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Gattington Park, Coningsby, Lincolnshire is under development and is coming along very nicely. As you can tell from the photos, bases for the park homes are being laid as we speak and are almost complete. We have also taken some photos of the surrounding area and Tattershall Castle to show how beautiful Coningsby is. [two_third […]
Congratulations to Blueleighs Park forthe success of their Charity Coffee Morning in aid of Macmillan Nurses. They raise £175 for Macmillan. Well done to Fran and Sue for organizing the event.
Badgers’s Park raised £110 for Macmillan Cancer after a successful charity day on the park. Thanks to Babs and George for making it a fabulous day and everyone who came. [two_third last=”yes”][doptg id=”47″][/two_third]
Congratulations to Bradgate Park on the success of their Charity Coffee Morning in aid of Macmillan Nurses. The original total of money collected was a whooping £478.08 but a revised total made it £518.08. Bradgate Park said ‘Huge thanks to all the contributors including Mary @ 76, Bernie, Chrissie @ 233, Crystal @ D6, Jan and […]
Here are a few photos of our Head Office and some of the friendly staff that are here to help you with any problems you may have. [two_third last=”yes”][doptg id=”44″][/two_third]
Arthur and Jean Kempster from Lakeview Park paid a visit to Wyldecrest Head Office. Arthur, 85, has been the maintenance man on Lakeview Park, Romford, Essex for 58 years and still has no plans for retirement. [two_third last=”yes”][doptg id=”43″][/two_third]
Waltham Abbey will soon have a Rare Cow in the midst! Alfie has purchased the Parsons restaurant in Waltham Abbey, Alfie commented: “We will be re-branding it as a Rare Cow restaurant and specialising in rare long horn cattle steaks which are bred naturally in Scotland. “ “We hope to attract even more local people […]
ParkHome & Holiday Caravan Magazine have written an article about the background of Lakeview Park, Essex. It’s an interesting read about the legal battle to keep Lakeview, then Caters Caravans, from being closed by Essex County Council and our very own Park Maintenance Man Arthur Kempster.