Nigel Donnelly

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BAILEY CARAVANS HAS boosted its retailer network adding three new sites.

These additions to the network boost the total number of UK dealers to 80, making it the largest for a single UK caravan brand. The new Bailey Retail outlets are spread across the country and ensure very thorough regional coverage.

BAILEY CARAVANS HAS boosted its retailer network adding three new sites.

 

These additions to the network boost the total number of UK dealers to 80, making it the largest for a single UK caravan brand. The new Bailey Retail outlets are spread across the country and ensure very thorough regional coverage.


Cotswold Edge Caravans - Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire
Teeside Caravans - Thornaby, Stockton-on-Tees
Wandahome Caravans - Knottingley, West Yorkshire

 

Journeying South?

That's all very well, but if you are looking for a Bailey Caravan and are based a little further affield, the appointment of a new dealer in the south may interest you.

 

When we say south, we are talking a long way south. Southern hemisphere to be precise. Southern RV is based in Timaru on the South Island of New Zealand. It will be retailing a selection of Unicorn and Pegasus models tailored to suit the specific requirements of the NZ market.

 

Bailey explains that the nature of the changes are to facilitate wild camping, such as the provision on an onboard waste tank (such as those fitted to motorhomes). Air-conditioning units are installed by the dealer, replacing one of the Mini-Heki rooflights and using the trunking already running through the roof to get a power supply to it.

 

It's a bit too far for most Bailey customers to commute, but we'd wager the weather and the views would make it worthwhile.

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