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The new season at South Meadows is upon us!  Despite the recent weather, we’ve already started welcoming visitors looking to enjoy staying in North Northumberland.

Our customers have started making bookings in earnest for 2018!  Interestingly over 60% of our visitors are coming back to us for the second, third or fourth time.  We like to think that this represents the loyalty we have built up by providing a quality experience for our camping, tourer and motor home customers.  Hopefully it shows we are doing something right!

Over the winter we’ve been working hard on improvements which we’re sure our regular and new customers will appreciate.

The shower / toilet block has been completely refurbished: floors, walls and ceilings … lighting and air conditioning … shower cubicles and toilets.  We are really pleased with the result and we’re sure you will be too.

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Refurbished washroom

As a result of listening to our guests, we’ll be opening a brand new toilet / shower block to better serve other areas of the park.  There are 3 showers and toilets each for men and women, a disabled toilet and wet room with toilet, 2 family showers and a baby bath area.  This is all finished off with underfloor heating.  The work is in the final stages and the new block will be ready later in spring 2018.

As part of our efforts to improve our ‘green credentials’ we’ve also taken the opportunity to build in as many energy saving and eco friendly features as we can.

Around the park, we’ve established 23 new grass pitches, all with electric hook-up, as well as 13 new super pitches, all with electric hook-up, dedicated water supply and grey waste.

Later in the year we are going to open up 5 ‘pods’ that we have invested in.  These are often referred to as ‘glamping pods’ … not necessarily for the camping or tourer purists … but an opportunity for people to sample outdoor holidays and the joys of camping with some of the comforts of home.

 

We’ve extended and refurbished the paths in the woodland walk area.  Also for the woodland walk area we’ve taken advice on the best plants to encourage insects which in turn encourage a wide variety of bird species.

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Our objective is to make the woodland area a focal point and a place where nature is not only encouraged but celebrated.

 

 

 

 

 

As the year proceeds we’ll provide more information about the park, its facilities and how we are doing our bit for the environment.

In the meantime we are gearing up for the Easter break and look forward to seeing you soon.

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2017 is proving to be a good year for visitors at South Meadows.

Between the beginning of March and the middle of June, the numbers of our tents and tourers visitors are up by 20% on last year.  Bookings for the lodge are also up by over 10%.

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Tents and tourers at South Meadows

Clearly, the ‘staycation’ phenomenon is having some effect.  The travel marketing group, Sojern, have estimated that there has been a 23.8% increase in British holidaymakers planning stays in the UK for the summer 2017.  This was partly based on the online searches carried out at the end of 2016 and the start of 2017.

Their work also indicated that over half of these related to breaks of 3 days or less … very much in line with the concept of touring holidays.

Interestingly, reports from the caravan sales sector suggest that the market for touring caravans is very buoyant, with second hand units commanding high prices.  This demand is especially strong for the 4, 5 and 6 berth units which cater for family touring holidays.

Despite all of these statistics, we also like to think that the increase in our visitors has something to do with South Meadows … the continual improvements, the services we offer and the wonderful area where it’s based!

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Hedging and access roads

We’ve improved some of the access roads and the new hedging, recently planted, is starting to contribute to a really good-looking site.  We’ve also undertaken some wild flower planting which will hopefully bear fruit in the near future.

 

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Another new feature is the extension to our woodland walk area.  This area now extends across the Newlands Burn.

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South Meadows woodland walk

This well-established and traditional woodland offers our visitors the chance to enjoy a wide range of species of tree.  We have fine specimens of oak, ash, sycamore, birch, beech and alder along with some spruce and fir.

During the year the woodland floor provides fantastic displays of wild flowers: snowdrops, bluebells, wild orchids and others.

 

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Our woodland is also home to a local and very special resident … the red squirrel.  Extending the woodland means we have more of these delightful creatures living alongside the caravan park.

The red squirrel (sciurus vulgaris) is officially classed as ‘near threatened’ in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.  However, there are ‘population strongholds’ are Scotland, Northumberland.

The main reasons for the red squirrels’ decline are as follows:

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  • The main cause is the introduction of the grey squirrel from America.  Grey squirrels carry a disease (squirrel parapox virus) which doesn’t seem to affect their health but which can be deadly to red squirrels.
  • Also, the grey squirrels’ diet includes green acorns, the young ones.  Red squirrels can’t digest the mature acorns, so can only eat green acorns.  Thus, the greys have decimated the red squirrels’ food source.
  • Lastly, red squirrels do not breed as often when their population is under pressure.

Our three acres of well-established woodlands provide the perfect habitat for the red squirrel and we’re proud that the woodland at South Meadows is playing a part in the survival of this beautiful creature for future generations.

