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CAMC to welcome guests to sites in England on 4 July

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Caravanners, motorhomers and campers alike will no doubt welcome news that, following government advice, the Caravan and Motorhome Club will be able to reopen its 114 campsites in England on 4 July and 16 campsites in Scotland on 15 July.  

According to recent research conducted by the Club, 96 percent of its members are planning a leisure vehicle holiday this year and the Club has said it is looking forward to "filling Club Sites with eager members wanting to get back to doing what they love the most – exploring the great outdoors."

Nick Lomas, Director General of the Caravan and Motorhome Club said: “We know our members have been missing coming to our campsites, and we’ve missed seeing them. We are introducing our own Covid-Secure Commitment, inline with Government guidelines, to help members, guests and staff keep safe and well on site. Club campsites offer plenty of space, they are the ideal places for people to relax, take life at a slower pace, with lots of open space, and stay safe while on holiday.”

Lomas continues: “Our lifestyle lends itself well to social distancing, being outside with well-spaced pitches and enhanced cleaning protocols and procedures mean that we will ensure visitors to our sites have a safe and enjoyable time. Members can follow their leisure activity in a self-contained manner, with all of their own supplies and amenities within their outfit, thereby having a low impact on the area they visit.”
 
For more information on the Caravan and Motorhome Club and a full list of open sites, please visit www.camc.com

 

  

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