Pennine

Pennine

Pictured: Pennine Pathfinder

Conway Trailers started in 1968 and were based in Wigan in Lancashire. The Club has brochures for Conway Supertrailer tents dating back to 1972 and the company offered three models the Cruiser, Capri and Campa. Accrington-based Pennine Engineering was formed in 1977 and the oldest brochure in our files is from 1981, offering the consumer two models the Aztec and the Alpine. Our archives show Conway moved premises during the 2002/2003 season to Pennine’s premises in Accrington. The companies operated separately until 2006 when they became the Pennine Leisure Group.   

Pennine Pathfinder

Pennine Fiesta

Conway Countryman

Pennine Pathfinder XL

"Perfect for a large family, easily towable by most cars."

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Conway Crusader

"Big six berth camper, well-equipped but not too heavy."

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Pennine Fiesta

"There are some lovely design features that maximise the available space."

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Conway Countryman

"Four berth entry level folding camper."

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Pennine Pathfinder

"The Pathfinder offers all the convenience, luxury, equipment and towability of a much larger caravan in a compact, easy to store trailer"

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Pennine Fiesta

"There is barely a veil of difference between the Fiesta and the Pathfinder, this offers much the same quality for an MTPLM of 750kg"

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Conway Countryman

"It’s the neatest and the smallest of this family, simplicity is the key"

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