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Liberty’s Owl, Raptor and Reptile Centre

If you're heading to the South Coast for a few days, a great morning stop off is at Liberty's Owl, Raptor and Reptile Centre, near Ringwood. It is located just off the M27/A31 which can be easily navigated back to, to be able to continue with your journey hassle free. Birds of Prey, Reptiles and much more... I went here recently with my 4 year [...]

Liberty’s Owl, Raptor and Reptile Centre

Best of Bray in lockdown and beyond

A short walk to start with... If you fancy a stroll and a bit of time gazing out into the river, about a mile and a half from Ferndale Park, is Summerleaze Footbridge. You turn left out of the park and head across Windsor Road, down Monkey Island Lane until at the fork for Bray Lake you bear right onto a wide gravel lane. After a while, [...]

Best of Bray in lockdown and beyond

Royal Logistic Corps Museum

If you have a keen interest in the history of the British Military, then a visit to the Royal Logistic Corps Museum may be worth a trip. Our Managing Director, Michael and his friend John (a lifelong history teacher) recently visited the museum and were kind enough to share their experience with us. The museum located in Deepcut, Frimley is just a short journey from Cavendish Park. It [...]

Royal Logistic Corps Museum

South Hill Park Arts Centre

South Hill Park Arts Centre is set in the grounds of the 18th century mansion house in Bracknell. Set up as a registered charity it is home to two theatres, a dance studio, several creative spaces and a cinema . Visitors can expect a range of entertainment from big-named comedians, renowned ballet companies, in-house drama performances to the latest blockbuster releases. Just a short trip away [...]

South Hill Park Arts Centre

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

Our house is full of questions at the moment, as you can imagine. What is Father Christmas doing now? Will he definitely remember the way to our house? Can the reindeer fly all year, or is it just on Christmas Eve? What does Father Christmas think of the men who dress up as him and pretend? Does Rudolph's nose really actually glow, or is that bit of it, more [...]

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

Dorking Children’s Allotment – the project timeline

Having recently joined Greenfords, I have been developing my role and taking on some of the company's work on the social media and marketing side of the business. The first project that I've had sole responsibility for working on is the sponsorship of Dorking Children's Allotment. I love this project as it captures, in essence, what the word 'community' is all about and I can especially relate to [...]

Dorking Children’s Allotment – the project timeline

Preparation, Preparation, Preparation

Over the last few months, there's been a fair bit of excitement here, preparing to sell a couple of homes at Cavendish Park, near Camberley for the first time in years! - – Please note: only one home still available to purchase as of late August 2014 – - We had two 1995 Omar Oulton's, in very nice condition, to refurbish and redecorate, and prepare to put on [...]

Preparation, Preparation, Preparation

Pottering Around Historical Farnham, just 30 minutes from Blackbushe Park

So, today was a beautiful day. I was pretty relieved about that, because as part of our plan to build up the residents’ point of view part of the website, I had arranged to have one of our Blackbushe Park residents (and her guest) road-test a day out in Farnham. They went for a look around Farnham Castle, and then for afternoon tea at The Bush Hotel. The [...]

Pottering Around Historical Farnham, just 30 minutes from Blackbushe Park

Downsizing is…making space for spontaneous UK holidays

With all this glorious weather, I was thinking about the importance of being able to drop everything and get out there and enjoy the sunshine. Some of the advantages of living in a park home, on a smart park home estate, with a private road, are obvious. Residents benefit from the security of having neighbours close by, but enjoy the privacy of living in a completely [...]

Downsizing is…making space for spontaneous UK holidays

The Land of Lego! A great adventure with grandchildren, near Ferndale Park…

A few weeks ago, I went to Legoland with my little girl who is three and a half (and that half is very important, I’ll have you know!). I’ve always been curious about the park, with Ferndale so close by and quite a few of our residents there being grandparents. It's an absolutely fantastic place for children. I heartily recommend getting there bright and early, because we arrived for [...]

The Land of Lego! A great adventure with grandchildren, near Ferndale Park…