Bourne Leisure

The Norovirus is a stomach bug that effects up to 1 million people in the UK each year. It is highly contagious, spreads quickly in enclosed environments and outbreaks can lead to schools, hospital wards and hotels having to close. 

Holiday provider Bourne Leisure, which own Butlins, Haven and Warner Leisure, is RSPH-accredited for its prevention and control of norovirus training programme. 

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