Holiday park aims to wow’
THE parent company of Exmouth s largest private employer, Devon Cliffs Holiday Park, has seen a bumper year with a ten per cent increase in bookings.
THE parent company of Exmouth's largest private employer, Devon Cliffs Holiday Park, has seen a bumper year with a ten per cent increase in bookings.
And Haven is using the profits towards a �40 million investment programme at its 35 holiday parks around the UK.
A spokesperson said: "It's all about the 'wow' factor. We want to provide the best possible family holiday experience.
"More and more people are choosing UK holidays and we want to make sure they love our parks as much as we do.
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"The �40 million investment will ensure that families can enjoy even better facilities and some spectacular new innovations on our parks.
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