The Buttercup Bus Blog

Hello! Thank you for popping by to visit our blog space…. see this spot as an extension of our kitchen table, where we can often be found with a cuppa in one hand, and a large slice of cake in the other, chatting about anything relating to VW campers, beetles and their adventures… so don’t be shy… pull up a chair and join the conversation – we would to hear your comments!

Wooden campervan gift set for crafts

Wooden campervan gift set for crafts

Available to order in our online shop now!Wooden campervan gift set - perfect for arts and crafts Whilst the children are at home, we have been finding all sorts of fun activities to do, to keep them entertained - including arts and crafts sessions with these adorable...

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Basil Gets New Campervan Wedding Bunting

Basil Gets New Campervan Wedding Bunting

Basil Bus gets some beautiful new campervan wedding bunting Today, an exciting package arrived in the post. It was a beautifully packaged box, lined with purple tiisue paper. What was inside?.... A beautiful set of pink and green pastel campervan wedding bunting for...

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Thanking our Key Workers – win a wedding in Kent

Thanking our Key Workers – win a wedding in Kent

T hanking our Key Workers - Win your wedding in Kent COVID-19 has given us something to reflect on. Given us space and time to think about those things that we really value and are grateful for. It has also left we with an element of feeling helpless, as I've seen the...

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London Campervan Hire – VW Camper Restoration Project

London Campervan Hire – VW Camper Restoration Project

London Campervan Hire restoration project is completeLondon campervan hire company get a classic VW Camper restored Belinda Bus is a beautiful 1973 poptop VW Camper. She was purchased by London campervan hire company, Buttercup Bus Vintage Campers, around 9 years ago...

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About me

About me

Nathalie

I’m Nathalie, a mother with two little ones who love going out in the campers – be it a trip to the supermarket, or a holiday by the coast! My experience is pretty mixed… I studied to become an anatomist, wore a white coat and was a bit nifty with a scalpel when it came to dissections… but somehow ended up working for a software company and then specialised as a business consultant (for 15 years), gaining useful skills to set up my own company… I love to eat cheese – the smellier and mouldier the better… hate ironing, have a handbag filled with lipstick and spanners… and I have a passion for all things VW…

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