Wev’e always enjoyed center parcs, one of the reasons wev’e kept going was because of the children, Its expensive but with having some with autism i always felt they’d be safer, …theres no cars allowed and if ever we had any issues the staff are lovely, wev’e often managed to get a bit of funding from the childrens charities like Mencap or Joseph roundtree trust, last year a wheelchair charity helped part fund it, so its worth asking around.
Its good because of all the wonderful pathways and you can hire bikes, Lee says he wants to hire the one with a wheelchair on the front…I’m terrified!!! Lee loves cycling when he was younger and fitter he did a lot of cycling…i’m not sure that i feel like hurtling around center parcs at 30 miles an hour stuck to the front of his bike!
I bet it will be fun going to the Jurrasic coast with your Tramper…I must admit i wish we could be a bit more adventurous than centre parcs my idea of a holiday would be exploring and going to historical places…Lee always promised that he’d take me to La Rochelle in France. that place inspired our naming of Rochelle our daughter. Lee went to La Rochelle with his cousin cycling years ago before we were married. We always wanted to travel one day…but i suppose it doesn’t matter where we go there are so many beautiful places in this country, so maybe we’ll concentrate on them when the children have grown up, must admit it all alters when you have autism in the family, there are only so man places you can cope with going to.