Norfolk campsite introduces new play areas
Photos courtesy of Kelling heath Holiday Park
There is a wood-framed train in the campsite's Village Square (for younger children) and a Squirrel's Drey walkway with slide, ladder and a climbing frame (for older kids) on the sports field. The latter design was chosen in light of the fact that Kelling has successfully bred over 30 kittens since joining the national red squirrel breeding programme in 1999.
The new structures are made from sustainable robinia wood to fit in with the campsite's natural surroundings, being made and installed by play park specialist, Elbe.
Mark Durrant, Kelling Health's Park Manager, says
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