Caravan Club

Series of short stories to mark the 100th anniversary of a British institution.

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20070806

Series of short stories to mark the 100th anniversary of a British institution.

1/5. Not Wanted On Voyage

By Sian Preece.

On a fractious family holiday, a young boy is charged with looking after his erratic grandfather.

Read by Grant O'Rourke.

20070807

Series of short stories to mark the 100th anniversary of a British institution.

2/5. Wayfaring Days

By Andrew Martin.

A boy holidaying in a well-appointed caravan park meets an eccentric hermit who prefers to travel without the mod cons.

Read by Mark McDonnell.

20070808

Series of short stories to mark the 100th anniversary of a British institution.

3/5. Just Like the Famous Five

By Anne Donovan.

A young Enid Blyton fan is thrilled to be going on a caravan holiday, just like her heroes. But will the reality of a week in a Scottish caravan park meet her expectations?

Read by Molly Innes.

20070809

Series of short stories to mark the 100th anniversary of a British institution.

4/5. Glad to be Alive

By Julia Langdon.

A lonely woman's life is changed forever when a boisterous family set up their caravan at the end of a quiet country lane.

Read by Irene MacDougall.

20070810

Series of short stories to mark the 100th anniversary of a British institution.

5/5. Freedom

By Patrick Gale.

The memories of three generations of a family are stirred by a shabby old caravan parked in an overgrown field.

Read by John Paul Hurley.

AR01Not Wanted On Voyage *2007080620090215

Series of short stories celebrating a British institution.

On a fractious family holiday, a young boy is charged with looking after his erratic grandfather.

By Sian Preece, read by Grant O'rourke.

On a fractious family holiday, a young boy is charged with looking after his grandfather.

By Sian Preece.

Read by Grant O'rourke

AR01Not Wanted On Voyage *2007080620090215

Series of short stories celebrating a British institution.

On a fractious family holiday, a young boy is charged with looking after his erratic grandfather.

By Sian Preece, read by Grant O'rourke.

On a fractious family holiday, a young boy is charged with looking after his grandfather.

By Sian Preece.

Read by Grant O'rourke

AR02Wayfaring Days *2007080720090222

Series of short stories celebrating a British institution.

A boy holidaying in a well-appointed caravan park meets an eccentric hermit who prefers to travel without mod cons.

By Andrew Martin, read by Mark McDonnell.

A boy holidaying in a well-appointed caravan park meets an eccentric hermit.

By Andrew Martin.

A boy holidaying in a well-appointed caravan park meets an eccentric hermit who prefers to travel without the mod cons.

Read by Mark McDonnell.

AR02Wayfaring Days *2007080720090222

Series of short stories celebrating a British institution.

A boy holidaying in a well-appointed caravan park meets an eccentric hermit who prefers to travel without mod cons.

By Andrew Martin, read by Mark McDonnell.

A boy holidaying in a well-appointed caravan park meets an eccentric hermit.

By Andrew Martin.

A boy holidaying in a well-appointed caravan park meets an eccentric hermit who prefers to travel without the mod cons.

Read by Mark McDonnell.

AR03Just Like The Famous Five20070808

By Anne Donovan.

A young Enid Blyton fan is thrilled to be going on a caravan holiday, just like her heroes.

But will the reality of a week in a Scottish caravan park meet her expectations?

Read by Molly Innes.

AR03Just Like The Famous Five20070808

By Anne Donovan.

A young Enid Blyton fan is thrilled to be going on a caravan holiday, just like her heroes.

But will the reality of a week in a Scottish caravan park meet her expectations?

Read by Molly Innes.

AR03Just Like The Famous Five2009031120090301

Series of short stories celebrating a British institution.

A young Enid Blyton fan is thrilled to be going on a caravan holiday, just like her heroes.

But will the reality of a week in a Scottish caravan park meet her expectations?

By Anne Donovan, read by Molly Innes.

A young Enid Blyton fan is thrilled to be going on a caravan holiday.

AR03Just Like The Famous Five2009031120090301

Series of short stories celebrating a British institution.

A young Enid Blyton fan is thrilled to be going on a caravan holiday, just like her heroes.

But will the reality of a week in a Scottish caravan park meet her expectations?

By Anne Donovan, read by Molly Innes.

A young Enid Blyton fan is thrilled to be going on a caravan holiday.

AR04Glad To Be Alive20070809

By Julia Langdon.

A lonely woman's life is changed forever when a boisterous family set up their caravan at the end of a quiet country lane.

Read by Irene MacDougall.

AR04Glad To Be Alive20070809

By Julia Langdon.

A lonely woman's life is changed forever when a boisterous family set up their caravan at the end of a quiet country lane.

Read by Irene MacDougall.

AR04Glad To Be Alive2009031920090308

Series of short stories celebrating a British institution.

A lonely woman's life is changed forever when a boisterous family set up their caravan at the end of a quiet country lane.

By Julia Langdon, read by Irene Macdougall.

A lonely woman's life is changed forever when a boisterous family set up their caravan.

AR04Glad To Be Alive2009031920090308

Series of short stories celebrating a British institution.

A lonely woman's life is changed forever when a boisterous family set up their caravan at the end of a quiet country lane.

By Julia Langdon, read by Irene Macdougall.

A lonely woman's life is changed forever when a boisterous family set up their caravan.

AR05 LASTFreedom20070810

By Patrick Gale.

The memories of three generations of a family are stirred by a shabby old caravan parked in an overgrown field.

Read by John Paul Hurley.

AR05 LASTFreedom20070810

By Patrick Gale.

The memories of three generations of a family are stirred by a shabby old caravan parked in an overgrown field.

Read by John Paul Hurley.

AR05 LASTFreedom2009032620090315

Series of short stories celebrating a British institution.

The memories of three generations of a family are stirred by a shabby old caravan parked in an overgrown field.

By Patrick Gale, read by John Paul Hurley.

The memories of three generations of a family are stirred by a shabby old caravan.

AR05 LASTFreedom2009032620090315

Series of short stories celebrating a British institution.

The memories of three generations of a family are stirred by a shabby old caravan parked in an overgrown field.

By Patrick Gale, read by John Paul Hurley.

The memories of three generations of a family are stirred by a shabby old caravan.