One of the best bits about working at Center Parcs is the beautiful surroundings. Our Head Office is just around the corner from Sherwood Forest, so I take every opportunity I get to visit the Village or to travel to one of the other four around the UK.
Author: Nick Janaway
Today’s children spend less time outside than any other generation before them. Here are our quick tips for getting back to nature on a busy schedule.
We love giving our guests the opportunity to try new activities, and Aqua Jetting is like nothing you have ever tried before. It lets you swim like a fish, dive like a dolphin and swivel like a shark. Give it a go on your next family break with us – it’s possibly the most fun you can have in the water.
Follow our cycle safety tips for family friendly fun this summer
Rosy cheeks, dark nights and bobble hats can mean only one thing: Christmas is coming. For your children, it means joy, presents, advent calendars, time off school and, of course, Santa. For us adults there can be a slightly different set of emotions surrounding the Christmas holiday, most notably stress.
‘Remember, remember, the 5th of November.’ As the autumn weather gets its feet firmly under the table, it’s impossible not to get excited at the prospect of a night with friends and family, enjoying a glass of mulled wine, watching a dazzling firework display and getting pleasantly warmed by a roaring fire.
A recent Center Parcs survey revealed that 42% of parents believed taking time out from the day-to-day with a short break has led to their child growing in confidence. Do you agree?
Packing up and heading off on a break can be a tricky affair at the best of times. You’ve got a million and one things on your mind, and that’s before you even start the car. With the October half term break fast approaching, we thought we’d remind you about five essential things to remember for your upcoming Center Parcs visit.
At this point in the year you will have probably been away over the summer, so you’ll understand where I’m coming from. The holiday blues affect everyone.
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.