Cllr Paul Berry, Tourism NI Grading Inspector John Hill, Lord Mayor Gareth Wilso and Alderman Jim Speers pictured on Friday afternoon at the launch of the new refurbished Clare Glen Caravan Park.
CLARE Glen Caravan Park was officially reopened by Lord Mayor of Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough, Alderman Gareth Wilson on Friday 16 March in the presence of elected members, John Hill from the British Graded Holiday Parks Scheme and members of the public following recent refurbishment works.
The Park had been closed during the months of January and February to carry out the refurbishment work which included upgrading the showers, painting throughout, new flooring installed in the laundry room and throughout the building and the installation of a new aluminium entrance door with mechanical number coded lock.
The Lord Mayor complimented all those involved in the refurbishment work, “It’s wonderful to be here today to reopen the Park and welcome the public back to such a beautiful setting, I applaud all those involved in modernising the amenity building and in turn enhancing the customer’s overall experience. It’s important that we continue to invest in our facilities and parks, this project was completed at a cost £10,000.”
During a recent assessment, the British Graded Holiday Parks Scheme awarded Clare Glen Caravan Park a 4 star rating, John Hill commented, “I am delighted to confirm Clare Glen Caravan Park has been awarded a 4 star rating for its overall quality assessment, the recent refurbishment has greatly contributed this.”
The Caravan Park is set within the beautiful Clare Glen on the banks of the Cusher River and is located approximately 1 mile outside Tandragee on the Markethill road. It includes twenty five touring pitches which are suitable for tents, caravans and motorhomes.
For further information please visit www.clareglen.co.uk