Club members

Are you in a club or an organisation with its own website? If you think that members could benefit from visiting our site, let us know. Write a brief description explaining who your club is for and what activities take place and we can arrange a reciprocal link. We’ll also give you a special code that will enable members to get a special "club discount" whenever they shop with RoadPro. To find out more, click here.

Motorhome & Caravan Clubs

The Camping & Caravanning Club

Known as the "friendly club", the Camping & Caravanning Club is one of the oldest clubs of its kind in the world.

 

The Caravan Club

Catering for caravanners & motorcaravanners, this is the largest club of its kind in the U.K.

 

Hymer Club International

As the name implies The HCI is a one make club catering only for Hymer owners. The membership is currently around 500; each membership usually being for a couple, meaning that there are around 1000 people in total.

The HCI holds an Exemption Certificate from the D.E.F.R.A. enabling us to hold rallies away from licensed campsites in Britain. Rallies are organised by members for members and there is a varied programme of events in different parts of Britain throughout the year. There are also occasional tours and rallies abroad. Spain, Germany, Belgium, Austria, Italy, Hungary, Scandinavia, Croatia and Slovenia and many areas of France have been the destinations in recent years.

A monthly newsletter is circulated to all members giving up to date information about the club’s programme and activities. The newsletter is also a useful forum for exchanging ideas and sharing "hints and wrinkles".

It is a very friendly club with a good cross section of people, all of whom enjoy meeting to share the common interests of motorcaravanning in general and Hymers in particular. If you would like more information please go to the club’s website.

 

 

Inland Waterway Clubs

The Inland Waterways Association

"Campaigning for the conservation, use, maintenance, restoration and development of the inland waterways"