Victory Leisure Homes – the luxury holiday home manufacturer, with sites in Gilberdyke and Hull – has announced its chosen charity for 2022, which is an organisation particularly close to the heart of one long-serving member of staff.
Chris Rooks, flooring department team leader, has worked at Victory for over a decade. Four years ago, he became a dad to daughter Millie, who was diagnosed with Down Syndrome before she was born.
Hull-based luxury holiday homes manufacturer, Victory Leisure Homes, continues to strengthen its leadership team with the appointment of Jamie Kirk as its commercial director.
Jamie – who has over 15 years experience in holiday home manufacturing – returns ‘home’ to Victory Leisure Homes, having previously held the title of regional sales manager between 2011 – 2017, as the business continues to realise its bold and ambitious growth plans.
The government’s roadmap for ending lockdown proposes 12 April for holiday parks to re-open, yet coronavirus infection transmissions remain a grave concern, as well as being a challenge for hygiene teams.
In response, an East Yorkshire static caravan manufacturer, Sunseeker Holiday Homes, has pledged to protect staff, customers and holidaymakers, by commissioning Cicada Antimicrobial Surface Protection Services.
Holiday homes manufacturer Victory Leisure Homes has announced two senior management hires as the company continues to grow and invest in its future.
Mark Hewitt joins Gilberdyke-based Victory as operations director and Steve Bulliment as research and innovation director, bringing with them almost 50 years combined experience in the holiday home industry.
Beverley and Holderness MP, Graham Stuart, has met with the Minister for Business & Industry to impress on the Government the caravan industry’s importance for the local area.
Minister Nadhim Zahawi heard from local MPs about the effect that the lockdown has had on an industry which supports over 3,206 jobs in the East Riding alone, along with thousands of more jobs in the supply chain and those on holiday parks. More than 200,000 people are employed by holiday parks across the country.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council has issued updates on its tourism facilities in the light of the revised government advice issued earlier this week, and offered advice to those thinking of visiting the area in the coming days.