Motorhomes for sale Leicestershire

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Tom Hovell & Tom Brookes

Tom Hovell & Tom Brookes

Hello, We’re Tom and Tom your brokers for Derbyshire and South Yorkshire. We understand that selling your motorhome can be a stressful and challenging time. Here at Motorhome depot we can utilise our years of motorhome and customer service experience to make selling your motorhome as easy and hassle free as possible, we achieve this by using our widespread marketing exposure along with services such as part exchange and finance. Just give us a call for a chat.


Chris Apperley

Chris Apperley

I'm Chris Apperley. I have been working in the motorhome industry since 2003 and have wide experience of all aspects of the business. My background has brought me into contact with manufacturers, dealers, service companies, accessory suppliers and just about anyone else you can think of. So, as well as a commitment to great service, I can offer a wealth of knowledge to my customers.

I am also a lifelong motorhomer myself. My first experience of motorhoming goes back to 1964 when my father bought a Bluebird Highwayman based on a Morris J2, which was state of the art at the time! Since then, I have owned eleven motorhomes and have toured the UK and Europe extensively.

Teresa Franks

Teresa Franks

Hi, I am Teresa your Motorhome Depot representative for Nottinghamshire. If you are looking to buy or sell a motorhome i will help make sure that your journey is stress free and rewarding. With many years working both in the Leisure Industry and customer facing roles, I am aware of what is important. My pro-active approach, extensive advertising campaigns and the ability to offer Finance, Part-Exchange or Warranty options enable me to offer effective solutions. All viewings and handovers are carried out personally, providing a professional and safe completion of the sale on all vehicles. If you have any questions, I am here to offer help and advice.

Joe Reynolds

Joe Reynolds

With 5 years in the industry buying and selling motorhomes my career has led me to Motorhome depot, i feel here i can put all my skills and experience to really help you the customer on your journey.

I work with a friendly and relaxed attitude to achieve the ultimate goal which is your satisfaction. I know buying or selling a motorhome can be often stressful and daunting which takes the ‘fun’ out of it, which is where i come in and deal with that side of the purchase/sale for you.

I look forward to hearing from you!

Joe

Motorhomes for sale in Leicestershire. Leicestershire (/ˈlɛstərʃər, -ʃɪər/ (About this soundlisten); postal abbreviation Leics.) is a landlocked county in the English Midlands. The county borders Nottinghamshire to the north, Lincolnshire to the north-east, Rutland to the east, Northamptonshire to the south-east, Warwickshire to the south-west, Staffordshire to the west, and Derbyshire to the north-west. The border with most of Warwickshire is Watling Street (the A5).

Leicestershire takes its name from the city of Leicester (unitary authority) located at its centre and administered separately from the rest of the county. The ceremonial county (non-metropolitan county plus the city of Leicester) has a total population of just over 1 million (2016 estimate), more than half of which (c. 50%–65%) lives in 'Greater Leicester' (Leicester's built-up area). Leicestershire was recorded in the Domesday Book in four wapentakes: Guthlaxton, Framland, Goscote and Gartree. These later became hundreds, with the division of Goscote into West Goscote and East Goscote, and the addition of Sparkenhoe hundred. In 1087, the first recorded use of the name was as Laegrecastrescir.

Leicestershire's external boundaries have changed little since the Domesday Survey. The Measham-Donisthorpe exclave of Derbyshire has been exchanged for the Netherseal area, and the urban expansion of Market Harborough has caused Little Bowden, previously in Northamptonshire to be annexed. In 1974, the Local Government Act 1972 abolished the county borough status of Leicester city and the county status of neighbouring Rutland, converting both to administrative districts of Leicestershire. These actions were reversed on 1 April 1997, when Rutland and the City of Leicester became unitary authorities. Rutland became a distinct Ceremonial County once again, although it continues to be policed by Leicestershire Constabulary.

The symbol of the county council, Leicestershire County Cricket Club and Leicester City FC, is the fox. Leicestershire is considered to be the birthplace of fox hunting as it is known today. Hugo Meynell, who lived in Quorn, is known as the father of fox hunting. Melton Mowbray and Market Harborough have associations with fox hunting, as has neighbouring Rutland. Leicestershire, Hampshire, and Herefordshire are the only three English counties lacking a registered flag.[1] A design was proposed for Leicestershire in 2017 based on symbols associated with the county – a fox and a cinquefoil.

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