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IT'S FUN IN THE SUN AT LITTLE LAKES; OUT&ABOUT.

ITTLE Lakes Holiday Park is looking forward to more fantastic weather this summer.

"This brilliant weather could not have come at a better time for us", said Sam Galpin, who runs the Park Office.

"Having just re-designed the whole pool and play area, including new decking and a complete new set of sun-loungers and furniture, the park members have been soaking up the sun in perfect conditions.

"Our new courtyard is also a suntrap, just right for a quiet drink whilst surfing the internet!" With the school holidays about to start, the pool will have two lifeguards on duty for the whole day - perfect for a family outing. Junior golf programmes, cycle trails a kids activity room - the summer will fly by!

As always, the clubhouse has a busy calendar of entertainers on weekend nights - just check out the Park Facebook page, www.facebook.com/littlelakes, for details.

Little Lakes Holiday Park is set within 250 acres of Worcestershire's most beautiful countryside, just three miles from the picturesque Georgian town of Bewdley.

Established in 1961, the holiday park retains its original friendly character even though it has grown into one of the most prestigious parks in the Midlands.

Set within delightful, rolling countryside and oak woods, comprising more than 350 plots, with an 18 hole golf course, Little Lakes offers both new and used caravans and chalets, with prices to suit all pockets. Finance packages are available for all new purchases. Why not visit Little Lakes to see just how wonderfully situated they are. Sam added: "The website does a good job of showing how beautiful the park is, but there is no substitute for seeing it for real."

Normal office hours are 9am to 4.45pm in the week, and 10am to 3:45pm at the weekends and Bank Holidays. Visit www.littlelakespark.co.uk

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Publication:Sunday Mercury (Birmingham, England)
Date:Jul 30, 2017
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