We always love to hear from our guests when they spot one of these local residents in the woodland.

 

 

 

 

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When it comes to food, Northumberland has some amazing suppliers.  Throughout the county there are a large number of companies … big and small … producing a wide range of food and drink, much of it based on local produce.

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You can experience these tasty treats by visiting some of the food festivals during your stay at South Meadows.  Held locally, these festivals celebrate the best of Northumberland’s food and drink and offer you the chance to taste and buy.

 

24th & 25th June – Taste of the North – Alnwick

Alnwick welcome you to A Taste of the North … the third time they have run this annual event.  After a successful two years, the event will be bigger than ever before … a celebration of local foods, crafts and entertainment in the Market Place of the historic town of Alnwick.

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This event is very much community driven and well supported by local businesses in Alnwick.  With refreshments at the event and in the cafes around the Market Place and elsewhere in Alnwick … it’s a complete day out for everyone.

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20th July – Mouth of the Tweed Festival – Berwick upon Tweed

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Berwick-upon-Tweed is England’s most northerly town with an exciting and, at times, a volatile history.  In the surrounding area of unspoiled landscapes and heritage coastline, a wide variety of food and drink are produced.

This will be celebrated in the sixth annual Mouth of the Tweed Festival of local food and drink.

Based at the historic riverside location in the town, there will be sales stalls and street food stands offering a wide range of food and drink all produced within a 16 mile radius of the town.

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The produce from the area includes crabs, lobsters and oysters, artisan breads, farmhouse cheeses and ice-cream, honey from hives set in the fields and hills on either side of the English-Scottish Border as well as local beers.

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Also in Berwick, this festival is now in its 10th year.  The festival is a must for anyone interested in great tasting food and beer.

Organised by Slow Food Berwick, and held in the magnificent surroundings of the towns 18th Century barracks, the  entrance fee to the festival also grants you access to the museums many informative exhibits.

There is something for everyone over the weekend , in addition to over 80 stalls of the finest local produce and local beers but also a selection of wine, champagne and cocktails too.  There are cookery demonstrations, information stands , an animal farm, foodie films, and live music.

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The youngsters are not left out either with activities such as sweet & savoury mug cake making and fruit kebabs especially designed for them and FREE of charge making it a great day out from South Meadows.

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Later in September 2017, there is also the Alnwick Food Festival.  The festival is centred upon the town’s historic Market Place between Fenkle Street and Bondgate Within.  We’ll give some more information about this nearer the time.

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As regular visitors to South Meadows will know, Northumberland is not short of a few castles … around 12 major ones at the last count.  Many of you will also know that there is no shortage of golf courses in the area … about 40 in all of Northumberland.

What are probably less well known are the fine country houses with their magnificent gardens which are scattered throughout the county.

Throughout the year some of these gardens are opened to the public … so … if you’ve any interest in gardens, these are the places to visit.  We’ve selected a few to tell you about.  Not only are these wonderful places to see but the proceeds of your visit go one of our amazing local charities:

HospiceCare North Northumberland is a local charity which is dedicated to providing care and support to adults, carers and families, whose lives are affected by cancer and other life limiting illnesses.

They ensure that our communities have free, flexible and ongoing access to the best possible palliative care … which is delivered at whatever stage of an individual’s illness and at a time and place of their choosing.

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There are 6 houses who are opening their gardens in support of HospiceCare and they are listed below.  Why not plan a visit to one or more of these when you’re next at South Meadows?

 

Sunday 4th June – Blagdon Hall

Seaton Burn – NE13 6DE – 1 to 5pm

Entrance: Adults £5 – Children: FREE

Dogs on leads, Classic Cars, The Bridge Singers

Tractor-Trailer Rides, Homemade Teas

Lord Ridley is kindly opening his grounds to the public with all proceeds going to HospiceCare North Northumberland.

Blagdon Estate is a family run estate which has been in the same family ownership since 1700 and retains an historical atmosphere.  The grounds and gardens are more accurately described as an arboretum with woodland walks, lake, and follies including features designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens.  There is a charming quarry garden containing unusual plants from all over the world.

 

Sunday 4th June – Hedgley Hall

Powburn – NE66 4HZ – 2 to 6pm

Entrance: Adults £5 – Children: FREE

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The Carr-Ellison Family are generously opening their delightful garden.  Hedgeley Hall dates from the 17th century and was much enlarged in the late 18th and early 20th centuries.

The garden is noted for its fine rhododendrons with some huge examples dating from the 19th century.  The Woodland Walks also have some of the oldest sequoias in the country and other plantings of exotic trees.  There are traditional herbaceous borders, a paved garden, the sunken garden and roses covering the beautiful old garden walls.

