Festive club offers free Xmas trees to campers
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Forest Holidays Camping and Caravanning will be giving a winter campers a sleigh-load of extra Christmas cheer this holiday season, with a festive gift for visitors in the lead-up to December 25th.

Those staying at parks in Setthorns, Spiers House, Thorpe, Postern Hill, Beddgelert, Christchurch, Ardgartan and Glenmore during the wintery period will be given tiny Christmas trees by the Camping and Caravanning Club, to add a little Yuletide to their campsite.

Apparently, the saplings are symbolic for an enhanced appreciation of the natural world and commitment to preserve the environment, according to Camping & Caravanning Club products manager Kerry Bhella.

"Camping over the festive period is a magical experience and there's no better way to really get into the spirit of things than by pitching up under real Christmas trees.

"We would encourage everyone to give it a go - it's the perfect time to recharge your batteries, spend time with loved ones and experience the true beauty of the great outdoors," she added.

In addition, the Camping and Caravanning Club has announced a seasonal package of three nights on a serviced pitch at its Teversal site in Nottinghamshire, with a trip to Lincoln Christmas Market included, for £40 per person.

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