Spa retailer HotSpring World lent a helping hand in a new BBC TV series ‘Operation People Power’ in the run up to Christmas. Hosted by well-known Hairy Biker Dave Myers, the show follows a group of celebrities as they carry out community projects to help those in need. HotSpring took part in the first episode […]
The HotSpring World team has launched a new fundraising initiative to raise vital funds for Cancer Research UK. The company has produced some special red ducks and are donating £1 to Cancer Research UK for every red duck photo taken at beauty spots across the country. Last year the team raised over £3,000 by producing […]
Leading spa suppliers and water treatment specialists are expressing concern over increased sales of Tri-Chlor tablets, mostly via the Internet, to unwitting hot tub owners who are unaware of the potentially detrimental effect on their hot tubs, especially to heating components.
HotSpring World has supported the Scotsdales Charitable Foundation and Cambridge Cancer Help Centre by giving away a hot tub worth over £7,000. Having recently opened a new hot tub showroom at the Scotsdales Garden Centre in Cambridge, HotSpring World was eager to help reach this final fundraising goal so donated the hot tub from the […]
Back garden hot tubs have been named for the first time among the top 10 causes of ‘garden rage’ in an annual survey BBC’s Gardeners’ World magazine.
A leading hot tub equipment supplier has warned of the dangers of selling spa components directly to the general public, fearing the consequences including inevitable fatalities. Ray Desmond, the co-founder of Spa Euro, one of Europe’s leading trade suppliers, says the spa and hot tub industry is sitting on a ticking time bomb because of the lack of regulation.
Spa spares and repairs offer a wealth of potential to the water leisure sector, as Christina Connor reports…
Oozing infectious enthusiasm, the effervescent Conrad Bos clutches a packet of frozen peas as he welcomes me to the Bosta UK headquarters in Suffolk, writes Christina Connor.
“This is to remind us of the importance of Ps,” enthuses Conrad, Bosta’s UK managing director. “P for people; p for product and p for proper planning – we all
need to remember the peas,” he smiles.
Water companies that are about to impose a hose pipe ban in drought-affected areas of England, are misleading pool and spa businesses and their customers about the ban’s potential impact. Advice, being given by the water authorities themselves, that hot tubs cannot be filled after April 5, is both misinformed and factually incorrect. Contrary to advice being issued, hot tubs and the filling of newly constructed swimming pools are not affected by hose pipe bans.
They say there is always potential to turn a negative into a
positive. What better example of that than HotSpring hot tubs,
under the guidance of US manufacturer, Watkins, part of the