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We recently caught up with the beautiful Jacqueline Petrie, resident of our Willows Park in Surrey. She has been living on the park since 2007 and loves it! “I wouldn’t have stayed this long if I didn’t love it” says Jackie very candidly. Jackie works up in London in the foreign office and she says […]
Location, Location, Location It all starts with the location! A good location can mean different things to different people. Maybe it’s the nearness to a bus-stop for someone or the shopping mall for someone else? You can certainly buy the right home in the wrong location. You can then restructure it, remodel it but you […]
Sheila & Dave Scottow moved into Westover Park about 3 weeks back. They are the proud owners of a brand new Willerby Hazlewood. Sheila practices yoga & meditation daily and is a lovely human being. We had a lovely chat with her – hope you enjoy reading it! Q. Why did you choose a park […]
The entire Wyldecrest Parks team have been very busy this year with a record number of people visiting our parks and moving in. August has been one of the busiest months of the year with literally one new resident moving in every day in one of our 75 parks across the UK. We also have […]
We caught up with the lovely Mr Bird & Ms Hardman who have recently moved into our gorgeous Saltmarshe Castle Park. They previously lived in a 4-bedroom house on the outskirts of Worcester city before they moved. Q. How did you hear about Wyldecrest Parks? We saw some Wyldecrest Parks homes & articles on a […]
We are back to the lovely Saltmarshe Castle Park to meet a lovely couple Mr & Mrs. Clarke who have moved in about 2 weeks ago. Hope you enjoy reading about their experience of selling their properties in France & UK & moving into a park home bungalow. Q. Where were you living before […]
Research and experience has always shown that social interaction and community support plays a significant role in overall health and well-being, especially as people age. Spending time with friends and family can boost quality of life, including both physical and mental health. Benefits of staying engaged in a community especially as we age are quite […]