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Welcome to the Sterling Caravan Owners Club

The Clubs origins go back to 1959 when it was formally known as the Sprite Caravan Owners Club. It underwent a Club name change in 1996 to become known as it is today as the Sterling Caravan Owners Club.

2005 brought new beginnings for the Club with the launch of the New Sprite range. Happy memories were rekindled as the Clubs origins stem from the Sprite Caravans which were originally made at Newmarket in Suffolk. The Club welcomed back the arrival of our old friend the Sprite Caravan and with it new Sprite members joined new and existing Sterling members to swell the total Club membership.

Whilst Club membership has fluctuated in recent years, currently the Club is on the up and it is pleasing to report appears to be going from strength to strength.

The Club is divided geographically into 8 areas which cover the entire United Kingdom. Over 100 rallies are being held this year within the 8 areas, these in turn provide members with the opportunity to visit other parts of the country whilst at the same time participating in the fun, friendship and enjoyment of attending a Club rally. Our rallies vary from organised weekends full of many varied social activities to more quieter weekends for those members who prefer to sit, relax and just enjoy the beautiful peaceful local countryside.

The Club organises holiday rallies to suit everyone's personal preferences, including a mix of long and short term holiday rallies both at home and abroad. During the past 7 years the Club has visited Holland, Germany, France & Ireland.

The highlight of the Club rallying year is the National Rally which is hosted each late Spring Bank Holiday by one of our 8 areas. This year, 2016, the event is being hosted by the NDC & Scottish Area’s at Corbridge Northumberland. The full participation and enjoyment of all those in attendance each year is always guaranteed.

Each of our areas supports a local charity of their choice throughout a given year. Through this involvement members of the Sterling Club always strive to help others less fortunate than themselves.

Whatever your personal preferences might be in the world of caravanning, potential new members can always be assured of a warm welcome to any Club rally. Full details of the Clubs programme of events can be found on the Rallies page

The membership to the Club costs just over 34p per week. So if what you have read interests you and entitles you to Club membership, please join us by visiting our Membership page where you find a downloadable membership form.

Have any other questions, please drop us an e mail via our contacts page link at the top of the page