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Campervan Betty at Cropredy

21st October 2019
Posted by Anne
Campervan Betty at Cropredy

Sue and David took vw campervan Betty to the Cropredy Music Festival and had a fantastic time. Cropredy is run by the band Fairport Convention. Sue’s words say it all:

Had a great time with Betty at Cropredy Music Festival. Despite wind and rain of biblical proportions we were assured of a warm, dry, snug bed on emerging from our wet weather gear after enjoying the music. Betty was admired and envied by fellow festival attendees, and was of eminently appropriate vintage for the event.  Sue and David

We would love to take one of or vans along to Cropredy. In fact Sue and David have already booked again for next year. Unfortunately Cropredy is the weekend after Beyond The Woods which is sponsored by Anne’s Vans. We help out at the event and the week after Beyond The Woods is mega busy with taking down the event infrastructure. We are sure Sue and David will have a great week, regardless of the weather.

Bookings are already going well for 2020 so if you are thinking of a funky trip in a vw camper van do get in touch.

Anne’s Vans is a Lincolnshire based vintage VW campervan hire business. Betty the yellow van is 1971 vintage VW T2 bay and Bertie a youngster in blue dates from 1978. Both are very well looked after and are currently in dry storage for over wintering. Each van has an optional awning which is really useful if you are spending a few days at a festival. Good expansion space. Bertie, as well as a full sized rock and roll bd can also sleep two small children, one in a bunk in the poptop and the other in a hammock stretched across the ron seats.

Our campervan depot is in the middle of Lincoln and is easily accessible by road, bus or rail. We are a short walk from the Lincoln transport hub and if you talk to us nicely one of us could meet you off your train or bus.

That’s all folks. Campervan hire page here. The featured image is of Sue and David standing in front of campervan Betty before heading off to Cropredy.

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