David Copley, Copperdam chief executive and financial director Donna Copley
UK holiday park operator Coppergreen has made two new acquisitions which will double its portfolio.
It has bought Kenwick Park Golf Hotel and Spa and Lodge Park in Lincolnshire and a site in Clumber Park in Nottinghamshire with planning permission for a new holiday park.
Coppergreen currently owns and operates Woodland Lakes in North Yorkshire and Piperdam Golf & Leisure Resort in Scotland.
Kenwick Park, located in the Lincolnshire Wolds, has 90 lodges and a 34-room hotel and spa. The Clumber Park site is adjacent to a National Trust country park in the Dukeries near Worksop has planning permission for 129 lodges and a shop, gym, swimming pool, restaurant and reception.
Development of this new holiday park will commence immediately and will create 120 new jobs, according to the company.
Chief executive David Copley, said: “The acquisition of Kenwick Park and Clumber Park are fantastic additions to the group and fit perfectly with our mission to provide visitors with quality accommodation in some of the most beautiful settings in the UK.
“The development of both Woodland Lakes and Piperdam have resulted in increased bookings over the past two years and we’re delighted by the positive response from both new and returning visitors.”