Motorhomes for sale Nottinghamshire

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Garry Broughton

Garry Broughton

Hi, my name is Garry. Before Motorhome Depot I worked in hospitality and my desire to have exceedingly good customer service skills is a huge priority to me. Whether you are looking to sell your beloved motorhome or searching for your first I will do my upmost to ensure the big decision is as easy and stress free as possible.

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.

Malcolm Marsh, Richard Parker & Ash Ford

Malcolm Marsh, Richard Parker & Ash Ford

Hi, my name is Malc I have worked in retail for 30 years, priding myself for giving a professional and personal service. At motorhomedepot.com I aim to ensure that the sale or purchase of your motorhome is handled quickly and as smoothly as possible, giving you 100% satisfaction - please contact me so together we can make your dreams come true.

I am Richard - before Motorhome Depot I was in retail and my desire to have exceedingly good customer service skills is a huge priority to me. I thrive off giving ALL customers a great service experience, introducing buyers to sellers and making the process smooth and enjoyable.

Hi, my name is Ash. I have worked in retail for 15 years and take personal pride in offering exceptional customer service. At Motorhome Depot, it’s our mission to facilitate the buying and selling process from start to finish. I’ll take all the stress and hassle away, so that you don’t have to worry about changing your busy schedule. A Reliable and diligent work-ethic but always willing to lend a helping hand – whether you’re looking to buy, sell, part-ex or have a query you need help with, please get in touch!

Melvyn Homer & Lisa Lovell

Melvyn Homer & Lisa Lovell

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 Nottinghamshire. Nottinghamshire (pronounced /ˈnɒtɪŋəmʃər/ or /-ʃɪər/;[2] abbreviated Notts.) is a county in the East Midlands region of England, bordering South Yorkshire to the north-west, Lincolnshire to the east, Leicestershire to the south, and Derbyshire to the west. The traditional county town is Nottingham, though the county council is based in West Bridgford in the borough of Rushcliffe, at a site facing Nottingham over the River Trent. The districts of Nottinghamshire are Ashfield, Bassetlaw, Broxtowe, Gedling, Mansfield, Newark and Sherwood, and Rushcliffe. The City of Nottingham was administratively part of Nottinghamshire between 1974 and 1988, but is now a unitary authority,[2] remaining part of Nottinghamshire for ceremonial purposes. In 2017, the county was estimated to have a population of 785,800. Over half of the population of the county live in the Greater Nottingham conurbation (which continues into Derbyshire).[3] The conurbation has a population of about 650,000, though less than half live within the city boundaries.

Nottinghamshire lies on the Roman Fosse Way, and there are Roman settlements in the county; for example at Mansfield, and forts such as at the Broxtowe Estate in Bilborough. The county was settled by Angles around the 5th century, and became part of the Kingdom, and later Earldom, of Mercia. However, there is evidence of Saxon settlement at the Broxtowe Estate, Oxton, near Nottingham, and Tuxford, east of Sherwood Forest. The name first occurs in 1016, but until 1568, the county was administratively united with Derbyshire, under a single Sheriff. In Norman times, the county developed malting and woollen industries. During the industrial revolution, the county held much needed minerals such as coal and iron ore, and had constructed some of the first experimental waggonways in the world; an example of this is the Wollaton wagonway of 1603-1616, which transported minerals from bell pitt mining areas at Strelley and Bilborough, this led to canals and railways being constructed in the county, and the lace and cotton industries grew. In the 18th and 19th centuries, mechanised deeper collieries opened, and mining became an important economic sector, though these declined after the 1984–85 miners' strike.

Until 1610, Nottinghamshire was divided into eight Wapentakes. Sometime between 1610 and 1719, they were reduced to six – Newark, Bassetlaw, Thurgarton, Rushcliffe, Broxtowe, and Bingham, some of these names still being used for the modern districts. Oswaldbeck was absorbed in Bassetlaw, of which it forms the North Clay division, and Lythe in Thurgarton.

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