 

Sunday 11th June – Glanton Pyke

Glanton – NE66 4BB – 1 to 5pm

Entrance: Adults £5 – Children: FREE

No Dogs, Plant Stall, Homemade Teas

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Open only once during 2017, please do not miss out on this unique opportunity to visit the beautiful garden of Mr and Mrs J S R Swanson.

Join us to enjoy the magnificent location with its stunning views to the Cheviots and over the picturesque Whittingham Vale.  There has been a house at Glanton Pyke from the mid-17th century.  The present one was built in 1770 and altered and extended by the renowned Newcastle architect John Dobson in 1820.  Glanton Pyke gardens boast a huge and interesting variety of plants, trees and shrubs.  Other features as you tour the estate are the working greenhouses, maze, quarry and Italian gardens.  After enjoying the formal gardens, take a look in the dovecote and wander through the woods, paddocks and Kate’s meadow.

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Sunday 18th June – Mindrum House

Cornhill on Tweed – TD12 4QN – 2 to 5pm

Entrance: Adults £5 – Children: FREE

Dogs on leads, Plant Sale, Homemade Teas

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Proceeds of Duck Races & Teas to HospiceCare.

Mr & Mrs Tom & Miki Fairfax have generously agreed to open their “must see”  magical garden which has evolved since the mid 19th Century into a series of intimate gardens, walks and views.

A splendid combination of old fashioned roses, hardy perennials and mature shrubs, with a wildflower garden by the river and tranquil woodland walks giving wonderful views across the Bowmont Valley.  There is a large hillside rock garden with water leading to a pond and a delightful stream which is host to our annual HospiceCare Duck Race.  Sponsor a duck and watch the children have a great time catching the ducks.

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Saturday 4th July – Whitton Grange

An afternoon of Jazz and Fizz!

Whitton, Rothbury – NE65 7RL – 4 to 7pm

Ticket price of £20, which includes Fizz on arrival & afternoon tea.

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Come to Whitton Grange for an afternoon of Jazz and Fizz.  Gaze from the Gazebo, Lounge on the lawns and Muse by the meconospis. The Jazz will be hot and the Fizz very cool.

The Edwardian Garden restored by Maggie and John Monaghan over the last fifteen years is a series of interesting ‘rooms’ of curious, mainly Himalayan plants.  The house design is a blend of William and Mary married to a strong Arts and Crafts influence. Recently there has been a saintly return to the house in the shape of St Paulinus, Coquetdale’s favourite saint.  Do come and view this reincarnation.

 

Sunday 9th July – Lilburn Tower

Alnwick – NE66 4PQ – 1 to 5pm

Entrance: Adults £5 – Children: FREE

Dogs on leads, Plant Sale, Homemade Teas

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Come and see an English garden in all its glory courtesy of The Davidson Family.

Lilburn stands above the River Till and is a mixture of historical garden features and innovative modern design. Gloriously colourful, the staging is packed with tender plants and their scent fills the air. Wander along terraces of beautiful ‘Hidcote’ lavender and tumbling white rambling roses.  Discover the Victorian Conservatory, a large glasshouse with vines and the walled produce garden, still in use for growing fruit and vegetables.  Take a stroll along the picturesque woodland walk to take a look at the lovely Pond Garden.  There are 30 acres of woodland to wander in, perfect for a walk with your dog, leading past the ruins of a defensive Pele Tower and a C15th church.

 

 

Later in the year HospiceCare North Northumberland are organising their third musical festival in Bamburgh.  It’s on Friday 25th August 2017.

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Owning a holiday home at South Meadows is continuing to be very popular.  Within the current development of the park we are down to our last few available sites.

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This popularity is hardly surprising.

Owning a holiday at South Meadows has some amazing features:

  • your own ‘bolt hole’ in one of the most beautiful parts of the UK
  • our holiday homes have all the latest ‘mod cons’ and offer a true ‘home from home’
  • they are situated in a well-managed and professionally maintained caravan park, backed up by the highest levels of customer service.

Many of our holiday home clients started out by occasionally visiting South Meadows with their tourer and then took advantage of our seasonal pitches: all the benefits of a caravan holiday but without the issues of towing the caravan.  Of course, the quality of the site and the fantastic area compensated for tending to stay in the same place.

The next step was easy … trading up to a holiday home which delivers real quality living accommodation at an affordable price … and situated where you really enjoy spending your leisure time.

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One of the new holiday homes currently available is the buy soma australia.  This represents fantastic value as it is offered with full decking as well as site fees paid up until the end of February 2018.

The exciting standard features include panoramic large front windows and USB ports throughout.

