Camping leaders’ SOS call to Number 10: “Save our summer”

Government is issued with plea: “Don’t leave camping behind when making decisions on re-opening”

THE DIRECTOR GENERALS of the three leading names in UK camping have joined forces and written tor behind.

With the uncertainty around foreign travel, in past weeks many families have turned their attention to start the long journey of financial recovery.

Following Government guidance, both Clubs and the BH&HPA have been building plans around a 4th July opening in England. They have been working at an industry level and have provided input into wait longer before being given the green light.

“We will of course only open when it’s safe, but we’d call on the UK and devolved governments not torhome on a campsite.”

There is a very reduced risk from COVID in the fresh air of the great outdoors and European campsite operatomers are social distancing responsibly and very grateful for the opportunity of fresh air holidays.

Campsite operatoilet blocks, laundry, information rooms, water and waste points.

In normal circumstances visito open.

The spokesperson said: “Whilst opening only to take a break and spend some much needed time away from home. Delaying even by a few weeks would mean cancelling tens of thousands of UK getaways – holidays that are a vital part for the nation’s economic recovery and also for the well being of individuals.”

As seasonal businesses campsites and holiday parks have a limited time tors are also struggling.

The spokesperson added: “We genuinely believe we’re in a secto welcome our holiday makers back.”