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BREAKING NEWS

BREAKING NEWS

For everyone who passed their car driving test from 1st January 1997, the rules on what you can tow are changing. Although, different rules apply if you live in Northern Ireland.

 

Swift Live 2022 Season - NOW LIVE!

Swift Live 2022 Season - NOW LIVE!

Whether you're new to the leisure industry or an experienced caravanner or motorhome owner, join us and our team for expert advice and all this season's highlights.

 

COMPETITION WINNER ANNOUNCED

COMPETITION WINNER ANNOUNCED

Swift Group, the UK’s no. 1 manufacturer of touring caravans, motorhomes and holiday homes, has made a family’s holiday dreams come true with the huge prize of a Swift Edge 476 motorhome.

 

Swift Supports British Rally Champion

Swift Supports British Rally Champion

Swift and Yuasa are proud to unveil the new livery for British Rally champion Matt Edwards’ 2021 title challenger. But this isn’t just any old launch. Instead, it’s been revealed inside a computer game with a corresponding E-Sports rally contest....

 

BREAKING NEWS

BREAKING NEWS

Swift Live, Swift Group’s debut virtual event, has been extended following a superb reception.

 

International Women's Day

International Women's Day

Meet Abbie our Undergraduate Project Engineer. Abbie joined Swift 4 yrs ago as an apprentice studying NVQ L3 in Mechanical Engineering.

 

YUASA backs Matt Edwards

YUASA backs Matt Edwards

Reigning British Rally Champion, Matt Edwards, will challenge for a third successive BRC title with the continued support of Yuasa for the upcoming season.

 

Swift Live is buzzing!

Swift Live is buzzing!

Swift Group launches its first online show, Swift Live, to a hugely positive reception.

 

Covid-19 Update

Covid-19 Update

Following the announcement from the Prime Minister on January 4th, we are pleased to confirm that as a manufacturer, Swift plans to continue full business operation, including production.

 

BREAKING NEWS

BREAKING NEWS

A statement by the Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, in today’s Budget confirmed that the rise in Vehicle Excise Duty (VED), which was imposed on new motorhomes, is to be reversed.