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Where to buy an awning?

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I have a Bailey Pageant Auvgene 1995 caravan and would like a awning weather fixed or blow up can anyone advise me where to purchase one Thank you

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Welcome.

eBay or Gumtree for used.

Any caravan dealer, sales place etc or online or any advert in a caravan magazine for new.

Do you want a porch awning or a full awning - If full, make sure you know the length first. Ground to ground through the awning rail and measured in cms.

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You don’t say where you live, but Glossop Caravans are really good for awnings 

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Renishaw caravan accessories at Clay Cross in Derbyshire have a good selection, and are helpful in my experience.  They trade on the internet as Discount Awnings.   

Nanamel

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2 hours ago, MalH said:

You don’t say where you live, but Glossop Caravans are really good for awnings 

Glossop sell used awnings too.

I bought my first from e-bay and saved hundreds of pounds. It was second hand.

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3 hours ago, MalH said:

You don’t say where you live, but Glossop Caravans are really good for awnings 

Her profile says Derbyshire

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If you are in the market for a new awning, and you don't mind waiting for a while, it's a good idea to go to one of the larger caravan shows.  There you'll be able to compare all of the different brands and models and perhaps secure a show discount - we did, they even threw in a couple of folding chairs!

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10 hours ago, alan29 said:

Glossop sell used awnings too.

I bought my first from e-bay and saved hundreds of pounds. It was second hand.

 

Anecdotally, they are awash with used awnings, so much so that they're reluctant to do any trade-ins at the moment, so you could pick up a decent bargain.

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1 hour ago, MalH said:

 

Anecdotally, they are awash with used awnings, so much so that they're reluctant to do any trade-ins at the moment, so you could pick up a decent bargain.

Good advice,our local dealers much the same.

Geoff

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