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Camping and Caravanning Club to invest £7.5m in campsites

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The Camping and Caravanning Club is to invest £7.5 million in its network of 106 campsites in the coming months, with large-scale capital works taking place at seven sites.

The money is being invested as part of the Club site programme to improve facilities for the future enjoyment of both members and non-members. Proceeds raised through camping at the Club's campsites over the course of the year are invested into the site network annually as part of the programme.

Bob Hill, Sites Director, said: “With a growth in membership, the Club’s work to improve our UK club sites is of key importance. We now have more campers wanting to camp with us than at any other time in our history, and by investing so much in our facilities we’re helping to provide the best and most memorable holiday experiences we can.”

Major works include:

  • The refurbishment of two facilities blocks, a motorhome service point, service area and widening of some site roads at Clitheroe Club Site, Lancashire
  • Improvements to reception building plus facilities block, service areas and motorhome service point at Kessingland, Suffolk
  • Upgrades to two facility blocks and resurfacing of some site roads plus new hardstandings and service areas will be added at St Neots in Cambridgeshire
  • Full refurbishment of two facility blocks at West Runton, Norfolk
  • Site electric upgrade plus a new motorhome service point, improved facilities block and new site roads at Woodhall Spa, Lincolnshire
  • 30 new hardstanding pitches as part of redevelopment of touring field plus refurbishment of facility block and site reception at Wyeside near Rhyader, mid-Wales.

 

    

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