caravan site owners

Hi I would like to put my idea across for the caravan sites to open for owners as social distance is about 4 metres apart from our neighbour.I understand that clubhouse and restaurant will not be able to open.

Why the contribution is important

My Idea is important as we pay £3600 per year for fees and if social distance is in place and it has been a long 7 weeks and probably more to come ,

by aileenc on May 09, 2020 at 04:34PM

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Average rating: 3.0
Based on: 10 votes


  • Posted by Happylady2007 May 09, 2020 at 17:03

    We are the same and if everyone follows guidelines and the site has procedures in place then social distancing can still be followed.
  • Posted by Pumpkin2017 May 09, 2020 at 17:13

    Allowing owners of caravans to go back to their caravans would increase the mental wellbeing of many. For most their caravan is like a second home. Adhering to social distancing would not be a problem if everyone understood.
  • Posted by JLMBD May 09, 2020 at 18:50

    This has been repeatedly addressed in previous pages. The community where the caravan site is would have to supply you with food and services, and possibly medical attention. Your car might break down on the way or be involved in an accident which would put police, paramedics and recovery drivers and their households at risk. If you touch a fuel pump, a gate or a door handle you could unknowingly pass on the virus. The local people would be put at risk and may suffer shortages because of what you buy. In many rural areas already struggling to look after their own with limited resources and where there is no C19 in the community then if you brought it in people might die because of your actions. If a community doesn't want people coming into it, and they have every right to feel this way, then you should stay away.
  • Posted by C5tuk May 10, 2020 at 09:02

    No reason why this wouldn't work, caravans wither tourers or static on seasonal pitches already have there own facilities and are spaced out, would be easy to Social distance, and as its self catering, no need to visit local shops/supermarkets, just bring your own supplies
  • Posted by Laffy01224 May 10, 2020 at 16:59

    This would definitely work and would not add extra pressure to the local community. Social distancing should apply for visitors just as it would for people who reside in the area and even if they did touch petrol pumps etc there’s no reason why a visitor would put people more at risk when lots of people within the community are going to work and home again (possibly working in the city etc).
  • Posted by Jay32 May 10, 2020 at 17:00

    Yes JLMBD!
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