5 Gas Safety Tips For Park Home Owners

carbon monoxide alarm - gas safety tips for park home owners

Jacqueline Gallazzi-Ritchie is the director of the gas safety and boiler replacement company All England Gas. Here, she shares what park home owners need to know and do to keep themselves safe with her 5 gas safety tips! Gas Safety Week every September sees organisations from across the UK will be working to raise awareness […]

Eviction And The Caravan Sites Act 1968

A standard caravan park where the owners have to deal with eviction

Part of running a caravan site involves the collection of debt and eviction of tenants – for a variety of different reasons you may need to remove tenants from your site. Shelter explains that park home residents who have a contract with the owner of a protected site may be protected under the Caravan Sites Act 1968. This applies to all occupiers […]

What insurance risks do holiday park customers face in winter?

holiday park in the winter, insurance risks

This month, Leisuredays Business Development Manager Steve Parker looks at the insurance risks faced by holiday park customers in winter. Each winter, both park owners and insurance brokers often brace themselves for stormy weather or freezing temperatures. Unfortunately holiday caravans are not as well insulated as our homes and seaside parks can bear the brunt of turbulent weather. Here at Leisuredays, our most common winter […]

Club sites invite members to celebrate festivities

Christmas tree - Club sites invite members to celebrate festivities

The Camping and Caravanning Club will welcome campers through to the end of the year. Ten Club Sites in the UK will remain open until early January, while 16 more are open all year-round. Many of these Club Sites are also holding special events to help campers make the most of the festive period. Darren Whittington, […]

Glamp-Tankology with Glampsan

Family sat outside of Glampsan pod

At Glampsan, we hope that your glamping business is thriving. We know that your business is all about putting your guests first: after all, they spend their hard-earned cash with you, to relax. Moreover, they want to spend time with family and friends and stay ‘off-grid’ and what’s more, glampers wish for the same home-from-home […]

Park Holidays UK to host hundreds of free holidays for Thomas Cook staff

Thomas Cook staff on holiday at Park Holidays

Park Holidays UK has invited more than 600 Thomas Cook staff and their families to enjoy a weekend by the seaside so that they can say “a proper goodbye”.  The holiday park group will pick up the tab for their accommodation in fully-equipped holiday homes for up to three nights, and will lay on free […]

Working in partnership to create outstanding holiday experiences

Dekboard owners working in partnership to create outstanding holiday experiences

When it comes to knowing what makes the perfect holiday park, the Simmons family are experts. Nestled in the heart of East Sussex, Crowhurst Park Holiday Village has been part of life for the Simmons family since 1949. Budding entrepreneurism saw the family diversify and open the site as a holiday park in 1952, making […]

Staying Connected At Holiday Parks & Campsites

Man using iPad - Staying Connected At Holiday Parks & Campsites

As the need for wireless connectivity increases across the leisure and hospitality sector – now a primary factor in booking decisions – holiday parks are no longer an ‘exception to the rule’ when it comes to connectivity. Even those campsites situated in the most remote locations will need some level of guest WiFi. Ranging from […]

How one small product is boosting the winter holiday park trade

Floe - the small product that is boosting the winter holiday park trade

A huge problem for the UK holiday industry is, let’s face it, the weather. Not only are outdoor activities more or less off-limits when Mother Nature does her worst over the winter months, but motorhomes, caravans and holiday homes are not geared up for the harsh conditions – or so it was thought. With the […]