When it comes to the holiday park industry, accommodation is king – if your customers aren’t happy and comfortable in their surroundings, then why would they return? Parks are constantly investing in the best and most advanced accommodation available, from luxury safari tents to huge party palaces – and here editor Victoria Galligan takes a look at what’s going to boost booking numbers in 2020…
North Devon based holiday park group, John Fowler Holidays has announced its acquisition of Llanrhidian Holiday Park, one of Wales’ largest parks. The move will make John Fowler one of the principal privately-owned holiday park groups in the country.
Llanrhidian Holiday Park, on the Gower Peninsula, an area of outstanding natural beauty, was previously owned by the Richards family for more than 27 years.
A statement was released from the organisers of the Hull and East Riding of Yorkshire Caravan Manufacturers’ Association (HERCMA) shows recently, regarding the future of its southern show Beaulieu.
It said the “enormous commitment” of running the Caravan, Motorhome and Holiday Home Expo 2020 (formerly Lawns) in Harrogate had led to its “difficult decision not to hold a southern show in 2020 which has traditionally been held at Beaulieu in the New Forest”.
HERCMA’s Chairman said: “We have a responsibility to ensure Harrogate is a monumental success and need all resources focussed on delivering this exciting, epic new proposition to both the public and trade.
As the sad news of David Bellamy’s death reaches us, we at Caravan Industry & Park Operator take a look at how the environmentalist and botanist laid the foundations for a greener attitude to holidaying in the UK.
David Bellamy OBE was a regular face on TV since the late 60s, when he was interviewed after the Torrey Canyon disaster struck – an oil tanker ran aground between Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly and David, then an ecology lecturer at Durham University, was on hand to discuss the impact of the spillage with John Craven.
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Truvox began producing electric polishing machines in the early 1960s, and has continued to innovate, developing a suite of machines designed to streamline cleaning and maintenance of hard and soft floors.
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We have been designing and supplying quality shade structure for the last fifteen years - we install our structures throughout the UK as well as any location in the World.
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The Holiday Park Innovation Show has closed its doors for another year, but that doesn’t mean it’s over yet...
Before we officially say goodbye to the Holiday Park Innovation Show 2019, we thought it was only right that we emphasise our fantastic achievements. We are so proud to have pulled this event off, and are looking forward to making the show even better for next year.
Find out some of our biggest achievements, hear some astounding testimonials, and find out what our plans for 2020 are! All this will be disclosed right here, so read on for more...
The fallout of Brexit, improving transport links and an expanding holiday home market are helping Cornwall to cement its position as the UK's favourite staycation destination, said property agency Spot Blue International Property in November, adding that the county also has increasing appeal to foreign tourists.
Johnsons of Whixley, one of the UK’s leading commercial nurseries, will help people enjoy even happier holidays after supplying plants to a £1m transformation scheme at a holiday park.
North-Yorkshire based Johnsons supplied more than 4,000 plants worth a total of £22,000 to the Hoburne Naish Holiday Park in Hampshire. Included in the delivery were more than 2,000 shrubs and 21 varieties of grasses.
In partnership with renowned holiday park operator and developer Hoburne Limited, Johnsons provided stock including a wide variety of grasses, shrubs, hedging and herbaceous plants.