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Plans lodged for campsite upgrade

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Proposals have been drawn up for improvements at a campsite in County Durham.

Plans for a new children's play park, extension to the internal road, a caravan storage area and landscaping work have been submitted for the Camping and Caravanning Club's Barnard Castle site, the Darlington and Stockton Times reports.

The play area would include a climbing frame, plastic slide and rope ladder, while the internal road serving the site would be extended by almost 100m.

The planning application submitted to Durham County Council says there would be no increase in the current 90 pitches at the 5.5 hectare site, which is about about 2.5 miles to the west of Barnard Castle.

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