The Elddis 2018 Factory Open Weekend Is Almost Here

Elddis are hosting their annual Factory Open Weekend
Elddis are hosting their annual Factory Open Weekend

Thursday, 31, Aug 2017 01:10

The Elddis 2018 Factory Open Weekend Is Almost Here

By William Coleman

In what is now becoming an annual must attend event, 2018 Elddis Factory Open Weekend is only 16 days away.

Since 2015 Elddis have been giving customer a unique inside look into the manufacturing side of the motorhome and caravan industry. This open day gives customers the opportunity to see what goes into making these stunning and award winning caravans and Motorhomes. Those attending will be shown the production and design that goes into putting together all the different ranges Elddis provide.

Apart from seeing how Elddis design and build their caravans and motorhomes the public will also be able to view the 2018 ranges from Elddis, Compass, Xplore and Buccaneer before the general public.

There will be industry experts there to give industry and product information directly attendees from the source, ideal for anyone who is interested in buying their first motorhome or caravan. At the end of the events there will be a range of special offers available. Perfect for anyone who loves a great deal without the waiting list and queues of people waiting to get there hands on the 2018 ranges.

Also attending the event will be two of the UK's biggest membership organisers; The Caravan and Motorhome Club and The Camping and Caravanning Club.

With over 2000 people attending each day be sure to plan ahead and beat to book in advance and beat the rush to the ticket office.

To make booking and pricing infomation go to the Elddis website Caerphilly County Borough Council

Event Opening Hours: 10am to 4pm

Location: Elddis Factory

Access via Butsfield Lane (signposted Knitsley)

Delves Lane

Consett

County Durham

DH8 7PE

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