Motorhomes for sale Gloucestershire

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Martin & Tonia Williams

Martin & Tonia Williams

Two customer service professionals, Tonia was with the Dobbies brand, and Martin a retail company partner. We will continue to offer a friendly, straightforward service to our clients. Offering a personal service and communicating with both parties throughout the process, we will ensure the experience for both buyer and seller is simple and stress free. The estate agents for motorhomes idea is a great concept and, representing the market leaders with extensive marketing and advertising exposure, we can sell your vehicle at better than trade-in price, or find the right one in which you can set out for adventure at better than dealer price.

Motorhomes for sale in Gloucestershire. Gloucestershire (/ˈɡlɒstərʃər/ (About this soundlisten), /-ʃɪər/ (About this soundlisten); formerly abbreviated as Gloucs. in print but now often as Glos.) is a county in South West England. The county comprises part of the Cotswold Hills, part of the flat fertile valley of the River Severn, and the entire Forest of Dean. The county town is the city of Gloucester, and other principal towns include Cheltenham, Stroud, Tewkesbury, Cirencester and Dursley.

Gloucestershire borders Herefordshire to the north west, Wiltshire to the south, Bristol and Somerset to the south west, Worcestershire to the north, Oxfordshire to the east, Warwickshire to the north east, and the Welsh county of Monmouthshire to the west.Gloucestershire is a historic county mentioned in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle in the 10th century, though the areas of Winchcombe and the Forest of Dean were not added until the late 11th century. Gloucestershire originally included Bristol, then a small town. The local rural community moved to the port city (as Bristol was to become), and Bristol's population growth accelerated during the industrial revolution. Bristol became a county in its own right, separate from Gloucestershire and Somerset in 1373. It later became part of the administrative County of Avon from 1974 to 1996.

Upon the abolition of Avon in 1996, the region north of Bristol became a unitary authority area of South Gloucestershire and is now part of the ceremonial county of Gloucestershire. The official former postal county abbreviation was "Glos.", rather than the frequently used but erroneous "Gloucs." or "Glouc". In July 2007, Gloucestershire suffered the worst flooding in recorded British history, with tens of thousands of residents affected. The RAF conducted the largest peacetime domestic operation in its history to rescue over 120 residents from flood affected areas. The damage was estimated at over £2 billion.[2] The county recovered rapidly from the disaster, investing in attracting tourists to visit the many sites and diverse range of shops in the area.

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