A HOLIDAY abroad might prove difficult this year, but this doesn’t mean a staycation isn’t possible.
Brits are looking for a trip across the country as lockdown is to be lifted from Saturday.
According to a study conducted by the The National Caravan Council (NCC) sixty-four percent of people said they are likely to take trips in the UK next year, compared to just 38 per cent before coronavirus.
The study also found that 70 per cent of UK adults said they perceive a holiday caravan-based UK break as a socially acceptable activity, along with 77 per cent admitting the same for motor-homing.
With the lockdown easing across England this weekend, locations across the UK, such as seaside resorts in Cornwall and Devon will be back on the cards.
Trips to Wales and Scotland will have to wait a bit longer, with the tourism industry not resuming until later next month.
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Gerard Tempest, from the UK’s largest holiday park provider Haven, says they are putting measures in place this summer.
He said: “For our touring pitches for caravans and tents it is vital we know what we are expected to do to open communal facilities – in normal times they are open 24 hours.
“But right now we are working on plans to have them manned from 7am to 7pm, with staff cleaning each shower cubicle and toilet between each use with anti-viral cleaning products.
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