Facebook - Shropshire Business Twitter - Shropshire Business LinkedIn - Shropshire Business
http://www.aaronandpartners.com

Touring park seeing record numbers

A touring caravan park on the edge of Ludlow has reported a record start to the new season. 

The number of caravans and motorhomes staying at Ludlow Touring Park during February was a big increase on the same month in 2016, which was a record breaking year. 

All 115 pitches are booked for Easter, Ludlow Spring Festival on May 13 and 14 and Ludlow Food and Drink Festival from September 8-10 and there is limited availability for school half term week in May. 

Located on a 20-acre site alongside the River Teme, the touring park is an affiliated site of The Caravan Club which opened in 2012.

Karen Price, who manages the park with her husband, David, is convinced that word of the location and facilities is spreading amongst touring caravan and motorhome owners. A regular bus service to Ludlow and Hereford that stops outside the park is another attribute, she said.

 “People are staying here, telling their friends and the word is spreading,” she added. “We are finding that existing customers are bringing friends when they return. The local bus service is also a massive plus for the park because motorhome owners, particularly, prefer to use public transport rather than driving into town.”

 Owner Morris Leisure is now developing a static caravan holiday home park with 36 pitches alongside the touring park and has already sold the first home. First phase of the work has created 20 pitches and Mrs Price said there had been a very enthusiastic response from prospective customers to the new development.

Picture: Ludlow Touring Park manager Karen Price

Surge in sales of caravans and motorhomes

Covid-19 aftermath sees more people choosing to staycation in the UK

22nd July 2020

Sales sizzling for Shropshire firm

Summer heatwave brings a huge business boost for leisure company

2nd August 2018

New apprentice joins leisure firm

Medical discharge leads to brand new career

28th August 2019

Toastmasters club open evening

Ludlow Speakers event taking place on Monday

20th April 2018

Joe heads the kitchen at Fishmore Hall

Ludlow hotel announces appointment of new head chef

25th October 2017

Disovery new fixture at Ludlow

Racecourse welcomes new support vehicle

6th June 2018

Charting a new path for the farming industry

Why Covid-19 isn't the only factor impacting on future success

4th June 2020

New accountancy firm launches in Ludlow

Thorne Widgery to use technology-driven approach, says boss

13th April 2018

In the pantheon of investors

Rhoddy Swire, a private equity heavyweight

3rd April 2018

Famous hotel calls in administrators

Fresh blow for The Feathers in Ludlow

4th August 2018

New partners announced at law firm

Expansion brings new round of promotions

29th August 2018

Farmers urged to take new approach

Cloud accounting software helps more farms make the switch

8th August 2018

Ruling on sleeping shifts pay

Court of Appeal decision is good news for care companies

5th September 2018

Wedding and holiday venue is on the market

Ludlow site has planning permission for further expansion too

25th September 2018

Business roadshow comes to Ludlow

Event designed to help with growth and potential

17th February 2020