Nigel Donnelly

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NORFOLK-BASED DEALER Greentrees Adventure Stores has opened the doors of its impressive new repair facility in Dereham.The dedicated bodyshop is capable of completing major bodywork repairs to caravans or motorhomes and is the largest in East Anglia.

The new bodyshop will open with three staff but Neil Greentree, Managing Director of The Greentree Group said "We plan to expand our bodyshop facility to be the same size as our service operation which employs 15 staff ".

NORFOLK-BASED DEALER Greentrees Adventure Stores has opened the doors of its impressive new repair facility in Dereham.

The dedicated bodyshop is capable of completing major bodywork repairs to caravans or motorhomes and is the largest in East Anglia.

The new bodyshop will open with three staff but Neil Greentree, Managing Director of The Greentree Group said "We plan to expand our bodyshop facility to be the same size as our service operation which employs 15 staff ".

Lee Searle has been appointed to head the bodyshop team which is already respected throughout the caravan industry. "We've even done work for the manufacturers over the years." Lee commented.

The company has grown from a small family business started by Keith Greentree in the 1960s, to become a leading business in the region. Five companies ranging from retail to marketing coexist under 'The Greentree Group' name. The company employs over 50 staff in the local area. It has sold caravans and motorhomes in East Anglia for over 40 years.

For further details, go to the Greentrees website

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