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Park Back Open for 2013

Small Windmill

Bridge Farm re-opened today for the 2013 season and we were delighted to see so many of the familiar faces back at the Park on the very first day.  Even the dreary March weather didn't dampen our regular customers' enthusiasm to be back at the Park.  It was a flurry of activity as so many customers were getting their caravans unpacked and everything sorted for the new season ahead.  Fingers crossed Spring is just around the corner!

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Thank You Paul & Carl Wilson!

We must send a big THANK YOU to our plumbing and gas engineers, Paul Wilson and his son, Carl Wilson who have both worked incredibly hard on Bridge Farm Caravan Park this week.  Paul and Carl have been working out in the cold every day getting all the water pumps back on and the water supply to all the static caravan holiday homes reinstated.  It's hard work, especially when it has been so cold and all their efforts have been greatly appreciated.  Thank you!

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Is Spring Coming?

Spring 1

The sun is shining, the birds are singing, the bulbs are growing and the Park is re-opening (on Friday).  Does this mean Spring is coming?!!! Let's hope so!

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Busy Bees Over Winter

Digger

Whilst the Caravan Park has been closed over the winter period, we have been incredibly busy with our winter maintenance work and some new improvements.

We have installed new fencing down the left of the main driveway in order to give plots 61 to 70 more privacy and shelter.  We think the fencing looks smart and also helps with pedestrian safety down the main driveway.  It's quite a long run though so we think we will be kept very busy painting/treating all the panels!

We have also managed to finish the new lighting around the second half of the Park.  We have completed the new lighting on the first half of the Park last summer and have now completed the remaining areas this month.  The new lighting gives a much better spread of light helping with safety and security when it is dark.

Our contractors, Tony Skinner & Sons, have worked very hard over the past month with the work on the Park which has also included concreting some more plots/bases for some of our new customers, laying patio areas and footways, and laying block paved parking bays on several plots for some of our existing customers.  The block paved parking bays offer a great improvement to customers' plots, making access a lot easier especially during wet weather and really enhance the look of the Park.  If any new or existing customers are interested in having a block paved parking bay for their plot then please make enquiries at the Site Office.

We send a big thank you to Tony and his boys (Rob, Joe and Paige) for all their help this winter. 

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