Motorhomes for sale East Sussex


Giles Usher

Giles Usher

Motorhome Depot Sussex

I started my early career in estate agency in London through 1989 to 1990 during the big crash, then studied classic car restoration at a college in Colchester. I then joined the motor trade in car sales working for Nissan and BMW main dealers.I subsequently went on to run my own successful business selling used cars in Portsmouth. The current climate lead me to consider a new career in motorhomes joining a well-known motorhome dealer in Portsmouth where I gained experience mostly in German marques; Carthago; Burstner; Knaus; Carado; Laika and Bailey. I look forward to lending my motor trade sales and marketing experience to my new Brokerage role so that I can offer all of you a professional service that will assist in generating a successful sale of your loved motorhomes. In my free time, I still have a keen eye for classic cars and I like to go sailing or mountain biking.

Nick & Mandy Gray

Nick & Mandy Gray

Motorhome Depot Tunbridge Wells

Mandy and Nick Gray have been living in Kent since 2006 and are married with two teenage boys. Since 1999 they have been jointly running a manufacturing company in London. Prior to that they each ran their own separate companies in London.

Owning and running a busy company has been fun but after many years of commuting and the children leaving for university, we decided it was time for a change of lifestyle.

Since the early 2000’s we have been caravanning and camping with our family both throughout Europe and at home. We have had so much fun and freedom during these times that it seemed a natural choice to want to do something that involves a hobby close to our hearts.

After a chance meeting with the owner/Director Richard Wood, we quickly became focussed on working in this field with MHD. We believe our long history of indulging in the hobby and our love of the life style brings a unique knowledge and experience to the table. We think this experience is essential to both our buyers and sellers.

Our mission is to serve both buyer and seller by applying our practical experience and knowledge of the pursuit to matching the right vehicle wth the customer requirements. Together with MHD's wealth of of skill and cutting edge internet platform, we feel we have the best ingredients and the right team to help you out in the next chapter of your motorhome dreams whether you are a newcomer, weekender or a professional Eurotraveller.

Our advice is simple, honest and from the heart, just as we would want it.

Colin Edwards

Colin Edwards

Motorhome Depot Eastbourne

Hi I am Colin your Motorhome Depot contact for Eastbourne, Lewes, Haywards Heath, East Grinstead and surrounding areas. After many years working in IT I am now really pleased to be able to offer you the exceptional Motorhome Depot levels of customer service to get you the motorhome or campervan of your dreams. This is an exciting time to be looking for the freedom, excitement and adventure that a motorhome can give you, or alternatively a lovely place to relax, have a cup of tea and admire the view. Please contact me if you have any questions about the services we can offer, and I really hope that one day I can be the person that sets you on your way to more fun and enjoyment.

Motorhomes for sale in East Sussex. East Sussex is a county in South East England. It is bordered by the counties of Kent to the north and east, Surrey to the north west and West Sussex to the west, and to the south by the English Channel. East Sussex is part of the historic county of Sussex, which has its roots in the ancient kingdom of the South Saxons, who established themselves there in the 5th century AD, after the departure of the Romans. Archaeological remains are plentiful, especially in the upland areas. The area's position on the coast has also meant that there were many invaders, including the Romans and later the Normans. Earlier industries have included fishing, iron-making, and the wool trade, all of which have declined, or been lost completely.

Sussex is traditionally sub-divided into six rapes. From the 12th century the three eastern rapes together and the three western rapes together had separate quarter sessions, with the county town of the three eastern rapes being Lewes.[2] This situation was formalised by Parliament in 1865, and the two parts were made into administrative counties, each with distinct elected county councils in 1889 under the Local Government Act 1888. In East Sussex there were also three self-administered county boroughs: Brighton, Eastbourne and Hastings.

In 1974 East Sussex was made a non-metropolitan and ceremonial county, and the three county boroughs became districts within the county. At the same time the western boundary was altered, so that the Mid Sussex region (including Burgess Hilland Haywards Heath) was transferred to the county of West Sussex. In 1997, Brighton and Hove became a self-administered unitary authority; it was granted city status in 2000, whilst remaining part of the ceremonial county of East Sussex.

East Sussex is divided into five local government districts. Three are larger, rural, districts (from west to east): Lewes; Wealden; and Rother. Eastbourne and Hastings are mainly urban areas. The rural districts are further subdivided into civil parishes.

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