Bespoke Barriers & Social Distancing Measures for Holiday Parks

Published on June 23, 2020

The Mayfield Group have been busier than ever working on bespoke barriers and troughs to help local holiday parks adhere to social distancing guidelines.

The Mayfield Group reopened earlier this month, following Government advice, and we are continuing to follow guidance to protect our staff and our customers. We have resumed manufacturing and installing our uPVC sundecks and decking accessories, but we have also found a new use for our uPVC. We’ve also been busy working on bespoke barriers, troughs and more social distancing measures to help local holiday parks reopen safely. 

 

Social Distancing Barriers for Holiday Parks

Our bespoke barriers for holiday parks can help enforce social distancing rules on parks. Our social distancing barriers have been designed to minimise contact between people in busy locations, for instance, a park reception or a park shop. By enforcing the physical distance with our uPVC barriers, you could potentially prevent transmission and spread of infection. 

Bespoke Barriers as Social Distancing Measures for Holiday Parks

We recently supplied Shorefield Holidays with bespoke barriers to help them create one-way entrances for their supermarket. 

For more information about our uPVC solutions, read our recent blog where we outlined the benefits of uPVC

Bespoke Planters and Troughs

The Mayfield Group have also designed and installed bespoke planters for local holiday parks. These troughs are a more visually-appealing alternative to social distancing barriers, while adhering to guidelines and protecting your visitors and staff. These gorgeous bespoke planters were installed in the outdoor dining area at Shorefield Holidays’ restaurant. For more information about our bespoke planters or barriers, give us a call on 01202 233959.

These uPVC Bespoke Planters can be used as a social distancing measure

When will holiday parks reopen in the UK?

As lockdown restrictions continue to ease around the country, it has been announced that holiday parks and caravan parks can begin to open from July 4th. The Travel Risk & Incident Prevention (TRIP) Group believe that staying in a holiday lodge or static caravan poses little risk, as each unit has its own plot and social distancing can be followed easily. Nonetheless, holiday parks must still adhere to Government regulations and take all safety precautions. 

 

Social Distancing Measures for Holiday Parks

Holiday parks should only open facilities where social distancing can be followed and all visitors and staff can be kept safe. Shorefield Holidays, for instance, will offer a contactless check-in and delivery service from their on-site restaurants. You can also use social distancing barriers to create one-way entrances and exits, effectively recreating the social distancing measures you might find in a local supermarket. 

 

Helping your park reopen safely.

Contact The Mayfield Group for more information about our social distancing barriers.

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