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Towergate announce two further park home residents’ events

Towergate announce two further park home residents’ eventsTowergate Insurance, one of the leading providers of park home insurance, has announced details of its next two road shows, bringing the number of such events it has organised to 12. More than 1,300 residents have attended these events to date.

The next event takes place on 4 September at Tempsford Stuart Memorial Village Hall, in Church Street, Tempsford, Bedfordshire (postcode for sat-nav SG19 2AW). Invitations will go out to all park home residents living in Cambridgeshire, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire; around 5500 in total.

On 2 October another event takes place at Rolleston Village Hall, in Staythorpe Road, Rolleston, Newark (postcode NG23 5SG). Park home residents living in Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire, Rutland and Leicestershire - around 5,100 in total - will receive invitations in September.

You can register to attend in advance by emailing paul.baker@towergate.co.uk or calling 0844 892 1417 and asking for ‘road show registration’. You will need to provide the names and addresses of all attendees and contact details. Towergate would also like attendees’ park home insurance renewal date but stresses that the event is open to any park home resident, whether insured with Towergate or not.
Speakers at the events so far confirmed are: Alan Savory MBE, a senior advisor for The Independent Park Home Advisory Service (IPHAS); Sonia McColl MBE, founder of the Park Home Owners’ Justice Campaign; and Neil Miller, a specialist park home lawyer at Park Home Legal Services. Additional speakers are still to be confirmed.

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Both events start at 3pm with short presentations from the panel, this is followed by a Q&A session. The event concludes at 5pm. Chairing the event will be Paul Baker, Towergate’s Park Home Account Director. There is free parking at both venues and tea/coffee will be available from 2pm. The event is free to attend. For more information please contact Paul Baker.