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Cheshire touring park opens

Posted by Freddy Morton

A new touring caravan park has been officially opened in Kingsley near Frodsham.

People with Reich caravan taps will be pleased to hear they can now stay at the £650,000 Lady Heyes Park, after Weaver Vale MP Graham Evans and his wife Cheryl cut the ribbon on the site.

He described himself as a keen camping fan and said that thanks to investment from site owner Tony Faulkner, visitors to the area can enjoy a top class park.

The Lady Heyes Touring Caravan Park, which can accommodate 85 touring caravans, offers views of the Cheshire plain, as well as being a stone's throw away from Delamere Forest and Chester City Centre.

Mr Faulkner said: "The great thing about holidaying in a touring caravan is that you are as free as a bird. You can go where you want when you want."

"I believe Lady Heyes Park will offer tourists and visitors a stunning value-for-money introduction to the delights of Cheshire," he added.