The Mayfield Group, one of the UK’s leading suppliers of uPVC decking, has been busier than ever working on bespoke designs and projects to help local holiday parks adhere to social distancing guidelines. Mayfield reopened their Poole-based warehouse in June to resume manufacturing their fully-recyclable deck boards and accessories, but the company also found a new use for their uPVC. The manufacturer has been working on bespoke designs for social distancing barriers and planters to minimise contact between holiday park visitors.
Starting out in 1989 on the Nuffield Industrial Estate, The Mayfield Group are known as the pioneers of static caravan decking and have been key in shaping the industry into what it is today. Mayfield supply and install their quality decking and innovative outdoor living accessories to leisure resorts around the country and currently work with over 350 holiday parks on a regular basis. Committed to helping you make the most out of your outdoor space, Mayfield’s national network of Dealers can also install Hot Tubs, Lighting, Steps, Access Ramps and much more!
From the 4th of July, UK holiday parks have been allowed to reopen their facilities and welcome back visitors. But, these resorts must follow safety precautions and adhere to strict social distancing guidelines. Mayfield has been working closely with Shorefield Holidays to create bespoke barriers and planters to help enforce social distancing rules on parks. Much like their decking, the uPVC barriers and planters are fully recyclable and can be made to measure.
Shorefield Holidays, who have parks in both Dorset and Hampshire, have used Mayfield’s bespoke uPVC barriers to create one-way entrances and exits for their on-site sales office areas. While the planters have been used to enforce physical distancing in their parks’ outdoor dining areas. Debbie Jarmey, Founder and Director of The Mayfield Group, said
“We were asked to solve the problem of safely directing people in order to adhere to social distancing, but also to make the area inviting and welcoming. We used barriers for the sales areas and attractive planters for the social areas, which the parks gardeners then added the finishing touches.
We are now working on bespoke room dividers which we have been requested by another customer, to allow them more covers in their restaurant. It’s been great working with our team, creating all these new ideas and finding solutions to problems for our clients.”
To find out more about The Mayfield Group and their uPVC solutions, visit www.themayfieldgroup.co.uk where you can download their 2020 Decking Brochure or have a go at designing your own dream decking area. To register your interest in a bespoke design from The Mayfield Group, give the team a call on 01202 233959.