MP Hugo’s ribbon-cutting date marks £10m facelift
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East Devon MP Hugo Swire has been given a behind-the-scenes tour of Ladram Bay Holiday Park after a £10million redevelopment project.
Over the winter, the park, near Otterton, has seen improvements, including a newly-refurbished reception area, which Mr Swire declared officially open during a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
He was accompanied on his tour by park directors Zoe House and Robin Carter, two of the four siblings whose family has owned the park for more than 70 years.
Mr Swire said: “It was a pleasure to visit Ladram Bay once again to open their new reception and view their new facilities.
“The business continues to thrive and grow, which is good news for local employment and the wider East Devon economy.”
The MP also toured Ladram’s bright, new park shop, which puts an emphasis on locally-sourced food and drink.
Other developments for this year include improvements to Ladram’s Seaview Shack on the park’s private beach, where families can hire boats and watersports equipment - and enjoy light refreshments with views along the coast.