The 9th annual Just Kampers Open Day is taking place 11th June at JK HQ in Odiham, Hampshire.This year’s event has even more attendees expected and a whole lot more happening at the show!
Camping will be available from Friday 10th June, and the camping will close on Sunday 12th June 2016, when all visitors will need to head on home.
There’s no charge for day visitors, and well behaved dogs are always welcome.
Camping Tickets are available online for £25. All money raised by the sale of tickets will be donated to Cancer Research UK to further their life-saving work.
A ticket covers one vehicle, or a tent and four people. Fresh water, toilets and showers will be provided. The camping field will close on Sunday 12th June, and all visitors will need to vacate.
JK Charity BBQ:
The ever-popular JK charity BBQ is back for another year. Burgers and cans of drink will be available for a small donation, and all the money will go to Cancer Research UK. This is another great way of raising money for charity, and it always makes up a huge contribution to the overall total raised over the weekend.
JK Camping Display:
Here’s your chance to get ‘hands on’ with the outstanding range of awnings, tents and camping products we stock. What better way to get a clear idea of which awning is right for you than to see the entire range set up in one place!
We’ll also have a whole host of brilliant offers across our whole camping range, so this is definitely worth stopping by for.
After their popularity over the last couple of years, the BugBar team will be returning once again! Based in Brighton, East Sussex, the Bugbar is a unique, chic and bespoke VW campervan conversion, which features a fully stocked bar and DJ booth.
The Association of British VW Clubs (ABVWC) is a national organisation, which was created in 1987 to serve independent owners clubs that cater fro all air & water-cooled Volkswagen models. The Association also welcomes clubs of all associated marques - Audi and Porsche, Seat and Skoda, NSU and DKW - with each Owners club retaining its own individuality, traditions and methods