2016 Pitch Fees are paid in two parts – the first part payable
by 14th April is £1,506, net of prompt payment discount. The
second part payable by 30th November - comprising of Local Authority Rates, Water and Refuse Disposal Charges
(calculated end October) - was £280.81 in 2015.
and Calor Gas meters are read at the end of October and are payable by 30th November.
Insurance Cover (new for old) is a requirement of our Terms and Conditions. Cost of Insurance depending
on the type of holiday home – at least £350.
WiFi internet connection is available throughout the caravan park and costs £16 per season when paid with the Pitch
Fees or £27 when paid separately. Extra 'time codes' can be purchased so that all the family can go online
The Park is in two sections, the Main Park
opened in 1965 and the Grove opened in 1990.
The Park opens
for a little over seven months from late March to the last Sunday in October. We open in 2016 on Thursday
17th March and close on Sunday 30th October. Occupation of the Park is restricted
to holiday or recreational purposes by our Site Licence. Residential use of a holiday home on the Park
would be a breach of our planning permission and licence. Holiday home owners must have their own or rented accommodation and be registered on their
local Electoral Roll.
Park’s laundry is equipped with a coin-operated washer, coin-op dryer, spinner, two deep sinks and iron.
There is also a notice board with Park and tourist information & an emergency telephone.
Dogs are allowed provided they are not a nuisance to others, kept on a lead and exercised off the Park.
Letting of your caravan holiday home is allowed, however, it is required
that the holiday home remains primarily for your own or your family’s use and not used as a commercial
venture. The park owner does not act as a letting agent or own a hire fleet. The large
majority of holiday homeowners do not let.
be extended annually provided the holiday home is kept in good order and appearance. While there is no
age limit for a holiday home to stay on the park, it is usual that a holiday home in it’s teens would not be considered
suitable for resale on the park, though condition and appearance would still be the main criteria. Commission
(11.3636%+VAT) is charged on caravan holiday-homes resold on the Caravan Park and is incorporated in the ‘Display Price’
i.e. price shown on the Sales List & Sales Signs.