A Welsh holiday park owner has been praised for handing two holiday parks over to the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board and local NHS workers fighting the spread of Coronavirus.
Wyn Williams, who runs Pario Leisure Group, operator of the Tan Rallt Holiday Home Park and Spa in Abergele and Marine Holiday Park in Rhyl, offered all 250 beds free of charge. “It is so important for us to all help each other at this time, to ensure spirits are kept high and the NHS staff feel cared about,” Williams told Wales Online. “We are all in this together and showing love for one another is of paramount importance – now more than ever. We all need to play our part.”
“Both of our parks are just ten minutes away from Glan Clwyd Hospital and while we follow government guidelines and close our parks to the public, it seemed the obvious solution to myself, my family and all of my staff, to now offer these beds to our loyal NHS workers who are really feeling the strain.”
Expansive measures to combat the spread of Coronavirus across Wales will also see the Aneurin Bevan University Health Board open its £350m “super hospital” The Grange opened one year early.