Barmoor Castle Country Park

  • Description

    Official Website of Barmoor Castle Country Park. The Website has information about the park, caravans and lodges - and also it's story: "My father and mother, Hedley and Ann Lamb bought Barmoor Castle in 1979, as a landlocked, derelict and neglected 12 acre estate which needed an awful lot of love and care. My parents spent 11 years transforming the castle grounds from a wilderness, renovating the courtyard property and making ready to open the first area of Park in 1990. In fact, the very first family who bought a holiday home here on Cannon Lawn, are still here today and enjoying being owners in our community 27 years on. After developing Cannon Lawn, my father decided that the 20ft statutory space between pitches was not enough for people to feel mentally replenished. So the vision to create a park parallel to none was born. Palm Lawn which was the 2nd phase of park development...."
  • Owner

    Barmoor Castle Country Park
  • Source

    Local (Co-Curate)
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  • Further information

    Resource type: Text/Website
    Added by: Simon Cotterill
    Last modified: 4 years, 12 months ago
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