Coronavirus Update 18th October 2020

Coronavirus Update 18th October 2020

PARKS TO CLOSE from 6.00pm on Friday 23rd October to Monday 9th November.

As you all have probably heard already the Welsh Government is putting Wales into a full lockdown once again. This is devastating news for all of us. This time however, it is for a fixed period of 17 days after which the First Minister has stated that it will not be extended and things will go back to normal. Let us hope that he sticks to his word.

This means that from 6.00pm on Friday 23rd October 2020 the Parks will close and all travel within Wales is prohibited unless for essential travel.
You can see all the restrictions that the Welsh Government have put in place by copying and pasting this link.:

Coming to your caravan, even to prepare for winter is deemed unessential. If you wish to drain off your caravan before 6.00pm on Friday, you may come and do so but we have been told to advise you that you cannot stay.

The Welsh Government’s response to controlling the virus differs greatly from that of England and we may agree or disagree with it, but we must abide by it. The advice is something we follow very closely in a bid to contain the spread of the virus and safeguard both our Staff and you as Caravan Owners.

We ask all caravan owners who are not currently on the park not to come here, after 6.00pm Friday, and if you are on the park please go home. We are following the Government’s guidance so closing to protect you and the wider society.
The time for you to leave in a safe and orderly way is limited. If there is any reason why you cannot leave, you need to discuss that with us now.
The office/receptions will be closed most of the time but we will be working in-between Parks and contactable by telephone. The best telephone numbers to contact us on are :-

Guy: 07974 350 329. Mark: 07974 350 328.

If you have concerns about your caravan or would like to discuss anything whatsoever please call us. We will keep everyone as up to date as possible about the situation and especially about when we can allow you back on site.

The Bancroft Family and the staff are devastated we have had to take this action once again, but we are in a time of national crisis and must follow Governmental and Industry advice to keep us all safe.

We would like to wish everyone the best of health at this time and thank you for your understanding and patience.

Stay safe,

Mark, Guy, Karen and Dianne