The lounge has upholstered ‘L shaped’ wrap-a-round seating with a fold out, sprung double guest bed & mattress.  There is also a dining table with four ladder-back chairs.

 

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In the kitchen you’ll find wood-effect base units and wall cupboards with contrasting worktops and matching rear upstands.

There is a free standing under counter fridge,a New World cooker (4 burner hob, separate grill, large oven all with auto ignition and flame failure), a glass hob splash back, a cooker hood / extractor with light(s) and a stainless steel linen-effect sink & drainer with mixer tap.

 

 

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Both bedrooms have lift-up metal bed frames (for extra storage) with wooden laths and SoCozeee mattress, bedside shelves and wardrobe storage.

The main bathroom offers a shower cubicle with glass door, riser rail & fittings, thermostatic mixer valve, a large inset ceramic basin with pop-up waste, mixer tap and cupboard unit with splash back.

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Some of our holiday home clients have made the following comments about having their own place at South Meadows:

  • “We love this quiet family friendly site. The staff at South Meadows are very accommodating and will go out of their way to make owning a static an easy and stress free process.”
  • It gives us a weekend and holiday retreat in the most amazing surroundings.”
  • It’s reassuring to know that our holiday home is safe in our absence and the after sales service from the staff is so attentive and supportive; they’re on-site 24/7 and always seem happy to help.”

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Following a winter of improvements and regular maintenance the new season is fully underway.  Even throughout the winter we have had a steady stream of visitors wishing to get away and enjoy the magnificent Northumberland coast and countryside.

Meanwhile bookings for the new season are up on last year; this includes new and existing clients.  We take some pride in this but we’re not sitting back.  There are further plans to improve South Meadows which we’ll mention in future blogs.

As an indication that we really are doing things right, we’re pleased to announce that following a recent inspection by the AA, we’ve been awarded their highest rating … 5 Pennants!

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The AA said …

An excellent, justifiably very popular site that is ideally situated to exploit the many beauties and attractions of the nearby Northumbrian coast. The sheer quality and attention to detail across the whole site is reflected in the extremely high Quality Score that it continues to have.

It is recommended that South Meadows retains 5 Pennant and its excellent Quality Score of 93%.”

In the meantime, if you’re planning a visit you may be interested in some of events taking place over the next few weeks.

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Bamburgh Castle in early summer

On the 28th and 29th of May … the Vikings are coming to Bamburgh Castle!  Hosted by the ‘Herred of the Vikings” the event will show what life was like with a tented camp, talks and demonstrations.

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On the 29th May, Etal is holding its regular Craft Fair and Market.  Situated inside the delightful village hall in Etal there are plenty of stalls to browse and buy from.  Enjoy a chat with the friendly stall holders then call at Lavender Tearooms for a cuppa or a light lunch.  Admission and parking are both free!  Find out more at how to buy soma online

Also at Etal, on the 4th of June is the Festival of Heavy Horses.  The Festival was started back in 2013, and showcases these magnificent horses.   Visitors will also be able to see vintage farm machinery from the horse drawn through to the mechanical.

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Later in June on the 24th and 25th in Alnwick, there is a “Taste of the North” event showcasing the best of local food and drink.

However, if your requirements are more immediate we have many excellent restaurants and pubs in the area offering a wide range food and drink.  The closest are:

  • The Bistro at Sunnyhills Farm Shop (almost next door) offers breakfast and lunch daily. They also serve dinner on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings.
  • A little further into Belford is the Salmon Inn, a friendly village pub with a comfortable beer garden and great pub food served daily.
  • At the top of the village the Blue Bell Hotel will offer you a friendly drink and the Black Swan is known for its entertainment and its food.

 

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The ‘Rural Oscars’ are the definitive rural business award, showcasing the best of the UK’s rural produce, enterprise, heritage and communities.

They are awarded by the Countryside Alliance and South Meadows are very proud to have been put forward for the 2016 ‘Tourism Enterprise’ category.

We would love the high standards we have set ourselves to be recognised through this award so we would be very grateful if you would help us by giving your nomination for South Meadows.

It’s so simple to do …

Just go to buy soma in San Diego and fill in the form:

  • check the box for Tourism Enterprise
  • enter South Meadows in the next box
  • type in why you think we’re worthy of this award
  • our address goes in the next box: South Road, Belford, Northumberland
  • then our postcode: NE70 7DP
  • and finally, our telephone number: 01668 213 326
  • if you don’t want to receive emails from the Countryside Alliance or their partner organisations, click the next 2 boxes
  • then please type in your name and email address.

Don’t forget to type in the text … the two words which satisfy the ReCaptcha requirement.

It couldn’t be easier … and we are so grateful for your support.