The Caravan, Camping & Motorhome Show to host Approved Workshop Scheme

The AWS will change service quality standards for many years to come

by Dan Hughes

With 365 members and counting, the AWS will raise awareness at the show

The 2015 Caravan, Camping & Motorhome Show has much more than just the latest and best brands of caravans and motorhomes. This year, the show will host the Approved Workshop Scheme (AWS) after numbers have seen a boost in recent times. The scheme, which involves giving caravan and motorhome owners access to quality services they may not have had access to in the past, has gained 44 new supporters this year, raising the total number of fixed and mobile Approved Workshops to a whopping 365 spread throughout the whole of the UK.

At the recent Motorhome & Caravan Show , the AWS received the attention it deserved, with a huge interest expressed by both caravans and motorhomes alike. During the show, the AWS added leading brands Ellis Caravan Services and Aynho Wharf Caravans Ltd to their growing roster.

Another one of its new supporting members, Oakleigh Wood of Bristol Caravans, couldn’t be more pleased about their recent movement to join the scheme. Wood said: “As a workshop striving to deliver outstanding customer experiences, we joined the national AWS to demonstrate our commitment to quality.”

“AWS membership means customers can be confident that the work we carry out is second to none and that it will comply with warranty conditions,” he added.

The Caravan, Camping & Motorhome Show will take place between 17 and 22 February 2015 and will be held at the NEC in Birmingham. Get your tickets here.