Holiday & Leisure park development forum – 21-22 September @ Heythrop Park Resort, Oxfordshire

UK staycation for 2021 is looking even more important than ever in the light of restriction on green category countries, limiting our opportunities to travel abroad safely.

With our UK holiday and leisure parks taking record number of bookings since they reopened, what are they offering the discerning holiday maker and can they provide the UK with a best alternative holiday destination which might even become the norm?

We invite you to engage with fellow holiday park owners, developers, architects, contractors, councils, leisure park designers for the leisure and holiday park industry at hlpd2021 Live in Oxfordshire.

The format of the forum comprises of CPD accredited seminar programme; a series of 1-1 pre-selected business meetings with suppliers of products; maximum opportunity to network; gala dinner and accommodation included. 

 "A well thought out, well planned and informative few days. Many new contacts made and many more opportunities to follow up on. Thank you". Bluestone Resorts

"I had a really productive two days. During the process I was booking meetings with suppliers I wouldn't have otherwise known about, and likewise they wouldn't have had information about our projects. The format works really well and the opportunities to network in a professional environment are plentiful." West Midlands Safari Park

Register for your delegate places – sue@stable-events.co.uk 

0208 288 1080 

Supplier places – julian@stable-events.co.uk  

 

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