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Share the Outdoors

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Camping & Caravanning magazine has launched a new campaign.

Share the Outdoors aims to encourage people to get active outdoors, to try something new and to get them to persuade friends and family to join in too.

The purpose of the campaign is to highlight the health and emotional benefits of being outside and enjoying an outdoor pursuit.

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Stuart Kidman is the magazine's Deputy Editor. He has been a journalist for ten years, writing for local newspapers before joining the Club in 2009. He loves camping and enjoys nothing better than trekking off into the wilderness to 'rough it' for a couple of nights.

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‘Chocs’ away for Easter fun!

Ted and I can’t wait for the clocks to go forward at the end of this month… lighter evenings mean longer walks!

I’ve not been well over the winter and my very nice vet diagnosed me with hypothyroidism, which led to my fur falling out and left me feeling very lethargic. I am now told that my patchy coat makes me look like a Gloucester Old Spot pig!

M&TBird beachHowever, I shall take these remarks on the chin because the tablets the vet prescribed have given me a new lease of life - the maid and chauffeur seem very jealous of my boundless energy. So I’m now raring to go on our 2015 travels, and with Easter just around the corner it seems the perfect time to check out what’s happening between now and then.

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Travelling terrier Ted, together with his maid and chauffeur, visit campsites around the UK with Milly the caravan in tow. Ted offers tips for places to stay and shares some of his holiday capers.

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Fancy a trip to the beach?

It seems this long and drawn-out winter is finally ending.

Icy blasts and temperatures hovering around freezing seem to have been the norm since November, so I’ve been cheering myself up by checking out some of the UK’s top beaches as rated by contributors to TripAdvisor and reminding myself of long summer days by the sea.

Nairn BeachAnd I’m delighted that, although my little paws have felt the soft sand of several of them, there are still lots of brilliant beaches to check out this year.

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Travelling terrier Ted, together with his maid and chauffeur, visit campsites around the UK with Milly the caravan in tow. Ted offers tips for places to stay and shares some of his holiday capers.

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