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For thousands of people, moving to a residential park has enhanced their quality of life. Security, peace of mind, and a delightful living environment are just a few of the benefits of park home living.
Moving to a residential park can mean swapping urban life for a peaceful place in the country, and becoming part of a friendly, like-minded community. There's a big choice of park home styles and designs, and remember they are supplied fully carpeted and furnished - so that's another expense taken care of.
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The coastal county of Essex offers an ideal location for a family holiday. Popular attractions include the longest pleasure pier in the world at Southend-on-Sea and the White Tiger Valley at Colchester Zoo. An enchanting county of unspoilt sandy beaches and traditional pleasures.
Hertfordshire's historic charm and close proximity to London make it a unique and popular destination. The county is famous for its many magnificent country houses. Both classical and rock concerts at the outstanding gothic mansion of Knebworth are not to be missed.
The rural county of Bedfordshire is the smallest of the "Shires", but packs in plenty of discovery opportunities for the visitor. There are many picturesque market towns and villages to enjoy, and a number of popular attractions including Woburn Abbey and Whipsnade Zoo.
Famous not only for its Universities, Cambridgeshire offers an abundance of magnificent buildings, fine restaurants and delightful shopping boutiques. Experience punting on the River Cam or a visit to one of the many quaint villages listed in the Doomsday Book of 1086.
Romantic ruins, delightful sandy beaches and scented lavender fields give the county of Norfolk a charming ambience. The county is famous for its quaintly named villages, including Great Snoring, Horsey, Little Snoring, Toft Monks and Cley next the Sea.
An enchanting county of pretty seaside resorts and picturesque villages, Suffolk covers some 1500 miles of the East of England. Perhaps most famous for its racecourse at Newmarket, the town of Ipswich also boasts the largest collection of transport items in the UK.