Following a year of record holiday bookings, the Bridge Leisure Park group has revealed a £1 million programme of developments at its eight holiday parks across the UK.
In Cornwall, Bridge is investing almost £200,000 at its newest holiday park Hengar Manor, with the bulk of the spend going towards new holiday caravan accommodation.
At Trevella Park near Newquay, the group is devoting more than £150,000 to new caravans and two-floor safari lodge tents, which are the latest addition to the park’s popular glamping village.
Across the border at Hedley Wood in Devon, more than £200,000 is being spent on additional self-catering caravans, new top-of-the-range ensuite touring pitches with private showers and toilets, and introducing glamping for the first time with safari tents and two-floor safari lodge tents.
At Ashbourne Heights in the Peak District, the company is adding new holiday caravans and safari lodge tents with hot tubs, toilets and showers, as part of a £100,000 accommodation development.
Sand le Mere Holiday Village on the East Yorkshire coast has received more than £10 million of investment over the past six years, with a further spend of £100,000 in place for new caravans and refurbished touring facilities in 2018.
Andrew Howe, Bridge Leisure Chief Executive says: “We are thrilled to be launching this significant plan of development across our parks in 2018.
“In addition to adding new accommodation options, we will continue our exciting programme of team development, with every Bridge employee receiving our tailor-made HEARTS training and up to 30 people taking part in our MINDS coaching programme, which will continue to develop the Bridge Leisure stars of the future.”