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Holiday Parks


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hlpd forum - networking sessions in action

Suppliers to the holiday and leisure park industry gathered to meet project delegates at this well-organised forum at Whittlebury Hall Hotel, Northamptonshire in November.

Stable Events themed the seminars on “Harnessing the growth in the UK staycation” and speakers ranged from across the breadth of the tourism sector.

As well as speaker sessions and a networking gala dinner, 1:2:1 sessions were arranged prior to the event which meant delegates could meet the suppliers most relevant to them.

Farm Diversity editor Victoria Galligan attended the forum and here she offers an insight into the speaker sessions which may help you stay ahead of the competition in 2020…

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Andy Sutton from Sutton Hospitality Consultants

Andy Sutton, founder of Sutton Hospitality Consultants lives and breathes hospitality and leisure – it has been his passion for 25 years. His proven track record for achieving great results spanning the holiday park, leisure and theme park industry commands him enviable respect amongst his industry peers and competitors.

Andy’s projects are built from the ground up; firm foundations and careful planning, land development with specialisms in Greenfield Site and Unique Accommodation. Taking a piece of land, planning, developing, building, sales, marketing and then selling an established park with an increase of 130% - all in only 3 years is one of Andys proudest achievements. 

When it comes to alternative and unique accommodation - the quirkier the better! Sutton Hospitality Consultants have a great eye for recognising the potential in unusual and obscure projects. They share with you knowledge and expertise to help you to realise your unconventional and alternative accommodation potentialTheyve even converted metal freight containers into castles!