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Unread 10th April 2014   #1
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First Ever Camping and Caravanning Road Atlas

Philip's Partners with the Club to Publish First Ever Camping and Caravanning Road Atlas

Philip’s, the Map and Atlas Publisher, is delighted to announce that the first edition of the Navigator Camping and Caravanning Atlas of Britain has been published, in association with The Camping and Caravanning Club.

The Navigator Camping and Caravanning Atlas of Britain is based on Philip’s famous Navigator 1:100,000 scale mapping, the most detailed road mapping of Britain, including detail down to farm track level.

Over 3,000 sites operated or recommended by The Camping and Caravanning Club are located on the maps – plus details of over 6,000 bridges restricted by width, height or weight, which is essential information when travelling in a motorhome or towing a caravan.

Robert Louden MBE, Director General of The Camping and Caravanning Club, said “We are delighted to be working with Philip’s to bring this ground-breaking atlas to our members – in fact to all caravanners and campers.

“We are convinced that the quality and detail of the information on offer will make it indispensable.”

Stephen Mesquita, Publisher of Philip’s, added “The Philip’s Navigator range is now the best-selling series of atlases in the UK market* – and the addition of this unique atlas will make the range a must-have for all caravanners, campers and motorhome owners.”

The Navigator Camping and Caravanning Atlas is available now from: www.myccc.co.uk/atlas



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hi that looks a great book it might help people who just rely on there sat navs only cheers .tom
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Well my G used to rely on me...and that got us into lots of trouble but it does look good...depends on how small the pages are..some are so bad I need double strength glasses to read directions...x

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