Expand the gallery to view photos of the award winners receiving their prizes from David Hancock (Co-ordinator of the AA Caravan & Camping Scheme) at Norton Park Hotel.
Image 1/12: Leslie and Ralph Shell from Drumroamin Farm Camping & Touring Site, AA Small Campsite of the Year
Image 2/12: Andrew and Judith Blois, Daniel Brousson and Georgina Harrison from Haw Wood Farm Caravan Park, Most Improved Campsite
Image 3/12: Geoffrey Smith, Anna King, Andrew Brandwood & Amanda Bennett from Rockley Park, AA Holiday Centre of the Year
Image 4/12: Kate Smallwood and Ashley Mullins from Durrell Wildlife Camp, AA Glamping Site of the Year
Image 5/12: James, Jill and Joshua Jackson from Castlerigg Hall Caravan & Camping Park, AA Campsite of the Year for North West England
Image 6/12: Rachel and Tom turner from Padstow Touring Park, AA Campsite of the Year for South West England
Image 7/12: Helen and Jonathan Hill from Cote Ghyll Caravan & Camping Park, AA Campsite of the Year for North East England
Image 8/12: Winners from Sumners Ponds Fishery and Campsite, AA Campsite of the Year for South East England
Image 9/12: Tiggy and David Moore from The Old Brick Kilns, AA Campsite of the Year for Heart of England
Image 10/12: Katie and George Barstow from Fforest Fields Caravan & Camping Park, AA Campsite of the Year for Wales
Image 11/12: Chris and Dianne Stockdale and Terry and Lindsey Fletcher from Vale of Pickering Caravan Park, AA Campsite of the Year for England and overall winner
Image 12/12: Winners of the C&C Awards 2017—18 with their awards
Note: Blair Castle Caravan Park is the of the AA Campsite of the Year for Scotland but the winners were unable to attend the award ceremony.
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