Whether you’re a first-timer or a Center Parcs expert, knowledge is power when it comes to going away with the family. To make sure your stay is relaxing and stress-free, we’ve put together ten tips to help you get the most out of your break.
Month: August 2014
We’re proud to announce that we will be supporting the Tommy’s Baby-Friendly Awards in 2015, with the Center Parcs Super Sibling Award.
When it comes to taking time away, we all have our own ideas about what we would like to do. I personally love getting a balance of sightseeing and rest and relaxation but that isn’t right for everybody.
A star was born at Sherwood Forest four years ago as a then 8-year-old Charlotte Bardsley tried table tennis for the first time. Little did her parents know, as she batted away in the Jardin des Sports, that a new experience would turn into an award-winning passion.
It is a fact that at some point in every child’s life, they will stop looking to you – their parent – as the font of all knowledge and centre of their universe, and see you for what you really are.
In April, we revealed the winners of our Design a Bug Hotel competition, first featured in the December issue of Village Life magazine. After hundreds of entries, we chose – with the help of expert Mike Hill – 11-year-old George Terry’s design as the winner.
From welcoming premature arrivals to being on the front line, Helen Wharley tells us why, after 20 years at Longleat Forest, she still has to ‘expect the unexpected’
To celebrate Elveden Forest’s 25th birthday, here’s a guide to everything you need to know about Center Parcs’ second Village
Center Parcs’ second Village has welcomed 10 million guests since opening. It’s a very special Monday for Center Parcs Elveden Forest, as today we celebrate 25 years since the Village opened to guests for the first time.
Why is time spent outdoors and in contact with nature so important? And I ask this question as not just an employee of Center Parcs, but more importantly, a concerned parent.