New 2023 caravan and motorhome models unveiled at Shrewsbury show

New caravan and motorhome models for 2023 will be revealed by leading manufacturers at a Shropshire event next month.

The West Midlands Caravan & Motorhome New 2023 Model Show is being hosted by Salop Leisure at the company’s headquarters alongside Shrewsbury bypass at Emstrey from October 1 to 9.

The UK’s largest free caravan and motorhome show follows one of the busiest summers on record for the industry with staycationing continuing to boom as the country experienced a series of heatwaves.

Ed Glover, Salop Leisure’s marketing manager, said: “This annual show is a great opportunity to see a selection of the new 2023 caravan and motorhome models for the first time right here in Shropshire.

“Visitors can take their time to check out all the new smart ideas, innovations and fresh designs on display. It’s a great day out for all the family.

“More British people than ever have staycationed this year, which has been a great boost for the UK’s caravan and motorhome industry as well as tourism businesses. Touring parks have been busier than last summer, no doubt helped by the glorious weather we have enjoyed.

“The percentage of first-time buyers has increased as families and couples recognise and appreciate the flexibility of owning a caravan or motorhome.”

The show, which provides free parking for visitors, will feature new touring caravans from the Swift Group and Coachman, new caravan holiday homes and luxury lodges from ABI, Atlas, Carnaby, Swift and Willerby and new motorhomes from the Swift Group and Joa Camp. A good selection of pre-owned models will also be available.

Visitors who invest in a caravan holiday home or luxury lodge will be helped by a holiday park finder service to identify their ideal location, with more than 250 parks to choose from in Mid Wales and the Heart of England. Park representatives will be on hand to provide information.

Experts will also be available to guide first time buyers through the complete process of owning a touring caravan, motorhome or caravan holiday home.

The latest awnings and accessories will be on display at an on-site shop, Love Coffee restaurant will be open for snacks, meals and drinks throughout the show and staff at specialist plants centre, Love Plants, will have a wide selection of plants and advice to offer for autumn, winter and spring gardens.

Money raised by selling teas and coffees to customers during the show will be donated to the Lingen Davies Cancer Centre at the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital.

Picture caption:

Salop Leisure’s holiday homes trade associate director Dave Attfield with a customer at a previous West Midlands Caravan & Motorhome New Model Show.

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