Winkleigh firm's holiday home show
SURF Bay Leisure, the holiday home specialist, is hosting its prestigious Holiday Caravan Lodge and Leisure Show from October 7-11. Visitors will be invited to enter a prize draw to win a holiday at one of Surf Bay s select holiday parks. Michael Taylor
SURF Bay Leisure, the holiday home specialist, is hosting its prestigious Holiday Caravan Lodge and Leisure Show from October 7-11. Visitors will be invited to enter a prize draw to win a holiday at one of Surf Bay's select holiday parks.
Michael Taylor, managing director of Surf Bay Leisure, said: 'There is still tremendous appeal in holiday home ownership and the Holiday Caravan Lodge and Leisure Show is the perfect venue for anyone considering buying a holiday home, or for existing owners to look at upgrading to one of the latest designs.'
The show will be held at the company's 22-acre sales centre in Winkleigh, and visitors will not only be able to enjoy free entrance, free refreshments and free parking, but also have an opportunity to view one of the largest ranges of new holiday homes in the UK from leading manufacturers such as Willerby, Swift, ABI, Devon Pine Lodges.
The show will also provide an opportunity to find out more about the benefits of holiday home ownership, and visitors can also take advantage of Surf Bay Leisure's 'Find a Park' service with details of stunning locations throughout Cornwall, Devon, Somerset, Dorset and Hampshire.
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The show will be open from 10am - 4pm every day and more details can be found at www.surfbayleisure.co.uk or call (01837) 680100 for more details.
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