Alternatives to awnings

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  1. MARY says:

    We have a wind out Fiamma awning (with storm straps), we also have a porch awning which allows us to spill out and protect us from weather, the one problem with these awnings is wind. The porch awning is pretty durable in a storm (although we did take it down over storm Bella at Christmas!), but not the wind out Fiamma (similar to the first two above). I’ve seen the side of a van ripped off with wind blowing the awning, so suggest you never leave it out whilst unattended!
    We find both of these ideal. We also take a small beach shelter to pitch beside the van which will house a bike and wet clothes, muddy boots etc (£20 from Lidl!)

  2. Cecilia Dickinson says:

    Very informative – especially if your van does not have a built-in rail like our first van – we found the pop-up gazebo type easiest to use. Thanks!

  3. Arshad says:

    Very informative, and gives you an insight of things instead of going blind

  4. richard Braithwaite says:

    Very nice wait till Storm Francis or like Were do you put these Then ?

  5. jim says:

    5* I always look forward to these revues they are so informative and useful


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