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November 1st 2009

Staffordshire County Showground, Weston Road, Stafford.

Contact: [email protected] or 01384 839593

BusFreeze is just around the corner and smart VZi readers will be interested to learn how they can get their hands on both a FREE show pass and a FREE camping pass. More about this later.


What is BusFreeze? You’re kidding! Where have you been? BusFreeze is the taller sister of DubFreeze, some twenty years younger, probably prettier but it’s hard to tell unless you get real close, and caters for our beloved VW Bus in all its forms and glory. Clarkson may hate them as much caravans, but he’s not invited, so you won’t see this one on TG. That other channel? May be…

BusFreeze is a trade and exhibition event that celebrates the world’s first people carrier and it takes place at the Stafford showground on Sunday 1st November 2009. Camping is available, if you’ve got the right credentials or the power to twist an arm. It costs a lousy £5 per vehicle to camp (make even more friends in tight spaces and save!) and £10 per adult to get in. If you’ve booked an autojumble stand, good on you! We’ll throw in a free camping pass so you can unload on Saturday. There’s a whopper of a website in glorious Technicolor to guide you through it all. Take a peek at: and download the event programme and the Vehicle for Sale pass that’ll get you in the sales area for nothing. Prepare yourself for the specialist demos that are taking place in the main buildings (Stateside Tuning, Volksgoods, Dbeilt… to name just a few) and preview the registered show and primers.

So, you want a BusFreeze show and camping pass for free, do you? Smart move. Sign-up to receive the online Freeze newsletter because with every latest online issue we give away a show and camping pass to one of our loyal Freeze readers, and if you’re a little late and only reading this after the event, fear not because there’s always next year.


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