Since our last update last week, we’ve been battening down the hatches and bracing ourselves for the heavy winds which have this week hit various parts of the UK, ourselves included. Fortunately, apart from the odd the branch here and there there has been no damage sustained. We’d like to offer our thoughts to those though who have been less fortunate than ourselves.

As a Park, Sirior Bach is set in surrounds of unspoilt Welsh countryside with rolling green hills and beautiful country trees perfect as a hideaway or retreat from the modern day stresses of life. In an attempt to further improve your experience and to take advantage of the perfect country setting we have been dedicating a lot of time preparing and researching for the park to receive a David Bellamy Conservation Award.

This is very exciting news as the park will then be recognised for supporting and promoting the local wildlife and countryside surroundings as well as being recognised for other areas such as the promotion of recycling. This is the first of some very important steps in getting Sirior Bach the most prestigious ‘Gold’ award for park conservation and wildlife support which we hope to achieve in the not to distant future.

Some other very exciting news is the new addition to the Sirior Bach family. A very happy couple who own a caravan on park have in the last couple of days welcomed the birth of their first son. We’d like to take the opportunity to congratulate them and look forward to meeting the young man on his first trip to the park within the next couple of months!

The caravan we featured in last weeks blog is still for sale. We believe its represents such value for money that we want to give people a second opportunity to grab a bargain. Here is a link to the caravan; For more information or to organise a viewing ring Kevin on 07885909947.