Coast reopening heralds start of 'boom year for caravan sales and staycations'

2021 is going to be a 'boom' year along the Lincolnshire coast, according to a new caravan company.

Stuart Dean (left) has teamed up with Jamie Anderson to launch a new business called UK Statics Ltd.

April 12 sees caravan parks and self-catering accommodation reopen along the coast, which in East Lindsey alone has 200 caravan sites and nearly 25,000 static caravans.

Jamie Anderson has teamed up with Stuart Dean to launch a new business called UK Statics Ltd.

Now directors of the company, they met working together as sales advisors at Southview Leisure Park in Skegness and Jamie recently left as the holiday park manager at Fantasy Island in Ingoldmells to work for the business full-time.

East Lindsey alone has 200 caravan sites and nearly 25,000 static caravans.

"We have already seen a huge surge in purchases and very much believe UK staycations and Skegness in general is going to boom this year," said Jamie.

The local entrepreneurs branched out from working for local holiday parks to set up their own nationwide and European static caravan business.

They say they are already seeing 'great success'.

"UK statics Ltd is a new and thriving business that will be buying and selling static caravans," said Jamie.

"We have secured a showground in Mablethorpe that will be opening in the coming months.

"We have already seen a huge surge in purchases and very much believe UK staycations and Skegness and the coast in general is going to boom this year."

For more details of the company, visit www.cash4urstatic.com