UK-based caravan site operator Park Resorts has revealed that it has invested millions of pounds in its facilities.
As well as a great deal of new accommodation, the holiday park firm is set to introduce two brand new shows to its entertainment acts this summer.
Alice in Boogieland is a family show which follows the protagonist in an all-dancing parody of Alice in Wonderland.
Meanwhile, Krew Club’s Got Talent is a kids show where children get to see park mascot Sparky rehearse to prove that he has the skills to be the Krew Club winner.
The firm has also invested in improvements and refurbishments to its Oasis Showbar at Cayton Bay in Yorkshire, the Clifftop Bar at California Cliffs and Showbar Carmarthen Bay in south Wales.
Kent’s Shurland Dale and East Sussex’s Camber Sands sites also have refurbished swimming pools for the new season, while Essex’s Valley Farm has a new indoor swimming pool and changing rooms.
Meanwhile, Park Resorts has also booked a number of top acts to appear at its sites throughout the summer, including popular 1990s boy band 911.