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Michael Register

Michael Register

Motorhome Depot Essex

Hi, my name is Michael and welcome to MotorhomeDepot. As a broker, I like to make the process of selling or buying a motorhome as simple and easy as possible. I really enjoy what I do and the main part of that is meeting new people and helping you either sell your motorhome or find the perfect motorhome for you. The whole process can be so complicated, but I can take all of that away from you and put people looking to sell together with people who want to buy. I personally appraise every motorhome and will accompany any potential buyers on viewings. By being professional, open and honest I aim to provide the best possible personal service and, with the back-up of MotorhomeDepot, we can ensure a safe and secure transaction, giving you the reassurance that you are in the best possible hands. So I really look forward to meeting you and helping you get where you want to be.

Mark Gilfrin

Mark Gilfrin

Motorhome Depot Colchester

Whether you are buying or selling, I want to help you make the right decision for you. My aim is to make the whole process as easy and hassle free as possible whilst providing you with exceptional service and regular communication. I really enjoy meeting new people, and I strongly believe the old adage of treating people as you would expect to be treated yourself. At motorhomedepot.com we look after buyers and sellers alike in a totally professional manner. I personally appraise all vehicles and will accompany potential buyers on viewings. If you are looking to buy or sell a motorhome I hope that you will give me the opportunity to help you.

David Waterhouse Taylor

David Waterhouse Taylor

Motorhome Depot Ipswich

Hello my name is David, I am part of motorhomedepot.com as I believe in the professional service they provide to both buyer and seller of motorhomes. I very much enjoy the leisure industry, travelling and discovering new places is one of my main interests. I look forward to helping you buy or sell your motorhome and providing you with and great and valuable service.

Motorhomes for sale in Essex. Essex (/ˈɛsɪks/) is a county in the south-east of England, north-east of London. One of the home counties, it borders Suffolk and Cambridgeshire to the north, Hertfordshire to the west, Kent across the estuary of the River Thames to the south, and London to the south-west. The county town is Chelmsford, the only city in the county. For government statistical purposes Essex is placed in the East of England region.

Essex occupies the eastern part of the ancient Kingdom of Essex, which united with the other Anglian and Saxon kingdoms to make England a single nation state. As well as rural areas, the county also includes London Stansted Airport, the new towns of Basildon and Harlow, Lakeside Shopping Centre, the port of Tilbury and the borough of Southend-on-Sea.

The name Essex originates in the Anglo-Saxon period of the Early Middle Ages and has its root in the Anglo-Saxon (Old English) name Ēastseaxe ("East Saxons"), the eastern kingdom of the Saxons who had come from the continent and settled in Britain (cf. Middlesex, Sussex and Wessex) during the Heptarchy. Originally recorded in AD 527, Essex occupied territory to the north of the River Thames, incorporating all of what later became Middlesex (which probably included Surrey) and most of what later became Hertfordshire. Its territory was later restricted to lands east of the River Lea.[3]

Colchester in the north-east of the county is Britain's oldest recorded town, dating from before the Roman conquest, when it was known as Camulodunum and was sufficiently well-developed to have its own mint. In AD 824, following the Battle of Ellandun, the kingdoms of the East Saxons, the South Saxons and the Jutes of Kent were absorbed into the kingdom of the West Saxons, uniting Saxland under King Alfred's grandfather Ecgberht. Before the Norman conquest the East Saxons were subsumed into the Kingdom of England. After the Norman conquest, Essex became a county.

During the medieval period, much of the area was designated a Royal forest, including the entire county in a period to 1204, when the area "north of the Stanestreet" was disafforested.[4] Gradually, the areas subject to forest law diminished, but at various times they included the forests of Becontree, Chelmsford, Epping, Hatfield, Ongar and Waltham.

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