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Vinyl Solutions supports Short Breaks for Disabled Children & Young People in Essex

  • On 07/03/2019

Over the past few years we have been delighted to support the work of the Short Breaks for Disabled Children & Young People service in Essex by installing a number of decks for them for their range of adapted and un-adapted caravans in Essex.

Short Breaks is a fantastic initiative which supports children and young people with disabilities in Essex. The Essex County Council run service gives families the chance to take a break from their normal routines and enjoy doing fun things together.

They also give children and young people the chance to do fun and different activities. This can help build their confidence and independence.

As part of this, Short Breaks has a number of caravans at two holiday parks in Essex, that they hire to registered families at a reduced rate for a short break – and Vinyl Solutions has been pleased to install decking for all of these caravans with both accessible ramp and step access.

Paul Hunter, Regional Account Manager at Vinyl Solutions said: 

“We’ve been really pleased to supply decking solutions for Shortbreaks over the last few years. It is a fantastic initiative and Jo does an amazing job in ensuring the families have a great holiday experience.”

Jo Mason, Commissioning Officer for Short Breaks at Essex County Council, said:

“We’re really pleased with the decking that Vinyl Solutions have supplied for all of our caravans in the region and the thought that has gone into planning the decking to include quieter areas, decking not road facing, making the most of the space available and ensuring lockable safe space giving peace of mind for the whole family. It is really important to us to create the best possible experience for all of the families and having a great outdoor living space for our caravans is a key part of that. Thank you to Vinyl Solutions for providing a seamless service and supplying great products for us to support this.”

For more information about the Short Breaks initiative visit: