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‘Join the Club’ – Hilary and Kev Slator

We thoroughly enjoy chatting to our Willerby Owners Club members and this month it’s the turn of retired couple Hilary and Kev Slator, from Snaith, near Goole.

‘Join the Club’ – Reverend Alison Wallbank and her husband Michael

For our latest Willerby Owners Club Q&A, we caught up with Reverend Alison Wallbank and her husband Michael, who’ve recently bought a two bedroom Willerby Juniper Holiday Lodge at Akebar Park in North Yorkshire.

'Join the Club' - Bernie Hill

In our latest “Join the Club” feature, we meet Willerby Owners Club member Bernie Hill, 71. She owns a two-bedroom Willerby Bespoke Hazlewood residential park home at Wootton Wawen in Henley-in-Arden, Warwickshire.

‘Join the Club’ – David and Nicola Mercer

This is our first Willerby – it’s our dream and we couldn’t ask for more

‘Join the Club’ – The Barber family

Lockdown helped us make our decision – We bought our Willerby and have never looked back

‘Join the Club’ – Robert & Denise McCrory

We love our Willerby and being in the owners’ club – you feel part of a family’

‘Join the Club’ – Laura and Colin Wilson

‘We don’t need to book to get away … we can come and go as we wish’

How park home prices vary across the UK

Are you considering moving home? Would you like to downsize and lower your living costs?

How long do static caravans last?

Buy a new static caravan in the perfect location, and you can look forward to years of happy holidaying. Few investments bring such joy to so many people.

How long do park homes last?

Buy a new static caravan in the perfect location, and you can look forward to years of happy holidaying. Few investments bring such joy to so many people.

What causes condensation in static caravans, and how to control it

Imagine waking up on a chilly morning in your static caravan. What’s the first thing you see when you open the bedroom curtains?

How to move a Static Caravan?

Can a static caravan be moved? The very name suggests immobility, yet the answer is yes it can—just not very easily.