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Disabled people get caravan dream

Exeter charity Dream-A-Way has added a brand-new £40,000 caravan to the Devonshire coastline to help give people suffering from a disability or serious illness the holiday of a lifetime, according to the Exeter Express & Echo.

The ‘Gemini Dream’ caravan brings the charity’s fleet of specially-adapted caravans located at Haven Holidays’ Devon Cliffs centre at Sandy Bay to six, thanks to a donation from the Gemini Radio Trust.

Fifty guests attended the gala celebration of the new caravan, including many supporters of the Dream-A-Way charity who had either been helped themselves, or were parents who had their children treated to a holiday by the south western charity.

Charity chairman Jeff Merrett said as he thanked the Gemini Radio Trust: “We will be able to provide wonderful holidays here for people who truly deserve them.”

Charity patron Sir John Evans obviously knows the joy that holidaying in a caravan along the UK coast can bring. He commented: “If you look at the setting now, you will agree that the Mediterranean wouldn’t give you a better view. The caravan is in a wonderful spot.”

Anyone else who wants to sample the pleasures of Sandy Bay should make sure they take out comprehensive caravan insurance before they set out, to ensure that they can enjoy their dream holiday with total peace of mind.