Reopening roadmap stage 2
As confirmed by the PM in yesterday's press conference. Everything for Stage 2 of reopening business goes ahead from next Monday 12th April, so that means that all holiday home owners can return to their caravans and stay overnight as normal. This stage of reopening only allows for single household (support bubbles) to use accommodation, so no guests can stay overnight for this initial period. Externally you have the rule of 6 (or two families) so you can have your friends in your gardens or decking (social distancing rules still apply) but nobody from another household is allowed in your caravan. We will be keeping the laundry open on a one person inside rule at a time only, please stick to this rule as we will be forced to close it if this facility is being used by more as it becomes classed as a shared facility which aren't yet allowed to open at this stage of the roadmap.
See you all in 6 days and lets pray for some nice weather.
Posted on 6th April 2021
Test and Trace
We have been advised that the rules regarding test and trace have been updated as of the 29th March. When checking in you must check in ALL
individuals in your party, and likewise when leaving check out ALL.
You can do this either using the APP scanning the QR posters scattered around site on the notice boards, or by texting or Whatsapp to 07508497340. The same number can be used for voicemail, but texts or Whatsapp messages are prefered. Please avoid checking in at the office and use the other methods.
Thanks and see you soon.
Posted on 31st March 2021
End of Stay at Home order
We have received clarification regarding day visits, with the relaxation of the stay at home restriction between the 29th March and the expected reopening date of the 12th April day visits to your caravan are allowed. There is still no overnight stays allowed. We ask that this is owners and their household only as per current guidelines. We ask to avoid problems with potential overnight stays that access to your caravans will be in daylight hours only. Please check in and out for purposes of track and trace on the designated mobile number. This only applies to current owners and access is not allowed for sales visits. Sales visits will resume by appointment only from the 12th April. The office will be open from 9.30 - 3. We are currently keeping the laundry open please only have one household inside the building at one time. If we find that this isn’t being adhered to we will be forced to close the laundry until 19th May when restrictions are further lifted.
No earlier than 29 March
Q. From 29 March: When the stay-at-home rule is lifted, are people allowed to travel to visit/maintain/collect belongings from their caravans on parks although the holiday park would be closed by law? And can owners of a self-catering property visit it ahead of reopening in Step 2 for cleaning and maintenance?
A. From 29 March, people are permitted to travel to visit, maintain, clean and collect belongings from their self-catering properties and their caravans on parks which are currently closed, but people should minimise travel where possible.
Posted on 28th March 2021
Covid 19 Update
Monday 22nd February
We are, the same as all of you, awaiting the update from the Government this evening.
It is believed, the Prime Minister will provide a road map out of the current restrictions.
We are therefore, aiming to update you all on our future plans over the next few days; once we have had time to digest and assess the information given.
We thank you all for your continued support and patience.
We are keeping everything crossed for some positive news for all.
Posted on 22nd February 2021
We have just had clarification of the guidance from the BHHPA.
The Christmas bubble relaxations (up to three households, outside Tier 4) will only apply on Christmas Day. The guidance confirms for people in Tiers 1, 2 and 3:
‘Outside a Tier 4 area, you can stay in private rented accommodation, a hotel, hostel or B&B in England over Christmas, in line with the social gathering rules in your tier. This includes in a tier 3: Very High alert area between 24 and 26 December, as long as you are staying by yourself, or with other members of your household and it is necessary for the purposes of seeing your Christmas bubble on Christmas Day. If necessary, you can stay in private rented accommodation with members of your household, or your Christmas bubble.’
So, holiday parks and campsites in Tier 3 may reopen for customers from Tiers 1, 2 and 3 for the nights of 24 and 25 December, closing again on 26 December.
So basically it means that if you want to come as your single household you can come to your caravans for a small break at Christmas. Whilst here on Christmas Day you are allowed another 2 households to join you but they must not stay overnight.
Posted on 21st December 2020
Anyone who is wanting to come, we recommend you come as early as possible on Christmas Eve as the office is closing at 1.00 and only extreme emergency cover will be available after this.