St Hermans Estate Co Limited

Residential & Holiday Caravan Park Operators

CORONAVIRUS (24 MARCH 2020)


HOLIDAY CARAVAN OWNERS

Regrettably; in view of the Prime Minister's address last night and subsequent Government Advice (which specifically mentions caravan parks), we have taken the decision to close our holiday parks with immediate effect for the foreseeable future.


As you are aware, there is no timescale for this "lockdown" other than a government review in three weeks' time. We will put updates on this page as and when they occur, but in the meantime:

If you are currently at home, please stay at home; and

If you are currently at your caravan, please close it up and go home.


Please do not worry about tidying your pitch or cutting your grass - small things like that can be dealt with when the parks reopen.


For now, just concentrate on keeping yourselves and your families safe and we hope to see you back on Hayling soon.


HEAD OFFICE

Our office will be open until Friday 27 March, but will then close down for the time being (from then on we will only be returning for short visits to undertake specific tasks that cannot be done remotely).


We will continue to check our emails and answerphone messages, but would ask that you only contact us if absolutely necessary during this period.


We are not accepting visitors in the office, so if you have an invoice to pay please either call us to pay by card in the next few days or do a bank transfer (the details you require are on the invoice).


ALL CUSTOMERS

In accordance with medical advice, we would ask you to maintain a minimum 2m distance from anyone else and follow NHS Guidelines.


Anyone feeling unwell or showing the following symptoms should stay home:
a high temperature (this means that you feel hot to touch on your chest or back - you do not need to measure your temperature); or
a new, continuous cough (this means either coughing a lot for more than an hour, or three or more coughing episodes in 24 hours - if you usually have a cough, it may be worse than usual).