Lovat Parks has unveiled a £1m investment at its Golden Leas site, located on the Isle of Sheppey, featuring new outdoor play areas, a gym, and a new 11-plot development named Hummingbird.
The Bell Farm Lane site’s bar and pool area has also been refurbished, with the firm stating a new entrance, reception and sales area will be in place by the end of the month, with the old reception turned into a teenage “hang out.”
“A former skateboard park has been taken down to make way for a multi-use games area for football and basketball,” reported Kent Online. “The heated open-air pool has been given a makeover with an enlarged outside drinking and dining area with a heated patio.”
“Live entertainers set up at the “beach hut” until they are allowed back inside when lockdown restrictions are eased. The children’s play area now boasts a giant slide. The park shop has been turned into a £15,000 gym, free for caravan owners, and the clubhouse has received a revamp with a new bar and bistro area.”
Lovat purchased the 22- acre Minster site in 2018, with the latest developments put in place ahead of an expected increase in demand for domestic holidays this year.