Great news! Its official! We can re-open on 4th July. This will be subject to us satisfying the government officials, we have taken the right measures and followed the guidelines, to be able to re-open safely. All owners will be contacted over the next few days, to let you know the safety measures we are taking and how we are supporting our owners through these difficult times.
In the meantime, another busy morning on the park yesterday. We took delivery of a brand new Willerby Avonmore. We are sure the new owners will be delighted with their purchase!
So until 4th July…….we can’t wait to see you all!
We are hopeful that we will be able to re-open the park early July, if the current government guidelines can be met. When we have a definite date we will be contacting all holiday home owners individually. Bizarrely, although you may not visit your holiday home, we are open for caravan sales. If anyone would like to book an appointment, or would like details of our current caravans for sale, please contact the park.
In the meantime the video link below is a taste of summer at Fairview. The wildflower meadow is bursting into life and we are pleased to announce the safe arrival of seven new baby moor hens!
We look forward to welcoming you back very soon.
Whilst you can’t visit, we hope you are keeping safe and well.
Whilst you are safely at home, we are looking after the park, until you can return to your special place.
We miss you!
23 March 2020
Following advice from our trade organisation the BH&HPA, and the government we have made the difficult decision to close the park from midnight tonight. We are asking owners who are not on the park not to come here, and are asking owners who are already on the park to please go home as soon as possible. We are following the Government’s guidance so closing to protect you and the wider society.
We ask owners on the park not to stay in your holiday caravan at this time and to be sensitive towards the views and needs of the local community and NHS.
Over the last 24 hours, there has been an increasing and understandable concern in local communities towards the owners of second homes and caravans, as well as holiday visitors. The government’s clear guidance is that there must be no unnecessary or non-essential travel.
Please see the Government’s advice published on this link
“Essential travel does not include visits to second homes, camp sites, caravan parks or similar, whether for isolation purposes or holidays. People should remain in their primary residence. Not taking these steps puts additional pressure on communities and services that are already at risk”
These are unprecedented times. We all have a responsibility to consider not just ourselves but to the people of our country, the local community and on this park.
We have to make decisions and take actions which were unimaginable a few weeks ago.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us by phone or email.
We thank you in anticipation of your co-operation.
Sending our best wishes in these difficult times,
Stephen and Karen
18th March 2020
We are all aware of the governments announcements and their attempts to minimise the spread of Corona virus. We would like to reassure you that the park is still open for you to come and enjoy your holiday home, until we receive any further guidance from the government.To keep our customers as safe as possible, we will be minimising social contact and adopting stringent hand washing procedures. Reception will currently remain closed, unless by prior appointment only. We can of course be contacted by phone or email and will happily assist if you need any help with anything. In the meantime, please follow the government guidelines if you think you may have come into contact with anyone who may have the virus.
We send our best wishes in these challenging times, keep safe everyone.
Stephen and Karen
Its that time of year again, when we all get together and celebrate the end of another great season almost coming to an end.
The food was very rich and extremely delicious, with the sea bass and the chicken being particularly popular. The staff were very friendly and the service was excellent, a lovely evening was had by all. Our thanks go to everyone who supported the evening and especially for braving the harsh weather conditions to get there!
On 14th September 2019 Fairview Trekkers Karen Morgan and David Smith took part in the challenging 13 mile trek26 BreconBeacons, raising a fantastic £968.50 for the Alzheimer’s Society. Over 900 people took part in this amazing day raising over £225,000 for this very worthy cause. Thank you so much to everyone who has donated xx
We had a fabulous evening on Saturday at the summer BBQ, despite a heavy downpour right in the middle of it. Steve’s steak burgers and Herefordshire hot dogs went down a storm, followed by delicious puddings with cream. One of our owners Mike Connor sang for us, he was absolutely brilliant and everyone enjoyed listening to so many of the old favourites. We had another surprise when Mikes Nephew Joe James Thomas played his guitar and sang for us and was joined by Mikes Niece Holly Thomas. They were fantastic, a very talented family. Thank you to them for making it a truly memorable evening and to everyone who came and supported our event, helping us to raise another £88.48 for the Alzheimer’s Society. This will be added to the impressive total of £575 already raised by Fairview Trekkers for the forthcoming trek26 over the Brecon Beacons on 14th September. Please keep your donations coming in, thank you. https://www.justgiving.com/companyteams/Fairviewtrek