all members' posts that responded to it. We take this opportunity to remind all members that such comments are not permitted under the terms of forum membership.
  10. Admin Comment: Following complaints we have looked at this thread and removed all posts from two members who repeatedly argue, whatever the subject. Sorry but this topic is now closed to further discussion.
  11. Admin Comment: While we accept that you may have cause for complaint, the subject of altered invoices has been discussed at length elsewhere on Caravan Talk, and flooding the forum as you have, is not the best way to resolve problems or gain the respect of other members. Note we have removed the name of the dealership. See T&Cs regarding naming and shaming)
  12. For information only here in alphabetical order is a list of ferry companies with links to their websites. Brittany Ferries - Ferry services to France. Caledonian MacBrayne (CalMac) - Hebridean and Clyde ferries in Scotland. Color Line - Ferries between Denmark, Norway and Germany. Condor Ferries - Ferry services to France & the Channel Islands. DFDS Seaways - Ferry services to Holland, Denmark, Norway & Sweden. Fastnet Ferries - Ferry services to Ireland between Swansea and Cork. Fjord Line UK - Ferries to Norway. Irish Ferries - Ferry services to Ireland. Northlink - Ferry services Orkney and Shetland. P&O - Ferry services to Holland, France, Spain & Ireland MyFerryLink - Ferry services to France. Smyril Line - Ferry services to Shetland, Faroes, Norway & Iceland. Stena Line - Ferry services to Holland & Ireland. Swansea Cork Ferries - Ferries to Ireland. http://www. aferry. co. uk - Price comparison site for all ferry prices Caravan Talk does not guarantee the validity or security of any website shown above.
  13. The Royal Cornwall Showground Caravan & Motorhome Show Come and see all the latest designs & new models for 2017. You will be able to speak to your local dealers for any advice or questions you may have. Whether you are just starting out or an experienced camper you will be spoilt for choice. If you are already booked in, we look forward to seeing you! Show starts on Friday 7th July until Sunday 9th July 2017. http://mailchi. mp/appletree-exhibitions/come-and-camp-at-the-caravan-motorhome-show-stratford-racecourse-1128149?e=9307c86620
  14. Admin comment: Numerous argumentative posts (together with any that have quoted them) have been removed from this thread following complaints. Please remember that while discussion is encouraged, bickering and points scoring is certainly not. This thread relates to taking care around Calais for those travelling through the area, and is not a platform for political discussion about immigration. Admin
  15. TICKETS ON SALE NOW FOR THE UK’S LARGEST LEISURE VEHICLE SHOW Tickets for the Motorhome and Caravan Show 2017, to be held at Birmingham’s NEC from 17 to 22 October, are now available online at www. mcshow. co. uk and by phone on 0844 873 7333. The UK’s largest leisure vehicle show features more than 700 motorhomes and caravans from major manufacturers, dealers and specialists alongside campervans and trailer tents. New products and range launches for the 2017/2018 season are displayed together with caravan holiday homes, lodges and every accessory needed for holidays and leisure time outdoors. The Motorhome and Caravan Show 2017 covers 11 halls of the NEC in Birmingham. New products are officially launched daily, and feature areas include new-for-2017 attractions; entertainment in the LIVE Theatre includes presentations and demonstrations from celebrities, adventurers and travel and industry experts. The Woodland Trust returns to the show, joining The Caravan and Motorhome Club and The Camping and Caravanning Club as official show partners. Black Horse Finance, the headline show sponsor, provides specialist support to caravan and motorhome owners looking for advice and finance options on their next leisure vehicle purchase. Recognised as the industry’s launchpad for next year’s holiday season, the show attracts around 100,000 visitors, reflecting the UK’s buoyant market for both caravans and motorhomes. Jenny Summers, Group Marketing Director of The NCC commented: “The leisure vehicle industry enjoyed significant sales last year, with the trend continuing into 2017 and a bright outlook. The October show promises exciting launches from caravan and motorhome manufacturers and dealers, which continue to invest in new products for a strong market.” Advance ticket prices* start from £8. 50, with children under 16 entering free.
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