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Caravan park gets electrical refurbishment - Caravan Industry & Park Operator

electrical refurbishment Rolec

A holiday park has had an electrical refurbishment thanks to specialist utility contractor Rolec Services, which installed high-voltage supplies and a park-wide lighting system.

The electrical refurbishment contract at Inverbeg Holiday Park, a site located on the banks of Loch Lomond in Scotland, was issued by Luss Estates directly to Rolec and included the design and installation of:

Caravanners singing their hearts out in the shower

man singing in the shower

Caravan sites are ringing with the sound of music – because Brits love singing in the shower and their tunes travel over the open space. New research reveals that bathrooms are the favourite place for Brits who want belt out their top tunes.

A huge 86% admitted singing in the shower, with one in three proud wannabes believing they have a great singing voice. The top shower anthem was voted as Madonna’s famous hit, Like a Virgin, followed by Whitney Houston's I Wanna Dance With Somebody. What's more, a quarter of Brits say the habit has even caused arguments after annoying others living in the house. 

"Gramping" rise signals success for Cumbria park

"Gramping" rise signals success for Cumbria park

Young families joining forces with grandparents for holidays have seen a marked rise this year, according to a major Lake District holiday park.

Silverdale park in South Cumbria says that "gramping", as it's known, has been making a big comeback after decades of decline. But park owner Michael Holgate believes that teaming-up with gran and grandad is about more than simply spreading the costs of a break.

 

He says that multi-generation holidays are a chance for extended families to spend quality time together during their increasingly busy working lives. Gramping also boosts regional tourism economies, says Michael, because the larger party sizes mean more money being spent with local businesses.