Motorhomes for sale Hampshire

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Giles Usher

Giles Usher

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.

Mark Anderson

Mark Anderson

I started out life as a mechanic working on Jaguar cars, then moved into consumer electronics sales working for manufacturers such as Kenwood, Sony, Pioneer, and JVC. Having worked for many years with these corporations I felt it was time to do something for myself that I could really enjoy. I bought my own caravan through CaravanDepot.co.uk and was so impressed with the service received that I became interested in becoming a broker myself, meeting with great people and introducing them to good quality touring caravan's and motorhome's. I personally appraise all of my stock, take a lot of pride in what I do and in my reputation, so will always afford you the best advice whilst offering quality vehicles at the keenest prices

Chris Jones

Chris Jones

I started my early career working in my father's Motor home business which gave me a great understanding of the leisure vehicle market. I soon got to understand the vast choice of models and options available, which has given me the expertise to offer the best advice and valuations on the extensive range of Motorhomes on the roads today. I've built my business by offering great customer care through attention to detail to help my customers sell their vehicles, and also by finding the right vehicles to suit their requirements. I would really welcome your call if you are looking to sell or want to buy a Motorhome, and you can be assured of the best personal service from me Chris Jones.

Motorhomes for sale in Hampshire. Hampshire (/ˈhæmpʃər/, /-ʃɪər/ (About this soundlisten); abbreviated Hants)[a] is a county on the southern coast of England. The county town, with city status, is Winchester, a frequent seat of the Royal Court before any fixed capital, in late Anglo-Saxon England.[2] After the metropolitan counties and Greater London, Hampshire is the most populous ceremonial county (1.84 million in 2017) in the United Kingdom. Its two largest settlements, Southampton and Portsmouth, are administered separately as unitary authorities and the rest of the area forms the administrative county, which is governed by Hampshire County Council.

First settled about 14,000 years ago, Hampshire's recorded history dates back to Roman times, when its chief town was Winchester. When the Romans left Britain, the area was infiltrated by tribes from Scandinavia and mainland Europe, principally in the river valleys. The county was recorded in the 11th century Domesday Book, divided into 44 hundreds. From the 12th century, the ports grew in importance, fuelled by trade with the continent, wool and cloth manufacture in the county, and the fishing industry, and a shipbuilding industry was established. By the 16th century, the population of Southampton had outstripped that of Winchester. By the mid-19th century, with the county's population at 219,210 (double that at the beginning of the century) in more than 86,000 dwellings, agriculture was the principal industry and 10 per cent of the county was still forest. Hampshire played a crucial military role in both World Wars. The Isle of Wight left the county to form its own in 1974.

The county's geography is varied, with upland to 286 metres (938 ft) and mostly south-flowing rivers. There are areas of downland and marsh, and two national parks: the New Forest, a small part of which is in Wiltshire, and part of the South Downs, which together cover 45 per cent of Hampshire. The county has a milder climate than most of Britain. Hampshire is one of the most affluent counties in the country, with an unemployment rate lower than the national average, and its economy derived from major companies, maritime, agriculture and tourism. Tourist attractions include many seaside resorts, the national parks and the Southampton Boat Show. The county is known as the home of writers Jane Austen and Charles Dickens, the childhood home of Florence Nightingale and the birthplace of engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel.

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